On the 1st of September 1838, a tiny school was opened in the Presbyterian Church, in the city of Buenos Aires. St. Andrew’s Scots School was founded by a group of Scottish settlers determined to educate their children in their language, their culture and their faith...
The Y6 students prepared a presentation that showed the history of our school and highlighted the most important achievements of the past 173 years.
During the Founders Day Assembly we also celebrated the 25 years at St. Andrew’s of Marta Lavista and said farewell to María Villar, who is leaving the school after 18 years.
The Junior Choir, directed by Mr. Tomás Merello sang “In Scotland Today” and “You’re Gonna Lose that Girl”. Mr. Oscar played the bagpipes and led the primary students as they all sang the Skye Boat Song.
Happy birthday St. Andrew’s Scots School!