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Easter Revision Timetable
Click here for the Easter revision timetable. Work hard, and often!

And click here for details of the WDC Easter Masterclasses!

Scholar Revision Materials
SCHOLAR – Online Learning Materials We would like to draw your attention to this free resource which is designed to enhance pupils’ learning and raise pupil attainment. SCHOLAR provides a variety of learning resources for many of the courses that pupils are currently following.

These materials will help pupils study and revise; they can be accessed at home, in school or on the go, and are available 24/7. If you wish to learn more about SCHOLAR, you can access the SCHOLAR site directly by going to www.scholar.hw.ac.uk and click on the Scotland Tab.

SCHOLAR materials are most appropriate for pupils studying courses at Intermediate 1 and 2 Mathematics, National 5 Mathematics and Modern Languages, Higher and Advanced Higher Courses in a wide variety of STEM, Business and Language subjects.

It may be helpful for parents to familiarise themselves with this useful resource to assist and encourage as their child prepares for their up and coming examinations. All pupils in years 4, 5 and 6 who are following SCHOLAR supported courses have been allocated a password to enable them to make use of SCHOLAR.? If you would like more information please contact, Mr Anderson,

Beatson Cancer Charity Ambassador
CHS is so proud to announce that Becca Davidson, S5, has been selected to be an Ambassador for the Beatson Cancer Charity. Becca has raised almost £10,000 for cancer charities, her latest fund-raising activities included shaving her hair and donating it to the Little Princess Trust to make wigs for children suffering from cancer.

Supported Study Dates available
Supported Study Calendars are now available to download. Clydebank High strongly advises our senior pupils to take full advantage of the extra help available, in the run up to prelims and the summer exams.

S4 Supported Study dates

S5/6 Supported Study dates

Clydebank High's Christmas Cracker story
Before Christmas, eight Clydebank High pupils worked closely with their dedicated teachers to raise money and gather gifts for Clydebank Woman’s Refuge. They decided to choose the woman’s refuge because when they called the refuge centre they found out that it was hard to buy the Christmas presents at this time of year.

The refuge is run by Clydebank Woman’s Aid and its aim is to provide a safe place for woman, young people and children who have been domestically abused and want to escape. Also when reviewing the donations they had received, most of them were toys and toiletries which would be beneficial toward the woman’s refuge.

The eight pupils threw themselves eagerly into their fundraising. They held a bake sale, which raised around £100. The bake sale was held by Lisa Taylor, Megan Stewart, Emma Nicolson and Kirsty Mallon. There were also four girls, Gemma Gibney, Rachel McDermid, Aimee Melvin and Danielle Barbour, who organised a fundraising event, where they held activities such as; an egg and spoon race and a raffle. This event raised around £200.

One worker in the woman’s refuge, Sharon stated, “The donations were beneficial toward the woman’s refuge because the children living in the refuge may have had to leave behind most of their belongings before arriving to the refuge. All the donations were given out at the annual Christmas party.”

Clydebank High School has been in partnership with a German school named “Soegal” over the past few years. When our friends in Germany learned about our fantastic cause they jumped at the chance to help, sending donations for the fantastic cause!

Article by Amy Kidd and Jodie Cullen

S4 Mentoring Programme
As part of the S4 mentoring programme, pupils have been alloacted to small groups of learners. The focus will be on issues such as study skills, stress management and exam techniques.

The mentoring will run in the same way as supported study, and pupils will be required to attend 6 sessions over S4 during the weeks below:

Session 1 18 November 2013
Session 2 25 November 2013
Session 3 13 January 2014
Session 4 17 February 2014
Session 5 17 March 2014
Session 6 28 April 2014

The programme offers an excellent opportunity to develop skills which are an essential part of academic success.
Download S4 Pupil Task Booklet

 

 

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