10 April 2017
It's not just us that thought our recent J6 Show - Robin and The Sherwood Hoodies - was a fantastic success.
Click here to listen to Brian Beacom, Herald Senior Features Writer, review it on Shereen Nanjiani's BBC Radio Scotland Saturday Show (scroll to 32 minutes). J6 we are so proud of you all.
28 March 2017
The Ladies Day Committee would be delighted if you were able to join them for the Fashion Show which will be held on Sunday 14 May at 1.00pm in Oran Mor.
27 March 2017
It was a big weekend for Lily Evans Haggerty (S2) who followed up all her recent athletics successes to win the U15 British School Cross Country International in Port Talbot. She was running against the UK's top junior athletes and put in a brilliant performance to win by 6 seconds. Lily is the first Scot to ever win this U15 championship.
15 March 2017
The unseen motion was 'This house believes that The State should compensate victims of crimes by repeat offenders'. Mahee M and Honor J had only one hour to prepare their opposition to this motion in the semi-final of the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament organised by the Law Society of Scotland.
06 March 2017
Huge welcome to our American friends visiting from Lancaster Country Day School in Pennsylvanial. KA pupils and teachers are enjoying hosting such a friendly group and look forward to showing off some of Scotland's most beautiful sights during the exchange visit. First though is a day in School, and LCD teacher Jill Englert is having fun teaching pupils about harnessing the brain. It is harder than it looks to build a neuron out of pipe cleaners!
28 February 2017
The Nursery Fashion Show raised an impressive £4357. Staff are now planning to purchase a woodwork bench plus much, much more. Thank you to everyone who contributed.
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27 January 2017
Congratulations to S6 pupils Mahee Mustafa and Honor Johnstone who won their 2nd round heat in the 2016/17 Donald Dewar Memorial Scottish Debating Tournament. The motion was 'this house would permit the use of performance enhancing drugs in professional sports' and Mahee and Honor were debating in favour of the motion.
128 teams from 85 schools across Scotland entered the Law Society of Scotland competition and Kelvinside Academy are now in the last 8 teams. The March semi-final will follow a different format where Mahee and Honor won't know what motion they will be asked to debate until that evening.