The Community School of Auchterarder

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Sporting Colours

Sporting Colours, more often known as colours, are traditionally awarded to members of a school or university who have excelled in sport.  At The Community School of Auchterarder, Sporting Colours are awarded to pupils in recognition of excellence, participation in and dedication to extra-curricular activities.  Please click the link below to be begin a new application.

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Junior Colours

Junior colours, in the form of a certificate and lapel badge can be awarded to pupils in S1 and S2 at the discretion of Mr S. Clyde. They are awarded for excellence.  Pupils must fulfil the following four criteria to be eligible for junior colours.

Specific Criteria

  1. Representative Honours – a pupil should have competed at district / national level.
  2. Competed for the school in district / national finals (where possible).
  3. A good example set to younger pupils.
  4. Junior colours will only be awarded to pupils in S1 and S2.

 

Half Colours

Half colours, in the form of a certificate and lapel badge can be awarded to pupils in S3 to S6 at the discretion of Mr S. Clyde. They are awarded for long service and loyalty rather than excellence.  Pupils must fulfil the following seven criteria to be eligible for half colours.

Specific Criteria

  1. An excellent club attendance record over a period of at least two consecutive years, which must include the year in which colours are being awarded.
  2. A very positive attitude.
  3. A good example set to younger pupils.
  4. Helpful behaviour.
  5. A pupil gaining half colours should not, ordinarily gain full colours (i.e. full colours are awarded primarily for excellence; half colours are awarded for loyalty and commitment.)
  6. Half colours will only be awarded to pupils in S3 to S6.
  7. Half colours cannot be re-awarded. 

 

Full Colours

Full colours, in the form of a certificate and lapel badge can be awarded to pupils in S3 to S6 at the discretion of Mr S. Clyde. They are awarded for achievement / excellence.  Pupils must fulfil the following six criteria to be eligible for full colours.

Specific Criteria

  1. Representative Honours – a pupil should have competed at district / national level.
  2. Consistently strong performances in the school team throughout two full seasons (where possible).
  3. Competed for the school in national finals (where possible).
  4. A good example set to younger pupils.
  5. Full colours will only be awarded to pupils in S3 to S6.
  6. Full colours cannot be re-awarded.