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Cheques or cash payments can be made on Friday 24th March on the Concourse between 8.20 am – 8.40am. Student name, tutor group and WOW17 must be written on back of cheque

Payment can also be made by BACS.

Sort Code 83-19-04 Account Number 00746661

The reference is WOW17/surname/tutor group (eg. WOW17SMITH303)

Cheques or cash can also be handed in to school office. This must be in an envelope with student name, tutor group and WOW17 written on back of cheque and on envelope.


Composition Competition

Are you a budding Mozart or Beethoven? Every year the music department looks to celebrate the compositional work of our students. Two winners are chosen every year – a classical piece and a contemporary piece – and are awarded a prize at the Evening of Celebration.

If you would be interested in entering the competition please submit a copy of your composition, a short note describing your piece and an audio file of your composition on a CD to Mrs Murray by Thursday 30th March.

WOW 17 London trip

Could all those coming on the WOW London trip, please fill in the rooming sheet on the London pinboard outside Miss Lawson’s room, G17. This needs to be done by Monday 27th at the latest

Lost property
Lost property will be on display in the dance studio Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday next week.
Items unclaimed will be given to charity on in the afternoon of Wednesday 29th March.

Exam Leave – bus passes

Students going on exam leave who receive assisted travel please contact the office to collect a letter.

This will allow you to use your bus pass to and from school for your exams.


Interested in human rights

Interested in human rights? Feel passionately about equality among all students regardless of race, sexuality and gender? Come along to the initial meeting of The Equalities Group on Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 1pm in room 208. The Equalities Group meets to discuss how we can raise awareness of issues affecting people everyday, including LGBT rights, gender equality and racial/religious tolerance. Come and make a difference. Everyone is welcome.

Bus-pass for 2017/18

Can all student who receive Assistance with travel between home and school, collect a form from the office please.

Forms to be completed and returned by Friday 31st March

Marketplace Opportunity Bulletin

Below is the most recent Marketplace bulletin. Further information on all of these opportunities can be found on Marketplace.

Stewart Investors are offering a day for S5 students to find out more about careers within asset management. This opportunity will take place on Tuesday 13th June at Stewart Investors offices in Edinburgh and young people will engage in an interactive session learning about asset management, careers available within the sector, exploring skills and qualities required. Interest needs to be registered with Stewart Investors by Friday 24th

AM Bid Services are keen to offer ‘An Introduction into Bidding in Business’ for S4-S6 students. The opportunity will be delivered in school and provide insight into the bid writing process, including tendering, how contracts are advertised and won and information about procurement. Valuable insight for students studying English and Business Management to raise awareness of career opportunities.

QA Apprenticeships are offering insight into the apprenticeship pathway for young people and teachers. Covering entry requirements (Nat 4/Nat 5 or Highers depending on the opportunity), roles available and pay and training structure. QA are keen to visit schools to offer this information to young people and teachers to raise awareness. This can be delivered to immediate leavers or young people who intend to stay on after the summer to achieve further qualifications.

Morrison Construction have posted about the following opportunities:
Construction Careers Presentation
Level 4 Employability and Construction award
Construction Site Visits
STEM interactive workshops

Ernst & Young (EY) would like to visit schools to discuss their programme, Smart Futures. Smart Futures is a ten month programme, which starts with three weeks of paid work experience during the students’ summer holidays (15 June to 5 July inclusive). After the three weeks of work experience, an allocated mentor will continue to support the student(s) throughout their final year at school and advise them on one of the biggest career choices they will make – the first step in their working life. Students will also be invited to a series of alumni events throughout this time. The Smart Futures team are hoping to arrange visits to present to students about the programme and encourage applications. The team can be flexible and are very happy to come in to speak to your students at a time that is convenient to you.

As always, please do let us know if you require further support or information about this.