A number of school pupils from around the North-East have already started learning bridge as an extra-curricular activity.  The Hugh Kelsey, the Annual National Competition which takes place in March, has a Junior Section in which school pupils from Aberdeen have participated over the last few years. We wish our enthusiastic young players all the best for the coming season.

Some of the Secondary pupils have been invited again to take part in a coaching session with the Scottish Junior Team, during the Christmas Holidays.

A number  of the primary schools represented hope to go down to Stirling in March 2015 to take part in The Schools Minibridge National Competition. 

In three recent years Aberdeen Secondary Schools have won the prestigious Scotsman Cup for the best school team in Scotland. 

A wide range of ages have already joined these classes at both primary and secondary school levels.  Classes are held for school pupils from Primary 6 to Secondary 6th year, inclusive and are free (including refreshments, courtesy of Aberdeen Bridge Club).  The classes are run on a Wednesday, after school, from 15:30 until 17:15, in Aberdeen Bridge Club, starting on 24th September 2014 by a rota of qualified SBU teachers.