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Curriculum for Excellence, 2014

Curriculum for Excellence, 2014 from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

Curriculum for Excellence is still undergoing the process of implementation in many Scottish Schools. Pupils at Clydebank High explore how successful it has been for them so far.

Reported by Sean (S1), Jack and Lorna (S4)

Commonwealth Games and Healthy Living

Commonwealth Games and Healthy Living from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

With the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this year, pupils at Clydebank High School decided to explore healthy eating and the options available at Clydebank High. Featuring an interview with the school's Commonwealth Baton Bearer, Beth Bowers.

Reported by Shaun and Jodie, S3




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21 March 2013, BBC News School Report.
Cyber Bullying

Cyberbullying from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

CyberBulling is defined as a young person tormenting, threatening, harassing, or embarrassing another young person using the Internet or other technologies, like mobile phones. By using technology like mobiles or the internet, this type of bullying can affect someone not just at school, but at home as well. This type of bullying is 24 hours as it takes place in the virtual world and can make someone feel upset or threatened in their own home.

It can sometimes be hard to identify who the cyberbully is because they could block their number or post things on a website anonymously. The nature of this type of bullying means it can have a large audience.

Cyber bulling can be very damaging and can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicide.

Also, once things are circulated on the Internet, they may never disappear, resurfacing at later times to renew the pain of cyber bullying.

There have been a number of high profile cases over the last few years where young victims have taken their own lives because of vicious online taunting. According to studies one in four children have been a victim of cyber bullying.

We shouldn't have to deal with bulling alone. Young people should talk to parents, carers or teacher if they are getting bullied.

Reported by Jack

Malawi 2013

Malawi 2013 from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

Two enthusiastic History teachers from Clydebank High school have decided to run a trip to Malawi.

They are taking 6 very brave S4 pupils along with them. The trip will run in mid October 2013. So far the team has done many fundraising events in school to raise money the school in Malawi.

  • Wear it red for 'Rabbie Day'
  • Inter House Football Tournament
  • Interval Tea/Coffee and cake sales
  • Race Nights
  • Jack and Jill Sale

The girls are very excited to take on this challenge and hope to encourage young woman in Malawi to stay on at school, as education is important. We wish the team the best of luck with their trip to Malawi, and cannot wait to see them change lives in Malawi.

Reported by Amy & Jodie

German Pen Pal

German Pen Pal from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

This year at Clydebank High school some of the pupils who study German have been involved in making a friendship with a pupil from Germany. The pupils are from Sögle in North West Germany, they go to Hümmling-Gymnasium. It all started off back in December 2012, when an email was sent from a teacher in Germany to Mr Moore, one of the teachers involved. After Mr Moore got talking to the German teacher it was decided that the pupils were going to become pen pals.

All the pupils are enjoying this fantastic experience as they are both becoming more enthusiastic about the language and are forming new friendships. Everyone is looking forward to their visit in June and hoping it is the first of many.

Reported by Lorna

Young Hockey Referee

Lewis Hockey Referee from Clydebank High School on Vimeo.

A young pupil named Lewis has became an official Hockey Referrer. Lewis plays for a local team and decided to take his fitness further by training to become a referee.

Lewis went through extensive training and testing to get to the level he is at now. Lewis is not only a keen sports man but a very fine musician who plays double bass and is a member of the school choir. Lewis works hard in school and is about to sit his Highers in May. We wish him all the luck!

Reported by Shaun

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