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Primary Prize Giving 2019

It was a proud day for Kingarth Street pupils as they received awards at their annual Prize Giving Ceremony last week.

The annual event celebrates the end of a busy year for the primary school and the pupils received awards from senior staff.

Closing the ceremony for the very last time, Miss Macphail announced the staff and pupil leavers.

Miss Gibson then delivered a moving speech as Miss Macphail retired after 18 years at Kingarth Street.

Miss Macphail, who is also a former pupil, said: “I feel so privileged to have worked here, having attended Kingarth Street I have come full circle.

“It has been such an honour to have worked alongside wonderful staff and to watch you grow into the bright and talented young people you are today.

“You are all so lucky to have been given such a wonderful education and I know you will all go on to achieve great things.”

Rounding off the day, the P7 pupils took a bow for the last time in the school hall as they prepare to move onto secondary school at the Beaton Road campus.

Everyone then joined together to sing the Hutchie song and ended the day singing “We’re all going on our summer holidays.”

We wish all of our staff and pupils a very happy summer break!

To see photographs from the event, please click here.

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