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‘Sinclair Girnigoe’ house wins at Noss Primary


By David G Scott

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On Thursday (June 27) pupils gathered at Noss Primary School to announce the winner of the newly established house competition.

Sinclair Girnigoe was announced as the winner of the session.

The award was collected by captain, Abbie Sinclair (middle), vice-captain, Cooper Aitken (left) and junior vice-captain, Harry Miller (right). Also pictured is Active Schools coordinator, Tina Gibson who supported Noss Primary across the year and presented the award.
The award was collected by captain, Abbie Sinclair (middle), vice-captain, Cooper Aitken (left) and junior vice-captain, Harry Miller (right). Also pictured is Active Schools coordinator, Tina Gibson who supported Noss Primary across the year and presented the award.

The new house system was created in consultation with the Noss community during the previous summer term. The theme of castles in Caithness was chosen and pupils were elected in the positions of junior-vice captain, vice-captain and house captain.

Across the session, the newly-formed houses took part in house challenges, Sports Day and Olympic events and were awarded points.

The award was collected by captain, Abbie Sinclair, vice-captain, Cooper Aitken and junior vice-captain, Harry Miller. Active Schools coordinator, Tina Gibson has supported the school across the year and was on hand to present the award.

Prior to the announcement, the P7 dance leaders led pupils and staff in a whole school dance to Waka Waka by Shakira.


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