Support:Skills Development Scotland (SDS)
Whatever your provisional results are, you have options and there is support for you over the summer.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is Scotland's career service. SDS results support will be extended this year due to provisional results being issued to pupils and they will provide support to learners, their parents and carers from mid-June until and after results are confirmed on 10 August 2021 at what could be an uncertain time.
SDS have produced a help booklet
to support learners, and their parents and carers over the summer period to help them understand their options at this uncertain time.
Whilst pupils are off school during the summer holiday period; starting from Friday 25 June –
ending on Tuesday 17 August, Lifelink will be providing a Summer Life Link service to any young person
requiring support with their mental wellbeing.
Free Healthy Breakfast
Clydebank High School is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast for another year running. Magic Breakfast provides Clydebank High School with nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives our young people the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.
It is well known and researched that children who eat breakfast before school are twice as likely to do better in school than those who start learning on an empty stomach. Providing breakfast at school can also ensure
that children are getting enough to eat. Children who eat a breakfast have been shown to work faster and make fewer mistakes in class. They also show improved concentration, alertness, comprehension, memory and
ALL pupils in Clydebank High can have a healthy breakfast every day FREE of charge. We offer:
Variety of Jams
Parent Pay (School Shop) Clydebank High School operate a cashless system using theParent Pay online facility.
The site is a flexible and secure web application which allows parents to make online payments for all their child's school items, including meals, trips, clubs and uniform..
The School shop is now set up. We will now longer be taking cash at the school office for items. All payments must be paid via parentpay.
Those aged 16 or 17 who regularly provide vital face-to-face care to a family member, friend or neighbour may be eligible to register for the COVID-19 vaccine now.
Togetherall is a 24/7, safe online community for people who are stressed, anxious or feeling low, with self-guided courses and resources. This online resources is avaiable for pupils and parents/carers in the hope of supporting pupils with their Health and Wellbeing at this time.
Their vibrant community can scale to any problem, offering a proven way to get better together through peer to peer, anonymous conversations.
Pupils should see their Pastoral Care teacher if they have any questions regarding this. Pupils can also self-refer directly via the
Isaro Community Initiative: Keep Scotland Beautiful
A group of pupils from Clydebank's
Isaro Community Initiative created a short movie for Youth Climate Film Project. The young people
received a special commendation for their focus on young people's sense of agency and accessibility through the use of multi-lingual captions.
The group share three actions we can take to help keep global warming within 1.5c and tackle climate change.
This film was produced as part of the Youth Climate Film Project and submitted as an entry to the 'Consumption' category.
Youth Philanthropy Initiative There is a post on our S1-S3 classrooms with a brief lesson and an opportunity to promote a local charity’s good work addressing social issue concerns in and around Clydebank. Funded by the Wood Foundation our partnership with the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) means the best presented story will win £3000 for their charity. Please support your young person to produce a creative presentation of a local charities work and impact in our community. Note that only Charities focused on supporting issues affecting people will be considered. Animal wellbeing charities for this opportunity are not eligible.
YPI is the biggest independent initiative being delivered in Scottish education. Each school is responsible for directing a grant of £3000 to a local charity championed by its students through a unique programme of teamwork, research, and competition.
Scholar is now available for all pupils in S3 - S6.
Scholar is an online courses for Scotland's schools and colleges. Scholar offer 37 online courses aligned to the SQA curriculum at National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher level. Each course draw on the knowledge and experience of teachers and lecturers working in Scottish schools and colleges to develop the course materials.
New video- Information for Parents and Carers
Many parents and carers are curious about online learning, and would like to find out more about resources that can be used to enliven at-home learning.
To give parents and carers a sense of the variety of engaging activities available, SCHOLAR have produced a new 3 minute video, “Information for Parents and Carers”, aimed, primarily, at parents and carers of learners in S3-S6.