Primary School Quiz

The local primary schools quiz

A very exciting Rotary Primary School Quiz was held on the evening of 7th March 2024 in the Salutation Hotel.

Twelve teams entered the first round of the quiz resulting in the top eight schools competing against each other in the Final.

A rowdy and excited group of supporters gathered to cheer on their team.

The scoring was close throughout the ten rounds of questions on a range of topics with three schools tying for the lead going into the final round.

The winners were Craigie Primary School with Inch View Primary School the runners up.  Both teams go through to the Rotary Area Final to be held on 11 May 2024, in Blairgowrie Community Campus.

A very enjoyable night was had by all and we look forward to next year’s event.

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The winning team is Craigie PS (the picture with the cup). The names of the pupils from left to right of the picture are Evelyn Menzies, Beth Mackie, Lily Erskine and Olivia Davidson.  The reserve is Kaitlin Thompson (not in the picture)

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