Pupils celebrate their suc­cess

South La­nark­shire Ed­u­ca­tion Awards

Rutherglen Reformer - - Front Page - Will Hen­shaw

School pupils through­out Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang were hon­oured at the South La­nark­shire Ed­u­ca­tion Awards cer­e­mony ear­lier this month.

On June 8, nearly 300 young peo­ple from schools and nurs­eries through­out South La­nark­shire at­tended the highly pres­ti­gious Ed­u­ca­tion Awards cer­e­mony in Hamil­ton Town House to celebrate their suc­cess.

The spe­cial award cer­e­mony is an op­por­tu­nity to celebrate the achieve­ments of young peo­ple in nurs­ery, pri­mary, sec­ondary and ad­di­tional sup­port needs schools and the achieve­ments of schools over the past year. And there were plenty of win­ners from schools and nurs­eries through­out Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang.

The fol­low­ing pupils and staff were hon­oured dur­ing the awards:

Pupils Aimee Reeves and Dy­lan Smith of St Cadoc’s Pri­mary School. Aimee was hon­oured for be­ing a re­spon­si­ble citizen and role model and Dy­lan for his work in the pupil coun­cil.

Stu­dents Dennis Ge­orge and Do­minic McGee of St Bride’s Pri­mary School. Dennis was hon­oured for his char­ity work and Do­minic for achiev­ing grand master sta­tus in the Ju­nior Chess League.

Ray­mond Spence and Ni­amh Ma­cAdam of St Colum­bkille’s Pri­mary School. Ray­mond was hon­oured for be­ing a house cap­tain and school am­bas­sador and Ni­amh for her art and de­sign work.

Mon­ica Bran­nan and Kristo­pher Spencer of Ruther­glen High School. Mon­ica for her suc­cess in the South La­nark­shire Dance show­case and Kristo­pher for his work as an am­bas­sador for the school.

Robyn Munn, Lisa McMil­lan and Tif­fany Whit­ton of Cathkin High School. Robyn and Tif­fany were hon­oured for their or­gan­i­sa­tional skills in or­gan­is­ing a danceshow and Lisa in her suc­cess in at­tend­ing a univer­sity in the USA.

De­clan McDon­ald, Bro­gan Hay, Natasha Hoole and John Kelly of Trin­ity High School.

De­clan for his suc­cess with the Scot­land un­der-14 football team, Bro­gan for her suc­cess with the Scot­land un­der-17 football team, Natasha for her suc­cess with the West Re­gional Se­lect football team and John for his suc­cess in the in­ter­na­tional Chil­dren’s Games.

David Burns, Jodi Mor­gan, Meg McA­teer and Calum Mooney of Stonelaw High School.

David was part of the per­cus­sion ensem­ble that won first place in the Glas­gow Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, Jodi for be­ing a role model and re­spon­si­ble citizen, Meg for her lead­er­ship and math skills and be­ing a school am­bas­sador and Calum for his suc­cess in an en­ter­prise Math Chal­lenge.

Loch Pri­mary School were hon­oured for their suc­cess in the BBC ‘Big Big Sing Event’.

Good group De­clan McDon­ald, Bro­gan Hay, Natasha Hoole and John Kelly of Trin­ity High School with coun­cil­lor Richard Tul­let.

Smiles Robyn Munn, Lisa McMil­lan and Tif­fany Whit­ton of Cathkin high School with coun­cil­lor Richard Tul­let.

Well done Aimee Reeves and Dy­lan Smith of St Cadoc’s Pri­mary School.

Prize Loch Pri­mary School pupils with the De­pute Lord Lieu­tenant of La­nark­shire

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