Kilsyth Primary School wins Clyde in the Classroom 2014 competition

We received so many fantastic entries for this years’ Clyde in the Classroom competition and judging was no easy task. We asked pupils to submit a piece of work representing the spirit of Clyde in the Classroom and were delighted to see this inspire a wide variety of entries including mosaics, songs, books and even a computer game!

Following some difficult deliberation we decided on a winner – well done to P6 of Kilsyth Primary School. Their video report of Clyde in the Classroom had it all – facts, drama, music and a lot of humour!

Willie Yeomans, visiting scientist for Kilsyth P6, went along to the school this morning to surprise them with the news and present them with their prize – see pictures below. Thanks to everyone who took part!


Miss Marshall about to announce the news to her class


P6 receive their framed brown trout print from their visiting scientist Wille Yeomans