Oxford University is doing a Scottish School tour this month. They will be in Williamwood High School on the 18th September 2012 at 6:30 pm.
This is a very good talk about applying to Oxford and pupils will be given some good tips. Any student who is applying this year, or indeed next year, is invited to attend.
If you are interested please give your name to Mrs Crilley as soon as possible. Cambridge students should attend this as well.
Applications are now invited for any pupil who would like to audition for the WSSO. You must be around Grade 6 level.
Please see Miss Borland for details. The closing date for applications is the end of October.
Feel free to come down to the New Gym every Wednesday to play table tennis. All year groups welcome. Boys and girls. See if you can beat the staff too!
Indoor trainers and a t-shirt are required to take part and lunch must be eaten beforehand.
Reminder to all the boys that they are ALL expected to be make a small improvement in their wall-ball scores by Wednesday, regardless how small. first hand normal, first hand single-handed, first hand one-footed and repeat with your second hand.
Mr Wyroslawski has sourced 5 additional sets of kit so there are 5 more places on the boys lacrosse team.
Could all old and new Eco Project members please meet with Miss Ferguson in room E3 today (Monday) at 12:30pm. Important information about Wednesday’s ministerial visit and presentation of the 1500th Green Flag will be given.
Charities Week is only 7 weeks away. Now is the time to start thinking about what YOU are going to do this year to contribute to Charities Week.
If you are a singer, dancer, acrobat, juggler, comedian, musician … start thinking now about your act for the lunchtime shows. If you want to be involved in an activity such as cake baking, 5 – a – side football, tombola stall or whatever you think might help make money … now is the time to start talking to your pals to get some ideas.
Over the next few weeks you will be given details of how to go ahead and start up your fund raising activity. Meanwhile, get the thinking caps on and start talking to your friends about your ideas… and start practising your act if you want to be part of the lunchtime shows.
Anything you want to ask at this stage … see Mrs Hamilton in Business Studies or Miss Khan or Mr O’Donnell in Maths.