Course Choice Advice

When choosing which subjects to study, you should consider:

  • what are my skills – what am I good at?
  • what are my interests – what do I enjoy?
  • what job am I interested in/what career area am I interested in?

You are recommended to take a range of subjects –  this is due to the fact that:

  • you may change your mind in the future and decide to follow a very different career path
  • the job you are interested in may not exist in the future
  • you have to be prepared/have the skills to fit the future job market

You should conduct research:

  • make sure you are making decisions and choosing subjects which will allow you to progress to the course/job/apprenticeship you are interested in.
  • Click here for more advice (and an example) on course choice research

 Advice from Senior/Ex Pupils – click here

 

Advice from Skills Development Scotland- Course Choice TOOL

 


Course Choice Information Evening, 7/2/19 –  Click here

 


Course Choice Forms – Click here

In S2 – pupils choose 9 subjects to study in S3 

(they will also have maths, english and CORE PSE, RME, PE and leadership on their timetable)

In S3 – pupils choose 7 subjects to study in S4

(pupils will also have CORE PSE, RME and PE on their timetable)

in S4 – pupils choose 5 subjects to study in S5

(pupils will also have CORE PSE, RME and PE on their timetable)

in S5 – pupils choose 4 subjects to study in S6

(pupils will also have CORE HWB on their timetable) 


 

at Balfron High School

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