Please access the following to view the SQA Study Masterclass:
SQA Study Masterclass 2018 (PDF, 202KB)
This is a reminder to all students on exam leave.
If you are attending school to sit an exam, attend an SQA masterclass or are studying in school you MUST wear your full school uniform.
If revising in school or attending a masterclass you must sign in at the school reception.
Due to an incident of vandalism in the Easter holidays, we have been closing the playground out of hours. We understand this has inconvenienced residents and we do not wish them to suffer as a result of what has happened. We have asked our security officers to leave this gates open. We will be monitoring the situation and considering how security in the playground could be improved.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Please access the following link to view the master SQA timetable:
Edinburgh World Heritage: World Heritage Skills Workshop for 16 – 24-year olds
As part of Scotland’s 2018 Year of Young People, Edinburgh World Heritage will be running a workshop to share important heritage-related skills with young people from all backgrounds.
If you are aged between 16 to 24, and live in Edinburgh or the Lothian area, you are invited to join us for a fun skills workshop where you will learn about World Heritage storytelling, multi-media digital production and traditional building skills such as stonemasonry with our team of experts.
Places are limited, so please apply soon, as we will allocate spaces on a first-come-first-served basis.
The event is free and tickets can be reserved through our website: https://ewh.org.uk/get-involved/events/ or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Walpole Hall, Chester St
Edinburgh EH3 7EN
Monday 16th April, 10AM-5PM
All schools and nurseries will reopen tomorrow, with the exception of Flora Stevenson Nursery, which will remain closed, and South Morningside Nursery, which will have some changes to sessions. Full details via link below:
All lets and heritage language classes will be cancelled this weekend at Drummond CHS as a result of the adverse weather conditions.
Hopefully normal service will resume on Monday 5 March.
As a result of the adverse weather conditions we can confirm that all Early Years Centres, Nurseries, Primary, Secondary and Special schools will remain closed on Friday 2 March.
Staff who work in these settings should continue to work from home.
It is fully expected that all establishments will be open on Monday 5 March.