The Health and Social Care Academy is based within the Coltness High School campus and provides opportunities to learn about health and social care for pupils in S4 to S6 – no matter what high school in North Lanarkshire they attend.
Pupils remain on the roll of their own school and the majority of their curriculum will still be delivered from there - however, for any subjects and opportunities relating to health and social care – they will transported to Coltness High School.
Young people will have the opportunity to access health and social care vocational learning pathways, such as Foundation Apprenticeships and Skills for Work courses, all under one roof.
It allows pupils to gain qualifications as well as work related learning experiences which will assist them in gaining employment in health and social care professions.
Areas covered include:
Pupils will be offered:
For more information pupils can speak to their pupil support teacher and parents and caregivers can speak to their child’s school.