Congratulations to Findlay Baillie on coming third in the British Schools National Modern Biathlon Championships at Crystal Palace on Saturday. Despite the freezing temperatures and strong winds, Findlay ran a superb race to be placed in his age category at this national championship.
Our pupils had some great results at this weekend’s Fife Schools’ Burns Competition held at Waid Academy. The following pupils won prizes:
S1/2 Bagpiping – 1st, Owen Stark
S1/2 Vocal – 2nd, Helen Black
S1/2 Instrumental – 2nd, Helen Black
S1/2 Recitation – 2nd, Ella McGeorge
Although not placed, ‘well done’ to Samantha Ellis who competed well in the S1/2 Vocal category.
Winners will now be going on to compete in the Scottish final in Irving this coming weekend.
Well done to Madeline Smiles (S1) who picked up a bronze medal while representing Bell Baxter at the British Schools’ Judo Championship held in Sheffield on Sunday. This is a terrific achievement by Madeline at a national judo competition.
Our school production, “Darien: The commonplace book of Murdo Macfarlane” heads to The Byre Theatre from the 13 – 15 June. The cast and crew are working really hard to be ready for their opening night.
Take a sneak peek at one of its stars, Megan Callaghan (S6), who has a stunning voice. Megan sings “Remembering” from the production.
The school is offering pupils in S4 – S6 the opportunity to undertake additional study support during the Easter holidays: please see full timetable below.
The objective of the additional study support is to help prepare pupils for their final exams and to provide them with an opportunity to revise with support from teachers. Given study support sessions are taking part in the school holiday, school uniform will not be required to be worn by pupils.
If you would like to attend any of the additional Study Support opportunities please register you interest below.
All returns must be received by the school no later than 5pm on Thursday, 21st March.
Classes will only run if enough pupils show interest in attending the session. A final programme will appear on the school website once all returns have been collated.