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Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Pupils at Fern­hill school kicked off their Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tions in their usual style.

They had a much-ac­claimed Hal­loween cake com­pe­ti­tion, be­fore turn­ing their at­ten­tion and ef­fort to the Hal­loween fancy dress pa­rade.

The grand fi­nale of their Hal­loween cel­e­bra­tions was a round of Hal­loween dis­cos and par­ties for the en­tire school cour­tesy of the PTA.

The stan­dard of en­try for the cake com­pe­ti­tion was higher than ever and the dif­fi­cult task of judg­ing the win­ning cre­ations fell to the Math depart­ment.

One of the judges com­mented: “Each year it gets more dif­fi­cult to de­cide upon a win­ner. I think this year the girls have def­i­nitely pulled of their very own Great Fern­hill Bake Off!”

The prize for the most orig­i­nal cake went to Kelsey McGhie (S6) and best dec­o­rated cake to Alexan­dra Roberts (S2).

Dur­ing the se­nior fancy dress pa­rade or­gan­ised by the Sci­ence depart­ment, the panel of judges had the im­pos­si­ble task of de­cid­ing upon a win­ning cos­tume. The en­tries ranged from a box of crayons, Google maps, 101 Dal­ma­tians, ce­real killers, cup cakes and a can of coke, to name but a few of the won­der­fully cre­ative home made cos­tumes. The even­tual win­ner was the box of crayons.

After a busy week, the pupils were treated to a round of Hal­loween par­ties cour­tesy of the PTA. The se­nior disco for the en­tire sec­ondary school was or­gan­ised by the S6 lead­er­ship team and was a huge ht with all in attendance.

The nurs­ery and pri­mary came to­gether and en­joyed danc­ing and party games, rounded off with a Hal­loween pa­rade.

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