Schools working together
In recent years, Trinity, Cathkin and Stonelaw High Schools became notorious for brawling, arguing and generally not having the ability to get along.
This was always seen as a worry in the community.
However, over the past few years they have been able to unite as one, functional unit and work together through pupils travelling to each different schools to attend advanced higher classes in different subject areas.
This has brought not only the schools together but also the staff and pupils as it has allowed them to easily work more as a team, meet new people, study in new environments and enjoy what they are learning.