Past Times GALLERY: Taking a look back at Dyce schools By Kirstin Brown October 23 2022, 6.00am Share GALLERY: Taking a look back at Dyce schools Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/past-times/4933507/gallery-taking-a-look-back-at-dyce-schools/ Copy Link 0 comment 1979 - Four Dyce Primary School teachers who were soon to get married – from left, Alison Smith, Jane Napier, Wendy Johnston and Fiona Black. The friendly community of Dyce prides itself on the education of the area’s youth and talented, compassionate children and teenagers. Dyce Primary School and Academy are renowned for shaping the lives of young people in a friendly and nurturing community. To celebrate the achievements of the Dyce schools and their pupils, we have collected 13 photographs from our archives. Did you go to one of the Dyce schools? Do you recognise any of the familiar faces in the photos below? Please let us know in the comment section. 1993 – Dyce Primary pupils Aimee King and Kevin Littlejohn get the Victorian message after they and classmates stepped back in time to enjoy traditional games. 1994 – Mrs Murray’s class at Dyce Primary. 1992 – From left, Wayne Rainnie, Maija Dolman, Andrew Wilson and Claire Leiper, all aged 9, were among the pupils of class 5B1 at Dyce Primary School who’d created their own travel agency as part of a project. 1993 – Enjoying a cool drink after ‘graduating’ are Dyce Nursery four-year-olds Daniel Smith and Rebecca Wood. 1991 – Dyce Primary pupils working on a Second World War project are, back, Nicola Cruickshank and Alana Murray and, front, Kim Murdoch and Michelle Merchant. 1991 – Dyce Academy pupils Fiona Hurn, back, Michaela Harrison, front left, and Paula Leask were ready for take-off after winning through to the national finals of the Young Consumers of the Year competition in the Netherlands. 1978 – Iain McLean, Alison Cameron, Scott Bradbrook and Philip Shearer revising. 1990 – Cyclists and runners line up for the start of Dyce Academy’s triathlon event in June 1990. 1990 – Staff and their partners from Dyce Academy celebrate the school’s 10th anniversary with a buffet-dance at the Aberdeen Airport Skean Dhu Hotel. 1980 – First day at Dyce Primary School for twins Joanne and Claire Watson. 1988 – Pupils and teachers at Dyce Academy in a dress rehearsal for their show Rhythm of Life. 1990 – Primary six pupils at Dyce Primary do their bit during National Tree Week by planting 14 trees at the school to replace those damaged in a storm.