Red Nose Day Wear it Red
We are inviting all pupils and staff to accessorise their uniform with something red this Friday to raise money in aid of Comic Relief. Pupils must still wear their school uniform. Those who take part are asked to make a small donation (suggested amount 1), all donations going for a great cause!

WDC Masterclass - Extra support for Exam success!
WDC Masterclasses are running during the Easter holiday. Masterclass is designed to improve your exam technique and increase your chance of success by providing you with strategies for understanding questions and producing quality answers using appropriate styles. Please check out the subjects available and inform Mrs Prentice if you wish to attend any of the sessions.

The deadline is Wednesday 22nd March and places are allocated first come first served.

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Art Competition
Calling all comic fans. WD Libraries and Cultural Services are running an awesome art competition for all secondary school pupils. All you need to do is create a drawing inspired by your favourite comic, graphic novel or comic characters. All shortlisted artwork will be framed and exhibited in The Garden Gallery in Clydebank Town Hall for the month of May, with entries being judged by Scottish comic book artist Frank Quitely. Entries must be handed into the school library by Friday 24th of March. For more information ask Mrs Crawford or Mrs Chambers in the library, or visit

Personalisation is beginning for S3 to S5 pupils. Having earlier completed a dry run, today they will be issued their personalisation form to be completed with parents and returned on or before Monday 6th March. Pastoral care teachers will follow this up with discussions and finalising options. S4 and S5 pupils will indicate 1st and 2nd choice in each column. S6 pupils will indicate 1st and 2nd choice in minimum of 4 out of 6 columns. A fifth column can be coursed or will be allocated to volunteering commitments within school. Where pupils have a heavy assessment burden such as multiple Advanced Highers, this will be discussed with the pastoral care teacher. There are multiple college options available which can be viewed here, however please note the commitments to days and times (1pm-4pm). If you require any further information please contact your son/daughters pastoral care teacher.

College Options

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Pupil Smoking Survey
Can pupils please take 5 minutes to complete the survey regarding smoking for the BBC School report.

Clydebank High's Variety Concert
Clydebank High School will be running a variety concert to raise money for the school. Do you love to sing, act, dance or have a talent you would like to perform to pupils and staff at CHS? Come along to the assembly hall, Friday 17 March 2017.

Audition - Friday 17 March 2017
at 12.40pm
(Please bring your backing track if singing)

Glenhead Engineering
the pupils and staff had a fabulous experience and it really helped make the theory in the course become a reality for our pupils. The staff from Glenhead Engineering were 1st class; so knowledgeable and very welcoming. We will definitely be back in future!

Public speaking Competition
The annual Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service Schools Public speaking Competition took place at OLSP on Monday 27 February. Our competitors were S2 girls Davina Turner and Marie Conte. Both girls are an excellent new addition to our debating team and will be formidable competitors in the future.

Scottish Teenage Book Prize 2017
This year all five WD secondary schools are taking part in the Scottish Teenage Book Prize through their school libraries. Ms Matheson?s S3 English class took on the challenge for CHS along with our own S1/2 library book group. Each pupil involved had to read the three shortlisted novels and vote for their own personal favourite. The books selected this year were The Last Soldier by Keith Gray, Silverskin by Joan Lennon, and Black Cairn Point by Claire McFall.

S1 Scottish IDL
As part of our Scottish IDL, S1 pupils have been learning all about Scottish history. In English, S1 were working co-operatively to study Scottish poems. In Music, pupils listened to Scottish music and composed their own piece. Physical Education introduced a new unit of work which focused on the history of Golf and pupils participated both in practical and theory lessons.

Supported Study
Final SQA exams are fast approaching, to help in the preparation for this, pupils have access to a wide range of supported study throughout the school. To assist pupils in the organisation and planning of their revision, a timetable of when each subject runs their study sessions has been compiled. To access the information please click on the relevant link below.

Supported Study Timetable

S3 Profiling
S3 pupils are expected to complete a profile to record their achievements and self-evaluate their learning. This should be completed before 30/01/2017 and e-mailed to Please find attached a help booklet and profiling sheet for your convenience.

Homework Club
The Homework Club will be open to all pupils every Wednesday and Thursday in the Library or the Computing Department. Pupils will be able to complete any homework task with the support from varying teachers. Pupils will have access to all the resources that the Library has to offer.

Wednesday S1 and S2
Thursday S2 and S3

School Uniform
Please ensure your son/daughter is correctly kitted out with the approprate uniform.

For full uniform information click here.

You Tube Channel
Check out CHS You Tube Channel here. New uploads include our school talent show and the Christmas Concert. Congratulation to our Talent show winner Thomas Lawrence.

S1 Trip to Our Dynamic Earth December 2016
Our S1 made the most of the annual Geography Department visit to 'Our Dynamic Earth' in Edinburgh. We enjoyed stunning views of the castle and parts of the Old Town during the journey. Pupils were excited to work their way through all the different sections of the exhibit and interact with a variety of displays ? especially the glacier in the Arctic zone. We had a journey through world biomes in the 4D cinema before relaxing for the dome show called ?We are Stars?. We then completed our visit with some retail therapy in the gift shop before lunch in the cafe. Visit department blog here.

