Schools to share £340,000 package
Thousands of pupils set to benefit
said the school would use the investment to promote science, technology, engineering and maths and develop their curriculum to include a cosmetology course.
He added: “We are delighted to continue our long running partnership with Clyde Gateway.
“Over the years Clyde Gateway have supported us with study support, work experience, bicycle initiatives and have supported our Commonwealth Games initiative which brought 300 pupils together in a series of activities.
“They have also helped with our eco activities and, alongside ourselves and Stonelaw, they’ve helped with antisectarian initiatives and recommendations for two awards.
“Natalie Philips at Clyde Gateway is always looking for opportunities to involve the young people from the schools.”