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Reminder: The S2 Course Choice Information Evening is tonight from 7:00pm to 8:00pm – all parents of our current S2 are welcome.

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The Kodu Kup is open to anyone from a UK school aged between seven and fourteen. Children may be entered for the competition as individuals or as part of a team of up to three people. Students who are interested in taking part should come along to room 250 at lunchtime on Thursdays, starting today, […]

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The S3 Course Choice booklet has been updated and can be found under ‘Publications for Parents’ or ‘Student Docs’ or by clicking here.

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Today we were privileged to have an incredibly moving and powerful talk from Rudi Oppenheimer who is a Holocaust survivor. We thank Rudi and the Holocaust Education Trust for agreeing to support us today. We must also thank Ms McCall for her organisation of the event and our S2 students for being such a respectful […]

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Our S4 Parents’ Evening takes place from 5 -7.30pm this Wednesday (22nd January). Please expect parking problems. Holders of disabled badges should phone 339 6823 to reserve a space.   Floorplan 2014 Staff List 2014

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Presentation can be found here.

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Interested in learning a new language? Going on Holiday to Greece? Why not come along to our Greek Club, Thursdays at 1:00pm in Steve McColl’s room, G47  – all welcome. See you there. Mr R   Why not make a head start by logging on to our Greek Language website.

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Welcome back all students, Tuesday 7th January 2014 – Happy New Year!

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2013.14 Christmas

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We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the students from the school who have volunteered their time to come into the Drumbare Care Home, working along with staff to enhance the wellbeing of the Residents. The feedback from the Residents has been very positive and rewarding. The staff  have stated that the […]

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The policy can be found here.

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S3 Computing Science students attended Napier University’s Christmas Lecture today. Topics and speakers today were: Speaker 1: Bill Buchanan, Napier University,“Cryptography for Kids” Speaker 2: Mick Paddington, Trend-Micro, “The dark side of the internet and your online ‘presents’” Speaker 3: Police Scotland “Online Safety” Speaker 4: Lee Lawson, DellSecure Works Speaker 5: Brian Higgins, Cyber Security Challenge […]

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We are delighted to welcome 3 guests on Monday 9th December: Ronnie Masson – JDSU – http://www.jdsu.com/About-JDSU/Pages/default.aspx Technical Consultant, responsible for installing and configuring complex mobile network monitoring systems that help mobile phone companies detect problems with the phone network and help them fix the problems.   Brian Grant -JDSU –http://www.jdsu.com/About-JDSU/Pages/default.aspx Solution Architect, responsible for understanding […]

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S3 students from Craigmount set up a bake sale stall in the Gyle to raise money for their Microtyko social enterprise company. The students used their initial £1 investment to bake  the cakes and sell them. The profit raised will go to the charity Wild Hearts in Action.   Thank you to the Gyle, for […]

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Our S1 Parents’ Evening is this Thursday (28 November) from 5:00pm – 7:30pm. Please be aware that parking will be limited. Could we please ask anyone who requires disabled parking to contact the school in advance.

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Please see below extracts from our students overall experience of the Battlefields Tour. “It made me feel grateful for being alive and healthy” “When I walked through the Trenches, I actually felt like a real soldier about to go over the top” “This was an experience that has changed me” “I found this trip moving […]

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