Month: March 2017

Eco Club members sponsor a tiger

Eco club held an assembly this term to encourage our pupils to think about Tigers and why we need to protect them. Following on from the assembly many interested pupils also entered a competition were they had to write a ‘Tiger Tale’ . The winners of the competition were Robin from the J1 and J2 […]

X Country Championship Results

On Saturday 11 March we hosted the annual x country championship. The championship had many local schools taking part; Aberdeen Grammar, Albyn School, Banchory Primary, Banchory and Stonehaven Athletics Club, Cults Primary, Dunnotar Primary, Montrose and District Athletics Club and St Margaret’s School for Girls. This is the seventh year that the championship organised by the […]

French Breakfast

Pupils studying French were given the opportunity to take part in our annual French Breakfast on Monday 13 March organised by Ms McIlroy. The French Breakfast event was designed to mirror a French Cafe and allow pupils to improve their French linguistic skills by ordering breakfast and talking with their teachers and peers. Some French breakfast […]

Pipe Band attend Scottish Schools Championship

Lathallan Pipe Band attended the Scottish Schools Championships in Edinburgh on Sunday 12 March.  Amongst a very strong contingent from around Scotland with over 90 schools competing, Lathallan held their ground but unfortunately weren’t placed in the Novice category.  The Freestyle section with a rendition of a tune composed by John Nevans and accompanied by […]

Success at MUN

This year we sent a full delegation of 12 pupils with Mr Fernandez and Ms Buchanan to the 3 day Model United Nations Conference at George Watson’s College in Edinburgh which hosted 540 pupils representing schools from around the world. In preparation, our pupils worked hard over the last few months to hone their debating skills […]

Boys win at Rugby 7s

Pupils travelled to Hutcheson’s Grammar School in Glasgow on Wednesday 8 March for their annual Rugby 7s event. Lathallan were the smallest school taking part and almost missed out on being invited. The U18 team relished the opportunity. They played Kelvinside in the finals and won the competition by 1 try.  

Lucy shoots her way to the top!

Lucy in S5 has been selected to be part of the Scottish Schools Shooting Team. Lucy has been taking part in target shooting as part of her Personal Development Afternoon (PDA) at School each Friday at Forfar Rifle Club. Lucy will compete against teams from England, Northern Ireland, Wales and the Isle of Man this […]