Carlogie Primary School celebrated the hard work and achievements of its pupils at its annual prize-giving last week.
On Wednesday pupils were awarded for their efforts in academic, artistic, civic and sporting achievements.
Trophy winners were: Iles Trophy for P6 handwriting – Jake Strachan, 6b; Blease Cup for P6 art – Kirsten Allardyce, 6a; Ross Cup for science – Callum Lang, 7a; Scottish Country Dance Cup – Alistair Rice, 7b; Soutar Plaque for London and Dalguise diary writing – Abbey Cargill, 7b; Lucy Harris, 7b; Kate Samson, 7b; Photographic competition – Dougie Hill, 7b; Smart Trophy – Jamie Winterton, 7b; Davison Cup – Aiden Edwards, 7b; Jackson Cup for P7 writing – Niamh Milne; Abigail Smith Cup for P4 art – Lilly Hirsch, 4c; Nicoll Cup for P5 information and computer technology – Matthew Borrie; Rotary Poetry Prize – Luke Burgess, 7a
The winner of the Leng Medal was Lana Conchie, 7a. Finalists awarded Robert Burns World Federation Certificates for excellence in the singing of Scottish songs were: Nyah Allardice, 7a; Abbey Cargill, 7b; Jasmine Doyle, 7a; Chloe Duncan, 7b; Rahma Ferguson, 7a; Christie Langlands, 7a; Niamh Milne, 7a; Leah Paton, 7b; Zoe Porter, 7b; Kate Samson, 7b; and Tiegan Stewart, 7a.
The winners of the Robert Burns World Federation competition for excellence in recitation from Scottish literature were by class: 1a – 1, Euan Goodlad; Lucas Knox; Jema Reid; 1b – 1, Kelsey Torrie; Kaine Johnston; Austin Whittet; 2a – 1, Jennifer Lindsay; Mackenzie Gilbert; Esme Millar; 2b – 1, Sean Thomson; George McDonald; Erin Robinson; 3a – 1, Denzhe Ratshilumela; Cameron Stuart; Harrison Whittet; 3b – 1, Anna Strachan; Rhys Hoon; Mia Lomax; 3/4c – 1, Carla Brown; Blair Campbell; Amie Reid; 4a – 1, Sean Michael Stewart; Leena Aljibouri; Bradley Knox; 4/5b – 1, Michaela Duffy; Emily Cattanach; Ami Conchie; 5a – 1, Natasha Thoms; Marnie Laidlaw; Madison King; 6a – 1, Marc Jamieson; Samantha Rattray; 6b – 1, Lily Shepherd; Corey Cheape; 7a – 1, Tiegan Stewart; Niamh Milne; Rahma Ferguson; 7b – 1, Kate Samson; Matthew Sheppard; Megan Athey.
Sporting awards were as follows: girls’ athletic champion – Lucy Hopper, 7a; boys’ – Drew Christie, 7b; girls’ swimming champion – Sarah Oliphant, 7a; boys’ – Drew Christie, 7b; Carlogie representative on Angus Select football squad – Jamie Chalmers, 7b; Golf Rosebowl – Ross Barclay, 7b; interhouse football – Ramsay; interhouse netball – Dalhousie; interhouse athletics – Dalhousie; interhouse swimming – Maule; Webster Trophy for academic and sporting points – Dalhousie.