SASB’S S5 Health Day 2018

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 […]

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Young Enterprise Club Launches

Achieving success isn’t just passing exams – it’s having the experiences to help you progress and achieve your ambitions and goals.

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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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The Claremont Room is Officially Opened

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.

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Put an End to Period Poverty – Erin’s Perspective

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

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9 Events You Possibly Missed This Summer in the UK and Scotland

Whilst we’ve been off enjoying our Summer Holidays, we may have missed many of the exciting events taking place on our doorstep. Its time to brush off the cobwebs and […]

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Exam Results for SASB Pupils Revealed

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 […]

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I Love School and So Should You!

It’s that fabulous time of the year again where you see kids scavenging every shop looking for the coolest new backpack and their teary parents looking in dismay at the […]

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Science Teacher Mrs Kerr Reacts to Death of Hawking

It has been over a week since Stephen Hawking’s tragic passing in Cambridge, England. The renowned theoretical physicist was praised for writing books such as “A Brief History Of Time” […]

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Events Planned in School to Celebrate Science Week

For those of you who don’t know, last week was British Science Week. Schools all over the UK participate in British Science Week, typically by having an emphasis on all […]

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Police Scotland Implement New Campaign: “Be Greater Than a Hater”

On Friday 16th March, Police Scotland launched a new social media campaign and will be working with schools to target younger people with the aim of increasing awareness of hate […]

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Drama Department

By Ava Barrett The Drama Department is obviously dramatic, but what is there we do not know about? Here are 7 things you didn’t know about the drama department.

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The Beef About Blazers

Harsimer Kaur Hara, Mia Clinton, Luciana Sarti and Sheridan Armour. In St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s High School, blazers are an ongoing controversial topic between students and teachers. The teachers […]

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Let Us Have a Lie-in

Erin Seils| Science and Technology Editior How many times throughout the average school day do you say, “I’m tired”? If you’re anything like me, and several of my classmates, it’s […]

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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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