Please note that tomorrow Wednesday 25 October the school will be following a Monday timetable. Please make sure that you bring the correct equipment/kit with you.
There are still places available on the trip to Disnelyland Paris next year 23-28 June.
Please see Mr Mcneil or Mrs Fitzpatrick for information.
• 2 days at Eurodisney
• Visit to Paris
• Stop off in London on the way home to see a musical
A reminder that the first instalment for the S6 Induction of £17 is due to be paid on Friday 13 October. Please pay this to the school office or online.
Students who intend on leaving school in 2018 (June or December) should attend this event to help plan their destination and/or back up plans B and C.
£4 is required to cover the cost of transport plus a completed consent form. Please return this to Mrs Wilson or Miss Patterson in the guidance office to secure a place.
(If you are over 16 you can complete the consent form yourself).
We will be running a trip to Liverpool during Activities Week in 2018.
Please see the image or link below for details.
Please meet in LZ3 at 9.15am, there is no need to leave class before 9.15am.
All students need to go to LZ3 to be checked on the register before going out to the bus.
The School of Medicine at the University of St Andrews offers a Gateway to Medicine which is a one-year programme taught in the Faculty of Science but with contributions from staff in Medicine.
The purpose of the Gateway to Medicine programme is to promote the uptake of higher education, specifically among those groups that are traditionally under-represented at University. The Gateway programme provides the opportunity for students who have completed S5 and just missed out on the grades required for medicine to study at first year undergraduate level. The Gateway year is an alternative to S6. Pupils who pass the year at an appropriate level and meet the requirements for progression will transfer onto our traditional 6 year A100 Medicine degree programme.
The University of St Andrews is now accepting notes of interest for our Gateway to Medicine programme, for entry in September 2017.
It is designed for students who:
I am sure we all hope that pupils achieve the grades they are expecting and we wish them well in their endeavours. However, if things don’t go according to plan those pupils who meet the criteria for the Gateway to Medicine will have a choice to apply to the University of St Andrews for this course instead of entering their S6 year at school. You should be aware that this application is out with UCAS.
Successful applicants to the Gateway to Medicine will take First Year modules in Biology, Chemistry, and one other subject of their choice. They are provided with tutoring, the opportunity to gain work experience and help in preparing for the UKCAT and admissions interviews. Entrants who pass the year at an appropriate level and meet the other requirements for progression will transfer into our BSc (Hons) Medicine degree course in 2018. Pupils are also supported should they choose to apply to other universities for other courses after the completion of their Gateway year.
Please see leaflet which gives more information about the programme, the application process, and entrance requirements.
Any pupil who is interested in finding out more about the Gateway to Medicine is asked to note their interest by filling in the attached form and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Pupils will then be contacted on the day the SQA results are released with further information on how to apply to the programme.
There is more information about this programme available online: http://medicine.st-andrews.ac.uk/teaching/bsc-hons-medicine/gateway-to-medicine/.
All girls participating in the Paris/London trip should come along as soon as possible to Mrs Fitzpatrick’s room to choose their Paris hotel bedrooms.
Could all S4 students please complete the Student Evaluation of Experience Questionnaire (SEE Survey) 2017
The link for the survey is http://links.edubuzz.org/s4survey2017
Now that S2 is coming to an end, we’d like to get your feedback on the S2 Thinking Skills course so that we can improve the experience for next year’s students.
We would appreciate it if S2 students could complete the short questionnaire in the link below.
We are looking to recruit a Trainee Customer Service Assistant to work on an a Saturday morning 10.00-13.00 in Musselburgh Library.
This position would be ideal for a school/college student with an interest in books and people who is looking for work at the weekends. The rate of pay is £8.33 per hour, rising to £8.69 per hour after one year in post.
Training will be given but applications should meet the minimum essential criteria specified in the Person Specification (this is available to download on the advert).
Applications can be made via this link Trainee Customer Service Assistant – Musselburgh Library or by searching Jobs/Vacancies on www.eastlothian.gov.uk
The reference number for this post is EAL01968.
The vacancy is also advertised on www.myjobscotland.gov.uk and in the Job Centre.
Please see below link to electrical installation apprenticeship opportunities