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Issue Number 04 | November 2019 Fullarton News Swimming Success! Congratulations to Lucy Grieve who came away from ScotNSC19 with 3 Scottish Junior titles, a Scottish Open title and a new British Junior record! A fantastic achievement! Dundonald Study Café The Dundonald Study Café is now open! This is a space for students in Dundonald to attend supported study – this will run until the SQA exams. Staff will be on hand for help and advice from 4.30 – 5.30pm. Thank you to Dundonald Primary School for having us! Written by Dominic Forsyth, s6 From the Colour Walk Fundraising Challenge to the Children in Need Dodgeball tournament, Fullarton House has had a busy few months and, also, a lot of success. Fullarton were successful in raising the most funds (£820) for the Crosshouse Children’s Hospital. We’re glad that all the money raised, however, was for a good cause and will be used to improve the lives of young people in the local area. Fullarton again displayed their compassion and fundraising abilities for the Annual Children in Need Day when, not only did they raise the most funds, but also the class of 6F took home 1 st place in the dodgeball tournament, dressed in their ‘80s Fitness’ get-up. We can’t wait to lead the school again in the up-coming Marr Mental Health Day on the 6 th Feb. The Art Department recently released their pupils of the Month, 30% overall of those chosen were Fullarton students. 1F: Erin Thomas, Amy Calder, Alice Davies, Isla Duffy, Hazel Lee and Rhianna McInally. 2F: Anna Lunan, Nyah Holroyd, Rhianna Dodds. 3F: Abbie Clinton, Callum Penman, Meryn McClelland. 5/6F: Sofia Burnham, Mason Penman, Tilly Press, Abbie Simpson. Well done everyone! Fullarton House also recognises the importance of celebrating individual success, for a look go to our Bulletin Board! This month’s achievements come from Amy Calder (1F), Mia Brocklebank (2F), Andrew Pattison (3F), Lewis Santangeli (4F), Emma Hainey and Katie Watson (6F) 14