Archived news: published on Tuesday 14 May 2002 by Fife Council

Beath High School in Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly High School have both scooped top National Curriculum Awards this week putting Fife education on the map.

Only three Scottish secondaries have been granted the awards for 2002. Fife Council's Spokesperson for School Children, Councillor Kay Morrison extended a warm congratulations to both Fife schools.

She said:''In Fife, we have a committed team working in all our schools who continuously look for ways to improve and strive for excellence in education.

''We are extremely proud of their dedication to give pupils across Fife the best educational opportunities. The latest news that two of our secondaries are to be presented with National Curriculum Awards for 2002 must be celebrated.

'Both Beath and Lochgelly have worked hard to achieve the high praise and standards required. They deserve the kudos that comes with achieving this accolade.''

Representatives from both schools will attend a special celebration of their achievement at the Tate Modern in London on Tuesday 11thJune, 2002.


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