About Mr.Bennion

Sports Coordinator at Preston Lodge High School- If you are interested in coaching or have any questions about Extra-Curricular please contact me on 01875 811 170

S1/S2 4v4 Football

There will be S1/S2 come along and play 4v4 football on a Friday at Preston Lodge High School.

This is open to anyone in S1/S2 to come along and play. We are looking for minimum 12 pupils to come along and play on a Friday. This is a fun way to play football with your mates indoors during the winter weather.

If you are interested please come and see Mr Bennion in PE to register your name.

New Exciting Clubs at Preston Lodge

Active Schools are running two new clubs at Preston Lodge in Term 2. On a Thursday lunchtime there will be the opportunity to participate in Handball. This follows on from the Handball which has been part of the Health and Wellbeing Programme.

Also on a Friday 12.00-1.00 there will be Cheerleading classes running for all secondary pupils. We have had Cheerleading before which was successful in the school. Hopefully these sessions will lead to performance at East Lothian Dance festival and other competitions in East Lothian and Edinburgh.

If you have interest in ay of these club please see Mr Bennion in the PE department.

Preston Lodge Olympic Star

Josh Taylor former pupil at Preston Lodge High School has set on his journey to the London 2012 Olympics, where he will compete in the lightweight category in boxing.

Josh is one of the 541 athletes who have been selected for the Team GB side. He has already competed in the Commonwealth Games in Dehli in 2010 and this will give him good experience going into London 2012.

Preston Lodge and the local community are all behind Josh and wish him all the best for London 2012 and the future.

Below are links to Josh’s Team GB profile and also a programme which Josh was involved in for STV. He is in the last part of the programme



Dress Down Day/ Dress as a Sporting Hero

Friday 22 June will be dress down day or dress as a Sporting Hero.  Pupils are to pay a £1 for dressing down. This £1 will be put towards the schools Olympic trip where the four Young Ambassadors in the school will be attending.

All pupils please give the £1 to your register teacher on Friday morning

Mr Bennion, Active Schools Coordinator

S3 Sports Days

All pupils who are wishing to participate in the S3 Sports days on Thursday 24 May must hand their sheets in by Wednesday 23 May.

All pupils must come to school in their uniform as the event may be cancelled due to weather.

Pupils are to report to the P.E department after registration.

Extra-Curricular Clubs

All the extra curricular clubs at Preston Lodge are back up and running.

The clubs will run until the last week of school when the activities week will start. The clubs are:

Mon (3.45-5.00): S1-S3 Football & Golf

Tues (3.45-5.00): Muay Thai & Dance

Wed (3.45-5.00); Rugby

Thurs (3.45-5.00): Girls on the Go, Racquet’s Club & Gymnastics (Starting 7 June)

Fri (Afternoon): Surfing & Kayaking

These are fun clubs that will be non-competitive and a good way to get fit in an Olympic year. The rugby club will be participating in competitions so we need more players to turn up.

East Lothian Golf League Champions

 Preston Lodge High School had a reputation to uphold for the 2012 season of East Lothian School Golf. We had won the previous three league titles without being beaten at all. Our captain this year was Fraser Johnston and led the team out as top ranked player for each match. We started off with a very strong victory, 6 matches to nil against Ross High, although this proved to be a false start as Ross High eventually dropped out of the league so the results were not included. Even though we eventually lost our first school match to a spirited Dunbar Grammar, victories against Musselburgh and North Berwick put us 1 point behind Musselburgh with one match to go. Fraser again led the team out against Knox Academy and with the pressure on to secure as many individual match wins as possible the boys eventually ran out 5-1 winners, and with the bonus 2 points for a win coupled with a Dunbar victory against Musselburgh, Preston Lodge secured a fourth straight title! This is an excellent result for the school as the pressure to perform each year grows. A big thank you goes out to the squad of players, Fraser Johnston, Calum Wilson, Cameron Simpson, Craig Cunningham, Ryan Clark, Marc Reid, Lewis Berg, Alistair Stewart and Jay Cochrane.