Want to help make Troon an even better place to live in, work in and visit? Please come along to the Troon Together community drop-in event on Saturday 7th September any time between 11am - 4pm. There will be an opportunity to see the community views survey results, join in workshops and visit local community stalls.
•S1-S3 are redesigning their House Crest!
•They can use the information below (click on the house names) to help with their design ideas and work with parents /carers who are Marr former pupils. Parents should expect to be quizzed this week about what house they were in and how they identified with that house.
All researched contained in the above documents are the work of Nan McFarlane.
Last week one of our pupils Callum played in the Sportability Boccia Competition at the Inverclyde centre for Sports in Largs. Whilst there he met two former pupils of Marr who are now players for the national team BocciaUK, Jamie and Scott McGowan. Callum played 4 games and won them all, coming home with a medal and an invitation to the 2018 West of Scotland Schools Boccia Competition.
Today, 25th Sept, Callum attended that competition at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow and come back with a silver medal in his category, physical disability A2. A huge well done to Callum from all at Marr for taking part and bringing back the medals.
UCAS information evening for students and parents will be held on Monday 28 August 6.30pm in the school assembly hall. This evening will explain the UCAS process with talks from Dr Speirs of Edinburgh University as well as former students who have successfully secured university places for a variety of courses. University Open days are available on the calendar within the pupils section of the UCAS page.
The school received notification this morning of the success of two of our former pupils. Jennifer Paul and Victoria Thompson (previously Benson), organised a charity ball on Saturday night, 19th August, in the Marine Hotel. They raised a fantastic £2402 for Diabetes,UK. This charity was chosen as it is has some personal significance for Victoria as she has been diabetic since she was five. They also had one of our new and talented S1 pupils, Andrew Pattison, playing the pipes for all the guests on arrival. The ball was a great success and both would like to thank all who attended and donated to this worthy cause. Marr College is very proud of these young ladies.
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