Congratulations to our pupils who attended the Scottish FA Performance School Graduation ceremony at Hampden Park on Saturday 8th June. The Braidhurst performance school pupils were each invited onstage and awarded a certificate which recognised their achievement at completing the programme after four years at school. After the graduation ceremony the boys were interviewed on the Hampden pitch in front of a huge crowd of thousands of football fans who were there to watch the Scotland –v- Cyprus international qualifier. The pupils then took their own seat to watch the match. Well done to all our pupils on a fantastic four years.
Congratulations to S3 pupil Niamh Miller on earning her first international cap in a friendly match against the U15 Northern Ireland team.
The school are delighted to announce that applications are now open for the Girls’ and Boys’ School of Football programme.
The application can be accessed online: Click here
Applications close by the end of the school day on Friday 8th March 2019
Good luck to all applicants.
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On Thursday 24th January three fourth-year pupils, Alex Lowry, Matthew Connelly and Max Johnstone, were invited to represent their country in U16 football match, Scotland versus Australia, at the Toryglen Regional Football Centre in Glasgow. This was a fantastic achievement for each of the boys, as not only did Scotland win the match 3-2, but Max scored his first international goal as, whilst Alex was honoured to captain the side during the second half of the game. Congratulations to the three boys.
Braidhurst recently welcomed back Scottish FA and Performance School graduate Jamie Smith for a Q&A and practice session with our S1-S2 performance school pupils. Jamie was also happy to pass on excellent advice to our S2 goalkeepers after he recently made his debut for Hamilton Academicals reserve team.
On Friday 9th November, the Scottish Cup found its way to Braidhurst. Displayed in the assembly hall, and on the school’s artificial football pitch, pupils, staff and pupils of the School of Football programme, were able to have their photo taken with football’s oldest national trophy.
The U14 Girls’ football team recently competed in the Scottish Schools FA Girls Sevens (Central Region) on Thursday 11th October at Chryston High School. The team played five matches and won all of them which is a super achievement and now means that they can progress to the next round of the competition which is due to be played in November. A huge well done to all the girls involved.