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SCRUMS Management System

In order for your child to play in matches they must be registered on Scottish Rugby’s management system – SCRUMS. Unfortunately we cannot register players anymore, it has to be a parent or guardian. Can I ask that you take action on this please as the deadline is soon approaching, it should take no longer than 5 minutes. Thank you in advance! J

Step 1. Google ‘SCRUMS Management System’

Step 2. Click ‘Register Here’ and follow instructions.

When asked to select club/school please select “Jordanhill” or “Hills Rugby”.

Any problems please don’t hesitate to Mr Howie at jo_howier@jordanhill.glasgow.sch.uk

Rugby Saturday 18-Sept

This weeks fixtures are against Lomond/Helensburgh.

@ Jordanhill | P6/7, S1 & S2/U15 (Meet at 9:15, pick up 11:10)

@ Helensburgh Rugby Club | U16s & U18s (Meet at 8:10, Pick up 12)

A bus will be provided for the away fixture, meet at front gates of the school.

Please let Mr Howie know if you are unavailable.

Hockey Saturday 18th Sept

All matches v Kelvinside, away matches please meet 20 mins before the start time below at Balgray pitch (40 Chesterfield Ave, G12 OBL).

1stXI- Away, 9.00

2ndXI- Away, 10.00

3A- Home 9.00

3B- Away, 11.00

2A- Home, 10.00

1A- Home, 11.00

COVID update: information for parents

Saturday Sport

Dear Parent/Carer,

 We greatly appreciate your support in allowing our pupils to participate in our Saturday morning sporting activities. The weather has been kind to us and it has been fantastic to see pupils enjoying a return to sport.

In line with all schools, we must remind parents that spectating is forbidden. The main school gates will remain closed except for pedestrian access and we ask that all parents support us with these arrangements. This is part of the COVID mitigation protocols that schools must follow in order to sustain sporting activities.  For matches at the School, and other away games, please note that the same policy applies: pupils can be picked-up/dropped-off but parents cannot remain on-site to spectate.

We appreciate that these arrangements can be frustrating and we very much hope that, if guidance allows, we will be able to welcome spectators back to our fixtures in the future.

 Kind Regards, Mr A. McCall, PT of PE

Jordanhill School Sport

We are looking forward to restarting the extra curricular sports programme w/b 23rd August. Times and venues can be found here Sport Ttable

Information about upcoming fixtures will be posted on this page.

Rugby Training

Rugby training will start back W/B 23rd of August.

Mondays @ Hughenden (16:30-18:00) – S1 & S2

Tuesdays @ Jordanhill (15:30 – 16:45) – P6 & 7

Thursdays @ Hughenden (16:30-18:00) – U15s, U16s & U18s

Saturday mornings – fixtures (further information to follow).

If pupils are unable to organise their own transport to Hughenden, then they should walk together as a group. For the first few weeks, two senior pupils will walk with the S1 group for any pupils unsure of the route. Pupils are expected to walk to Hughenden following the recommended route. Please meet them outside the PE Base straight after school.

Route to Hughenden:

Start on Woodend Drive > Turn left onto crow road > Turn right onto Whittingehame Dr > Turn right onto Great Western Road > Turn right onto Devonshire Terrace > Turn right onto Hughenden Rd > Hughenden Sports Club (Please avoid cutting through the hospital.)

Should anyone have any questions about rugby, please contact Mr Howie.

Stage 6 & Race Complete

Congratulations to Smith you have won the final stage of the Strava race, just finishing ahead of the other houses. Thank you to all pupils, parents and staff who participated whether it was a 30 mile bike ride, walking a marathon, setting a running PB or just getting out to exercise regularly. We started this challenge on Monday 1st February and 2 months later and with over 500 members taking part every team covered 18,276 miles all the way around the world. Huge well done to everyone and enjoy your holidays!

Stage 5 Results

Stage 5 was the closest one yet with all teams within 60 miles of each other. Well done to Crawfurd who reached New York first!