Logans Primary marks 50 years with open day

(c) Logans Prinary Anniversary
(c) Logans Prinary Anniversary

DESPITE being more than half way through the school year, Logans Primary in Motherwell is showing no signs of slowing down its 50th anniversary celebrations.

The school recently held an open day which attracted around 300 members of the local community. Each class demonstrated what they are learning at the school - and one lucky group of pupils even held their entire class outside for the day.

Strathclyde Fire and Rescue and police visited the school during the event, with the police horses proving to be very popular amongst the students.

Logans Primary has been celebrating 50 years in the community since last August and will continue with marking the milestone until the end of the school year.

Headteacher Doreen Boyd said: “It is really important to celebrate our 50 years in the community. We are a big part of this community and we involve them in everything we do from singing at local churches to visiting old folks’ homes.

“The open day was a wonderful event and I want to thank everyone for coming along.”

For more pictures, see this week’s Times & Speaker, dated Thursday, April 14.