Jun 242016
 

It’s the last one of the year folks. By next week we’ll all be on holiday.

While, we’re in the middle of activities week, there’s no need to miss out.  There’s still notices to be interested in, especially with regards to the stunning successes at recent STEM events. We have engineers amongst us. Find out who by checking out the news!.

Bulletin 17th June 2016

Jun 242016
 

It’s the final newsletter of 2016. The last year has seen many changes and there have been innumerable LaurenAndersonsuccesses. Not least, pupils from Johnstone High being chosen to have their work exhibited in the Paisley Museum and Art Exhibition.  Special congratulations go to Lauren Anderson in S3 who came first in the Paisley Art Institute competition. And these are not the only successes. Just missing  the deadline for the newsletter, Megan Cook S4, Beth McColl S5 and Lisa Thomson S6 reached the finals in Future Textile’s Dress in a Day Challenge at Dumfries House.  The competition was judged by the Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant, with prizes given by Duke & Duchess of Rothesay. Mrs Carlin, our teacher, excelled herself and led the way by winning the Teacher Challenge. So pats on the back all round, then!

Read about our other successes in our newsletter.

Summer Newsletter 2016

 

Jun 222016
 

Several pupils from J High competed as part of the Renfrewshire team at the recent West Central Schools Atheltics Championships. The event brings together the best athletes from Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and North Ayshire Councils.

Our pupils represented their region with distinction and secured many medals for the team. They should all be extremely proud to have been part of the district team, we’ll done!

Millie Spence- 1500m silver medalist

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Iris Dickie- 300m gold and Relay bronze medalist

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Struan Campbell- 1500m silver medalist

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Lewis McPherson- 100m silver and relay bronze medalist

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Mackenzi Cunningham- 100 / 200m gold and relay silver medalist

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Jun 222016
 

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‘Destiny’ the lion cub has now gone to “The Pride of Paisley” project with a full-on makeover from the Johnstone High School Art Department. The lion project will form part of the Summer Fun Campaign, the highlight of which will be 25 life-size lion sculptures, painted by local artists and schools.

 

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The lions will be located around Paisley’s heritage trail for 10 weeks during summer. At the end of the event the schools can have their mini lions returned and the artists’ life size lions will be auctioned off where all monies raised will go to the Accord Hospice and St Vincent Hospice.

 

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Paisley Museum’s very own “Buddy the Lion” has been the inspiration for this project. There will be, at some point, a trail map published where all the lions and mini lions can be found.  A big well done to 2p10 and the designer/painters: Sophie Pearce, Megan McCrory, Lydia McReavy, Millie Spence, Sam London, Aiden McHendry and Ruairi McKiernan.

Jun 162016
 

There will be a meeting for parents and pupils about the trip to Ardentinny on Monday 5th September 2016.  This will start at 7.30.  Aiden Docherty will give an overview of the activities and take any questions.  I have attached a kit list for your information.  Kit List.   Remember you can also use the Ardentinny website to find out more.  http://www.ardentinnycentre.org.uk/   In August consent forms and final information will be sent home. 

 

 

Jun 102016
 

The Tanzania World Challenge team have organised a collection with Bag 2 School as part of their fund raising for their trip to Tanzania next summer.

Bag 2 School will be coming to the school to make a collection this coming Tuesday 14 June.

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Bag 2 SchoolIf you have any old clothes, shoes, hats, bags, handbags etc.  cluttering up your wardrobes at home then why not bag them up in any old bin bag and get them into the school on Monday or Tuesday for collection?

A list of items that can be submitted can be found at the following web page – Bag 2 School.

Bags can be deposited by pupil or parent at the school reception and we’ll make sure that they make their way down to the Computing and Business Education Department for uplift.

Those old kipper ties are not coming back into fashion any time soon – let them be gone!

Jun 092016
 

Hooray!  The exams are over(ish) and and the ‘new’ Seniors are back.  The new S4 are also back from their work experience in the ‘real world’ so the school will appear much busier. Mrs Hollywood also reminds everyone about the importance of attendance. Activities week is coming up and there are notices for you read. There also also important notices from the English department.  And for the finely honed athletes makes sure you check out the PE notices.  You don’t want to miss your favourite sporting event.

 

Pupil Bulletin 3rd June

Jun 082016
 

On Tuesday 31st May the school competed at the annual athletics event for schools in Renfrewshire. Pupils were selected on their performance during curricular Athletics work and recent fitness test scores. We had a great many successes on the day and a full run down of the results is listed below:

S1 Boys

Dan Auld- Long Jump Gold and 800m Silver

Struan Campbell- Triple Jump Gold and 1500m Silver

Lewis MacPherson- 100m Silver and High Jump Silver

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S1 Girls

Iris Dickie- 400m Gold and Triple Jump Bronze

Maria MacDonald- 100m Gold

Ellie McCrory- 800m Bronze

Millie Spence- 1500m Silver

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S2 Boys

Ben Laughlin- 100m Gold

Scott Simpson- High Jump Silver

Unfortunately the ceremony ran out of time and we do not have any photos of the individual prize winners.

S2 Girls

Melissa McConnachie- High Jump Bronze

Again no photo due to ceremony being cut short.

S3 Girls

Mackenzi Cunningham- 100m and 200m Gold

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Congratulations again to all those who took part and represented their school with distinction!

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