Congratulations to Lewis Young (S6) who achieved his Black Belt, Senior 1st Dan grade with Bushido Karate Association on Friday 29th November. Well done!
Congratulations to Niamh Flockhart (S6) and her senior girls football team who won 9-5 against Clydebank to get into the next round of the Scottish shield. Well done!
Congratulations to Alice Marques (S1) qualified for the world Irish dancing championships 2020. She will represent Scotland and the Osborne Academy.
Well done to Adam Scott ( S1) who became the West District Short Course Champion in the 100m fly and 200m fly events. Additionally, he placed silver in the 200m backstroke and bronze in the 100m backstroke.
Congratulations to Adam Scott (S1). This weekend at the 2019 West District Sprint and Relay Swimming Championships Adam won a Silver medal in the 11-12 yr old 50 m backstroke and also a Silver in the 50m Butterfly events. As part of the REN96 11-12yr old boys relay team, he won Gold in the 4 x 50 m Medley relay and a second Gold in the 4 x50m free relay.
Congratulations to Rhona (S1) who has been accepted into the Junior Conservatoire of Scotland after her recent successful audition in the French horn.
Well done Angelica (S2). She competed in the World Youth Athletic Games in Gothenburg, Sweden at the end of June representing her club Giffnock North AC in the U14 category. She won gold in the 60m sprint in a club record time of 7.87 seconds, she also won gold in the 200m in a PB time of 26.05 seconds.
Additionally On the 10th of August, Angelica won the Scottish National 100m title at the Scottish National Championship. She won the final in a PB time of 12.43, the fastest time in Scotland for a U15 girl this year. She is now the U15 60m and 100m National Champion.
Congratulations to Lola (S1) who has successfully auditioned for modern ballet at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland starting in September.
Congratulations to Lucy (S2), Natalya (S3) and their cheerleading team “The Jam” who won 2nd place at Scotcheer National Championships June 2019.
Congratulations to Scott McMillan (S4). Scott’s football team, Giffnock U16s, won the Scottish cup on Saturday with Scott scoring Giffnock’s first goal just before half time. Well Done!
Calum Gordon (S2) has worked as a volunteer, assisting the qualified coach, and helping youngsters to get their first try of tennis. He attends Weir Recreation Tennis Club every Saturday morning from 9-10am. He has done this for several months. He helps to keep the youngsters concentration and motivation, he is their playing partner and he helps to lay out and collect in sports equipment. Additionally, Calum runs a profitable business where he creates and sells a variety of props on ebay. Well done Calum!