Ellie Stewart

Ellie StewartFormer Kilpatrick pupil, Ellie has been accepted to pursue the Learner Development course at West College Scotland which focuses on independent living skills.

Additionally, Ellie will be participating in West Dunbartonshire Council’s Work Connect programme, focusing on horticulture and joining a Social Enterprise course, Crafting Together in Clydebank.

Ellie has worked hard to achieve a variety of National 1 units and National 2 course awards. Most recently, Ellie successfully attained National 2 Media. Throughout the years, Ellie has overcome personal challenges and has emerged as an incredible individual who is poised to thrive beyond school.

Ellie, said; “I am really excited to start College in August but I will miss all my friends in Kilpatrick School. I would like to thank all my teachers and support staff within the school who have helped and supported me throughout my time at Kilpatrick School.  While I will miss them all and I am sad to be leaving the school, I am really excited to start my course at college and the Council’s Work Connect programme.”


Sarah McGlone

Sarah McGloneSarah has left Kilpatrick School to enrol in the Step 1 Learner Development course at West College Scotland. Additionally, Sarah has received an invitation to join a Social Enterprise called Crafting Together in Clydebank. In addition, Sarah represented the Council as an Inclusion Ambassador, at the national Inclusion Ambassadors’ forum in Edinburgh where she made valuable contributions to the independent review on the implementation of Additional Support for Learning (ASL).

Sarah has achieved a wide range of National course qualifications, ranging from National 2 to National 4, and this academic session, she will also attain a National 4 PE. Sarah is a mature and natural leader, known for her hardworking nature, nurturing attitude, sense of responsibility, and organisational skills. We have full confidence in her ability to succeed in life.

Sarah, said: “I have really enjoyed my time at Kilpatrick School and feel slightly nervous about moving on but I am looking forward to meeting my friends at Crafting Together.”