19th - Bellahouston Academy

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19th - Bellahouston Academy
Monday 19th January
Clubs
Seniors Volleyball Club
Miss Dickman
S5/6 only
3.00pm
PE Dept
Football
Mr McCloy
All year groups
3.10pm – 4.10pm
Ibrox Complex
Keyboard Club
Mr Murdoch
(Instructor)
All year groups
1pm
Music Rooms
S5/6
Career Appointments
Could the following
pupils please register
with your tutor teacher
then come to the Library
to collect your
appointment card as the
Career advisor would
like to see you today
(19th Jan)
Fawad Shafi S6
Sarah Stevenson S6
Rachel Madden S5
Mohammed Muftee S5
Hussan Naseem S6
Farrah Mustafa S5
Danyal Mohammed S5
DVD Request
Would the pupil who borrowed Miss Kennedy’s
‘Hitler: The Rise of Evil’ DVD, please return asap.
Law Conference
Could all pupils who collected a form for the Law
Conference in the City Chambers please see
Miss McWaters at Interval today. We have
additional details to pass on to you.
If you are thinking about leaving school in June
or applying to college, please give your name to
Miss McWaters on your return.
We need to know who you are because we are
going to be running college application
workshops next week to help teach you how to
write and complete online application forms.
S5/6
Ready to Succeed –
Employability Programme for Summer Leavers
If you want to leave school in June, this
programme may be for you.
This is an employability training programme that
teaches you some of the skills you will require to
be successful on your road to employment.
The programme also includes training on financial
awareness delivered by Money Matters and a
healthy living workshop. Last year, this course
helped a number of pupils with their College and
Apprenticeship application forms and many of the
young people were accepted onto courses.
There are only 20 places available for S4-6.
Please see Miss McWaters if you are interested in
a place.
S5/6
TOP UP
WEDNESDAY 21ST JANUARY
PERIODS 1 AND 2
ALL UCAS CANDIDATES ARE REMINDED THAT THEY SHOULD MEET AT
9AM SHARP IN THE FOLLOWING ROOMS TO CONTINUE THEIR TOP UP
SESSIONS WITH GLASGOW UNIVERSITY:
(PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE SOME CHANGES TO THE ROOM
ALLOCATIONS)
GROUP 1 (GORDON’S GROUP): ENGLISH ROOM 8 (Mrs Douglas’s room)
GROUP 2 (ELLIE’S GROUP): MOD LANGUAGES ROOM 6 (Mrs Auld’s room)
GROUP 3 REMAIN IN MOD LANGUAGES ROOM 7
S4
Ready to Succeed –
Employability Programme for Summer Leavers
If you want to leave school in June, this
programme may be for you.
This is an employability training programme that
teaches you some of the skills you will require to
be successful on your road to employment.
The programme also includes training on financial
awareness delivered by Money Matters and a
healthy living workshop. Last year, this course
helped a number of pupils with their College and
Apprenticeship application forms and many of the
young people were accepted onto courses.
There are only 20 places available for S4-6.
Please see Miss McWaters if you are interested in
a place.
S4
If you are thinking about leaving school in June, please give
your name to Ms Anderson today.
We need to know who you are because we are going to be
running college application workshops next week to help
teach you how to write and complete online application
forms.
If you indicate you are thinking about leaving, we will arrange
a careers interview to discuss your options before the college
workshops.
Attending the workshop does not mean you are tied down
to leaving in June.
S3
S2
Interested in being on TV?
CBBC are going to filming a new TV programme
called “Junior Vets On Call”. It will feature young
people as they spend time at the frontline of animal
care with a variety of experts. This is a fantastic,
once in a lifetime experience for those involved they'll be working alongside a brilliant team of top
vets and veterinary staff, helping sick and injured
animals on the road to recovery.
If you are interested, please see Mrs Reid/Mrs Kerr
S1
Interested in being on TV?
CBBC are going to filming a new TV programme
called “Junior Vets On Call”. It will feature young
people as they spend time at the frontline of animal
care with a variety of experts. This is a fantastic,
once in a lifetime experience for those involved they'll be working alongside a brilliant team of top
vets and veterinary staff, helping sick and injured
animals on the road to recovery.
If you are interested, please see Mrs Rashid

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