23 May 2013: 4:40am
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SENIOR pupils studying art and design really enjoyed their visit to the Glasgow School of Art Open Day.Read
ON Saturday, October 4 campus police officer PC Brown and Ms Donoghue (acting PT guidance) accompanied a group of pupils to the Blackburn v Manchester United football match at the Blackburn football stadium.Read
THANK you, and congratulations to some of the sixth year captains who gave up a day of their October holiday.Read
A LARGE number of parents attended the parents’ night for pupils in third year.Read
DOON Academy/ Kilmarnock College’s Motor Vehicle Department has taken delivery of two quad bikes and a Vauxhall Vectra for pupils to work on to develop their motor mechanic skills.Read
nFIFTH and sixth year pupils recently attended an Old Skool Dance in the old assembly hall of Prestwick Academy.Read
THE autumn term is a busy time in Wellington School’s infant department.Read
PUPILS at Dundonald Primary have been busy collecting for Scottish International Relief.Read
DON’T lose out on your free map.Read
SAMBA style rocked Ayr beach as schoolkids took to the sand during the October holidays.Read
SCHOOLKIDS acted out their very own courtroom drama with a little help from the professionals.Read
DOON Academy's S3 pupils will be taking part in various leadership activities from Monday, October 6 to Friday, October 10.Read
HARDY pupils got on their bikes and rose to the challenge in a two mile sponsored cycle.Read
TWENTY pupils from Belmont Academy have successfully completed their Silver Duke of Edinburgh award.Read
THE Kyle Association are holding a race night in the new building at 7pm on Friday, October 3.Read
PRESTWICK Academy extend a warm welcome to former pupils and the local community to take a tour of the old buildings of the academy before the big move to the new school.Read
AS every pupil and member of staff knows, everyone is now unpacked and all systems are go in the brilliant new school.Read
YOUNGSTERS at Monkton Primary were only too happy to show their special visitor around their new school.Read
SCHOOLS could be forced to fork out up to £15,000 a year to have mail delivered.Read
A WELLINGTON schoolboy looks destined to follow in the footsteps of former pupil Nicola Benedetti with a career in the music industry.Read
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