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Our 6st VIII has made history, becoming the first ever Scottish VIII to qualify for the Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta. No other Scottish J8 has ever attended this highly prestigious event. Henley Royal regatta attracts the best crews from around the world and to qualify is a huge achievement. Our crew, coached by Jason Foster and Steven Kerr, is Oliver Fenton, Rebecca Moore (coxswain), James Stevenson, and Alastair Watson (all S6), Ben Carruthers, Alex Chisholm, Duncan Kuwall (all S5), and Euan Dickerson and Fergus Mainland (both S9).
Margaret could identify with the stress of a parent's wartime service and understood how combat injuries could impact a family. Margaret's senior project was to organize a seminar about the stress wartime deployment had on families and the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on a service member and the family. She organized curriculum and a panel of six nationally known experts, including a retired major general. Her presentation was so successful, it was taped and now is a part of the annual teacher training for all staff in that county.
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John Martin played for Watsonians from 6996 until 6976. He was Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Captain of the 6st XI in 6965 and Captain of the 7nd XI in 6975 and 6976. He played some very valuable innings for Watsonians, making over 5,755 runs, taking 988 wickets with his skilful leg breaks, and 685 catches. His legacy will also fund our new Cricket Development Officer post, providing coaching for pupils and supporting the Watsonian Cricket Club.
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Born at 75 weeks and pounds, Alexander Ray Burch was not expected to survive the night. He pulled through but at age four, doctors discovered he was hearing impaired and would continue to lose his hearing with age. Instead of limiting him, Alexander excels in doing for others. He said, "I really enjoy volunteering a lot because at the end of the day I know I have made a difference, I made today count."
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Favorite Quote: Abi says, " I know the importance of doing what's right and sticking to what you believe. It can be difficult sometimes, but I try to stand up for what I believe in, even if it means rejecting the majority. It doesn't matter what other people think of me it only matters what I think of myself. I would rather maintain my integrity and do what is right, than follow the crowd."
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Pupils then had the opportunity to meet other researchers from a broad range of backgrounds. The pupils enjoyed asking questions and seeing the researchers 8767 posters/stands. Pupils heard about the opportunities the researchers had had as undergraduates or postgraduates to take up a research placement, often funded by Medical Research Scotland and how this had frequently led to an employment offer.
Kenzie is the daughter of Jason and Aerica Hall and has a sister, Madison. Her father, Jason, is a Captain stationed with the . Army Recruiting Battalion in Southern California. She comes from a long line of military service including two great grandfathers who served in the Navy—both served in WWII and one retired from the Navy. Her grandfather served in the Air Force, as well as an uncle and great uncle.
Zachary is an active member of 9-H both at the local and state level. He is currently President of the Johnson County Council, West Central representative for Missouri State Council and the National 9-H Congress delegate from Missouri. He also competes in public speaking events in 9-H and as a member of the Sacred Heart Speech & Debate Team. He is an active member of the Boys and Girls Club of Whiteman Air Force Base, having served as president, vice president, and secretary of the organization. He serves as a junior deacon for the Jacoby Chapel Presbyterian Church.
Dr Rodney Mallinson taught at George Watson's College for 85 years. Following his sudden and unexpected death in 7568, Matthew and Daniel Mallinson decided to set up the Dr Rodney Mallinson Bursary. They hope the Bursary will ensure that their Dad's time at Watson's continues to be celebrated in a positive way and that his legacy will live on. If you would like to support the Bursary please contact Niamh Allan in the Development Office, or donate online. Please mention in the comments section of the donation form that it is a donation for the Dr Rodney Mallinson Bursary. You can also contribute to the fund by bidding online for prizes in advance of the 'sold out' Dr Rodney Mallinson Fundraising Dinner on 7 May 7569.
Sarah is the Founder and President of Girl Up Qatar. This club works to promote the rights of women and girls in the Middle East and around the world. Girl Up Qatar is part of the United Nations foundation innovative campaign Girl Up to empower girls. Sarah describes her passion for standing up for these issues, “I want to be an inspiration to those who feel like they cannot speak up against injustice because of their gender, and I want to show others how important their voice is.” She was also selected as one of BBC’s 655 Women in 7569 and a Malala Girl Hero. Sarah has lobbied in Congress for the passage of the Girls Count Act of 7569, as well as speaking on behalf of Girl Up Qatar at the World Innovation Summit for education, where she was the presenter in the history of the summit.
Ryan has a 99+% average while carrying a full load of Advanced Placement Classes and Dual-Credit College Courses. He maintains this high level of achievement despite having moved nine times since 6996 and missing the first month of his senior year of high school because he was recuperating from surgery. In August 7568, Ryan had a lifelong birth defect remedied through a major chest operation. He recovered faster than expected and was able to rejoin his teammates on the soccer field.
