Junior ties are now back in stock! Available from the school office, cost £4.50.
S5 ties are now back in stock!
These are available from the school office, cost £5.50.
We are delighted to announce that following a visit by a panel of judges we have been awarded Level 3 accreditation for Health Promoting Schools.
The panel met with staff, students and the Chair of our Parent Council and were impressed by everything they saw and heard. On the tour of the school they commented that this was not like other secondary schools they visited and could not quite believe the quality of display work around the corridors.
Thanks to the Health and Wellbeing Group (and Liz Nicoll in particular) for putting together the submission.
The latest dance- fitness craze that is sweeping the world … in a class for 11 – 16 year olds.
Where? – Longniddry Dance Studios, Douglas Road (near the tennis courts)
When? – Thursdays 4.00-4.45pm (Starts July 8th)
Cost?-Class is £3 per person but the class on the 8th of July is a free taster.
What do I need? –Wear trainers and clothes that are suitable to exercise in. Bring a drink of water.
Who is taking the class? – Classes will be taken by Fiona who did the Zumba sessions during activities week here in Preston Lodge.
The School Magazine Team is pleased to announce the launch of ‘EXPLORE’ – PL’s very own magazine.
It’s full of interesting articles and artwork show-casing the talent of pupils in the school.
The first edition will be available to buy this week at the Christmas Concerts and from Wednesday during school hours, for only £1.50.
Numbers are limited, so remember your money and do not miss out!
Lothian and Borders Police are about to rewrite their Youth Strategy and
want to hear from young people about how they feel police should respond
to issues and what they would expect from police. The session will take
place on Tuesday 5 January 2010 from 10.30am to 3pm at The Performing
Arts Centre, Stewarts Melville College, Queensferry Road, Edinburgh.
This is an exciting opportunity and the first time the police have
actively involved young people in working together to develop strategy.
What you say will influence what the police include in this strategy so
this really is your opportunity to make a difference.
Preston Lodge High School would like to invite you to their Christmas Fair:
Lots of stalls selling cards and wrapping paper, home baking, jewellery and handbags, crafts, many other ideas for Christmas and representatives from The Book People and Virgin Vie. There will also be a cafe providing refreshments.
Please come along and bring your friends to the High School assembly hall
on Tuesday 1 December from 2-4 pm
We are looking for donations for the Christmas hampers we are creating for this year’s raffle at the Senior Citizen Christmas concert on Thursday 10 December.
Could you donate some non perishable items?
Examples: – tinned foods, toiletries, packets of biscuits, sweets, jars of any preserves,
Any donations would be greatly appreciated, the more we have, the more hamper bags can be created. Donations should be sent/brought into school prior to Tuesday 8 December and taken to Home Economics. Many thanks in anticipation.
S3 Hospitality class & Home Economics department
Lots of stalls selling cards & wrapping paper, home baking, jewellery & handbags with representatives from The Book People, The Body Shop, Port Seton in Bloom and Virgin Vie! There will also be a café providing refreshments.