Argyll and Bute schools receive national sports award

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Published Date: 

28 Mar 2017 - 11:23

Twenty six schools across Argyll and Bute have been presented with a prestigious national sports award.

The sportscotland School Sport Award recognises innovation and achievement in delivering quality physical education, physical activity and extra-curricular sport.

It is a national initiative that is designed to encourage schools to continuously improve physical education and sport. The award also encourages sporting links between schools and their local communities.

A total of two gold awards, 17 silver and five bronze have been presented to Argyll and Bute schools.

The successful schools are as follows:

Aringour Primary, gold; Barcaldine Primary, bronze; Bowmore Primary, silver; Campbeltown Grammar, silver; Clachan Primary, bronze; Colgrain Primary, silver; Dalintober Primary, silver; Dunbeg Primary, silver; Dunoon Grammar, silver; Dunoon Primary, bronze; Kirn Primary, bronze; Lochdonhead Primary, silver; Lochgoilhead Primary, silver; Lochnell Primary, silver; Park Primary, silver; Port Ellen Primary, silver; Rothesay Primary, silver; Salen Primary, silver; St Andrew’s Primary, gold; St Columba’s Primary, silver; Strachur Primary, bronze; Strath of Appin Primary, silver; Strone Primary, silver; Tighnabruaich Primary, silver; Tobermory High, silver; Ulva Primary, silver.