East Renfrewshire Council currently has vacancies for Modern Apprentices in the following skill areas:
– Road Worker
For further information and to apply please visit https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/east-renfrewshire-council/jobs
Three opportunities have arisen to train with local employers, two in the hairdressing industry and one in the automotive mechanical industry. Further details can be found by clicking on the links below:
Hairdressing, Clarkston Reference WER266
Hairdressing, Clarkston Reference WER267
Car Mechanic, Eaglesham Reference WER268
As a part of the social subjects carousel system, pupils in S2 Modern Studies created a news report about sports day. This video can be viewed here.
The Oxfam group has been working throughout the year to raise money for Oxfam. Earlier this week, Gareth (S6), a member of the Oxfam group at Williamwood High School, presented Liz Sim who is the manager of the Oxfam shop in The Avenue, Newton Mearns with a cheque for £1670. The money will be used to build a well for a school to provide them with clean water for drinking and washing. Congratulations to the Oxfam group on their excellent fundraising activities.
Congratulations to the Williamwood High School team who achieved second place in the Scottish Schools Summer Dual Slalom at Hillhead. Well done to Kieran, Andrew, Tom, Ross and Kyle.
Well done to Stuart (S2) who entertained the children in the Cart Mill Family Centre today dressed as ‘The Cat in the Hat’. Stuart was incredibly professional in his role and performed twice. The children have been learning about rhyme and using the Dr. Seuss books. Well done Stuart!
A fantastic Modern Apprenticeship opportunity has arisen within the Human Resources department of Morgan Stanley.
1 HR Coverage
Provide administration support to the HR Coverage officers including typing, documenting meetings, scanning to employee files.
Support the employee on boarding and exit process
Support the sickness absence process
Complete employee file audits
Complete updates to employee records
Support the Talent Manager with the organisation of events including enrolment and evaluation
Support the production of presentation and data packs
Provide administrative support to employee networks
3. General Administration
General diary management
Support team events and projects e.g. Diversity Month
For further information and to apply contact Lorraine Glendinning, of Microcom, via email email@example.com
S6 pupils should ensure that they submit their blazer into Man’s World for braiding by 15 July in order to ensure that it is completed in time for the start of the new term in August. Costs are £17 for S6 braiding and £24 for head girl, head boy, depute and prefect braiding.
New S6 pupils can hand in their blazers to be braided on Wednesday 22 June between 11am and 1pm. Costs are £17 for S6 braiding and £24 for head girl, head boy, depute and prefect braiding. Braiding should be paid on Wednesday 22 June.
Congratulations to the following S6 pupils who have been successful in achieving a depute position after today’s elections:
|Depute Head Girl
||Depute Head Boy
|| Matthew Anderson
|| David Allen
|| Aidan Comerford
|| Joshua Dube
|| David Elliot
|| David Ross Lupton
|| Dan MacKinnon
|| Matthew MacLeod
|| Gareth Marchon
|| Ross Overdijking
|| Calum Robson
|| Cooper Smylie
|| Andrew Woods
Congratulations to Craig Thomson (S3) who won the West of Scotland Tennis Championships in the U14 age category on Sunday 12 June 2016 which was played at Newlands Tennis Club from 10-12 June 2016. Despite being seeded 8th, Craig beat a range of excellent players on the way to a final in which he beat another Giffnock boy, 7-5, 6-1 in an exciting match. Craig also played in the U16 West of Scotland Championships between 17-19 June 2016 where he reached the semi-final before losing to the 3rd seed. This is a great achievement given that all the players he played against were older. Well done Craig!
Congratulations to Kerry (S4) who won best new delegate at the Model United Nations conference at Earlston High School. 20 Williamwood pupils will now attend a MUN workshop at Hutcheson Grammar this Wednesday afternoon to build on their experiences and will have lunch organised by the Scottish Refugee Council.
Calling all pupils interested in playing netball. After a 3 year hiatus, the resurrection of the East Renfrewshire District Netball is upon us. Trials for this squad will be held on Thursday 16 June 2016 at St. Ninian’s High School. Trials are open to players who are 13 – 16 years old to play with the U15 and U17 squads.
Due to the high volume of trialists, an additional trial date has been added. This is taking place on Thursday 23 June 2016 at St. Ninian’s High School sports hall. The U17 trials (must be under 17 years old on 31/12/16) is 5-7pm. U15 trials (must be under 15 years old on 31/12/16) is 6-8pm. A late trial date will also be announced in August for those unable to attend.
Anyone interested in participating in the ladies’ netball league can find out more information here.