This year the event brought together 16 schools and 200 pupils from across the West of Scotland.
The alpaca ‘therapist’ have been keeping pupils calm during the SQA exam diet.
Students and parents have taken to social media to criticise the school’s move.
Euan Brady, Hamish Bottomley and Zander Geddes will join other U18 hopefuls for intense training camps in March.
The Roman Catholic school – the only state-funded girls school in Scotland – is also popular with Muslim families.
Labour, the Greens and Conservatives say there is a need for a consultation.
The seven weeks of action will involve schools from across the west, central and southern Scotland.
The first minister has told students that they should continue to “hope for better things”. And Nicola Sturgeon said improving…
The techniques have been proven to help refresh the body and calm the mind.
The match takes place at BT Murrayfield on Wednesday December 6.