TEN YEARS AGO Fri­day Novem­ber 9, 2007

Campbeltown Courier - - VIEWPOINT -

Castle­hill’s very own su­per­stars

CASTLE­HILL pri­mary school pupils have tri­umphed in the Ar­gyll and Bute Coun­cil ed­u­ca­tion awards 2007.

The win­ners of the bi­en­nial awards were an­nounced on Thurs­day last week at the head teach­ers’ con­fer­ence held at the Royal Ho­tel, Oban.

Head teacher Mrs Anne Lit­tle­son ac­cepted the award on be­half of the school.

The work that has been recog­nised as among the best in Ar­gyll and Bute was for the in­no­va­tive use of In­for­ma­tion and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Tech­nol­ogy to en­hance learn­ing and teach­ing.

This year’s Pri­mary Four pupils won the honour for their work last year when in Pri­mary Three with their ‘I Can An­i­mate Project’ when taught by Mrs Mar­i­lyn Mof­fat.

The work was fea­tured in a full page of the Courier when the chil­dren held an open day and work­shop to demon­strate their work on com­put­ers to their school­mates and par­ents.

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