REVIEW: ‘Children of Icarus’ by Caighlan Smith

Daniel Ingyang In the town where they worship Icarus, everyone is taught that the gods were jealous of the angels, and so captured all of them but one who they […]

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Our trip to ReimagiNation East Kilbride

Photography from Cindy-Lou Ramsay Sophia Guidi | In recognition of their achievement in the private reading programme, 30 S2-3 pupils were nominated to attend ReimagiNation: East Kilbride, a new book […]

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: STV Political Editor Bernard Ponsonby

Political Editor of STV News, Bernard Ponsonby, sits down for a chat with The Oystercatcher after addressing the 2017 St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School Prize-giving.

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First impressions matter at our new school

Ava Barrett and Madeleine Canning  | You’ve gone from ruling the school to being the babies again; we’ve all been there, or going to be there. As you would probably […]

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What happened when we went to the Edinburgh Book Festival?

Sophie Nicholl and Emma Harris | On Thursday the 24th of August, a group of St Andrew’s and St Bride’s pupils had a wonderful day at the Edinburgh Book Festival, meeting […]

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EXCLUSIVE: First Minister Interview

  First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited St Andrew’s and St Bride’s on Monday 21st August 2017. As part of her visit, to celebrate the launch of the First Minister’s Reading […]

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World Book Day – Celebrations By The Book

St Andrew’s and St Bride’s S1 choose David Walliams in 2017 survey Thursday 2nd March | Written by Lewis James McPartlin | Class 1F2 Every year, St Andrew’s and St […]

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S2 Success Make Sense

Jamie Clayton | Later this year 2nd year pupils will be making their subject choices. There will be plenty of subjects to choose from such as: Art and Design, Design […]

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Religion: Still in the Light or Disappearing into Darkness?

Sandra Santhosh | Religion is not having a great time right now due to the pessimistic perception portrayed on it by the media about the sombre events which have happened […]

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Word Wizard Wonders

Holly Whalin | Word Wizard is a competition hosted by SCILT – Scotland’s National Centre for Languages. The organisation has put together this competition in partnership with The University of […]

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Hope for MS sufferers

Katie Hunter | Some of you may have seen the BBC1 Panorama programme on 18th of January “Can you stop my Multiple Sclerosis”.  This episode focused on a new stem […]

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Alan Rickman RIP

Erin Brady | Alan Rickman’s death has come as a shock to millions across the nation. After a short battle with pancreatic cancer, the star died on the 14th of January of […]

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BREAKING NEWS: DEBATING SUCCESS

Luke Laneres and Daniel Everett (both S6) qualified for the semi-final of the prestigious Donald Dewar Memorial Law Society competition last night. This national competition started with 128 teams and […]

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