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‘Space Education Quality Mark’ at bronze level.
Wonderful acknowledgement of the hard work by teachers and students in Primary and Senior and clubs including the High Altitude Balloon Club and Science Club.
As Physics teacher Mr Blair said it is the “start of a journey towards excellence in this area.”
Congratulations to S5 Breadalbane Academy pupil James Mcdonald for coming first in the category ‘advanced saxophone’, at the Perform in Perth music festival. Sixteen-year-old James, who has been learning the instrument since he has in P6, beat two other young saxophonists to come away with the prize.
When asked for a quote, modest James said he just wanted to thank Mrs Waterston, an inspirational teacher. “I’m amazingly pleased”, he added.
Well done too, to James’s brother, S2 pupil Alastair Macdonald, who won second prize in the category ‘transitional clarinet’. And good luck to the Breadalbane Academy wind band who are competing in the festival on Friday March 13. We’ll be keeping our fingers crossed.
We’re trying to get details of the other winners, so watch this space.
Throughout March Breadalbane Academy is holding its annual school achievements awards. At these events, pupils are recognised for their achievements as members of the school community. All parents and carers are welcome. No need to book, just turn up on the day.
Each school house has its own award ceremony. Dates are:
- Farragon: Tuesday 3rd March, 10.50-11.20.
- Lawers: Thursday 5th March, 10.50-11.20.
- Mhor: Tuesday 10th March, 10.50-11.20.
- Schiehallion: Thursday 12th March, 10.50-11.20.
This is a great opportunity to show the pupils that their achievements as individuals matter and are recognised by the wider community, so please come along if you can.
And remember, to make sure you never miss important events in your child’s school life, regularly check the news section of the school website. You can find it here: