Both All Saints Primary junior and senior teams compete in various events throughout the year, including festivals, tournaments and local friendlies arranged by Mrs Brown to encourage participation and sportsmanship within the school. They continue to impress individually and collectively with their skills, commitment and teamwork. At a National level  after progressing from their local heat and West Regional Final, our junior team qualified for the National Final at Toryglen for the second year running, narrowly missing out on the day.

The Concept Soccer Sevens 2018/2019 not only benefited the children taking part, but also had a wider positive impact as last year's tournament included a charitable element for the first time; it has been raising funds for the STV Children's Appeal. The STV Children's Appeal helps children and young people affected by poverty in Scotland and every single penny raised for it stays in Scotland. Schools participating in the tournament played an important part in supporting the Appeal's efforts to offer practical help like providing food and clothing and enabling social and emotional support.



S3/4 boys team won the S3/4 Scottish Schools Road Race - national schools champions S5/6 boys were silver medallists in the Scottish Schools Road Race.

Senior boys team were the silver medallists

S3/4 boys team won and are Scottish Schools Road Race Champions.


17 athletes travelled through to Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline to take part in the Scottish Schools Road Race Championships.  In beautiful dry, bright conditions, everyone performed extremely well over a challenging, hilly course.

Medal successes came in the boys team events where our S3/4 and Senior boys exceeded all expectations by finishing on the podium amongst very prestigious competitors.

First up were S3/4 team of Tayven Adamson, Shaun Wiseman, Ben Campbell and Jonathan Cameron who put in some gutsy runs to finish the top S3/4 team on the day and coming away with gold medals, the Scottish Cup and the Scottish Schools title.  A superb team effort from all of them.

In the longest and most exciting race of the day, senior boys team of Josh Law, Lewis Hainey, Dylan Weir and Ciaran Hogg performed exceptionally well over the 3mile course to come away as the silver medallists in what was a very close, competitive team competition.

What an achievement for Clydeview Academy.



Competing in all Active Schools Netball Competitions over 2019


Winning the first ever Port Glasgow/Kilmacolm Netball Primary School Sports Competition in 2019



Notre Dame High School entered Netball Scotland's Scottish Schools Cup competition 2018/19. The first round is played in a localised league format, competing against schools from Renfrewshire; Notre Dame High School won all their rounds convincingly to proceed to the gold section of the competition.

At national level the gold section is a knock out format consisting of 5 rounds before the final. Notre Dame Girls showed grit and determination working together to successfully make it to the final which took place Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility in March 2019. After the disappointment of losing out in the final the previous year the girls were well prepared for what lay ahead of them. 

In the final they faced a strong, well drilled side from Peebles; Notre Dame won the toss to take first centre pass. They came out strong and were always in the lead for the whole game, although Peebles did make it difficult for them at times closing the gap to few goals. Notre Dame dug deep worked together as a team encouraging and supporting each other right until the final whistle. Notre Dame won 59-55 to be crowned Open Scottish Schools Champions 2019.



The girls have played for the school team for since S1. The same core group of 7 S3 girls have played together and have since welcomed younger players from S1 and S2 into the team. The girls are fully committed to training after school every Thursday and often come down and ask for additional practice.


Last March, the girls had a successful run in S2 Gold Scottish cup (gold section) and made the final, narrowly losing by 2. They have continued to work hard and be successful this year and have made the semi – final of the S3 gold section (still to be played). 


6 girls represent the district team and regularly travel around the country competing in Inter- district tournaments. 

At national level and international level 

Many of the girls have had trials this year for the Scottish National hub (Scotland development team for their age group). One of our pupils Catriona McPherson was successful during the trials and trains fortnightly with the squad and has recently been playing against under 17 teams from England. 

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School Sports Team