Dunbeg pupils proudly show off their prizes
DUNBEG Primary School held its annual closing service and prizegiving in Dunbeg Church on Thursday June 30, writes Sandy Neil.
The service was conducted and prizes presented by the Reverend George Cringles, who retires during the next school session, and he was thanked for his commitment and contribution to Dunbeg Primary throughout his many years as school chaplain.
National Inspire>Aspire Commonwealth Citizenship Awards were also presented to two P7 pupils: Innes Munro came third out of 20,000 participants, and Noah Hwang also reached the finals.
The leavers were also thanked for all their hard work and fun with a film called The
Class of 2016, and afterwards the pupils sang happy birthday to their head teacher, Sine MacVicar.
Citizenship Shield for Peer Support, CD of primary years, Dynamic Youth Award, Heartstart Certificate, In- spire>Aspire Commonwealth Citizenship Certificates, Parent Council Leaver’s Dictionary, P7 Photograph, Records of Achievement: Josh Brack, Noah Hwang, Mairi Inglis, Owen MacCorquodale, Emily MacIntyre, Aonghas MacKichan, Claire McCaskill, Innes Munro, Caitlin Salisbury, Rachel Sinclair, Finley Watson.
Inspire>Aspire Commonwealth Citizenship Certificates: Angus Brack, Holly Bryce, Jason Carroll, Tilly Clark, Rosie Dairon, Beckie Jeffery, Katie MacEwan, Ross MacKay, Craig Ogilvie, Charis Simpson; The James Johnstone Quaich for Art went to Claire McCaskill; The Gordon MacPherson Memorial Shield for Best Beginner Swimmer: Kaitlin Hunter; Swimming cup: Emily MacIntyre; Gordon MacPherson Memorial Cup for Clan Football: Linnhe – presented to Innes Munro and Noah Hwang; Sport Shield: Linnhe captain, Josh Brack; Inter- School Volleyball Shield: P4-7 volleyball players; MacLean Family Shield for Musical Achievement: Claire McCaskill and Innes Munro; HIMD Agnes Connelly Recorder group Shield: Dunbeg Primary Recorder group; HIMD Folk Group Shield: Dunbeg Primary Folk Group; Margaret Watson Cup for Gardening: Emily MacIntyre and Rachel Sinclair; Jordan Family Cup for Caring: Rosie Dairon; Mary Graham Cup for Citizenship, and the Helen Paton Cup for Endeavour: Mairi Inglis.
Dunbeg Primary School prize-winners kitted out in their 2016 leavers’ hoodies.