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S5 Pupils- College Course Offering for S6.

There is an option to study a course at college as part of your S6 studies. This is a great opportunity to try something different and achieve a qualification that isn’t on offer in school.
Below are some videos/ links that explain more about what each course involves and also how to apply. It is very important that you let Mr Richardson know when you apply and what courses you apply for.
Registration link

The registration portal can be accessed on the link below.

Senior Phase College Course Introduction Film

List of Courses (more information attached and videos below show more about each course)

Course Level College Campus
Hospitality FA 4 City City
NPA in Bakery 4 City City
NPA Professional Cookery 4 City City
Up in the air and on the Ground 4/5 City City
Introduction to Your Future: Health, Child & Social Care 5 City City
NPA Radio & Podcasting 5 City City
NQ Introduction to Construction Skills 5 City City
SFW Financial Services 5 City City
Supply Chain Operations 5 City City
Intro to Marketing, Advertising & PR 6 City City
NPA Criminology 6 City City
NPA Cyber Security 6 City City
NPA Health & Social Care: Skills for Practice 6 City City
NPA Legal Studies 6 City City
NPA Social Services, Children & Young People 6 City City
NPA Television Production 6 City City
NPA Computer Games Development 5 Clyde Anniesland
SFW Early Learning and Childcare 5 Clyde Anniesland
Sport Through Coaching 6 Clyde Anniesland
Construction 4 Clyde Cardonald
Creative Beauty Skills and Hair Styling 4 Clyde Cardonald
Fashion & Textile Technology 5 Clyde Cardonald
Inspire Your Future 5 Clyde Cardonald
TV Production 5 Clyde Cardonald
Cyber Security 6 Clyde Cardonald
Data & Artificial Intelligence 6 Clyde Cardonald
Fashion & Textile Technology 6 Clyde Cardonald
NPA Horticulture 4 Clyde Langside
SFW Early Learning and Childcare 4 Clyde Langside
Web Design 5 Clyde Langside
Automotive Skills 4 Glasgow Clyde Anniesland
Beauty and Complementary Therapy Skills 4 Glasgow Clyde Langside
Automotive FA 4 Glasgow Kelvin Springburn
Construction FA 4 Kelvin East End
Introduction to Cafe Culture 4 Kelvin East End
SFW Early Learning and Childcare 4 Kelvin East End
Current Trends in Hairdressing & Make-up 4 Kelvin Easterhouse
SFW Early Learning and Childcare 4 Kelvin Easterhouse
Sound Production:Recording 5 Kelvin Easterhouse
Higher Dance 6 Kelvin Easterhouse
Professional Theatre Preparation 6 Kelvin Easterhouse
Construction FA 4 Kelvin Springburn
Intro to Adventure Sport & Fitness 4 Kelvin Springburn
Uniformed and Emergency Services 4 Kelvin Springburn
National 5 Psychology 5 Kelvin Springburn
NPA Building Services Engineering 5 Kelvin Springburn
NPA Construction 5 Kelvin Springburn
SFW Early Learning and Childcare 5 Kelvin Springburn
HNC Mechanical Engineering 7 Kelvin Springburn

Courses in more detail

Prospectus Courses

Senior Phase Automotive and Engineering Glasgow Clyde College

Senior Phase Beauty and Complementary Therapy Skills Glasgow Clyde College

Senior Phase Early Learning and Childcare Glasgow Clyde College

Senior Phase Hairdressing Glasgow Kelvin College

Senior Phase NPA Construction Kelvin College

Senior Phase NPA Television Production City of Glasgow College

Senior Phase Professional Theatre Preparation Glasgow Kelvin College

Senior Phase 4-7 Recruitment Event 21 Feb 2019 City of Glasgow College

Senior Phase SFW Sport and Recreation Glasgow Clyde College

Senior Phase Skills for Work Automotive Skills Glasgow Kelvin College

Senior Phase Up in the Air and Down on the Ground City of Glasgow College

Senior Phase Young Women into Construction City of Glasgow College

COP26 Volunteer Programme

The UK will host the international summit at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow on 1 – 12 November 2021 and Glasgow City Council is looking for a team of around 1000 friendly, outgoing and enthusiastic volunteers to support the staging of this globally significant event.


Anyone interested in volunteering is invited to step forward and submit their application at Applications are open now until Wednesday, 31 March.


These vital climate talks are expected to bring together the largest gathering of heads of state ever hosted in the UK, alongside climate experts and campaigners, to agree coordinated action to tackle the climate emergency.


