Congratulations to E Hamill for being one of the finalists for the North Ayrshire Sports Award at The Provost’s Civic Pride Awards 2019. She was nominated for all the work she has done in leading and coaching sport and encouraging others to participate.
As you may or may not be aware, ‘Lush’ are collecting plastic bottle tops that are unable to go into the ‘normal’ recycling. These are recycled and upcycled as said below:-
‘Our bottle tops are melted down, pressed into board and made into useful things from wall cladding to furniture and beehives. They’ve even been used to make a play area at a refugee camp in France’
For this reason, Arran High School will be starting to collect plastic bottle tops to send to LUSH, so if you have any, please put them in to the school office.
Forthcoming Events :
Thursday 13th December – Arran High School Christmas Show – £5 per ticket – Tickets available from the school office
Monday 17th December – S1-S3 Christmas Party – £5 per ticket – Ticket price includes bus transport home, buffet, party games & dancing – Available to purchase through Parent Pay
Wednesday 19th December – S4-S6 Christmas Party – £7.50 per ticket – Ticket price includes bus transport home, hot food, party games, dancing & band – Available to purchase through Parent Pay
Tomorrow (Friday 7th December) there will be a Dress Down Day at Arran High School to raise money for Social Bite a charity which is working hard to eradicate homelessness in Scotland. There will also be a Bake Sale. All donations will go to this worthy cause.
The S1/2 Netball girls travelled to play Stewarton Ac and Kilmarnock Ac yesterday. The girls represented the school brilliantly and put in superb levels of effort , but unfortunately lost both matches.
Opposition players gave I McKelvie the Player of the Match for both games, well done