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Congratulations to the following pupils who all received a bursary from the Catenian Association Bursary Fund.
Jade Baillie (6a8), Katie Baxter (6a9), Laura Docherty (6a10), Niamh Docherty (6a4), Amy Harte (6a6), Niamh Miller (6a1) and Kirsty Toner (6a2).
Each year the fund gives cash grants (nothing to repay) of over £100,000 to young Catholics between the ages of 16 and 24, who work as helpers on Diocesan and HCPT pilgrimages to Lourdes or volunteer to work on projects around the world.
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Conditions apply so please read the guidance notes carefully. If you have any queries as to whether you are eligible please contact the administrator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last chance to apply for the exciting career opportunities available at McDonald’s Restaurants
Deadline extended to Wednesday 28 February 2018
We’re looking for people that are comfortable rolling up their sleeves and getting involved. Quick learners that have providing a great customer experience and delivering high standards at the top of their minds.
The ability to maintain high energy levels whilst working efficiently is also essential. Finally, we are looking for those that have an aptitude towards problem solving, decision making and motivating, leading and inspiring people.
Check out our apprenticeship role and apply today!
McDonald’s Management Degree Apprenticeship
McDonald’s School Leaver programme lasts five years and gives students the opportunity to follow a structured training programme, which leads to valuable qualifications. At the end of it, participants will have gained loads of practical experience and progressed through different management roles. They will have helped make real business decisions and could even go on to manage their own restaurant.
There is a financial advantage, too. The School Leaver Management Degree Apprenticeship is a great opportunity to earn while you learn. You won’t have the tuition fees, or the student loan, but you will be paid a competitive salary that increases as you progress through the programme.
The programme initially leads to a level 3 apprenticeship. You then have the opportunity to gain a BA (hons) degree in business management and retail, and chartered manager status with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Arnold Clark 2018 vacancies are now LIVE!
Vacancies will run open until Friday 9 March. All vacancies can now be found on our website below:
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Thursday 8 February
As part of their commitment to advancing the STEM agenda, the University of the West of Scotland are delighted to advise you that they are launching two new concurrent degrees in September 2018.
The courses’ combination of substantive subject knowledge, whilst studying education modules, offers an exciting new route into teaching. Graduates receive the formal teaching qualification necessary for provisional registration with the GTCS with a guaranteed one-year induction post that enables them to complete a year’s probation and achieve the standard required for full registration with the General Teaching Council for Scotland.
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Please see the following information for the Higher Chemistry Prelim:
The dates for Higher Chemistry supported study are:
These sessions will cover general revision in preparation for the prelim. They are in addition to the targeted supported study (for selected pupils) offered on a Wednesday after school.
6th year STEM pupils can find out about the diverse range of opportunities and careers in the field of medical research on 13 March and 14 March 2018 at Glasgow and Dundee Science Centre.
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