A week on so­cial me­dia

Rutherglen Reformer - - Reformer View -

There were words of en­cour­age­ment for James Ai­ton Pri­mary on our so­cial me­dia pages this week af­ter we re­vealed they had been nom­i­nated for a pres­ti­gious award:

“Bril­liant news for our school. A lot of hard work has been put in by the head teacher and staff.“- -Elsa Mor­ton

“My girl has been se­lected to at­tend this with a P7. She is chuffed.”- Danielle D’Arcy

“Mas­sive con­grat­u­la­tions to head teacher Kerry McGhee, pupils and staff on your fab­u­lous achieve­ment.” - CM Carmichael

“Well done to all the staff and pupils. I’ve heard how hard you are work­ing and en­joy­ing this project.” Mary­jane Shaw

Peo­ple were also quick to re­act to our story about a break-in at Cathkin Pri­mary.

“Peo­ple like that should be strung up. Why a pri­mary school? Also, it should mat­ter what your age is when you know what you are do­ing.” - Alas­dair Wood

“The school I work in has been van­dalised and set on fire. Mind­less.”- Claire Far­rell

“Dis­grace­ful, I hope they get them, but it will be the usual a slap on the wrist.” Mar­garet Brown

“Park View a few weeks ago too. Why do these peo­ple tar­get schools”- Bar­bara Anne, Den­nis­toun

Fi­nally, there was sup­port for our story about res­i­dents in Cam­bus­lang hav­ing to pay more for bus tick­ets than res­i­dents in other parts of South La­nark­shire.

“It’s not just the whole fare sys­tem, it’s the bus com­pany that’s a joke. It’s about time the Scot­tish Govern­ment looked into this com­pany and maybe give some more routes to other com­pa­nies.” -Wil­liam Bell

“To­tally agree Wil­liam, I’ve never met so many abu­sive driv­ers in all my days. They are a dis­grace. We are not all nasty to the driv­ers. I’ve seen el­derly peo­ple be­ing spo­ken to like rub­bish.”- Miranda

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