Calling all S4/S5/S6 Students 16+ Future Planning Questionaire
All students who will be in S4/S5/S6 next session are required to complete the 16+ About Me Questionaire. Can all student follow the relevant link below and complete the short questionaire by Thursday 26th June.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1oknPDzAKpQBDcQeoC057dh5oFDLrTSsDFm3UAwYci-U/viewform?c=0&w=1&usp=mail_form_link S6 questionnaire
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1vSNJ1Vt8q_Mq-_kpZdWcu3tXgLwzRLL4MWH0RJTOh60/viewform?usp=send_form S5 questionnaire
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1l5RgLQ6bLNCzLf7g99nLXEg2GMv_ABqa9oGAcRb13SQ/viewform?usp=send_form S4 questionnaire
We have some opportunities still available to for our School Leaver Programme this September. Please would you forward this email to your 5th and 6th Year Students?Are you interested in a career in business with a global organisation? Then look no further than the EY School Leaver programme. You’ll receive world-class training and work as part of a team who will support and promote your skills development. If you have the enthusiasm and thirst to learn more then working in this fast-paced area of our business could be for you. The EY School Leaver allows you to start your career straight from A Levels with a five-year programme that will get you qualified for business and keep you free of student debt while you get ahead. To find out more, visit the EY Career Guide to find out more about the opportunities available to you on the EY School Leaver programme if you join us straight from school.Kind Regards,Harriet
|Harriet Lunney | Student Recruitment Officer – Schools | People – Recruitment UK & Ireland
|6 More London Place, London, SE1 2AF, United Kingdom
|Office: +44 (0) 20 7760 9349 | Mobile: 07552 282 598 | HLunney@uk.ey.com
The Music Department will be holding a concert @ 7pm on Thursday 19th June in the school hall. This event is a showcase of the work being carried out in the music curriculum by our talented students from S2-S6. Tickets cost £1 and are available from the Music Department.
This is certain to be a great night!!!!
by Juno Veteran Cyril Crain.
Come and stand in memory
Of men who fought and died
They gave their lives in Normandy
Remember them with pride.
Soldiers, Airman, sailors
Airborne and marines
Who in civvy life were tailors
and men who worked machines.
British and Canadian
And men from USA
Forces from the Commonwealth
They all were there that day
To Juno, Sword and Utah
Beaches of renown
Also Gold and Omaha
That’s where the ramps went down.
The battle raged in Normandy
Many lives were lost
The war must end in victory
And this must be the cost
When my life is over
And I reach the other side
I’ll meet my friends from Normandy
And shake their hands with pride.
Please see below letter that was sent to all S5 students on Thursday 5 June.
We will have a meeting on Monday 9 June with all new S6 students to answer any questions re the Induction programme at West Linton. Questions you may have:
What should I bring?
· Casual clothes (which may get wet/dirty);
· Sun cream;
- Insect repellent;
- Baby photo (if not already supplied)
· Positive attitude and a big smile!!
What else do I need?
All students MUST have submitted their PC1 form to enable them to attend
What are the travel arrangements?
We will leave school after registration on Tuesday 10 June and will return to school at approximately 4.45 pm on Wednesday 11 June. We will travel by coach and minibus.
Other relevant information
Please be aware that the building is a no smoking zone and, of course, there can be no alcohol in the course of the 2 days.
There will be a meeting for all students taking part in the Alton Towers trip next Thursday 12th June. Final details for the trip will be provided so it is essential you attend. The meeting will take place in Mr McFarlane’s room in the Music department at 1.20pm.
PL Baguette Bar
Opening 9 June
CHOOSE YOUR OWN FILLINGS
£1.35 FOR KIDS (1 FILLING & SALAD)
£1.62 FOR ADULTS (1 FILLING & SALAD)
ADDITIONAL FILLINGS FROM 45P –54P
CHEAPER THAN LOCAL CAFÉS & SHOPS
Primark Recruitment Morning – Wednesday 4th June
Primark, Princes Street is holding a Recruitment Morning at the Edinburgh Skills Shop, St James Shopping on Wednesday 4th June from 10am.
You must call 0131 456 3338 or 0131 456 3396 to book a slot for the morning.
There will be a short presentation to let applicants know about the 20 hour Retail Assistant Positions available and to explain the recruitment process. Primark is recruiting for 5 permanent positions and 10 – 15 temporary 12 week positions for the Fringe. The majority of positions will be in the evenings (6pm-10pm) so applicants should not go expecting a 9 to 5 job. Experience is not essential however, if applicants get an interview they will be asked ‘situational judgement’ questions to gauge responses against Primark’s values. There will be no job interviews at the Recruitment morning. Interested applicants will then need to apply online.
The Persian Ladies are organising a ‘Dress Down, Wear Pink’ day on Friday 13th June, when staff and students are asked to wear pink and pay a £1. There will be prizes for the ‘most pink’ boy, girl, male and female member of staff. All monies raised will be donated to: Marie Curie, Rachel House, Kiltwalk, FACE and Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
We also have a Father’s Day Hamper raffle – tickets from our main reception desk – 50 p per strip. This will be drawn on Friday 13th June.
Thank you for your continued support for our charities.
Meet the Marines Day will be held at the Ratho Climbing Centre on 17 and 18 September.
This is a chance for interested young people to enjoy a fun and challenging day out under the guidance of the Royal Marine Commandos .
The day will involve the use of Ratho’s excellent and unique facilities to give participants a chance at experiencing what marines do. There will be rock climbing, abseiling and several other stances aimed at challenging the participants.
Places are strictly limited (and only available to those who are 15 or older by 17th September) so you need to see a guidance teacher as soon as possible to complete a form for them to email on to the marines to express your interest.
All students participating in the Paris trip must bring the reply slip for the trip meeting before Friday. The meeting for parent/carer and student takes place on Wednesday 4 June at 7pm in the assembly hall.
Please also bring in your EHIC card as soon as possible.
If you have applied for a full or a part-time college place you need to keep checking your ONLINE application on the COLLEGE WEBSITE as that is where they put the invitations to interviews.