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Scripture Union (S1 &S2)

Scripture Union will be in room 2/51 in the computing corridor Monday lunchtime if you are in S1 and S2. If you went to Jaffa Club in primary school feel free to come along and bring your lunch with you.


WOW Week 2019

Fancy a trip to see the sights of Liverpool!  Any S1-S3 students who are interested in going on this 3 day trip to Liverpool from 14-16 May 2019, please attend a meeting at break time in room 234 on Tuesday 9 October to find out more.  Anyone unable to attend but interested in the trip should see Mrs Scott in room 234.

PISA – Student assessments

Can the students who have received the invites to complete the NFER PISA assessments please report to Computing on Monday after registration. Your help with this is much appreciated. There is no study or preparation required.


Game Making

If anyone is interested in learning to make your own games please come along to Room 230 on a Tuesday lunchtime.


Careers in NHS

The NHS Career Insight Programme Day, organised by Vision In KidS(VIKS) and supported by Lothian Health, aims to provide an insight into the varied careers and working opportunities for pupils from the secondary school years who wish to experience the world of work in the Health Service.   This all day programme aims to provide a broad outline of many of the potential careers in the Health Service, as outlined in the attached provisional programme for the day.

more information here

If your intrested please see Mrs Frew


Apprenticeships programme vacancies

Apprenticeships programme vacancies from Leonardo’s at Crewe Toll, have opened up on their website. The closing date for most of them seems to be 10th March 2019.
This is the link in case anyone wants to go in and have a look:


Ada Lovelace Day at Edinburgh Napier University

5 to 7:30pm, Tuesday 9th October, 2018

Craiglockhart Campus.

Every year, we celebrate the achievements of women in STEM.

We encourage local girls and young women to join in and celebrate with us.

This year, we’ve got interactive demos where you can get involved with robots and programme wearable computers; you can make a code-cracking Enigma machine from a cardboard tube and a local off-Internet network with your mobile phone; plus more fun stuff to share our research and let you play with latest technologies.

We’ll also have tea-time treats, like snacks and ice cream to tide you over.

At 6:30, IBM’s Sharon Moore MBE and Equate’s Allison Johnstone will talk about women in STEM and answer your questions.

Interested? Please sign up, so we can organise catering etc.

Sign up for the demo session:


Sign up for the lecture:


For more info, contact Dr Ella Taylor-Smith: