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THE High School of Glasgow Junior School class diary:
Monday - J5S visit Sci Tech in the morning. J2 are having a Toy Fayre throughout the day for J1-J3.
J6 girls will play hockey after school against Glasgow Academy (away).
Tuesday - the Senior School production “South Pacific” will take place today and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings at 7pm.
Wednesday - J3 are taking part in a Badminton Carnival at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow.
Thursday - Stephen McWhirter will perform a drum solo at assembly.
J5S visit Sci Tech on Monday morning. J2 are having a Toy Fayre throughout the day for J1-J3.
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THE High School of Glasgow class diary:
Saturday - hockey: 1st XI, 2nd XI, 3rd XI, 4th XI, 5th XI 1st year A, B, C, Transitus A, B, C & D (A); 3rd year A, B & C, 2nd year A, B & C (H) v George Watson’s College.
Rugby: 1st XV, 2nd XV, U16 XV, 1st Yr A & B, Transitus A & B (A); 3rd year A & B, 2nd year A & B, J6 A & B (A) v Hutchesons’ Grammar School, Boys’ Hockey (H) v Beaconhurst School
Sunday - the British dry ski championships take place (Hillend).
Monday - the South Pacific dress rehearsal is from 1pm to 5pm, hockey Transitus (H); J6 (A) v Glasgow Academy
Tuesday - 3rd year C (A) v Glasgow Academy at 3pm, the Senior musical production of South Pacific is in the assembly hall at 7pm.
Wednesday - the Senior musical production of South Pacific is in the assembly hall at 7pm.
Thursday - ISCO Oxbridge Interviews S4 Modern Studies visit to Parliament of Scotland, Edinburgh at 3pm, hockey 1st year C & D (A) v Glasgow Academy, the Senior musical production of South Pacific is in the assembly hall at 7pm.
Friday - ISCO Oxbridge interviews and the Senior musical production of South Pacific is in the assembly hall at 7pm.
REMEMBRANCE Day was held last Friday in the traditional way.
A service in the Gilchrist Theatre was led by Rev David Keddie who urged the pupils not just to thank the fallen for their sacrifice, but to honour those who have tried to make a better, more peaceful world by continuing their work. As always, Kelvinside pupils have spent the week selling poppies and doing their best to aid the British Legion and other organisations who help returned service personnel.
A group of 3rd year army cadets are going to Redford barracks in Edinburgh this weekend to continue their training. Activities include assault courses and team building and leadership exercises. This annual trip is always enjoyed and appreciated by the cadets as they put their skills and confidence to the test.
Rehearsals are in full swing for Thoroughly Modern Millie, and if the final show is to reflect the hard work and commitment shown by the teachers and pupils who are organising it, it should be unforgettable. Dates for the show are November 29 to December 1, and suggested donations for tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for children.
The Green and Purple groups from the Kelvinside Academy nursery had a trip to Yorkhill Hospital last week to present them with a cheque for £121. Activities including a chocolate box raffle raised the money which was presented to the hospital by nursery teacher Tracey Nugent.
Sports activities this weekend: rugby – 1st XV, S3/4, S2 A & B, S1 A & B, Senior Prep A & B and Junior 6 A & B are all playing St Aloysius College; the hockey girls are playing Hutchesons’ Grammar School.