Due to weather and travel conditions the WFHS Parent Partnership meeting tonight is cancelled.
Please see the following link for Urdu translation of the UNCRC global charter of children/young people’s rights:
Woodfarm High School Thursday 13 September 2018
4.00pm – 5.30pm
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Universal Credit is coming to East Renfrewshire on 26 September – to find out if it will affect you and where you can find help, visit www.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/uc
Education Public Task Privacy Notice, for more information please click here.
The Parent Partnership will be holding it’s AGM & first meeting of the school year on Wednesday 19th September at 6:30pm in the school boardroom.
All parents & carers are very welcome to attend. The Head Teacher will be giving an update on the School Improvement plan & SQA results.
Please click here for the summer Newsletter.
WFHS will close for the summer holidays on Wednesday 27th June at 1:05pm. Wednesday 27th June will also be a dress as you please day (no football colours).
Session 2018-19 starts on Wednesday 15th August 2018 at 8:45am.
I hope you all have a wonderful summer.
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TMP Aspire Event this summer 2018, running in London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Birmingham.
Our one-day Aspire event is perfect for Year 8-12 students considering a career in medicine as well as informing parents about the various stages involved in the medical school application process.
The aim of Aspire is to reach students from all backgrounds – tickets cost just £20 for a student and £30 for a student + parent.
Students will gain invaluable insights from admissions tutors at top UK medical schools, expert guidance from TMP advisors, qualified doctors and current medical students.
Key topics covered will include:
- Applying to Medicine – stages of applying to medical school
- Life as a Medical Student – what is medical school really like?
- The Admissions Tutor Perspective – what do medical school admission tutors look for?
- Life as a Junior Doctor – what happens when you graduate?
- Medical Work Experience – how can you find medical work experience?
- Preparing for Interviews – how can you prepare for the tricky med school interview?The poster for the event can be found here and individual places can be booked through this link.
The British Deaf Association Give Me BSL project has organised free training for parents of Deaf children and young people between the ages of 8 – 21.The sessions will take place in Kilmarnock on Saturday 23rd June and in Motherwell on Sunday 24th June.
Full information is on the attached poster, click here.