St Andrew's High School

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Weekly Update: 7th – 11th October

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  • New York Trip
    • Thanks to the Social Subjects faculty for organising the trip to the USA.  The 42 S5 pupils were joined by Mr Mullen, Mr Boyle, Mrs McMahon, Ms McDonald & Mrs Lynas on their week long expedition to New York.  The group also took in Baltimore, Philadelphia & Washington DC.  Some of the trip highlights included visits to Congress, the UN General Assembly, the Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian Monument, the Philadelphia Museum of Art as well taking in the NBA game between the New York Knicks & Washington Wizards.
  • S2 Sky TV Visit
    • S2 students recently enjoyed a trip to the Sky TV studios where they learned what it takes to produce & make a live news broadcast. Students enjoyed taking on roles in front of & behind the camera. Thanks to Miss Barr for organising the trip, everyone had a great time.
  • Numeracy Across The Curriculum
    • Thanks to all parents & carers who attended the  Mathematics Information Evening this week.  All those who attended on Tuesday were given away a copy of the Numeracy Across the Curriculum booklet.  Copies were issued in class for those who could not attend.  A copy of the booklet can also be accessed here.
  • Netball Success
    • Well done to our Open & S2 Netball teams who were both victorious in their Scottish Cup matches against Bishopbriggs Academy. Players of the Match were Sophie Hamill (Open) and Leah Currie (S2). Well done to both teams, a good start made to this years fixtures so far.
  • Science Club
    • A new science club started this week for students in S1 & S2.   The club runs every Wednesday lunchtime from 12:45 – 13:15 and takes place in Lab 8.  The first week saw a series of fun and safe experiments involving explosions & fire hands.
  • S1 Basketball Challenge
    • Congratulations to Team Precision (under the guidance of S6 Sports Leader John O’Hagan), on winning the S1 Basketball Challenge. After a very tight competition the team won on a tense deciding game of ‘Killer Basketball’.  Thanks to our 5A Sports Leaders class for their involvement over the weeks in organising and running the competition.  The Sports Leaders each had a specialised role from explaining the rules, to being referees, coaches, equipment manager, time keepers, organising the competition format, scorers & encouraging each of the participants.  A great group of role models
      Well done to all students who have taken part over the last few weeks.

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