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S3 Work Experience

Last month S3 pupils went out on Work Experience to gain an insight into the World of Work. During this week, many pupils attended placements they found themselves and were able to develop their employability skills. A variety of local employers assisted with this initiative, as well as parents and other partners with the school. All pupils and staff appreciate the effort which goes in to making these placements worthwhile and meaningful for the young people involved. Below we have some of our pupils on location and on placement.

Top: Umar Hussain at Liberty Steel

Middle: Arron Findlay  at George Taylor & Co.

Bottom: Courtney Paton at New Age Fitness (Hamilton)

                                                              

SQA Post Results Service 2018

If a school or college has concerns about a candidate’s grade for National 5, Higher or Advanced Higher qualifications, they can request a clerical check or marking review. Please note that results services can only be used if the school is concerned that a marking error may have affected the grade awarded by SQA.

The timeline of events is available here; please ensure you are familiar with the document before the SQA results are released.

Information for Returning S5 & S6 Pupils

New S5 return on Monday 4 June: P1 – 3 (Induction).

Pupils should report straight to the Octagon for an assembly at 8.45am. Induction then continues with Pupil Support in house groups in the Octagon, Art rooms and Drama Social Area (ALG03). Pupils will then return to normal timetabled classes from P4 onwards.

New S6 return on Tuesday 5 June: P1 – 3 (Induction).

Pupils should report straight to the Octagon for an assembly at 8.45am. Induction then continues with Pupil Support staff in house groups in the Octagon, Art rooms and Drama Social Area (ALG03).Pupils will then return to normal timetabled classes from P4 onwards.

Product Design Success

During this session, pupils from the Higher Design and Manufacture class were tasked with designing a new clock for the Head Teacher. This followed on from the success of last year’s competition, the standard was extremely high. After much deliberation, Mr Sives decided on Bethany Lloyd’s idea. Due to the size of Bethany’s design, The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre kindly lent a hand in the manufacturing of the final product. Pictured here is Bethany presenting the finished product to Mr Sives. On a side note, given Bethany’s creativity and talent, it will come as no surprise that she has been offered an unconditional offer to the prestigious, Glasgow School of Art to study Product Design in September! Very well done to Bethany, on both counts.