A variety of volunteer roles will be available in both Glasgow and Edinburgh, including providing information on the conference and the venues, supporting delegates staying in and travelling around the city, and promoting the best of what Glasgow and Scotland has to offer.


S1-S3 Pupil and Parent/ Carer Medicine Information Event

An Introduction to Medicine

WAMGCC in collaboration with the charity You Can be a Doctor and a number of other organisations we are hosting an online information evening for pupils in S1-3 and their parents who are thinking about studying medicine or simply interested in finding out more about the career.

Join us for an evening of presentations from consultant doctors, GPs, medical students, and more to learn about what it’s like to be a doctor and how you can get there. This evening is intended for any pupil in S1 – S3 at a Scottish state school who is thinking about becoming a doctor, is interested in science, or who has a passion for looking after others. We also welcome parents of any budding doctors! The talks will be packed with information but we will also have an open text chat that pupils (and parents) can use to ask questions and chat directly to doctors and medical students. As work experience is difficult to find at the moment this session is sure to provide a valuable opportunity for pupils to explore the possibilities that being a doctor can offer them!

The event is to be held on Tuesday December 15th. 7-9pm. A recording will also go online on the charity’s YouTube channel afterwards. The event is entirely free but to register for an access code please visit:

You Can Be A Doctor – Advice for pupils who want to study medicineYou Can Be A Doctor is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Charity number SC046620 Remember, applying to medicine is your

(It is worth noting the registration system works best using Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers).

For more information please email:

S3- Social Media- Fake News Project

We are delighted to be working with the University of Glasgow to create and design a project on helping young people to spot fake news, photoshopped images, etc.

This is a fantastic opportunity for pupils and will look fantastic on future university, college or employment applications.

Fake news reaches more people and spreads more quickly than the truth and is believed around 75% of the time.  Are you interested in working with academics and Instagram influencers to create a programme to teach young people about fake news? If so, please consider joining our team. We will ask you to come along to some meetings to discuss what topics you think should be covered in the programme (e.g. fake news, spotting photoshop, deepfakes) and helping us design some activities to explore the topics.  We will then package up the programme and it will be delivered in your school and other schools across the UK.  You will develop skills like teamwork and research and have the opportunity to shape a national level project

We are looking for a group of S3 pupils to be involved in this project. If you are interested please contact Mr Richardson on

Future Pathways Evening

This year our Future Pathways Evening will take place online. Below you will find a range of resources all created to support you and your child in the transition from school to college, university, apprenticeships or employment.

On Monday the 16th of November from 6:30pm to 7:15pm Mr Richardson and Mr Neil will host a online question and answer session. Please look over the resources below and come along to the meeting if you have any questions. The meeting will take place via Microsoft Teams and joining instructions have been sent to S4, S5 and S6 Teams pages.


1.) Introduction Presentation- Mr Richardson

2.) S6- The Bridge- Mr Neil

3.) Skills Development Scotland (Careers Advisors)-  Pathways 2020

4.) College Transitions- School Presentation 2021

5.) University Transitions

6.) SAAS (Student Award Agency Scotland)- Student funding information.

Useful links;






University of Strathclyde Events

Virtual Open Days

Our Undergraduate Open Days will be taking place virtually this year on:


Wednesday 28th October        1.30pm – 6pm

Saturday 14th November         10am – 2.30pm


More information will be posted as and when it becomes available on our website here.


Higher Education Information Evenings

At this time of year we would ordinarily be visiting many schools to provide information to parents as well as pupils about the UCAS process. In recognition of this we have scheduled Information Evenings which will be particularly useful for parents. Our first one of these was very successful and well attended.  Please pass this information on to your students. You and your students can register for one of the dates provided here:


Thursday 8th October 6pm


Monday 19th October 6pm


As always you  contact us on and we may be able to arrange an alternative date for your school.


UCAS Events


UCAS are running a number of subject specific virtual events over the coming weeks. Strathclyde will be in attendance along with a wide selection of other Universities from across the UK. The details are as follows:


16th October     Biological and Physical Sciences

23rd October     Social Sciences, Humanities and Teaching

2nd November   Maths, Engineering and Computing


For further information please visit the UCAS site:


UK University Search Fair


UK University Search are holding a virtual fair on Wednesday 11th November. Strathclyde will be in attendance along with a number of other Universities. For further information please see here.

Business Apprenticeship Information Evening

Ernest Young are hosting a virtual information evening for anyone interested in a business apprenticeship in the finance industry.
This is a great opportunity to find out more information and some hints and tips that will be useful when applying for apprenticeships.
More information is available in the below link
Please speak to Mr Richardson once you have registered or if you need any more information.