St Agatha’s celebrated victory in this year’s Rotary Club quiz for Levenmouth’s primary schools, held recently in Kirkland High School and Community College.
Eleven school teams competed and it was a very closely fought contest, with two or more line-ups tied for the lead at the end of every stage from the first to the penultimate round.
However, in the final round, St Agatha’s pupils managed to gain a one-point lead over the joint runners-up, ending with a magnificent score of 107 points from a possible 120. Runners-up were Aberhill and Kennoway on 106.
Leven Rotary Club’s president, Lynn Herbert, presented the winning team with the Centenary Trophy and shields to the individual team members, while all children taking part received a certificate from the Rotary Club.
In a packed hall, the teams were well supported by teachers, parents, friends and fellow pupils.
St Agatha’s squad will be going on to an Area Final at Burntisland Primary School on April 29, competing against winning teams from other parts of Fife and Kinross.
In a packed hall, the pupils were supported by teachers, parents, friends and fellow pupils.
Another win there would give them the chance to move on to the North and East of Scotland final at the Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen, on June 6, when £1000 worth of prizes are up for grabs.
Leven Rotary Club is proud that the Primary School Quiz, which started in Leven in 1989, has since been taken up by clubs all over Scotland and is increasingly finding support in England and Wales.