The Junior Bake off team are looking for bakers aged between 9 – 12 years old (for the period of 1st July 2016 – 1st September 2016) to apply and potentially feature in the show, with a chance of being crowned Junior Bake Off Champion 2016.
Please see below for details of how to apply
Dundee Dental Insight team are composed of current dental students studying at the University of Dundee. For the first year ever, Dundee Dental School are opening their doors to potential undergraduate applicants who are hoping to gain further insight and experience into the world of dentistry.
This unique 3 day programme running from Monday 6th June- Wednesday 8th June will give S5 students the opportunity to shadow current students within the dental hospital, gain hands on experience in the phantom head room and labs, and also receive talks on how to smash the UKCAT, write an enticing personal statement and information regarding the application process.
To be eligible the pupil MUST:
- Be a secondary school pupil studying in Scotland
- Be in S5
- Be on track to achieve the minimum entrance requirements to study dentistry at the University of Dundee
Applications are now open and will close on Friday 25th March at 12pm. To apply pupils must complete an application form which can be found at http://goo.gl/forms/L9eAumTN21 and must send a reference from a teacher stating why this pupil would be a good candidate for this course which should be emailed to us directly at email@example.com
There is no charge for the programme itself and lunch will be provided on all three days. Travel and accommodation will not be provided but if finances are a barrier to a pupil attending then please let us know.
This programme is not available anywhere else in the UK so it is one not to be missed!
Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Dundee Dental Team.
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Congratulations to the following winners:
1st D&K Clark
2nd H Craigie
3rd H Paterson
Please see below for work experience information for current S5 students interested in a Science course/career.
Reminder 3rd instalment of £17 is due on Friday 26 February. If you are paying in full a payment of £68 will be due on the 24 March.
S@S Accelerate offer two summer programmes, which are held at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, for pupils at the end of S4, S5 and thinking about going to University. It aims to provide a targeted focus on the pupils’ chosen area of academic interest, giving them a head start on the road to their chosen career.
In 2016, there are ten areas pupils can choose from, depending on their career aspirations:
S@S Accelerate 1 (Monday 20th – Friday 24th June 2016)
- Mini Space Academy (Electronic & Electrical Engineering)
- Product Design
S@S Accelerate 2 (Monday 25th – Friday 29th July 2016)
The cost of S@S Accelerate is £125 and the programme it is non-residential.
Please visit our website for further information: http://www.strath.ac.uk/sees/wideningaccess/
If you are considering a career in the armed or uniformed services you might like to do your week of work experience with the army.
If you are interested in this, please ensure that your guidance teacher or Miss Patterson, who is collating the list, has a note of your name before the end of this week so a place can be booked for you.
This will take place in June so would be instead of any other work experience placement.
[Further details, consent forms etc will be issued at a later stage.]
Due to the Monday holiday this week, on Wednesday 24 February the school will be operating a Monday timetable. Please remember to bring the correct kit with you.
Congratulations to Nikoleta Idaite (1Se2) & Finlay McLeod (2Go2) who have won a free ticket each to Alton Towers during Activities Week. Please see Mr Bishop to claim your tickets.
Are you interested in Science, Engineering, Technology or Maths?
Edinburgh College are holding a Science and Engineering Open Day on Friday 26 February at their Midlothian Campus from 1.30-4.30 pm.
Edinburgh College is inviting you to explore their facilities, find out about opportunities in STEM related courses, grab the opportunity to chat to local employers and see first-hand:
• Scotland’s first solar meadow research and teaching centre
• Live 3D printing
• PLC elevator in action
• Inner workings of our electric car fleet
• Student built electric race car
• Interactive hydraulics lab
• Tensile testing where you can test metals and plastics to fracture
Schools and students can book to attend during scheduled slots:
1pm – 2pm
2pm – 3pm
3pm – 4pm
Tours will start half past the hour and will last approx 20 minutes.
We understand some schools finish at lunchtime on Fridays, please be aware students can attend this event independently during the listed timeslots.
Edinburgh College, Midlothian campus
46 Dalhousie Road, Dalkeith, Edinburgh, EH22 3FR
Book your slot here