Category Archives: wider achievement

Careers Advisor Update

Good Afternoon My name is Ruth Addo and I provide career support from Skills Development Scotland to pupils from Currie Community High School along with my colleagues Kirsty Dickson and Linda Dalziel. I hope you and your families are keeping … Continue reading

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Free Career Learning@Home Workshops

Even during school closure, it is still important to consider and work towards your chosen career path and develop your employability skills. If you are leaving or plan to leave school in Summer 2020, some FREE Careers Learning@Home courses has … Continue reading

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Careers Update

There are so many options available when you are thinking about your Career options after S4, S5 or S6. Ruth Addo the Careers Advisor, had previously posted this message on SDS. SDS Careers Advice Update To support you through this, … Continue reading

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SDS Careers Advice Update

Ruth Addo Currie’s Careers Advisor has an update, please read below. Message for school to issue to pupils Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the closure of the school, Skills Development Scotland cannot deliver career services face to face, but they … Continue reading

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Currie S1 pupils arrive at Dalguise

We have now arrived at PGL Dalguise with the S1 pupils. They have been fed and watered (they all ate the food!), been to the shop, unpacked (after a fashion), had a tour of the camp, played games and are … Continue reading

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Junior Mathematical Challenge success

Well done to our S1 and S2 pupils who gained 7 silver and 14 bronze awards in the recent Junior Mathematical Challenge Competition.

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