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Easter Newsletter and Farewell to Norma Smith

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It is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. It has been prepared to give you a flavour of the aims, ethos and learning opportunities available to all our students.

We are committed to providing high quality care and high quality learning and teaching. We aim to provide the best possible educational experience for all students; one which is tailored to suit their needs and requirements and which will enable them to achieve their full potential.

The school is an integral part of the community and the support we receive from parents, businesses and the local community help us to encourage students to learn effectively and to enjoy a relevant, challenging and stimulating experience. The preparation and development of this website will further strengthen these links.

I hope you enjoy reading our web pages and through them gain an insight into the range of curricular and extra-curricular activities and the corporate life of our school.

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Today we say a fond farewell to Norma Smith after an outstanding 36 years of service as a History teacher at Craigmount High School. Over the years Norma’s contribution to the school has been immense and she has passed on her passion for her subject to generations of our young people. We thank Norma for everything she has […]

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Below are the links to the National Parent Forum’s Revision in a Nutshell guides for the new Highers (20 subjects) and updated Revision guides for National 5s (20 subjects). Tina Woolnough, the Edinburgh representative on the National Parent Forum of Scotlandand co-creator of the Curriculum for Excellence in a Nutshell guides for parents, has asked […]

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As the nights become lighter we begin to enjoy the outdoors more and think about days away and holidays.   This is the ideal time to have a spring clean of your security.   Here are a few things to consider – Do you keep your keys in sight of a window? If you have an […]

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Message from Yearbook Committee: Our yearbooks are looking great this year – full of happy memories, funny stories and witticisms. But, if you want to be receive your copy, you must pay £20 sterling (by cash, card or cheque) to the ladies in the school office by Thursday 2nd April. You have been warned!

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Please see the attached message from Mrs Hickinson about science week. Science_week

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