A new era at
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