Pupil leadership roles

Interviews for School Captains will take place this Friday, with those for other leadership roles such as Head of House and Prefects taking place next week.

Pupils have been invited to submit application forms for the roles they are interested in, and will be interviewed for the posts.

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Captains and Prefects

6th year pupils are invited to apply for the posts of School Captains, House Captains and Prefects.

Copies of the job descriptions for each post and application forms can be downloaded below. Applications can be submitted electronically through the Homework e-mail (please include Mrs Donnachie’s name in the title).

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School Captains 2012-13

Our school captains for this year are Andrew Harding and Siobhan Kennedy, along with House Captains, Matthew Dunn, Debra Lennox, Louise Elliott, Conor Healy, Michael Allan, Clare-Louise Verrechia, Katie Tyrrell, Nicholas Stewart and Joseph Smith. All of them are proudly ensconsed in their braiding and have organised the committees necessary for the smooth running of 6th year life.

School and House Captains 2012-13

School and House Captains 2012-13

All 6th years are expected to play a role on one of these groups: Common Room, Clydeview Party, Year Book and Leavers Dance Committees, not forgetting the Fundraising Committee which makes everything possible.

25 6th years have also signed up for the Caritas programme and 21 have been enrolled as Eucharistic Ministers by our school chaplain Fr Frank King.

Patronal Feast Day Mass 2011

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Report by Mrs Macfadyen

Our Patronal Feast Day Mass was held last Friday, 25th March, the closest Friday to the Feast of the Annunciation dedicated to Our Lady. The mass was presided over by the Right Reverend Bishop Joseph Devine and concelebrated by Fr Reilly, Fr Garwalinski, Fr Chromy, Canon Carey, Fr McGoldrick and our own School Chaplain, Fr Frank King.

The school was delighted to welcome Mrs Anne Donaldson and Mr Robert Dalzell from North Lanarkshire Council’s Learning and Leisure Services along with elected members, Councillor Nolan, Councillor Stewart and Councillor Ross, and former members of staff including Mr John White, Mr Raymond Lunny, Mr Jim Friel, Mrs Bridie Rynn and Mr Brian McCrossan.

After the service, staff and invited guests enjoyed a lunch prepared by the school Social Committee.

An enormous list of people helped this to be a successful and uplifting event:

  • our Performing Arts Faculty and Fr King, who selected some beautiful music appropriate to the event, magnificently performed by our school band and choir
  • all of the pupils and staff involved in the performance who worked so hard at rehearsals
  • our School Captains, Christopher Costello and Paula Jane Graham, for the readings
  • the pupils who assisted in the procession and as altar servers
  • janitors, administration and technical staff who organised all those behind the scenes preparations that make the day go so smoothly
  • our photography team, Lorna, Rachael and Scott,
  • and of course, the staff and pupils of Our Lady’s High School.

Captains 2009-2010

Our new School and House Captains for the year 2009-2010 have just been announced.

School Captains

  • Rebecca Salemi
  • Colleen Walker
  • Martin Ward

House Captains –  Andrew House

  • Craig Johnstone
  • Marie McInerney
  • Christopher Mulholland

House Captains – Columba House

  • David Hamilton
  • Collette McGuire

House Captains – Margaret House

  • Katie McElhinney
  • Natalie Tierney

House Captains – Sinclair House

  • Sarah Kane
  • Christopher Tyrell

Thanks to everyone who put themselves forward for interview, and congratulations to the successful applicants.

School Captains

After a long and difficult selection process, we can say many congratulations to our new school captains, Cairan McCarroll and Nicholas Murphy. House captains will be announced in the near future.

Mrs Darroch is just a wee bit chuffed cos they’re both Margaret House pupils. (Any first year pupils who don’t know Mrs Darroch should look for a teacher with a HUGE grin on her face, rather than just the usual happy, smiley faces of OLHS staff.)