Pupils celebrate their success
South Lanarkshire Education Awards
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