Highlights from last night's Snowball now posted on the Website Homepage. Well done to all those involved in organising the event for making it a success and many thanks to Mrs Swann for setting the scene.
A big well done to Emily and Liam, both S3, who won their heat of the Crown Office Procurator Fiscal Public Speaking competition.
They were up against a team from Glennifer High School and gave a very strong presentation on the subject, "Does ageism only affect the old?"
Both speakers for great feedback from the judges with the presiding judge saying that Liam was so persuasive she could see herself voting for him.
Thanks also to Chloe S4 who was time keeper and hostess for the evening.
We will compete in the semi final in the new year.
Our Christmas Concert will take place next Wednesday, 18th December at 7pm. Tickets available on the door £2 per adult, £1 concession. We look forward to seeing you then!
BAE systems apprenticeship event Thursday 12/12/19, 5.30pm – 8.30pm at West College Clydebank, Queens Quay.
Last night I was fortunate to be able to attend the Renfrewshire Music Service Christmas Concert which was held at Paisley Abbey. It was a fantastic evening showcasing the musical talent we have among our young people in Renfrewshire. The Renfrewshire Schools Pipe Band opened the evening and 5 of our talented pupils were involved.
Many congratulations to Emma, Charlie, Euan, Jacob and Kyle who were absolutely fantastic in their performances. It was a great start to wonderful evening and we were proud to see so many of our own talented pupils performing on this occasion.
Well done everyone.
Music Practical Prelims take place on Friday the 6th and Monday the 9th of December. Pupils involved should report 15 minutes (20 minutes for singers) before their allocated time, in order that they can warm up before entering the exam room.
Good luck to all involved!
Thanks to all the parents and carers who came to the S4 evening last night. With prelims just around the corner, it was a great chance to see where we are and what happens next. If you couldn’t make tonight, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Just a reminder, as per the school calendar, that the school is closed on Monday 2nd December for St. Andrews Day. The school will reopen on Tuesday 3rd December at 8.50 am.
Many thanks to all staff, pupils and parents from East Fulton Primary School and Linwood High School, and to all our stallholders, for making this year's joint Christmas Fayre such a success!
As the School's Social Media Manager, I am in the fortunate position to see a lot more of what goes on around the school than others, to see the commitment and dedication of our pupils in so many areas, and to see a different side to pupils than just in the classroom.
Today I want to focus on a particular group of S3 boys who have gone over and above to represent their school in sporting activities this week. I had the pleasure of driving Kyle, Matthew, Ty, Sam and Abdul, along with the rest of the team, yesterday evening to play against Clydeview Academy in the St. Mirren Cup at Gourock and tonight they are again supporting Linwood High School, along with Lyle, in the Renfrewshire Schools Volleyball tournament. Although the team lost to Clydeview, the boys gave it their all.
Well done guys, you are leading others in how to contribute to the wider life of the school.
Just a reminder that the joint Linwood High and East Fulton Primary Christmas Fayre takes place on Thursday 28th November at Linwood High from 7pm to 9pm. Entry £2.
The closing date for FREE postage and delivery for parents is fast approaching for online orders. If you have already placed an order for photographs thank you, if not or you wish to order more photographs, simply enter your image reference number and website access code (found on your original order form) at www.tempest-orders.co.uk
If you need assistance feel free to contact Tempest 01736 751555 (option 3).
Our final total for the sponsored walk is a tremendous £1316.
A huge thank you to all staff & pupils, families and friends who contributed to this amazing total.
The S6s who organised this event were very keen to donate some of the money raised to a local charity and after many long discussions, they have chosen to donate to RAMH. This is a Renfrewshire charity which helps people recover from mental ill health. The S6s thought this was a very worthwhile cause as our sponsored walk took place on World Mental Health Day.
Well done to the Under 14s Linwood High School boys' football team who defeated Castlehead High School 10-0 on Wednesday 13th November. Goal scorers for Linwood were Lewis S2 (4), Luke S2 (2), Luis S1 (2) Owen S2 (1) and Aiden S1 (1).
A well deserved victory. Well done boys.
Man of the Match: Lewis S2
Goal of the Match: Luke S2
Mr Allan & Dr Wright
New video uploaded to the Home page of the website of our Remembrance Service 2019 which took place for seniors in school on Monday. Many thanks to all pupils involved in the service and to Ross & Kian from the Media Group for covering the event.
Fri 15 Nov we will be raising money for Children in Need by donating money for wearing non-uniform. Donations will be collected during period one. There will be leg waxing (ouch), karaoke and a raffle at lunchtime, so bring some extra cash for donations - all for a great cause!
West College Scotland will be closed on Friday 29 Nov for St Andrew's day. Pupils should attend school as normal.
On Children in Need on Friday 15 Nov, our pupils will pay £1 for permission to wear their own clothes
A group of our pupils delivered a talk to teachers and support staff as part of Dyslexia Awareness Week. Teachers commented on the pupils excellent presentation skills and are looking forward to putting some of the strategies into their teaching practice. Well done! Everyone in the Pupil Support Centre is really proud!
Our S1 Parent/Carer meeting will be on the 12th November from 4pm to 6.30pm. Letters will be sent home in advance of this and pupils will be given a sheet to collect appointments.
Our Learning Together event for S1 parents and pupils will run on the 6th November from 4.30pm-6.30pm.
Due to lack of interest, the Halloween disco has now been cancelled.
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