The School of The Year Trophy has been awarded to Woodmill High School as recognition of the commitment and dedication of both staff and pupils during the extremely challenging time after the fire which damaged the school building.
Staff continued to offer many opportunities and experiences, through Football, for all age groups. The staff and pupils made many commutes from various venues around Dunfermline to attend training and games.
The school played games in all the Scottish and Fife competitions, with the Senior team successfully reaching the semi-finals of the Scottish Senior Shield. The team played a number of games to reach that stage, including a trip by plane to Stornaway to face Nicholson Institute.
It is hoped to be able to complete last season’s competitions when it is safe to do so where the Woodmill boys will face St Ninian’s HS (Giffnock) in the semi-final as they strive to reach the final of the oldest Schools Football competition in the world.
Woodmill High School are extremely fitting recipients of the Scottish Schools FA School of the Year Trophy.