Scholar have released their latest support video for learners. This new resource, “Studying for SQA Qualifications Using SCHOLAR”, has been created to show learners how to use SCHOLAR in their studies as they work towards a National 5, Higher or Advanced Higher qualification. The video is suitable for learners with no prior experience of SCHOLAR, but may also be of benefit to students with summative assessments or exams approaching who may wish to use the interactive course materials and automatically marked, end of topic and end of unit assessments for consolidation and revision.
The new video is available at http://bit.ly/StudyWithSCHOLAR
East Renfrewshire’s Citizens’ Panel is seeking your opinion:
How have you found life during lockdown? Please tell us about your experience of life and services in East Renfrewshire at www.bit.ly/join-ercp or call 0800 433 7212
The events are virtual and a good opportunity to find out more about key roles and life in the Royal Air Force.
There will also be a recruiter present to answer any questions about the RAF.
The first event is being held on Wednesday 17th March and the second event will be held on Thursday 25th March.
To find out more information and to take part, you will find an interactive link on each flyer below that will take you through to EventBrite to book a free ticket.
The Royal Air Force Access All Areas 17 March Event
The Royal Air Force Access All Areas 25 March Event
Skills Development Scotland would like to know what parents and carers think about Scotland’s careers services.
The aim of this research is to ask parents and carers about their awareness and use of Skills Development Scotland services and how they talk to their child about careers. This information will allow SDS to better understand the needs of parents & carers and to better shape our services. The questions should take around 10 minutes to complete.
Enter the SDS parent and carer survey on careers services: https://sdscustomerfeedback.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5yzz5v0qpAkhVzv
Feedback from the parent and carer survey will be shared with partner organisations.
The survey will close at 5pm on 31 May 2021
Browne Jacobson are offering a two day virtual work experience placement during the Easter holidays.
They are a top 50 law firm with offices all over the UK. The placement aims to provide students with an insight into how a law firm works, the different departments they have, and an opportunity to talk with different solicitors.
- Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th April, 9am – 4pm each day
- Partner welcome talk
- An insight to law, the different departments and areas of work (including non law routes)
- Breakout rooms with solicitors talking about different areas of law
- Workshops & interactive sessions
- Open to all S5 and S6 pupils
- FREE opportunity but limited spaces
All parents/carers and pupils have been sent an email from the Headteacher which explains the return to school for pupils starting next week. The email also includes a copy of timetables for the next three weeks. Pupils have been sent this email to their Glow email account.
All parents/carers have been emailed this letter from the Director of Education. A copy can also be found here.
Are you a budding photographer? Have you taken some interesting photos on your walks/exercise during lockdown? Here is a link to a photography competition, the theme is Climate Change.
The competition is open until August so there is still plenty of time to think about an entry. One entry per person.
When ready, the entry must be emailed to Miss Clelland who will then upload to the competition site for you.
You don’t need to send an image yet, just your name and year group to note your interest, I can get images from you when you are ready to send them. Details on how to contact Miss Clelland is on your S1-S3 year group GC pages.
Many thanks, get snapping! 😎
The NHS are re-running their “Meet the Medics” online at 19:00 on Wednesday 24th March.
This event is for anyone who intends to apply to medical school in October 2021 who has not had the opportunity to shadow doctors face-to-face or to speak directly to doctors about the career. Candidates will be placed in small groups and will have the opportunity to speak to several pairs of doctors from a number of specialties and also medical students from the Scottish medical schools throughout the evening. Feedback from previous Meet the Medics events has been excellent, giving a greater insight into the highs and lows of a life in medicine – which is vital for a successful medical school application.
To apply for the event – please visit:
Events – You Can Be A Doctor
Meet the medics
Details of Morgan Stanley Apprenticeships can be found here.
Please find a copy of week 3 S4-S6 practical timetable here. This is for week beginning Monday 8th March.