Congratulations to our DAS pupils who raised a magnificent £114.90 on Tuesday for Marie Curie following a sale of daffodils, cacti, boxes of Creme Eggs, chutney and cards. Well done to Ms Davies who won the chocolate Easter egg.
The junior DAS class have been looking at recycling and life cycles of plants in Science with Mrs MacLeod and it was this which influenced the group’s choice of charity – Marie Curie is represented by the daffodil.
The charity will receive a combined donation, a second sale will be held in the school on Friday by Mrs Kerr, over the next few weeks.
The S2 netball team participated in Fife Schools’ Netball tournament on Friday, 23rd February. The team had mixed results in the group stages, but gained a respectable 12 points to come 4th in their group enabling the girls to progress into the cup competition.
In a tough competition, the girls got through to the quarter-finals against St Andrews High School finally losing 4-0.
This was a valuable and very enjoyable experience for such a young team.
Mrs Barbour will now be the excursion leader for the Switzerland trip and all communication should be directed to her.
Please note, there is a meeting on Thursday, 22nd February at 12.45 pm in Room 423. It is essential that all pupils attend and bring their passports with them.
Switzerland launch presentation
The following pupils shared some success in today’s Cupar Burns Competition held at Cupar Parish Church:
Cameron McLaren (S4) – 1st Secondary Instrumental
Catherine Reid (S6) – 2nd Secondary Instrumental
Bryony Baxter (S6) – 3rd Secondary Instrumental
Daniel Staal (S3) – 1st Secondary Piping
Hannah Staal (S1) – 2nd Secondary Piping
Helen Black (S1) – 1st Secondary Singing
Rebecca Reid – Played very well but just missed out on a placing.
Congratulations to everyone on some outstanding performances, and a big ‘thank you’ to Cupar Burns Club for organising the event.
Congratulations to Erin Sinclair (S4) and Niamh Shotts (S5) who were both awarded their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award this morning by Ms K. Manders. Both girls successfully completed all 4 sections including expeditions to Glen Banvie, Rothiemurchus Estate and Loch Ordie.
Niamh and Erin have shown great commitment to achieve their awards. Niamh is now undertaking her Silver award, while Erin continues to volunteer at a local Cub Scout group.
Well done to both girls on completing their awards.