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S3 Mock Election

As part of their Democracy Unit, Miss Donnelly’s S3 Modern Studies Class held a Mock Election.

Each group represented one of the main political parties in the UK and picked a candidate to stand for election.

The groups also created a manifesto which they handed out and campaigned for their candidate.

The pupils then took part in a vote using a ballot paper with the winner of 3D’s election being announced as Lee Bolton of the Liberal Democrats!

Well Done 3D Modern Studies!



Plague Dolls

Class 1G1 recently completed Plague Doll Posters in History highlighting the symptoms of the Plague.  The class worked very hard and produced great work!



The overall winners were Martin McGuiness and Rebecca Johnston, Carly Crooks and Joy Healy and Angel Lynch and Ulla Majore.


Well Done Everyone!

S1 Mock Election

1O1 recently took part in a Mock Election in Modern Studies.

The pupils created their own political parties with their own manifestos which included National, Local and School Policies.

The pupils also picked a party candidate to stand for election and make a speech to the other members of their class.

The class then held a vote using the First Past the Post voting system with K.A.T.A.C.A coming out on top.


Well Done 101 !!



S1 Literacies Week


All S1 pupils recently took part in their Social Subject Literacy Week where the pupils concentrated on improving their Literacy, Numeracy and Health and Well Being skills.

101 proudly display their Roman Magazines which they produced over the week.


Well Done to all classes involved!

North Lanarkshire WW1 Shellshock Project

Our S3 History classes are currently taking part in North Lanarkshire’s Shellshock project to help commemorate World War 1.

The pupils were visited this week by Dave, Gillian and Emma from Summerlee who introduced them to World War One and the idea of Shellshock.

The pupils got the chance to handle artefacts from World War One and learn about the conditions in the Trenches and the effects this had on the mental health of Soldiers during the war.



The pupils are looking forward to working with Cultural NLC over the coming weeks to create artwork commemorating the war.