Friday, 31 October 2014

WOW Class and Focus Fortnight Update

WOW Class
The winner of the October draw is: Mr Gregor’s S4vCore PE (Wed P6) class. Well done!
Keep those tickets coming!

Congratulations to:
Bradley Bryce – nominated by Mrs Towers
Chris McKeller – nominated by Mr Gregor
Richard Nye – nominated by Miss Barry
Jay Watson – nominated by Ms Kennedy

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Career Drop In Sessions

Helen Irons (Skills Development Scotland) will be available at break times on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4 November.  Any pupil is welcome to drop into the meeting room (next to the library) to ask for advice or help with career planning.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

A message from the Scottish Chiropractic Association

Telephone Lines

The fault with outgoing calls from the school showing as a "withheld number" has been resolved.  Any outgoing calls from Gracemount High School should now display the school number.

Monday, 20 October 2014

Industrial Action Cancelled

The planned industrial action for tomorrow (Tue 21st October) has been cancelled so it will be business as usual. 

Friday, 10 October 2014


The Council has been notified that the Trades Union ‘Unison’ have called a day of Industrial Action for Tuesday 21st October.  This means that non-teaching staff in school may not be at work that day, and certain services/supports may not be available.  This could affect in-class support, office contact, technician support, administration support, and other non-teaching functions.

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Tribute to Robbie McDonald

Assemblies this week have been focusing on a tribute to former S3 student Robbie McDonald who tragically passed away suddenly last month. 

2nd year student Josh Watson made this poster for Robbie. 

Monday, 6 October 2014

Modern Aprrentices vacancy - Closing date 12th October

I am looking for apprentices to join us at Barrhead Travel in our Cameron Toll branch.
As we are now recruiting for apprentices we are now looking for someone who is wanting a career in the Travel Industry. If applicant has travelled extensively this will also be a beneficial for the job.
Some of the benefits of becoming a apprentice with Barrhead Travel are:-
  • A qualification in Travel and Tourism - which is gained over 2 years
  • Full time employment
  • competitive salary
  • Lots of opportunities to progress in the company
  • Full training provided for new start apprentices
  • Free Bus pass travel
If there is any other questions feel free to ask and I will do my upmost best to answer any questions you may have.
If there is any interest please ask that they are handed in and addressed to Branch Manager with a covering letter.
Kind Regards,
Jack Waddell.