A Macmillan Coffee Day took place at Brechin High School on September 25,
and proved to be a big
Not only did pupils and school staff get involved to support the event, community links were created with Bearehill Care Home after carers and residents showed their support too.
A total of £471.59 was raised for Macmillan, a sum which Brechin High can be very proud of.
Thanks were given to the school’s Head Team, and to those who supported the day, making it a high standard event and very enjoyable for everyone.
Next big event planned by the team is a Hallowe’en Disco.
All primary seven pupils from the cluster schools are invited to attend a Hallowe’en Disco on October 30 at the Assembly Hall from 6.30 to 9pm. A Head Team spokesperson explained: “Admission is free all you need to do is dress up and have fun.”
Current S1 students will also be able to attend this disco (tickets cost £3) in a move to make the transition process easier for the P7 next year.
The spokesperson added: “Pupils will create and bonds and friends within the school.”
Taking place for the first time event at Brechin High will be a ‘Terror Tour’, which is available for an additional 50p, and the spokesperson said: “This will be an amazing experience and the Head Team is thankful to the Parent Council who are funding the P7 dance with £200 for decor and other essential items”
There will also be an S2 to S4 dance (£5 entry) on October 27 and an S5 to S6 dance on October 30 (£7 entry).