U16 Cup Final Game

Just a reminder that our U16s football team will be playing in the Fife Cup Final this coming Friday, 20th April at Bayview Stadium with the match kicking off at 6:45pm.

The boys are really looking forward to playing at the home of East Fife FC against a strong Kinross HS team in what will be an outstanding occasion for everyone.

Please come along to Bayview as the team would love to see a big support at the match.

Good luck to the boys!

Directions to Bayview Stadium

Pupils’ achievements

As you know, I took up the post as Acting Rector eight weeks ago and in that time I have been getting to know our learners, staff and the wider community.  I want to thank you for your warm welcome and for your invaluable support over the last few weeks.  Last term was a very busy time with staff and learners working hard both in the classroom and beyond.  I have been very impressed by the incredible talents of our young people and wanted to share with you just a flavour of the range of successes they achieved last term: see below.

Mrs E. Smart
Rector (Acting)

Pupils’ achievements – April newsletter


Get involved in recording and interpreting Falkland’s Heritage

A one-day event will be held at Falkland’s Old Town Hall on Saturday, 21st April from 10am to encourage everyone involved -living, working, visiting or attending school – with the village to learn, see, understand and contribute to the heritage of Falkland.

The heritage of Falkland isn’t just about the buildings; it is about the memories associated with the village, and the people who live (present) and have lived (past) in the area.

If you are interested in coming along to find out more about Falkland, and to record your own bit of history, please come along and participate in the event: see below.  You can book your place by contacting Peter Burnam no later than Wednesday, 18th April.

Our Falkland: Recording and interpreting Falkland’s heritage

Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award success

A huge ‘well done’ to Finlay MacDonald (S5) and Megan Easson (S5) who were both awarded their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award by Mrs Smart this afternoon.

Megan and Finlay have spent time completing activities for their volunteering, skills and physical sections over the last two years in between exams.  A tough expedition up at Loch Ordie, Dunkeld rounded off the work Finlay and Megan have do to enable them to gain their final award.

A great achievement by both pupils.

Scouting awards

We would like to say ‘well done!’ to a number of our pupils who have received Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards (DofE) and Chief Scout Awards through local Scout Association groups.  The awards were presented by Margaret Jones (District Commissioner) and Stephen Gethins MP.

The following awards have been presented to pupils:

Tom Goldie (S6) – Gold DofE Award and Queen’s Scout Award
Ross Martin (S6) – Gold DofE Award
Finlay Taylor – Gold DofE Award
Charlotte Moffatt (S5) – Silver DofE Award
Katie Dunnett (S3) – Bronze DofE Award and Chief Scout’s Platinum Award
Aime Ritchie (S4) – Bronze DofE Award and Chief Scout’s Platinum Award
Daniel Staal (S2) – Bronze DofE Award and Chief Scout’s Platinum Award

Congratulations to Calum Soares (St Andrews HS) and Annie Lennam (St. Leonards) who also received awards on the night.

'I am being prepared for life' (Ad vitam paror)

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