Co-curricular Fair leaves pupils with tough choices to make!

Pupils in the Senior Years at the High School of Dundee have some challenging choices to make – thanks to the School’s Co-curricular Fair!

The High School of Dundee held its annual Co-curricular Fair

Taking place in Trinity Hall, the annual freshers fair style event showcased the huge range of exciting activities which pupils in F1-F6 can get stuck into outside of their timetabled lessons.

But with demonstrations and information on offer from staff and pupil-led clubs and societies ranging from charity fundraising, model boat building and ceilidh music, to stop animation, electronics, the Combined Cadet Force, and many more, the youngsters now have the tough task of narrowing their choices down to a manageable number!

David Brett, Deputy Head Senior Years, said, “Due to the goodwill and expertise of staff, and indeed some pupils, at any one time we have between 80 and 100 co-curricular activities running across the Junior and Senior Years.

“Our aim is to provide our pupils with the opportunity to follow their interests, passions and talents, and maybe discover some new ones too, and the Co-curricular Fair is a great way to showcase what’s on offer.”