Download Microsoft Office Apps for Free
Glow Users can now download for free the Microsoft Office 2016 apps on up to 15 personal devices; up to 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets (Windows, iPad and Android) and 5 phones.
Making the these apps available helps Glow users take full advantage of the opportunities these tools offer. The Office apps which include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote provide a learning platform that translates beyond school and into the world of work.
To download the Office 2016 apps, log in to Glow and either click on the Download Office Now tile or go to the Office 365 Home tile and once in O365, click on “Install Office 2016” at the top right of the page.
Further details here
Click on link for the latest netball match report
Match report: Lathallan HS v Eastwood HS
Click on link below for information on how parents can help pupils to prepare for National 5 French and Spanish
S4 Parents Help Sheet
Victoria Xu in S5 won 1st place (in the 16-20 year old category!) with her entry into the prestigious National Museum of Scotland’s Annual Christmas Art competition.
Senior Sport Journalist’s article for the recent senior football game against Lanark Grammar.
Click on link below.
Match Report – Eastwood vs Lanark Grammar
As of the 1st of January 2017, all 16-18 year olds will be required to hold a newer version of the Young Scot National Entitlement Card to access reduced bus and rail fares. Young Scot and your local authority are working to upgrade as many cards held by 15-18 year olds as possible before the New Year.
Please have a look at your young person’s card. The latest version of the cards have a pink strip over the date of birth.
If the card is missing a pink strip then please visit young.scot/upgrade for details on how to upgrade the card and update your picture.
A replacement can also be arranged through any of the local NEC verification points, full details are on the website.
While you are visiting young.scot, take a few moments to look at the opportunities, discounts, rewards and information services for young people.
For more information visit young.scot/upgrade
Click link below for information on Eastwood High School’s attainment and equity 2016.
ParentPay will be introduced to Eastwood High School early in December, please click on links below for more information.
Well done to all pupils, best set of results ever!
Alishah Nazir, Amarah Saeed and Caitlin Roberts
Click on links below for details on a competition where pupils interested in a law degree can enter to get funding for university
Welcome to the Modern Law firm
Bursary rules Scotland
A special well done to our House Athletics Team Captains who did a wonderful job of organising their teams!
The S1’s took part in their annual House Athletics Championships on Tuesday. This event saw pupils taking part in a number of track and field athletic events. The sun was shining throughout and the pupils had a fantastic time competing against the other houses and cheering everyone on. Auldhouse finished 1st with Balgray a close 2nd, Duncarnock 3rd and Capelrig 4th – well done S1!
Over 300 secondary pupils participated in the annual East Renfrewshire Secondary Games event, competing in various commonwealth sports. 38 of our S1-S3 pupils represented the school in numerous categories including Table Tennis, Football, Lawn Bowls, Netball, Rugby and Hockey. Our Table Tennis team returned home with medals after placing 3rd overall in the tournament. The efforts shown by pupils was outstanding – well done to all involved!
As the Summer holidays draw closer, many children will be spending more time than they usually do using their smartphones, tablets and laptops. While this “smart” technology gives children and young people access to new and exciting ways of communicating with each other, it can also present adults with the challenge of keeping abreast of developments on social media and making sure that their children are safe online.
respectme, is offering FREE practical Online Safety Training for adults within the Glasgow area during July and August. The training will run from 10.00am – 12.00pm.
The training is designed to increase adults’ awareness of bullying and the other risks and challenges children and young people face online. This training includes a practical, hands-on session, which will take you through the process for setting and managing profiles and privacy settings on social media channels such as Facebook and Instagram, to help ensure children and young people’s online safety.
To find out more and reserve a space using our online booking system, please visit www.respectme.org.uk and click on the ‘training’ tab.