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Community Food Resource : Country Food Trust

Community Food Resource : Country Food Trust

Many thanks to Geva Blackett, our councillor for Ward 15 (Upper Deeside & Donside) and Vice Chair Marr Area Committee who has provided our community food resource, situated outside the library in our community campus, with food items from the Country Food Trust.

You can choose from : Lentil Curry, Country Curry and Venison Bolognaise.  During the Easter break you can access the food resource during campus opening hours.

Home – The Country Food Trust

 

U15 Girls Football v Inverurie Academy

U15 Girls Football v Inverurie Academy

Our under 15 girls travelled to Inverurie on Tuesday this week for a league fixture v Inverurie Academy. It was a high scoring, end to end match against a well organised and competitive Inverurie side with us losing out 9-7 in the end. The team battled really well and worked hard for each other. Jodi (S3) opened our scoring and Olivia (S2) was our goal scoring machine with 6 goals.

Winter Dances : Pre-loved Formal Wear

Winter Dances : Pre-loved Formal Wear

Winter Dances : Pre-Loved Formal Wear

The dress code for the Winter dances is ‘smart clothing with appropriate footwear’ e.g. dresses, smart trousers, kilts, shirts etc.  In order to promote sustainable living we have a small amount of pre-loved formal wear that can be borrowed, at no cost,  by any young person, these can be viewed / borrowed during lunchtime on Wednesday 6th December in C1-30 (Mrs Taylor’s room). If you are unable to make this time then please come and speak with Mrs Taylor or Mrs Munro to make alternative arrangements.

Borrowed items should be returned to Mrs Taylor or Mrs Munro by Thursday 21st December.

U15 Girls Football

U15 Girls Football

The U15 girls faced Peterhead Academy at home in the league this afternoon.  After giving away an early goal they worked hard to compete fiercely in difficult conditions. Two goals from Olivia (S2) and one from Abby (S1) brought us level and the score stayed at 3-3 for the majority of the second half, however Peterhead scored with a minute to go to make it a 4-3 win for them. The girls impressed us with their positive approach and worked effectively as a team and are making progress every game.

U15 Girls Football v Ellon

U15 Girls Football v Ellon

The team travelled to Ellon yesterday and faced a well organised and composed Ellon side.  After a difficult first half the team bounced back and worked hard to bring back the deficit, putting lots of pressure on the Ellon players and being rewarded by a goal from Leia (S1).  However three late goals by Ellon led to a comfortable win for them.  The team wore their new pink kit for the first time, this was purchased through fundraising by the players as well as a financial contribution from our parent council.

 

U15 Girls Football : Scottish Shield

U15 Girls Football : Scottish Shield

Another good performance from our U15 girls this afternoon.  In an entertaining match V Lochside in the Scottish shield we finished 7-3 winners meaning we progress through to the next stage.

Goal scorers were Abby (S1) who got two, Olivia (S2) who also scored two and Olivia (S3) with a hatrick. A huge thank you to Elanor (S2) and Amy (S1) who took a 1/2 each in goals.

The girls have made a superb start to their season and we look forward to further matches after the October break.

U15 Girls Football

U15 Girls Football

A highly competitive match v Turriff Academy finished 2-2 yesterday afternoon.  The girls worked hard and impressed us with their workrate and positive attitude, and they are shaping up to be an exciting team to watch.  Our next match is Friday 13th October v Lochside in the Scottish Shield.

 

U15 Girls Football

U15 Girls Football

Our U15 girls started their season with a competitive match v Meldrum Academy at home.  The team worked hard and our goal scorers were Olivia (S2), Abby (S1), Leia (S1) and Daisy (S1).   The team demonstrated a lot of potential, but unfortunately we were defeated this time. We are excited for our forthcoming matches next week : Monday home v Turriff in the league and Friday home v Lochside in the Scottish shield.

 

Mentors in Violence Prevention : Leadership and the Role of the Bystander

Mentors in Violence Prevention : Leadership and the Role of the Bystander

Our young people have been discussing what skills and qualities are required for a leader particularly in the role of MVP.

They will be developing and using these skills in order to educate peers in topics such as social media use, friendship interactions etc and may have to use their leadership traits to deliver sessions on topics that people find challenging or have fixed views about.

The role and responsibility of the bystander is to speak up and interrupt inappropriate statements / behaviour : the standard we walk past is the standard we accept.

 

 

 

 

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