Cloaks of Magnificence

Primary pupils took part in the traditional Cloaks of Magnificence ceremony yesterday and cheered as the winners were announced.

The Cloaks of Magnificence ceremony, now in its fifth year, came from an idea a group of pupils had to recognise the person in each house who had earned the most Bonus Points. They suggested the pupils should win a ‘cape’.

It has grown into a fabulous ceremony where the one child from each house has his or her name embroidered onto The Cloak. It is like a trophy as all of the past winners' names are stitched onto the bottom of The Cloak where they will remain for all eternity.

Squirrel Hutchkins delivered the results in a sealed briefcase and each house's result was read out by a 6th year house captain.

Argyll's winner was Campbell Waugh.
Lochiel's winner was Samyu Kumar
Montrose's winner was David Campbell
Stuart's winner was April Macaulay.

Congratulations to all the winners.


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