|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.
Following our successful campaign supporting Ebola crisis can parents ensure pupils make every effort to return to school full uniform. Some pupils have become lapse recently. Plain black non-fashion trousers are our dress code.
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
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
| Includem - Christmas Appeal 2014|
Includem is a country wide charity which works with Scotland’s most vulnerable young people.Our aim is to collect a variety of gifts and foodstuffs to donate to Includem who use such items to provide hampers for families in the local area. This is where we need your help! It would be greatly appreciated if you could donate an item (big or small) to the cause. We will be collecting items between the dates of Monday 24th November and Friday 5th December in room D1.11.
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.
|Bullying Survey |
We would like you to participate in the evaluation by completing a short survey that asks about your school’s approach to bullying prevention, your child's awareness of bullying, and your own understanding of anti-bullying approaches.
|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.
Mrs Ryan is organising a trip to see the pantomime ‘Peter Pan’ at the King’s Theatre, Glasgow on the afternoon of Friday 12th December. Tickets are £10 and include travel to and from the theatre and an ice cream at interval. This trip is open to S1-S6 pupils and are being offered on a first come, first serve basis. If you would like a ticket please give £10 in an envelope (with your name and reg class on the front) to Mrs Ryan or Miss Lockhart in English, Mrs Crawford (the librarian) or Mr Anderson in Computing by Friday 21st November.
|Halloween Disco |
This years Halloween Disco was a spooktacular success with many pupils getting into the spirit of the event by dressing up. Check out the pictures here.
|S1 Homework Club |
We are planning to start an S1 Homework Club on Wednesday 29th October.
The club will meet once a week on a Wednesday from 3pm - 4pm in the School Library.
|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.