Please check the S5/6 Assembly Team for updated information on yearbook, hoodies and other maters. Thanks
Any new S6 student thinking of applying to Edinburgh Napier University should consider attending these online sessions. They will help with what course to pick and what would be useful to include in a personal statement. If you require any further information please contact Miss Robertson. Greetings from Edinburgh Napier University! We are running a series of online presentations for those considering studying an Undergraduate course at Edinburgh Napier University. They will provide professional guidance as to what course to pick which University to choose and what to write in your personal statement. Our Academic staff have also recorded presentations providing Information relating to courses. The sessions are free to access and details are here: 28 May 2020 14:00 – Student Experience 16 June 2020 11:00 – International Festival & Events Management (pre-recorded) 14:00 – International Tourism Management (pre-recorded) 17 June 2020 14:00 – BA English & BA English & Film (pre-recorded) 18
There will be a drop-in session in the Library on Wednesday 24th April from 11am til lunchtime regarding Apprenticeships being offered by North Lanarkshire Council. This event for S5 & S6 is a great opportunity with lots of opening available. Come along to get more information on Apprenticeships.
Scholar offer a range of online homework sessions for a number of subjects, you can access them from the links below. A full list of all up and coming sessions can be found here. Theme: Expansion of the universe Subjects: Higher Physics Audience: Student When: Monday, 6 November 2017 6:00 PM Presented by: Grant McAllister, SCHOLAR Online Tutor for Physics Session link: http://heriot-watt.adobeconnect.com/scholarhomework (Enter as a Guest) Theme: Portfolio Subjects: Higher English Audience: Student When: Tuesday, 7 November 2017 6:00 PM Presented by: Gary Smith, SCHOLAR Online Tutor for English Session link: http://heriot-watt.adobeconnect.com/scholarhomework (Enter as a Guest) Theme: Avoiding and correcting coding errors (Download worksheet) Subjects: Higher Computing Science Audience: Student When: Wednesday, 8 November 2017 6:30 PM Presented by: Ian King, SCHOLAR Online Tutor for Computing Science Session link: http://heriot-watt.adobeconnect.com/scholarhomework (Enter as a Guest) Theme: Expanding brackets & Factorising (Download worksheet) Subjects: National 5 Maths Audience: Student When: Thursday, 9 November
Exams begin on Monday 18th January 2016. Pupils must attend school as normal during the exams. There is NO study leave for pupils. Pupils will follow their normal timetable when they do not have exams. Pupils must attend exams promptly, with equipment etc and in full school uniform. Please Note Please arrive at least 10 minutes before exam starts. SQA exam rules will be applied by invigilators – please listen carefully to all instructions. Additional Notes: Hospitality Practical date for individual pupils will be advised by dept. Music Nat 5 and Adv H will be arranged by dept. French and Spanish Listening will be arranged by dept.
Exam Guidelines S4,5 &6 Exam Timetable
The SQA’s personal Timetable Builder app is available for download. This app allows you to Create your own personal timetable, add SQA exams and add non SQA custom exams. Add notes, display exam times as either a list or calendar and send timetables to your e-mail. Integrate into other calendars (eg. Google calendar, Outlook) and view help, guidance and study guides. If you would rather have a copy of the Exam Timetable for 2015, then just click the link.