The J7 class and their teacher Mrs Martin along with 4 parents (Mrs Dolin, Mrs Hicking, Mrs Kinkead and Mrs Stewart) carried out a Beach Clean at St Cyrus Nature Reserve. The class had been spurred on to do more for the environment after the recent Junior School Debate on ‘Plastic is beneficial’ where some […]
The school has recently been awarded at Silver Level by ‘The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom.’ Lathallan is 1 of only 2 schools in the whole of Scotland to hold this award. The LOtC Mark recognises learning outside the classroom across the school curriculum and the strong commitment to providing progressive and regular outside the classroom […]
Pupils in J4 have designed a special Lathallan flag which is currently in the Antarctic with Lathallan parent, Dr Christie. Dr Christie is part of the first all female expedition team to visit Antarctica. The pupils hope to invite her into class on her return to hear all about her amazing adventure and to see her […]
Dean in J6 took part in a Swimming Gala on Sunday 11 February organised by Aberdeen Amateur Swimming Club There were 12 different clubs where competing. Dean did very well and achieved Gold in freestyle, Silver in butterfly and Bronze in backstroke in his age group. Well done Dean!
Rosie, an S1 pupil will be performing at the Tivoli Theatre in Aberdeen in the upcoming production of ‘High School Musical.’ Rosie will be playing the lead role of Gabriella. Rosie in S1 was awarded a Drama Scholarship after attending the school’s Scholarship Assessment Days in January 2017. Before joining Lathallan Rosie played Dorothy in the Spotlight […]
Pupils Finlay Gibb in J7, Benjamin Crantson in S1 and Clarence Wei in S5 recently attended the Keith Hoban Memorial Chess event in Aberdeen. The pupils were delighted to have been placed with Clarence and Finlay achieving 3rd equal in the over 750 Open Event and Benjamin coming 2nd in the under 300 category! The […]
The Badgers Pre-School class went on a trip to Glenshee recently. The children were so excited at how much snow there was. They all had great fun sledging, having snowball fights and making snow angels. The children were treated to a hot chocolate at Peggy Scott’s on their way home.
On Thursday 1 February during Civilianship the whole Junior School took part in a big game of bingo, complete with proper books and dabbers, to raise money for Vuyani Safehaven in Graaf Reinet, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The afternoon was organised and run entirely by the S5 and S6 pupils who are going to South […]