If you are in Year 13 and thinking about studying the social sciences at university Queen’s are running a summer scheme you might be interested in. For further information about the event, including how to apply for the Summer School and the application process for a bursary to cover costs, please see here.
Here are some of the opportunities that we have had sent to us for the month of May 2018.
Bombardier Craft Engineering Apprenticeships
Eye4Education returned to GHS today to announce the winners of the 4 stage Assessment Centre that took place before Easter.
The winning candidate was James Getty
First Reserve: Zoe Wright, Mathew Morton and James Relph
James won an Echo Dot for his outstanding performance in all 4 areas of the Assessment Centre – Application Form, Aptitude Test, Group Activity and Interview
First Reserves: Zoe Wright, Mathew Morton and James Relph who all scored equally and each received a memory pen with Zoe Wright receiving a University Sweater for her outstanding interview performance overall.
Well done everyone!
ATTENTION Year 13/14 students currently considering or applying to university – and especially those who want to explore opportunities to study or work abroad as part of their university experience. Students can register using the link below.
Ulster University would like to invite parents and guardians of Year 12 and 13 students to our Parents’ Information Event. Students are welcome to attend.
Saturday, 14th April
9.30am – 1.00pm
This event will provide an excellent opportunity for you to find out about:
- Course options
- The UCAS application process
- Employability of Ulster graduates
- Student finance
To register and to find out more
The University Roadshow visited our Year 13 students today to showcase up to date information about the wide variety of third level opportunities available to them.
It provided useful information for all students intending to apply to universities in: England, Scotland, Wales, the Republic of Ireland and Europe. This was an opportunity for our students to speak to and gather information from representatives from the 9 Universities that attended.
After a short 20 minute presentation to the students covering all aspects of applying to university which covered the application system UCAS, students then had the opportunity to go around each of the university stands and speak to the exhibiters present about their course of interest.
Here are some of the opportunities that we have had sent to us for the month of March 2018.
- Brett Martin – Junior Process Technician – click here to see the job description. This is a good opportunity for those with a Science/Technology background.
- Dale Farm – Food Manufacturing Apprenticeship. Get paid while you work and study the NVQ Level 2 qualification in Food Manufacture. Click here to read the flyer.
- Parents’ Information Event University of UlsterUlster University would like to invite parents and guardians of Year 12 and 13 students to our Parents’ Information Event. Students are welcome to attend.Saturday, 14th April, 9.30am – 1.00pm, Belfast Campus.This event will provide an excellent opportunity for you to find out about:· Course options
· The UCAS application process
· Employability of Ulster graduates
· Student finance
To register and to find out more www.ulster.ac.uk/parentsevent
- Mercedes Benz Apprenticeship Opportunities – 002 Apprentice App Pack Flyer 2018
At Glengormley High we have excellent links with local employers, training agencies, colleges and universities. Whenever we receive information about a new opportunity for our school leavers we will post it here.
Pupils engaged in lively discussion with Year 12, 13 and 14 pupils in the style of ‘speed dating’, moving from subject to subject to get a holistic feel to picking subjects for GCSE. Pupils were then given case study cards promoting various career paths that certain subjects will lead to. In addition, the case study cards highlighted labour market information along with Salary/Working conditions etc.
Pupils were able to recognise their employability skills and transfer them into making a suitable choice at GCSE relating to their desired career path.
Pupils left armed with information under the CEAIG Framework in order to build a portfolio of work related skills for life.