Prize guys are given awards
DUNBEG Primary School’s annual end- of-session service and presentation of prizes was held in the village church on Friday June 30 and was conducted by the Rev George Cringles, who very kindly came out of retirement for the day.
Prizes were presented by Keira MacIntyre, a former pupil who had worked with at the school this session as part of Oban High School’s Pathways programme. Retiring head teacher Sine MacVicar said: ‘ We wish her all the very best as she moves on to Glasgow University in September. We are very proud of Keira.’
Citizenship Shield for Peer Support, CD of primary years, Heartstart certificates, Inspiring Purpose certificates, P7 photo, Parent Council leavers’ tokens, records of achievement: Angus Brack, Katie MacEwan, Holly Bryce, Ross MacKay, Jason Carroll, Craig Ogilvie, Tilly Clark, Charis Simpson, Rosie Dairon, Ailsa MacKichan and Beckie Jeffery.
Inspiring Purpose: P7 third place nationally – Rosie Dairon, P6 third place nationally – Ben Brack.
Inspiring Purpose, P6 certificates: Fergus Beard, Carley MacKay, Cara Duncan, Andrew MacPhail, Calum Drummond, Emma McCahey, Kaitlin Hunter, Rosie McCallum, Abbie MacCorquodale, Ellie McTaggart, Malcolm MacIntyre and Tayler Robinson.
I Cycle badges and certificates: Beckie Jeffery and Angus Brack.
Mr MacInnes Trophy for cycling proficiency: Jason Carroll.
Roots of Empathy: P3, Brooke Byars, Ethan Campbell-Black, Preston Campbell-Black, Finlay Cottier, Rosie Cuthbertson, Innes Gemmell, Isla Hausrath, Melody Hwang, Tristan Jeffery, Garry Lawson, Madison MacCormick, Innes MacKay, Ava McAuslan, Daniel Morrison, Rowan Stewart, Ewan Saunders and Mya Thomson.
James Johnstone Quaich for art: Angus Brack, Gordon MacPherson.
Memorial Shield for best beginner swimmer: Euan Sinclair.
Swimming cup: Rosie Dairon, Gordon MacPherson.
Memorial cup for clan football: Lorn – captain Ross MacKay. Sports Shield: Etive – captains Tilly Clark and Craig Ogilvie.
MacLean Family Shield for musical achievement: Rosie Dairon, Katie MacEwan and Ross MacKay (pipers).
Miss Watson Cup for gardening: Liam Duffy, Grace Lloyd and Steven MacAulay.
Jordan Family Cup for caring: Holly Bryce.
Mary Graham Cup for citizenship: Charis Simpson.
Helen Paton Cup for endeavour: Katie MacEwan.
Presentations were made by Ailsa MacKichan to ASN assistants Jennifer, Susan, Deirdre and Gael in recognition of her care over the past 10 years, to Claire Fleming on completion of her probationary year and to Keira MacIntyre with best wishes for her future career.
Sine MacVicar taught three generations of one family. She is with James MacDonald, his children Vicky and Jamie, and grandchildren Carley and Chloe.