You are reading the 500th article published by The Oystercatcher. Thanks for supporting us. For the first time in the history of Scottish Women’s football, the Scotland Women’s National team […]
Aidan McCall | Reporter Scottish football has had it’s fair share of highs and lows. After a recent heart-wrenching failure in world cup qualifying and insipid performance throughout UEFA qualifiers, […]
Aidan Mccall | Reporter The BritishTransplant Games were founded in 1978 by Maurice Slapack, a Polish/American Consultant Surgeon. He brought his patients and other transplants together for the first […]
Olivia Carlin | Reporter On Wednesday 4th of October around 30 pupils went to Falkirk Stadium to run at the Scottish School Road Race. Being the first race of the […]
Olivia Carlin | Reporter This week I will be reviewing the athletics club in St Andrews and St Brides, run by Luke Kirwan on a Monday after school (3 – […]
The Invictus games is an international Paralympic style, multi-sport event, created by Prince Harry of Wales, in which permanently wounded or injured ex military service men and women compete in […]
Patrick Canning | Sports, Health and Wellbeing Editor Jack Mitchell-Divers | Editor-In-Chief We sat down with Mr. Shaw, the health and wellbeing coordinator for the school, to obtain his thoughts on […]
Thomas Pettigrew | Sports Celtic put themselves into a very difficult position in their Europa League group after falling 1-2 to Molde FK of Norway on Thursday.
Ruaraidh Gilmour | It wasn’t too long ago that every Scottish football fan was rallying behind the national team after an emphatic victory over the Republic of Ireland and hard […]
Nyssa Rutherford, Chloe Haider and Rona Raju | 1F As we start off our fourth week back at school, The Oystercatcher sees clubs and activities starting back up, and […]
by Daniel Inyang 1F | On Monday 7th September Germany played Scotland at Hampden Park. The game was sensational.