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THE High School of Glasgow class diary:

Saturday - sports fixtures: hockey: 1st XI (A) George Heriot’s Sevens tournament 2nd XI, 3rd XI, 1st year B & C, Transitus A & B (H); 3rd year A & B, 2nd year A & B (A) v St Columba’s School, 1st year A (A) West District S1 tournament.

Rugby: 1st XV, 2nd XV, U16 XV, 1st year A (H); 3rd year A, 2nd year A (A) v Robert Gordon’s College, 2nd year B (H) v Cathkin HS Transitus A, J6 A & B (A) v St Columba’s School.

Monday - this is the beginning of Christian Focus Week. Girls compete in the five schools’ indoor athletics competition at the Kelvin Hall, from 4.30pm

Tuesday - Trinity/Guildhall music grade exams begin. Wing Commander Brian Kennedy (RAF liaison officer) visits nd team and group photos will be taken between 9.30am and 1.30pm.

Wednesday - Trinity/Guildhall music grade exams continue. Senior girls participate in the West District hockey sevens tournament, commencing at 1.30pm and boys intermediate and senior house rugby competitions are at 3pm.

Thursday - boys athletics teams participate in the Minerva Indoor Competition at the KelvinHall, from 4.30pm and the senior orchestral concert begins at 7pm.

Friday - DofE silver award practice venture leaves for Tweed-dale (until Sunday 25).

THE High School of Glasgow Junior School class diary:

This week Junior 5s travel to York on Tuesday morning by coach, returning on Friday evening.

Thursday - assembly will be led by Adrienne Cartwright in the morning. Junior 6 will hold their Daffodil Tea in the afternoon. The same morning Kindergarten will have an Art Gallery Enterprise and in the afternoon Junior 6s have their European Lunch.

Balfron High

THIS term has been a really hectic time for the dancers at the school, they have been very busy choreographing and then perfecting dance routines to compete in the Forth Valley Dance Competition.

The school put forward six groups of female and male dancers across all year groups and their hard work showed over the two nights of competition.

In the junior competition Dynamic and Million Dollar Toes performed exceedingly well, with Million Dollar Toes coming third in the small group category.

The following evening Eruption, Swingkids, Momentus and Groovy Chicks all competed in the senior competition.

Eruption and Swingkids each took home third place trophies for the small and big group categories repectfully. Balfron High School is very proud of all pupils who took part in the Forth Valley Dance Competition.