5th September 2013

On your marks… get set… St Andrew’s

This year the St Andrew’s Hospice 6K Road Race and Fun Run will take place on Sunday 22nd September at 10.30am at Strathclyde Park.

Last year, our students and teachers who took part in the event raised over £2600 for the Hospice and our seniors are fully committed to beating that figure this year. Registration forms are available from Miss Mitchell or Mrs Lennox and there is an entry fee of £5 for pupils and £10 for staff. You can run, jog or walk so no excuses!

St Andrew’s Hospice Ambassadors

This year senior students have the opportunity to become an Ambassador for the hospice. Those interested in this very worthwhile opportunity can speak Miss Mitchell regarding the role.

School Clubs

Our very extensive programme of lunchtime and afterschool clubs continues to grow:

S2 GUITAR CLUB

The Bellshill Academy Guitar club started on Tuesday 3rd of September in Room 53 at 15.30.

S1&2 SINGING GROUP

The singing group meets every Friday in the Music Department during lunchtime.

Hairdressing Salon

The hairdressing Salon students have a shop selling hair and beauty products every Wednesday at break time and lunch. All pupils and staff are invited.

Golfing Success

Huge congratulations to our team of golfers who won the Senior School’s golf competition, sponsored by Motherwell & Wishaw Rotary club.

The boys who played at Wishaw Golf CLub on 2nd September were:

Jonathon Scott S4

Greg Edney S5

Michael Louden S5

Bailey Lindsay S5

The competition involved 6 North Lanarkshire Secondary Schools. From a team of 4, the best 3 aggregate stableford ponts scores counted. Our boys won with 103 points. (Photo: Left to right-Jonathan Scott, Michael Louden, Greg Edney, Bailey Lindsay)

Barbarians rugby starts this Wednesday

The Bellshill Barbarians rugby team started again on Wednesday 4th September and any boy in S1-4 will be welcome. No experience of the game is needed, as training will be given. A bus will depart from the front of the school at 3:30pm to take players to Dalziel Park and you will be returned to the school at 5:30-6:00pm. If you want more information please see Mr Moore in Modern Languages or Mr Davidson in The Learning Centre.

Senior Students

All senior students have the opportunity to gain a Saltire award for volunteering they may carry out in the school or in the community. Volunteering activities include, charity events, helping to organise events, taking part in sponsored event and helping out with uniformed

organisations.Students should speak to June or Yvonne in the Partnership Office for further details.