For S1-S6 students
Please use the link below to allow you to complete the survey.
S1 to S3 will do this in their Learning, Thinking and Studying Skills class time.
S4 to S6 should get time to do this during PSE, but you are welcome to complete it at any time.
Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback. Your responses will help us to plan our development of learning of teaching for next session.
If you are a competition or a club swimmer please come to see Mr Pallister or Mr Bennion in the PE department before the October holidays to let them know what event you do and times you have achieved. This is due to the East Lothian Swimming Gala taking place on 15 November which we are wanting to put a strong team out for.
Fiscal Officer opportunities available across Scotland, permanent posts at full and part time, please follow the link below to find out more information.
Course Clearing Event
After you get your SQA exam results on Tuesday 7 August, come along to our course clearing event to find out what to do next.
Thursday 9 August 2018
12 – 4 pm
350 West Granton Road, EH5 1QE
Please make sure you bring all qualification certificates, portfolios and examples of work with you to the course clearing event so we can fast track your course offer.
Find out more on the website see link below
Take a look at the clearing course selection on our website and start your application.
View clearing courses on link below
Blog: Top Tips for Exam Results
If you are nervous about getting your exam results tomorrow then don’t panic – read our blog post to get some top tips for the day.
Read the blog post on the website.
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh runs annual School Lectures for young people interested in a career in medicine, these lectures are free to attend and can be booked by Mr Bell or the student directly.
“Becoming a Doctor was particularly good as it gave a great insight into personal statements, interviews and the ups and downs of this very special career choice. It was well targeted and every pupil benefitted. It gave much food for thought”.
Access to the Professions is run in conjunction with Reach: Scotland. It provides advice and guidance to eligible state school pupils in the south east of Scotland interested in applying to Medicine, Law or Veterinary Medicine. This project is a merger of two previous projects (Pathways to the Professions and Reach: Edinburgh).Law, Medicine and Veterinary Medicine by running activities and events to support S4-S6.
For more information see the link below.