Catch up on all the news and gossip from Clydebank High School. Download our December newsletter here.

Springboard Futurechef Competition
On Wednesday 12th October thirteen S1 to S3 pupils took part in Clydebank High School?s ?school heat? of the FutureChef cookery competition. This was a first for Clydebank High and pupils were asked to design a hot main course and cook it for two people within a one hour time period. The food served was delicious and pupils pulled out the stops, giving the judges (Miss Nicolson and Mrs Thomson) a tough decision to make. Read more....

Technologies IDL
Pupils in S3 came off timetable to carry out their technologies IDL project. IDL is a planned approach to learning, which uses links across different subjects or disciplines to enhance learning. Pupils visited Business Studies, Computing Science, Home Economics and Technical. Each department created a fun filled lesson full of practical and engaging, team building tasks. Lessons took the form of Programming using Microbits in Computing Science, baking shortbread in Home Economics, Marketing and Costing in Business Studies and design and production of a basket to hold the shortbread in Technical. Initial feedback suggests pupils have enjoyed their experience, gaining new skills and knowledge.

Jupiter Art land Sculpture Park
On 13th October; Higher ART & DESIGN students had a great opportunity to visit Jupiter Art land Sculpture Park, near Edinburgh. This free workshop allowed students to see sculptures in their natural setting. Land artist; Charles Jenks grass forms were unusual and reminded students of telly tubby land!!! In contrast the surreal bronze sculptures of five lost looking Victorian girls; by artist ; Laura Ford spooked our students!!! After lunch; students were inspired to make their own mini sculpture using clay?the only problem was transporting them back home!!! Well done to all involved!

We are very pleased our senior pupils have been invited to apply to the Titan Engineering Trust again this year. This trust offers funding to a successful pupil who goes on to study an Engineering discipline at either Glasgow or Strathclyde university. Some S6 pupils have already given me a note of interest and I would encourage any more pupils applying to these courses to speak with me. For more information about the trust please visit their website

Sicily 2016
Our Sicily trip earlier this month has been voted 'trip of a lifetime' by pupils! We had a full day exploring the very active Mount Etna volcano after riding in the cable We paddled and swam in the beautiful Alcantara Gorge and had a chance to try the different (and very tasty) nut butters that are a speciality on the island. Our toughest day was the boat trip and hike to the crater rim on Vulcano island in blistering temperatures. The view over the other Aeolian Islands was stunning but the volcanic eggy smell was disgusting! Our hard work was rewarded with a chillout day at the fantastic Etnaland water park. More pictures here.

Paris 2017
30 girls attended a team building session at CHS on Sunday 8 October. The girls enjoyed a delicious lunch from McMonagles Fish boat, followed by team building activities and finishing off with a treasure hunt around the school. Ms Dornan, Mrs Lumsden and Miss Kelly along with 30 S2 and S3 pupils will be flying out to Paris February 2017 to visit Disneyland.

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National Poetry Day
To celebrate National Poetry Day the school library set up a ?make your own poem? board where pupils could create and change their own poems as often as they liked throughout the day. Pupils who visited the library on Thursday were encouraged to write a short poem on a post-it note which S6 library assistants then made into a ?Message in a bottle? display for the library?s poetry books. In conjunction with the English department the library also set up poetry postcard classes where S1 pupils wrote messages to S6 pupils, and S5 pupils wrote their messages to S2 pupils. The library also organised a postcard exchange for staff members who were given the opportunity to send a positive message to any other member of staff during National Poetry Day itself.

S2 Orienteering at Mugdock Country Park
What started as a wet and horrible morning cleared to become a dry bright day. Pupils had a fantastic time using their new map reading skills to find their way round the basic orienteering course at Mugdock Country Park. Some groups really went for the prize and scorched round the course in record beating time. Others decided to go at a more leisurely pace and enjoy the route and scenery along the way. Well done to everyone who took part!

On Friday 16th September 38 pupils along with Mr Anderson, Mr Hamilton, Mr Hand and Mr Coates headed off to Barcelona. After leaving the school at 3am we made our way to Edinburgh Airport in preparation for our 6:30am flight to Barcelona. Upon arrival in Barcelona we quickly noticed the temperature had increased by around 20 degrees and there was a strange yellow thing in the sky, the sun!! We then boarded our coach and made the 80min journey to our accommodation for the duration of our trip, Cambrils Park Resort in Salou. After a quick lunch it was off to Futbol Salou for our first training session. Read more...

National 5 River Trips
Our National 5 pupils each spent a day out of school exploring different parts of the River Gryffe. This allowed pupils to work in teams using fieldwork techniques to collect river data. This information will be used to produce the N5 assignments which are an important part of the N5 exam. We were really lucky with the weather and with the exception of some soggy wellies only day 3 pupils seemed to want to be soaking wet all day. It turns out that the water in the River Gryffe is REALLY cold! What a bunch of crazies!!

Youtube Channel
The media club have been working extremely hard over the past week to upload more videos showcasing the talented pupils of Clydebank High School. Check it out here.


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