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.

Oct 292015
 

Johnstone High School Sports Leaders travelled to the ON-X where they helped to coordinate and officiate at the Boccia Games. The pupils had received specialist training during their Sports Leaders periods in PE to prepare for this event learning about the rules and procedures of the game whilst also developing their abilities to lead and deliver to groups of children with Additional Support Needs.

All the Leaders excelled in their duties and provided the young participants with a thoroughly enjoyable experience. They were highly commended for their work by both Active Schools and Disability Scotland.

Well Done to all our Sports Leaders!!!

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Feb 222013
 

Staff from Johnstone High attended the launch of the new ‘Our Town’ initiative. Our Town has been launched by the Hearld and Evening Times newspapers and will give local people a service that will keep them updated of evenys and news within the Johnstone area.  Johnstone is the only town currently involved in the initiative and as a school we will create our own ‘channel’.  Parents will be given details of how they can register and it will allow instant alerts to your smart phone, tablet or desktop of events within the school such as parents evenings, newsletter and other events.

We will be using the service within the next few weeks to look out for details of how to register – assuming you haven’t already!

Dec 172012
 

The Salvation Army collected over 300 items today for inclusion in their food parcel service.  A tremendous effort from all four houses saw the following

Iona 102 items

Mull 90 items

Skye 62 items

Arran 50 items

These will be converted to house points.  Thanks to all who contributed.

Dec 132012
 

44 girls, ranging from S1-S3 are holding a charity performance in the ‘Piazza Shopping Centre’ in Paisley on Friday 14 Deecember as part of Johnstone High School’s Junior Choir, taken by Miss Keenan. They will be fundraising for the St Vincent’s Centre. They will be singing well known Christmas songs and chart songs.

 
 

 

Dec 122012
 

Thanks to all pupils, parents and staff who have donated items for the school’s Christmas food parcel service.  There is still time to donate items and remember every items means 1 point for your house in the race for the house shield.

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