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S5 and S6       Mrs Main

The bus and taxis for college and dance finish this week. During exam leave, students should still attend college until their classes finish and/or they are instructed by lecturers. Students should make their own way to and from college.


There will be a rehearsal  on Monday 28th April  at 1pm for the Craigmount Junior Big Band.  ALL members please attend.

Transport Academies: Friday April 25th

Taxi 1 –  to pick up 3 students (Hosp 2 & Media) from Craigmount at 12.00 , then pick up 2 students from Royal High and drop all 5 students at QMU Musselburgh.  Return to pick back up 5 students from QMU at 4.30 and drop all back to  their respective school/homes.  Lead name is McLaren.

Taxi 2-Taxi to pick up 3 students from Forrester at 12.15 .  Drop all 3 students at QMU Musselburgh.  Return to pick back up 3 students from QMU Musselburgh at 4.30 and then drop at Forrester.

S6 Students – Yearbook

Payment of £20 is now due for S6 Yearbooks.  This can now be paid at the school office by cash, card or cheque.

Careers Bulletin  Emma Matthews (Careers Adviser)

Modern Apprenticeship Gardener – A McNeil Services will provide all the work related training, knowledge and experience necessary to become an accomplished gardener.  In addition, you will undertake an SVQ Level 2 in Horticulture with Scotland’s Rural College at their Oatridge Campus. See The Edinburgh Guarantee Website for more details and how to apply. Closing date Friday 9th May.

Standard Life Investments Trainee Programme 2014 – We are looking for enthusiastic, positive and hard working individuals to join our 2014 trainee programme.  Work experience is not an essential, our focus is on finding those with the right attitude and values who are willing to learn. Apply online at or go directly to the job advert Closing date: Friday 2 May 2014.

We need your help collecting old mobile phones   Ryan Montgomery 103

The reason we are doing this is so that we can exchange them for lifesaving defibrillators.   Our aim is to collect 300 mobiles which will enable us to get 1 defibrillator.   The more phones we collect the more defibrillators we will have.  There is a box placed outside Mrs Jarvis’s room on the shelf.   Please place mobiles in the box and remember to remove SIM card from the phone!


All students going on the Music trip to Belgium in June are reminded that all Bag Packing forms are to be returned to Mr Clarke or Mrs Morison by Friday 25th April.