This will provide us with an improved way of celebrating the many achievements (in school and outwith school) of our young people.
This email address is not replacing any of our usual school contact details but is an additional one specific to sharing good news stories. This will create a platform to celebrate even more pupil success through announcements, tweets and newsletters. We look forward to reading the many emails that I am sure will begin to fill up the new inbox in the coming months!
Please click on the link below to access our latest newsletter. The Spring edition has lots of information on some of the amazing exploits and achievements of the pupils. Please read through it and join us in celebrating the success of Chryston High School’s fantastic young people!
Competition Report by Dillon Coulson
Chryston High School Sports Ambassador for Swimming
“On the 2nd of November I attended the NL Swimming Championships with Mrs Walker and our swimmers. This was a real motivation for me, I felt like I was fighting for every gold as I watched each and every swimmer. It made me feel like I wanted to stick my shorts on and dive in, but unfortunately not. Our Chryston swimmers were high achievers at the competition.
- Isla McDonald had a fantastic swim coming inches close to her PB.
- Lauren Addyman won a medal in all her events getting gold in the 200m Fly, 100m fly, 400m IM and silver in her 200m IM.
- Heather Lees had 6 great swims getting gold in her 100m Free, 200m IM, 100m and 200m Breast, 100m Back, 100m Fly.
- Kerr Martin also achieved all golds in 100m and 200m Breast, 100m and 200m back, 200m IM.
- Greg Fairbairn also swam 5 exceptional races bringing home with him a silver in his 200m Back and 200m Free, 100m and 200m Breast, 200m IM
Overall it was a huge success for the school earning 17 golds and 2 silvers!”
On Monday the 29th of August Chryston High held it’s annual Sports Award Ceremony to celebrate the sporting success of our many talented pupils.
We were delighted to have Glasgow City and Scottish International football player Fiona Brown join us for the ceremony and present our young people with their awards.
Recognition was given to all pupils who had represented the school throughout the 2015-16 session in what was yet another extremely successful year.
Special congratulations go to our winners of the CHS Team of the Year Shield: S3 Netball (Captain Hannah Paton)
and our CHS Sports’ Personality of the Year: Ryan Waugh
Congratulations once again to all of our pupils and thank you for your continued hard work in supporting Chryston High to become an on going sporting success.
A full list of winners can be found here:
Click below to view a montage of our sporting exploits last session.