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St Clement's P6 Donation

On behalf of the India Village Project group we would like to offer many thanks to the pupils of St Clement's  P6 class who sent us a very generous donation of £245.00.  It is a fantastic amount that was raised by selling chocolate.

India Village Project Prize Winner


The India Village Project recently held a raffle to win £100.   The winner was William Jones.

Thanks to everyone for their continued support of this project.



Phillippa recieves Cap for Scotland at Hampden

Congratulations to Philippa McCallum on receiving her Cap at Hampden on Friday evening. Well done Philippa, we are so proud of you.

SFA Players – Training Camp Thursday 13th April 2017

Congratulations to Nathan Cooney and Lewis Fraser who have been selected for the U15 National Training Camp at the Oriam Centre on Thursday 13th April 2017.


Well done

SFA Players – Middlesbrough Football Club

The following SFA Players have been invited to participate in a 9v9 Tournament with Middlesbrough FC on Thursday 20th April 2017, congratulations on your selection boys.  


Christopher Mochrie

Finn Robson

Lewis Neilson

Jaden Ferguson


Well done

Kieran Freeman Signs for Southampton FC

Kieran Freeman who was part of the SFA Performance School in St John's from 2012-2016 has signed his first professional contract for Southampton FC.  We are all very proud of Kieran and delighted at his success.

Better Place – Better Health Project 2017

Eighteen of our S2 pupils worked with Students from The University of Dundee from November 2016 to February 2017 on the Better Places – Better Health Project. This project allowed the young people to investigate and deliver their ideas on the current issue -  how do we attract and include everyone to experience the aspects of the city that are emerging, and consider a holistic approach to environmental health and wellbeing?

Our Young people created two models and presented their ideas to Allan Watt, Director of the Waterfront Project and his team.  Our young people received positive feedback from Allan and he plans to speak with them again as some of the ideas presented by the young people are similar to the Waterfront Project’s plans for the city.

Slessor Gardens Mask Exhibition

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

One of the main events of the Heart Tay Heart week will be the mask exhibition in Slessor Gardens, starting Friday 21st April at 12 noon.

More than 150 young people from St John's RC High have created masks to show the many faces of mental health and their masks will become part of the exhibition which will be open to the public.