Get information and advice for applying through clearing at Edinburgh College’s Clearing Event.
Friday 12 August
11am – 3pm
This event is for anyone who:
Has already applied for a course but would like to speak to someone about their options after receiving their exam results.
Has changed their mind about their original choice of course.
Has not yet applied but wants to start a course in 2022/23.
The Clearing Event will give you an opportunity to speak to our team about your application and course options for study in session 2022/23. You also have the opportunity to speak to staff about funding and support.
Once you’ve received your results, if any of your grades don’t seem right
or you did not perform as well as your school, college or training provider
expected, you may be able to appeal.
The appeals service is free, and you will be able to appeal to SQA yourself
or through your school, college or training provider from Tuesday 9 August.
There’s information on who is eligible on page 3 of this booklet.
Before you submit an appeal, you should discuss your decision with your
teacher, lecturer or another member of staff to determine whether your
estimate and alternative assessment evidence can support an appeal. They
will be able to advise you if an appeal is in your best interests. However, the
final decision is yours.
If you are unsure about any of the information in this booklet, speak to
your teacher or lecturer. You might also want to share this information
with your parent or carer. To stay up to date on appeals in 2022, visit www.sqa.org.uk/appeals SQA-Appeals-2022-guidance-for-learners
Mick Burns and Emma Scott
North Berwick High School
Welcome to your S3 Careers Talk.
This presentation will include:
An introduction to your Careers Advisers
Learn about Career Management Skills
Find out about My World of Work
How to find out about Skills and Strengths needed for different careers
Think about Subject Choice
Mick Burns and Emma Scott, Careers Advisers, NBHS
Welcome to S6 at North Berwick High.
This talk is about:
What’s important when thinking about your future.
What you need to do and when you need to do it.
What resources are there to help you.
North Berwick Trust has offered an annual Young Person’s Scholarship since 2022.
This scholarship is open to young people seeking support to embark on further education or career training. This includes those with specific ambitions to further their careers in sport, music and art or other cultural or creative endeavours.
This scholarship is designed to assist our young people to move their life forward in a positive way. Priority is given to those who could not afford to do so without support.
The North Berwick Trust Young Person’s Scholarship opens for applications annually each June.
The next grants round opens Wednesday 1st June 2022 and closes Wednesday 19th October 2022 at 12 noon.