Our Sixth Year students had their final official day at Taylor recently before returning to sit their exams. School Chaplain Fr. Martin Delaney celebrated Mass with students and staff on Thursday 28th April, marking the end of their six years of study. We are sure our young people take with them fond memories of Taylor High School. All Sixth Year students were presented with a number of mementos to commemorate their time at Taylor. This included ‘leavers hoodies’ which our Sixth Year House Captains organised for their fellow students. They also enjoyed a trip down memory lane with an excellent video presentation of their six years at Taylor which was put together by Mr. Robert Stewart, Senior Technician with his usual eye for creativity! Our Sixth Year Cohort also enjoyed a day out at Soar, Braehead organised by our Home School Partnership Officer Ian MacFarlane, and accompanied by Stage Head Ms. Jan McCrone and Principal Teacher of Pupil Support Mr. Andy Williams. Our young people enjoyed a last day out as a group, braving the aerial assault course, battling it out at Laser Quest and bowling up a storm. Now the hard work and preparation continues for students throughout the exam diet that is underway for both Fifth and Sixth Year students.
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