Scotland Street School was a functional school until 1979, and so we have a large body of alumni in Glasgow and beyond. To celebrate this, we host a Reunion Day on the first Saturday of September every year to welcome back ex-pupils from days gone by.
Reunion Day 2014
Up Oor Street - The Games We Played
Reunion Day 2014 is on Saturday 6 September from 12noon - 4pm. We invite all past pupils along to reminisce about playground games, what was in their play piece, and even play some new games to celebrate our exhibition The Games We Play.
If you left school before 1980, and went to one of the local schools listed below, then please come along. If your school was in kingston/tradeston area and isnt listed below, please come along and tell us about it!
Shields Road School
Crookston Street School
Centre Street School
Lambhill Street School
Bellahouston Primary and Bellahouston Academy
Our Lady and St Margaret’s,
Stanley Street School
Albert Drive Primary School
Melville Street Primary School
Rutland Crescent School
Lorne Street Primary
and of course Scotland Street School Museum
Each year there is a reunion day photograph at 2.00pm.
We are still finalising our arrangements for the day, and will post more information here nearer the day. If you are on facebook, like our page for more up to date information, photos and more. Find us here
Up Oor Street - Reunion Day 2013
Reunion Day 2013 saw Scotland Street School extend an invitation to the whole community! We found each year that the street names make more connections to old friends than the school years, so if you left school before 1980 and attended one of the following schools, you were invited.
The day saw over 100 people from many different schools, including some we didnt know about come along to reminisce and meet old friends.
Our short video from the day tells some of these stories.
We also collected together a yearbook for 2013 with stories and see photos of your school days some which had been posted on our facebook page HERE
, submitted in person or sent in the mail. We are currently compiling all the stories into one big book to go on display at future Reunion Days.