WW1 Memorial Book
The Clydebank High World War One Memorial Book is now available for pre-order! A limited number
of copies will be arriving in the school shortly and you can receive your own copy/copies for £5 each.
To order your copy, please phone the school office on 0141 533 3000
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Supported Study Programme
We offer pupils an extensive and impressive range of ‘out of hours activities’ here at Clydebank High School, which forms our Supported Study programme. By taking part in these activities, pupils can actually improve their grades.
S5 Supported Study Programme
S6 Supported Study Programme
Uniform; Top of your January Sales list? Perhaps not, but this is a good time to update your child’s school uniform.
Our pupils have looked wonderful this term in their school shirts and ties. Now we ask for your support in 2015 in addressing the range of shoes and trousers worn by pupils. Shoes should be black. School Trousers should be black, plain and straight legged. NO jeans, jeggings, leggings, or skinny styles. We are aware pupils report that everybody is wearing them, and teachers don’t say anything, but these statements are not accurate.
Uniform helps us identify Clydebank High pupils quickly and easy around school and its vicinity, when we have visitors or school trips a pupils first impression makes a big impression. In classrooms we have experienced that uniform helps create a purposeful environment. Please support us by equipping and maintaining appropriate uniform throughout the year starting on 5th January 2015.
This year’s Christmas concert saw a huge variety of high-quality music being performed by a wide range of pupils and staff to a very appreciative audience. It was a wonderful evening filled with a true festive spirit with performances from the school’s orchestra and Choir.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to all the pupils, families and friends of Clydebank High School who supported the Includem Christmas Appeal. Representatives from the Charity collected donations from the School yesterday and were overwhelmed by your generosity and goodwill. Thank you for helping to spread some cheer at this festive season.
A number of S1 pupils worked hard to raise money from members of the local Clydebank community for a sponsored Fast.
The Fast took place for a whole day in June this year. The pupils did without food for the school day and were invited to come to An RME classroom at lunchtime, to listen to a guest speaker, Anne Strang, from Save the Children Fund. Anne explained what this organisation does to help children in need around the world, and how the sponsorship money would be spent. She gratefully received a cheque for £291.00.
I stressed to the pupils that they have contributed to saving lives and should be very proud of themselves.
Clydebank High school celebrated Book Week Scotland with all S1, 2 and 3 pupils taking part in Readathon and staff decorating their doors and dressing up as book characters. It was a huge amount of fun and generated a lot of discussion about favourite books and hopefully gave pupils ideas about books they may not have read before or reminding them of books they may have loved when they were younger.
Here are some of the highlights!
As part of WDC Libraries annual Booxfactor Event, Clydebank High pupils have recently been lucky enough to attend two author visits in the school library.
All the pupils involved in both visits greatly enjoyed the experience, with some being inspired to
write more of their own creative material, and others choosing to borrow the authors’ books to
further their reading. As ever, our pupils were a credit to their school, contributed wholeheartedly,
and were polite and enthusiastic during both events.
S3 recently took part in the Coca Cola Real Business Challenge as part of the Technologies IDL. Their brief was to create a new healthy drink which represented one of the nations taking part in the 2015 Special Olympics. The pupils formed company groups comprising students from each of the 4 Technology subjects.
The winner will now be entered into a national competition to compete with schools from all over Scotland. Good luck!
|Ebola Fund Raising
Pupils generously raised £760 for the disaster emergencies funds. The fund raising event was led by our house captains who organised a wear your jeans day.
Thank you to all staff and pupils for supporting this event.
Clydebank High School’s Pila Committee are returning to the slops of Pila, Italy during the month of March 2015. Pila has a bewitching natural landscape with a magnificent view sweeping the Alps, from Mont Blanc to Monte Rosa and the Matterhorn.
Visit or Facebook page for more information.
Engineering Industry Event
Pupils are being offered a fantastic opportunity to engage with key engineering firms to take part in an engineering activity, gain careers advice and talk to college and university all in one place during one event...all of the information you could possibly need to make an informed career decision is right in front of you! This event is open to S5 and S6 pupils interested in pursuing a career in engineering.
Location: St Peter the Apostle High School
Date: Wednesday 26 November 2014
Time: 2.30pm - 5.00pm
On Sunday 9th November, a group of pupils along with Mr Hamilton were invited to represent the school at the University of Glasgow’s Remembrance Service in the Bute Hall. The service paid tribute to all those in the armed forces who have either been killed or injured during active service and featured contributions from speakers such as John Lowrie Morrison OBE (Jolomo) and Reverend Dr Kevin Francis. After the service, a further ceremony was held on the University grounds when a ceremonial parade took place with representatives from the Army, Navy and Royal Air Force marching past the University’s flagpole.
|Special Edition Newsletter - Malawi |
Check out this months special edition of our newsletter. Novembers newsletter includes pictures, personal stories and detail of how Clydebank High pupils and staff supported various charities using the money raised throughout the year.
Our feeder primary schools visited the High School on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st. Pupils took part in Social Subjects, Science and Practical Classes. We look forward to welcoming them back after the Christmas holidays. View the images here.
| WW1 Memorial Book|
S5 pupils along with Mr Hamilton are still busy working away on the production of a ‘Clydebank High Memorial Book’ which will be a tribute to those with relatives in our school community who served during World War One. The book is expected to be ready in time for Christmas and all profits from the sale of the book will be donated to Erskine.
During October, some of the pupils involved in creating the memorial book were invited to Your Radio to be interviewed by Gary Pews (News Correspondent) and also to take part in the Gary Marshall drive-time show. The visit was a fantastic experience for Beth Bowers, Morgan Henry, Gemma Gibney and Sophie Lawlor who went along with Mr Hamilton.
| Erskine Christmas Cracker|
On Thursday 13th November, a group of S5 pupils volunteered their time at the annual Erskine Christmas Cracker Event at Ingliston Country Club. During the event, which was held in the evening, pupils manned stalls, sold raffle tickets and guided visitors between the various attractions. The pupils involved were Gemma Gibney, Danielle Barbour, Sophie Lawlor, Holly Stanley, Morgan Henry, Ruth McKechnie, Erin McLeod, Caitlin Hamilton and Shannon Milmine.
|S4 Information Evening |
The presentation from the S4 Parents Infortmation Evening can be viewed here. Users without Powerpoint can also view the presentation by using the following link.