Highlights from SASB’s Tinto Climb 2018

Many of our S6 pupils jumped at the chance to tackle challenging Tinto Hill on Sunday 2nd September in order to raise funds for Kilbryde Hospice.

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Summer of Faith in Pictures

Can you believe it? Summer is over and school is about to commence. While we were all taking a well-deserved break, events took place across the Catholic world.

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SAINT OF THE WEEK: St Louise of Marillac

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter Born: August 12th 1591 Died: March 15th 1660 Canonised: March 11th 1934 St Louise of Marillac is a true inspiration for us all throughout this Lenten […]

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SAINT OF THE WEEK: St Padre Pio

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter St Padre Pio was born as Francesco Forgione, in 1887 to a small family of farmers. He grew up in a strong, faithful environment and from […]

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The Epidemic of Loneliness in the Elderly

Eleanor Service | Editor Loneliness is an odd thing. It can sneak up on you when you least expect it. Where before there was peace, there are now crushing waves […]

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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Cheif Saturday 27th January marks the annual Holocaust Memorial Day – twenty four hours dedicated specifically to remembering the mass murder of Jewish citizens during the […]

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Saint of the week: SAINT Joseph of Cupertino

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter With several preliminary exams approaching, a little bit of stress has taken over some student’s minds. However, some last-minute revision and a little hope and prayer […]

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The Christmas Journey: A Teenager’s Perspective

Liam Gilroy | Editor We all know that Christmas means different things to different people but to me, it is and always will be a magical time. When I was […]

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The Unique Christmas Traditions Around The Globe

Faith Sindick| Reporter In Scotland we have a vast range of Christmas traditions from giving and receiving gifts, kissing under the mistletoe to believing in Santa for us then to […]

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World Kindness Day

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-in-Chief Tomorrow, the 13th November 2017, marks World Kindness Day: 24 hours devoted to carrying out acts of kindness, regardless of their size. The day’s purpose […]

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Mr Rosenberg Runs Lisbon Marathon for Mary’s Meals

Erin Seils| Reporter Mr Rosenberg took part in the Rock ‘n’ Roll EDP Lisbon Marathon to raise money for Mary’s Meals. I took the opportunity to interview him about this […]

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All Saints’ and All Souls’

Niamh McGroarty | Reporter Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-in-Chief Each year on the 1st of November, All Saint’s Day is celebrated in the Catholic Church. It is a day which […]

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Micro-Tyco: FUNDING A WAY OUT OF POVERTY

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter St Andrew’s and St Bride’s pupils yet again set out to complete the renowned challenge of Micro-Tyco with teams consisting of  first years mentored by sixth […]

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Shoe Box Appeal 2017

Erin Brady and Lisa Queen| This year, in the lead up to Christmas, the school will be taking part in the Blythswood Care Shoe Box Appeal, to help thousands of […]

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