Our senior pupils received a copy of the prelim timetable yesterday for all Higher and Advanced Higher Candidates. The accompanying letter and timetable can be found on our letters page by clicking here. Timetable can also be viewed below.
We welcomed representatives from the SRU and Glasgow Warriors to school yesterday for a special award ceremony. Our teams were so successful this year that they were positioned top in the Mitsubishi Motors & Youth Barbarian Conference. Below is a copy of the letter we received and images of the Captain receiving the award and the teams celebrating. We are so proud of our School of Rugby here at Marr and well done to all players, coaches, staff and pupils who supported our teams. #DrivingTheGame @Scotlandteam @MitsubishiUK
Our Christmas edition of Marr Matters should be winging its way home in school bags today. If you don't receive the newsletter fell free to view it by clicking on the image below. We have a fantastic couple of days ahead before we break for the holidays on Friday at 2.30pm, including some festive entertainment and a special assembly.
BURNS ALICHT GREAT TICKET GIVEAWAY!
To celebrate Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018 we have a limited number of FREE Burns Alicht tickets (Sat 27 Jan 2018) to give away to young people aged 8-26!
This unique sparkling tour of the birthplace of Robert Burns in Alloway features special illuminated landmarks, the burning of John Barleycorn plus new attractions and entertainment!
To apply for tickets contact email@example.com stating the name, date of birth and postcode of each applicant. Winners will be notified by email.
S1 Historians have recently been taking part in active presentations about the Battle of the Somme. As well as excellent powerpoint presentations to the class, students have been creative in selecting new and interesting ways to present their knowledge. Here is a selection of work on the Battle, including: a trench cake, a model trench, a 3D lego poster, cupcake battle, a poem from the trenches, and poppy cakes complete with fact flags.
Marr Chess Club in partnership with Troon Chess Club.
Marr College has developed strong links with Troon Chess Club – with Clive Baird from Troon Chess kindly running an annual tournament and providing the handsome trophy for the winner.
We are also delighted to secure the support of local expert Bob Reid, who is with us every Friday at Marr and is providing fantastic hints and tips to develop our young people’s skills.
Chess Club runs every Friday lunchtime in Room 118 (Science Corridor). All students are welcome – if you have never played chess before, come along and learn in a friendly, fun and supportive environment.
The parent council will meet this Wednesday 6th Dec in the meeting room at 7pm. Full details including minutes of previous meetings can be found on the parent council page.
Last week was Book Week Scotland and some of our S2 pupils joined in the celebrations. The theme this year was 'nourish' and our librarian, Miss Owens, asked pupils to share information about a book that means a lot to them, a book that has nourished them over time. Below you can read a selection of their responses, you might even get an idea for a present for Christmas! They then had some fun re-creating book titles with a food theme. Continue reading for a giggle at some of these.
Food Themed Book Titles
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