Allan Nicholson was pronounced dead at the scene by Emergency Services following a crash in East Kilbride. A man has appeared in court over the death of a motorcyclist in […]
Across NHS Lanarkshire’s three acute sites, Hairmyres Hospital recorded the longest waiting times, with 37 patients waiting over 8 hours (week ending Sunday, October 7th). According to the latest figures, […]
‘Nae Pasaran’ tells the story of four Rolls-Royce workers who refused to fix Chilean dictator’s air force engines. Two BAFTA award nominations have been given to ‘Nae Pasaran’, which tells […]
Our school’s very own S6 pupil Erin McCann is shaving her head for the Little Princess Trust.
The National Museum of Rural Life are hosting ranger walks, scarecrow-making, storytelling and more this weekend. From bannock-making to straw craft sessions, there’s plenty to do at the National Museum of […]
This week our school celebrated ‘European Day of Languages’ which took place on Wednesday 26th September. Every year St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s always makes an effort to celebrate this […]
Success at this year’s S5 Health Day! Yesterday on the 25th September, St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s held their annual Health Day for S5 pupils. Days like these are held for […]
Achieving success isn’t just passing exams – it’s having the experiences to help you progress and achieve your ambitions and goals.
The centre at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church is forced to close due to lack of funding. Struggling mums are devastated after East Kilbride community food bank drop-in centre has closed. […]
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.
As a means of avoiding environmental damage, the council have decided to put a stop to the deliberate release of balloons and sky lanterns. South Lanarkshire Council have introduced a […]
St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High Schools officially opens The Claremont Room – a brand new nurture room for children to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday school life.
Following a tough application and interview process, our school’s all-important Pupil Leadership Team for 2018/19 has been appointed.
Since the beginning of the school term, our headteacher, Mrs Mullen, has organised a group of 6th year girls to effectively tackle the issue of period poverty
Sixth-year pupils venture out into the highly acclaimed Caritas Award. Read on to find out what the award involves.
Medics are nearing the breaking-point with the largest number of stress-induced sick days in NHS Lanarkshire, according to The Royal College of Nursing. In the last three years alone, staff […]
After another year of revision cards, past papers and extremely hard work, young people across the school – and Scotland – finally received their long-awaited exam results on the 7th […]
Hello and welcome to ‘The Oystercatcher’, the newspaper for St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s High School that is run by students, for students. Over the past three years it has […]