Important News

The letter below is for S4-6 pupils, parents and carers. It contains an important update regarding SQA processes for certification this session. Well done to pupils who have completed the work set so far. There will be no new work issued over the Easter break. Pupils who have not managed to complete work issued so […]

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The school was recently visited by Education Scotland and the report results are now available. We are pleased to say that the school achieved the following results: Evaluation Leadership of change: Good Learning, teaching and assessment: Good Raising attainment and achievement: Good Ensuring wellbeing, equality and inclusion: Very Good The letter below provides some further […]

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We have published a list of resources that pupils can make use of should they not be able to attend school. The list can be found here and will be updated as required. In addition to this, teachers make use of Teams, OneNote, Google Classroom and Scholar. The document linked to above includes per subject […]

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Other Recent News

A message from the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh… The Archdiocesan website, Facebook and twitter will continue to have information on live streamed Masses and the upcoming Easter Triduum Virtual events. There are also morning reflections and children’s liturgy resources for use at home, as well as up to date Covid-19 information. There is […]

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The document below includes important information and guidance about how the council’s education services are operating during the current school closures.

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Our Active School Coordinator, Mrs Damen, has provided a range of resources to help everyone to stay fit, active and busy at home. You can find the document on our Learning at Home resources page, and also below. Some other suggestions for the whole family include:

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Your Ed, Widening Participation Team, at the University of Edinburgh have set up a forum offering support to all students applying to University who cannot currently access support but can do through Mentimeter. This is to support all UCAS candidates applying nationally. Through the Mentimeter presentation/survey you can submit questions, thoughts, and worries about higher […]

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Thinkuknow is the national online safety education programme from CEOP, the online child protection command of the National Crime Agency. During this time of school closures, your children will spend more of their time than normal online. The document below provides advice on how parents and carers can help keep their children stay safe when […]

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