Savannah Harper, Valdemar Hundeboll, Lauren Rodger (Head of NBHS) Alan Macdonald, Ben Di Rollo, Sophie Duns, Jack Hamilton and Dylen Waldman
A director of solicitor estate agency Coulters has gone back to her school to help those who gave her a start in life.
The agency is sponsoring North Berwick High School’s extra-curricular sports programme, delivering new kit to more than 300 pupils taking part in a variety of sports.
For Sophie Duns, associate director at Coulters, it was a case of giving something back.
“Having attended NBHS myself as a pupil and studied Physical Education at university, I am really excited and proud to be supporting the school’s extra-curricular sports teams,” she said.
“Participating in sports is proven to have an enormous impact on lifelong health and wellbeing and something I was lucky enough to enjoy and participate in throughout my school years, so it’s great to be giving back.”
With three established offices in Edinburgh, Coulters’ sponsorship follows the firm’s expansion into East Lothian last year and supports its commitment to support the local community.
North Berwick High School already has a hugely successful extra-curricular programme with children taking part in a whole range of activities, and they are continually adding to this list with activities such as golf which did not previously exist.
Being situated on one of the most iconic golfing coasts on the planet, Coulters was keen to help support golfing for pupils.
Alan Macdonald, PT Health and Wellbeing at North Berwick High School, said: “We are delighted to receive support from Coulters. They have been creative, approachable and supportive in helping us plan new kit designs for our sports teams.
“We look forward to working with them as we continue to enhance the sporting community here at North Berwick High School.”