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Skills Scotland Careers Event – Limited Places Available for S4-S6 pupils

Careers Event (S4-S6 pupils), Royal Highland Centre, Thursday 8 November

North Berwick High School has booked 60 spaces for one of the biggest career events of the year. We will provide transport for the event, with a bus departing at 10.30am. As the trip will not return until the early afternoon we will include a lunch break, with pupils returning to school at approximately 2.30pm.

This event is a fantastic opportunity to have conversations with employers about careers in a variety of industries. The event will have current vacancies for pupils looking for immediate employment, while pupils interested in applying for apprenticeships will have the opportunity to discover more about the application processes.

As we are booking transport for the event, we need to know by Thursday 11th October if a pupil would like to attend.

Please click here to scan visit this link to confirm your place.

PTA – Secretary Needed

The PTA needs a new Secretary – could you be the right person to join the team?  We estimate the duties would amount on average to no more than two or three hours a month, with the main duties being:

  • Agree dates of meetings (approx. 8 each school year) with Chairperson and book meeting room.
  • Liaise with Chairperson to produce an agenda for each meeting.
  • Take minutes at meetings, and circulate these to all Committee members.
  • Maintain the contact list of all Committee members.
  • Obtain an alcohol licence from East Lothian Council for any PTA event where alcohol is being served.

Please get in touch asap if you are interested, or if you just would like to find out more about the role. You can contact us:

  • on email at ;
  • on Facebook at NBHS PTA; or
  • leave your telephone number with the school office (894661) and we’ll call you back.



Visit from the Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland

We were delighted to welcome the band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland to NBHS yesterday.  Some of our woodwind, brass and percussion pupils were lucky enough to spend the whole morning with the band, and they had an amazing experience preparing a concert to present to the S1s later in the day.

The band, ably supported by our pupils, played rousing renditions of film favourites, including Jurassic Park, Captain America, Chicken Run and Hairspray.  They sounded fantastic and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone watching.

We are very grateful to the band for visiting NBHS – it truly was an unforgettable experience for many of our talented music pupils.