North Lanarkshire’s Working

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Mar 092017
 

If you are unemployed, living in North Lanarkshire and looking to get into work North Lanarkshire’s Working can help. Over the last 4 years North Lanarkshire’s Working have supported over 7000 people into work and with thier new Prospects programme will continue to do so.

Working closely with their partners at Routes to Work they offer a wide range of support, training and advice including in work support, training and confidence building and other council services such as Debt and Money Advice. North Lanarkshire’s Working also support businesses throughout North Lanarkshire offering a variety of programmes, help and advice for local businesses.

Apr 262017
 

GOOD TEACHING & LEARNING ALERTS

We are all given time to discuss our work with the teacher.

 

Apr 182017
 

SAAS are now accepting online applications for 2017-2018 from the middle of April. You should apply before 30 June 2017 if you want your funding in place at the start of your course. You can apply with a conditional offer so there is no need to wait for exam results. You can also change your details after you have applied for your funding, once you receive your exam results.

You can check our website and social media pages for further updates.

Apr 182017
 

GOOD TEACHING & LEARNING ALERTS

We get the chance to discuss tasks with our neighbour as this helps our understanding and builds our confidence.

Rotary Club Technology Tournament 2017

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Mar 272017
 

A team of S1 and S3 pupils from the Technologies Faculty at Coltness High School recently entered the Rotary Club Technology Tournament 2017 at Kilsyth Academy. The team was supported at the event by their Technical teacher, Mr Marc McDonald.

The S1 team performed incredibly well on the day, however the brilliant S3 design team emerged as overall winners out of the North Lanarkshire Schools.

The winning team are pictured with their beautiful glass winner’s trophy and they will also receive a certificate of achievement to mark the occasion. The boys successfully designed a vehicle which was powered by an electric motor and which was decorated with a suitable, charity-based logo. The winning S3 group chose to promote the British Heart Foundation.


 

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