World War 1 Memorabilia

Thanks to the generosity of a number of anonymous FPs, two items of World War 1 memorabilia have been bought at a recent Auction Sale and donated to our archives.

The Death Penny, given to the parents of Second Lieutenant James Beaton McKinnon is very special. How it came to be in a local man’s Military collection remains a mystery. Perhaps someone reading this may know members of his family.  If so, please tell them that it can be seen in the Archives.

The Roll of Honour has been scanned and is now on a CD.  In the fullness of time the pages will be put on the gallery.

Death Penny           jbmckinnon croppedn

Subscription Increase

Important message.

rbs10At the recent AGM, it was agreed that the annual subscription would be raised to £10 from 1 April 2014.

It will be necessary for members who pay by Standing Order to contact their Bank and authorise the change.

Life membership remains £100


Association Co-ordinator for reunions Thelma Thornton is now acting as the coordinator for reunions.schoolreun

Anyone thinking of planning a reunion and would like advice from the Association please email

School Visits

School VisitsThe Association has come to an agreement with the rector that FPs visiting Dundee can have a tour of the School at a suitable time by prior arrangement.

These tours will be conducted by a member of your committee.

Your first contact when requesting a look round should be with the Secretary who will clear things with the Rector.

Please give two alternative weekday dates to allow for activities in the school.

The optimum time will be at 4pm after school.

This arrangement will work well and, with the prospect of the new Archives Room in the Tower opening this summer, will also fit in well with the FP’s commitment to that project.

Morgan Magazines

Morgan Academy Magazines c 1930 – 1970 have been scanned by George Stout and a band of very willing volunteers.

It is hoped that the magazines will be available for viewing on the Computer in the Archives Room, before too long.