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The of­fi­cial open­ing of St Cadoc’s Pri­mary School took place re­cently.

The school was opened by South La­nark­shire’s de­pute provost Coun­cil­lor Pam Clearie, who is also a coun­cil­lor for the area in Cam­bus­lang East.

The ex­cel­lent pre­sen­ta­tions and per­for­mances of the chil­dren was ap­pre­ci­ated by ev­ery­one who at­tended, es­pe­cially proud head teacher Ann Marie McCon­nell.

The day got off to a fly­ing start with the pipes and drums of High­land Cathe­dral play­ing, as pupils made their way into the hall. You could sense it was big day for the school and this was beau­ti­fully por­trayed in the song, This Day.

P1/P2 gave a lively ver­sion of To­gether which was then su­perbly fol­lowed up by P5 and P6 show­cas­ing their lan­guage skills in Span­ish and Man­darin. The Man­darin


A St Cadoc’s pupil on stage at the of­fi­cial open­ing

Open for busi­ness Ev­ery­one in the St Cadoc’s school com­mu­nity took part in the open­ing cer­e­mony (pic­tured right) Tal­ented Pupils demon­strated a va­ri­ety of skills at the open­ing of St Cadoc’s (be­low right) Con­grat­u­la­tions De­pute provost Pam Clearie opened the new St Cadoc’s (pic­tured be­low)

Guests St Cadoc’s head teacher Ann Marie McCon­nell, with guests in­clud­ing lo­cal coun­cil­lors Pam Clearie, Chris­tine Deanie and Wal­ter Bro­gan

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