Friday 27th March All Year Groups Could those pupils (and staff) going on Saturdays trip to Kilmartin Glen please ensure you wear a waterproof jacket, stout shoes and warm clothes. We will meet at the front gate of the school at Gower Terrace at 0900 sharp and return to school at 1800. All pupils who are currently down as reserves for Saturday WILL be allowed to go on the trip. Please make sure you are also at the school gates at 9am on Saturday morning Clubs Woodwind Group Miss Skingley/ Mr Shaw All woodwind players welcome 1pm Music Department Bhangra Club S6 Leaders (&Mrs Moore) All girls welcome PE Dept 3-4pm Committees Fairtrade Committee Meeting When: Fridays Time: 12.45 pm Where: Mrs Summer’s Maths room. Are you interested in Fair Trade issues? Join us for our Fairtrade meetings. New members welcome! Find out more from Mrs Summers. Anti Bullying Committee The ABC will meet at 1pm in Miss Kennedy’s History room (every Friday). There will also be an Anti-Bullying drop it at the same time, should anyone want to come along to discuss/report any bullying issues. S5/6 Supported Study Supported Study is on tonight Please take advantage of this as it is there to help you improve your results. It is well known that those who attend Supported Study score better in the exams 3– 4pm S4/5/6 Physics S Dadgostar Prom Payments All prom payments must be paid this week. Wednesday – Friday Mrs Johnston’s Office 1pm-1.20pm We are also going to have a slide show at prom, could you please send suitable pictures to Zahrah’s email (see the pond area noticeboard for her address or send them on the school system). Zahrah and Sean Career Appointments Could the following pupils please register at tutor time then make their way to the CARE room (2nd Floor) to collect an appointment card for today’s career appointments: IF YOU DO NOT COLLECT YOUR CARD YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED OUT OF CLASS S5/6 Acturian Apprenticeship Are you enthusiastic, full of potential and keen to keep learning? Are you interested in getting a professional qualification but instead of going to University full time you would like to work towards your qualification at the same time earning money and actually working on the job? AON provides risk management, insurance and reinsurance brokerage, human resource solutions and outsourcing services and they are keen to employ S6 leavers into their new apprenticeship programmes. For more information, please see Miss McWaters or speak to Jennifer (careers) or Lisa (Employability) in the CARE room. An Aon Apprenticeship is a brilliant choice. Here’s why: • Aon Apprentices have real jobs. • Apprentices will be a permanent Aon employee from the word go. • Aon Apprentices are paid to learn (starting salary - £16,000 -£18,000 plus beneifts) • Apprentices will earn a competitive starting salary that grows with your experience. • Aon will support their professional studies and personal development Software Developer Modern Apprenticeship Join the next wave of Technology innovators! Modern Apprentices will complete both the Diploma for Information Technology & Telecommunications at SCQF as well as HNC qualification (Level 7) and additional HND units (Level 8) in Software Development or Computer Science. This training will be a mixture of day release and on-site portfolio completion. The programme will run over the course of 23 months. The application for Software Developer Modern Apprentices in the Glasgow office is now open and can be found http://techcareers.jpmorgan.com/techcareers/jpmorgan/careers/europe/tech/op portunities/apprenticeship The important aspect for those applying is to complete the text based (300 words or less) questions, upload a CV and confirm which qualifications they have obtained and/or are currently working towards. See Miss McWaters/Lisa in CARE room ASAP about this opportunity S4 Speaking Exams Please remember to go to Mrs Albarracin’s room at the following times for your Talking Assessments: 4C Career Appointments Please register at tutor time then make your way to the CARE room (2nd Floor) to collect an appointment card for today’s career appointments: Careers Trip The following pupils should meet with Miss McWaters at the main entrance at 9.20am tomorrow for the Careers trip to the University of West of Scotland: S3 Careers Trip The following pupils must remember to meet Miss McWaters at the main entrance at 9.20 tomorrow for the Careers trip to the University of West of Scotland: S2 Under 14’s football There will be a match against Castlemilk High on Monday the 30th of March and Wednesday the 1st of April against John Paul Academy Team members must remember their strips and boots and come to a meeting on Monday at morning interval. S1 Fairtrade Meeting New members welcome. 1pm Maths room 8 Mrs Summers Under 14’s football There will be a match against Castlemilk High on Monday the 30th of March and Wednesday the 1st of April against John Paul Academy Team members must remember their strips and boots and come to a meeting on Monday at morning interval.