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200 Club – a message from parents to parents.

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Welcome from the Head Teacher

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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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Please follow the link to view a letter of thanks received from Donald Baird, Honorary Secretary of The Corstorphine Trust.

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We are excited to introduce our new fundraising initiative. Not only does the 200 Club raise funds for worthy causes at school but you too can benefit by being a winner. Please see the link on our fundraising page for information and the application form. The more people who join the higher the prize money.   Spread […]

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The parents’ evening floor plan is now available on the web site and can be found under publications for parents or by clicking here.

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As part of the centenary of the beginning of the First World War, students from Craigmount took part in commemorations at the Corstorphine War Memorial.  Two of our sixth year students, Matthew Max Lino and Joanna McCloskey, attended the Remembrance Sunday service at the memorial and laid a wreath on behalf of the students and […]

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On 10 November, four of our students attended a conference at Gleneagles to share their experiences of China, its language and its culture.  Alison Snell, Neil Taylor, Jessica Reynolds and Susie Bradley were recent participants in a trip to China along with five more students from Craigmount High School and eleven from Leith Academy.  Both […]

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