High School of Glasgow
THE High School of Glasgow Junior School class diary:
Monday - assembly will be led by Gordon McCracken and Rev Harris on Tuesday morning.
Tuesday - there will be an information evening for parents of pupils in Kindergarten, Junior 1 and Junior 5.
Wednesday - Animal Magic will visit the Junior 2 classes in the morning and the J3 classes in the afternoon.
Junior 5 will visit the Botanic Gardens in the morning.
There will be an information evening for parents of pupils in Junior 2, Junior 3, Junior 4 and Junior 6.
Saturday - J6 A&B Rugby-v-The Glasgow Academy (Home)
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School diary: The first term is now fully underway and pupils are enthusiastic about the year ahead.
This week Senior 4 art students enjoyed a trip to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Junior 4 pupils experienced the Viking way of life at Vikingar in Largs.
The school’s budding young stars have begun rehearsals for the Senior School production of Thoroughly Modern Millie and all orchestra and choirs practice sessions are now in place.
Sports fixtures: Tomorrow (Saturday): Rugby – 1st XV, S3/4, S1A and SPA are away to St. Columbus School and S2A and J6A and B are at home.
Hockey – 1st XI, 2nd XI, S3A, S2 A and B, S1 A and B along with SP A and B are all playing against Lomond.
The Kelvinside Academy annual barbecue will take place on Sunday and they look forward to welcoming all members of the KA family to Balgray.
There will be a variety of stalls, bouncy castle, stalls, beat the goalie, tea/coffee/home baking and so much more.
On Wednesday the Junior School parents’ welcome evening is being held - further information on this can be obtained by contacting the school.
CALLING all parents, former pupils and friends of Douglas Academy, Milngavie - it’s time to dust off your dancing shoes for a ceilidh at the school on Friday, September 9.
The school’s PTA has organised the event which is from 7.30pm until 11pm and this time it is for over 18’s only - please take your own refreshments.
Tickets are now on sale at Milngavie bookshop in the Coffee Shop-Cafe Review.
The entertainment will be supplied by ‘It’s No Reel’ ceilidh band which is made up of present and past pupils - they were a huge success at a recent ceilidh for the school’s French Exchange Week.