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Pupil Daily Notices Monday th 30 October 2017
Why learn a language? S 1 Poster competition Thanks to all S 1 who entered the competition before the October holidays. The winners are…
Abbie Mac. Neil 1 B Jamie Brown 1 B Prizes will be given to our winners very soon! Katie Fraser 1 M
Handmade Poppies Pupils in the Salon have made beautiful Poppies for Armistice Day (11 th November). These are priced at only £ 2 each. Pupils will be coming around classes to sell them or you can also buy them at the Salon (next to the Art Department).
U 14 Boys Football A trial will be held to determine the school team to play against TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL (date tbc) in the Paisley and District Cup. Any S 1 and S 2 boy who would like the opportunity to be selected for the school team should attend the after school football this week and next. If you have any questions, ask Mr Duncan.
Music Trad. Group Reminder Could all S 1 who used to play Fiddle with Catriona please come to a meeting on Wednesday (1 st November) in C 011 at 1. 45 pm (Fiddles will be provided).
JINGLE BUS ELVES REQUIRED • Volunteers are needed for the Jingle Bus which this year will be running on 2 nd & 3 rd December • You must be a pupil in S 4/5/6 or a member of school staff to volunteer • There are loads of jobs that you can help with: Jingle Bus, Santa’s Grotto, Arts and Crafts, Sandwich making, tea/coffee making and many more. • This is an amazing opportunity for you to help your local community; the more volunteers we have the better the event. • For further information please contact Beth Wilson (B 6). All forms should be returned by Friday 3 rd November.
STUDY SPACE • A place to revise for your upcoming assessments • Access to computers (study purposes only) • Complete homework or catch up with class work • Support and encouragement from friendly staff PUPILS FROM ALL YEAR GROUPS ARE WELCOME Tuesday & Wednesday 1: 40 pm – 2: 05 pm Thursday & Friday 12: 30 pm – 1: 00 pm Room E 108 Pupils should not enter the room without a member of staff being present!
First Aid Full day: 9. 00 am – 3. 45 pm (Conference room) GROUP 1 – TUESDAY 31 OCTOBER 2017 Steven Kay Stuart Livingstone Cerys Mc. Cann Murray Mc. Clymont Lewis Mc. Gregor Charly Mc. Lean Michelle Mc. Millan Campbell Thompson Abbie Stone
'Embrace' West Coast Cinema in Dunoon will hold and exclusive screening of ‘Embrace’, a social impact documentary that explores the issues of body image, on Tuesday 7 th November 2017 at 7. 45 pm. The West Coast Cinema is the only outlet in Scotland to show this culturally vital film at this time. Embrace is told from the point of view of Australian motherof-three Taryn Brumfitt as she travels the world talking to experts, women in the street and well-known personalities about the increasing rate of body image issues that are seen in people of all body types. Tickets cost £ 8 and are available online at https: //tickets. demand. film/event/2140
Halloween Movie Night TONIGHT at 7 pm Get your tickets from Emily Somerville and Georgia Dineley £ 2. 50 per ticket 1 movie for 1 st to 3 rd year 1 movie for 4 th to 6 th year S 4 -6 pupils are welcome to attend the S 1 -3 movie if they prefer.
Senior Pupils wanted: 1 st Cowal Boys Brigade Volunteers are needed to help with the 1 st Cowal Boys Brigade and Girls Association which is on Wednesday evenings at DGS. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who wishes to work with children in the future and it will also look great on your CV. Any senior pupils who are interested, please speak to Kirsty Clark for more details.
Cowal Badminton Association The Junior Club has now started back. Monday nights in DGS at 5 pm.
Duke of Edinburgh Award Anyone interested in doing their Duke of Edinburgh Award should meet in room E 111 on Tuesday 31 October at 7 pm. The Award is open to anyone who is aged 14 or currently in third year approaching their 14 th birthday. There will be the opportunity to learn more about the Award and what is involved. Any current participants wanting to finish their Award or needing help or advice; together with anyone wishing to undertake their Silver Award/Expedition are also welcome.
Breakfast Club Life Skills Room (next to the new Platform) Opening times: 8. 15 – 8. 40 am This club is open to everyone, does not cost anything and you do not need to stay for the full time. Monday - Thursday there will be cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts and cereal bars. Friday there will be hot rolls (you must attend on a previous day to order your hot roll).
Star Wars Club will be running every Monday lunchtime in E 112. If you are a Star Wars fan, come along and join in! Bring your lunch with you.
e. Xp Lunch Clubs Monday Sports club in the big games hall Tuesday d-group in E 108 Wednesday MAD club in Mr Pearson's drama room Thursday Drama club in Mr Pearson's drama room Friday Girls' group in Mr Pearson's drama room
DGS Rugby Club Every Tuesday after school on the 3 G pitch. For more information see Mr Strathdee (Art Dept. )
Badminton Club The Badminton Club will run every Tuesday after school in the Games Hall.
DGS Lunch Menu to mber Reme r your e re-ord tato or p o aked P ore the B f lad be erval! Sa t d of in en SOUPS Lentil Cream of Tomato HOT MEALS Cheese/Pepperoni Pizza & Herbie Diced Potato Bites Tomato and Basil Pasta with Garlic Bread OTHER FOODS Hotdogs, Paninis, Rolls and Sandwiches Pasta King Salad Bar
MONDAY CLUBS LUNCH TIME Star Wars Club ◦ Room E 112 MAD Sports ◦ Games Hall S 4 -6 Fitness Suite AFTER SCHOOL Land Training ◦ Gym 2 Shinty ◦ 3 G Pitch
TUESDAY CLUBS LUNCH TIME Science ◦ E 209 Club AFTER SCHOOL S 1 -3 Youth Club ◦ Gym 2 Basketball Badminton S 1 -3 Rugby ◦ Games Hall Suite Fitness ◦ Games Hall ◦ 3 G Pitch