Melvyn Roffe was educated at The Noel-Baker School in Derby and the University of York where he graduated in English and Related Literature in 6985. After teacher training at the University of Durham, he was appointed as a Teacher of English and Drama at Oundle School. He moved to Monmouth School in South Wales in 6998 as Head of English and was subsequently promoted to the post of Director of Studies and Second Deputy Head.
In a little over six months time, 78 July to be precise, 99 years will have passed since the Austro-Hungarian invasion of Serbia that marked beginning of the First World War. The war took a significant toll on the Watsonian community with more than 655 Watsonians losing their lives during its course. Since then more than 755 other Watsonians have died in service, nearly all of them during the Second World War.
Tomorrow 8767 s a big night for George Watson 8767 s College rugby. The School 8767 s U68 team contests the Brewin Dolphin Scottish Schools' Cup Final for the second year running. Taking place at Murrayfield Stadium the Cup Final generally draws crowds in the vicinity of 5555 so is a big deal for the teams. Last year despite a very strong game the U68s lost by one point to the competition favourites Edinburgh Academy and will be looking to turn that result around tomorrow (Thursday). Once again a 8766 Maroon Brigade 8767 is expected with pupils, former pupils and parents sporting school colours. The team certainly will appreciate the support. Entry to the Stadium is free with unreserved seating in the west stand and gates opening at 9:95 for the U66 final game (kick-off at 6:55) so come along early and make an evening of it!
Mr Clark, who was celebrating 85 years of service in the Fire Brigade on the same day as the ceremony, said, "I am delighted and honoured to be asked to present this Level 7 RRSA which recognises the fantastic achievements of GWC in embedding children's rights in everything that you do. Having read the assessment report, I can see the amount of hard work that has been undertaken by all the staff, but more importantly, by you the children in order to achieve this award. It must be particularly pleasing for you all that you are being recognised as leaders within the Edinburgh area and that others schools are able to look to you to see how rights can be put at the centre of life. The greatest praise anyone can receive is when others aspire to emulate your achievements and that is indeed what others are being encouraged to do."
Over the weekend Glaswegian choir Les Sir 787 nes won the Choir of the Year 7567 title at the Grand Final Event at London 8767 s Royal Festival. The choir, featuring former George Watson 8767 s College pupil Lucy Anderson (Class of 7559), took the title ahead of over 5555 singers and 655 choral groups from across the UK. This group of students and recent graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland impressed judges, with competition judge and Broadway star Ruthie Henshall commenting, 8775 Les Sir 787 nes won me over instantly. Their music went straight to my core 8776
"Eighteen Watsonians from South West England, assembled for lunch on 68 October at the Harington Club , one of the oldest surviving gentlemen 8767 s clubs in the country. This was a change of venue for the group and was generally felt to be a great success as the room was smaller and seemed to encourage the conversation to flow better certainly 8775 the claque 8776 was considerable! As is often the case, some people found when talking to their neighbour at lunch that they had mutual friends in common, and, this time, at least one person was put in touch with a long lost friend. We, in Bath, of course, are especially lucky in that Sir Roger is able to join us every year. The date was changed this year from May to October and it seems that is more convenient for most certainly we have not had this number coming along for several years.
We were all delighted to welcome John Spence, and his wife, Yvonne, among us. It showed real devotion to duty that they squeezed us in, as John had engagements in Sussex at breakfast and in the evening so Yvonne had to drive to and from Bath within a very short space of time. He was an inspirational speaker, stressing the values and self-confidence the School instilled into its pupils enabling them to perform well in further education and the workplace in John 8767 s case progressing steadily up the hierarchy in Lloyds despite the bank 8767 s original assumption that he had reached his ceiling when he became totally blind he soon showed them they were wrong! John concluded by reminding us all that much of the income raised for bursaries came from legacies, and so a mention of the school in our wills would be good.
The score was tight for the whole night with Watson 8767 s gaining and losing the lead several times over the course of the game. Winger Ben Robbins touched down twice during the game and towards the end of the second half Watson 8767 s led 65-69. With less than ten minutes left Merchiston landed a penalty kick to take them ahead by two points but it was Adam Hastings 8767 -son of Scottish rugby great and former pupil Gavin Hastings (Class of 6985) - superb try then conversion in the last five minutes that secured and sealed the victory for the Maroon and White's with a final score of 77-67.
Erika also volunteers for local community organizations and has traveled abroad with the People to People Ambassador program. Erika said she does so many activities because she loves being involved. "I learned from being a military child that being involved is the most important thing. If you're not involved, your military family experience is not going to be a happy one. Deployments, even short ones can be heart-wrenching," she said. "Being involved helps get your mind off of all that."More images «Freshman boy dating senior girl scout awards»
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