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17 February 2020
- S4-6 Full Reports Issued
26 February 2020
- Vaccinations Booster - Dip/Tet/Polio and Meningitis ACWY
26 February 2020
- Nat 5 Admin & IT Assessment
3 March 2020
- Higher & Nat 5 Accounting Assessment
4 March 2020
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Please click on the link below to access information and the latest career opportunities for our young people in Edinburgh. You can keep up to date with all the latest information regarding career opportunities in our Pupil Support Leaders section of the Web Site.
The URL for the new Edinburgh Guarantee Opportunities website is www.edinburghguarantee.org
Are you/ is your child in S2/S3?
Do you or your child have difficulty forming and maintaining friendships?
Then this next block of sessions for the PEERS (Programme for the Evaluation and Enrichment of Relational Skills) programme is for you!
There are sessions for young people and for parents to attend starting from the 24th of February 2020.
City of Edinburgh Council are consulting with parents, carers, school staff and pupils around our current guidance for selecting pupils for a composite class.
Whilst composite classes are only in primary, we would appreciate feedback from parents of older children who may have experienced a composite whilst in primary.
Composite classes are a normal part of primary school education in Scotland and have become more common. The maximum class size for a composite class is 25 pupils. This applies to all composite classes in Scotland, regardless of the age and number of year groups within the class.
In Edinburgh, when planning composite classes, year groups are not normally be split 3 ways, for example, a P2 year group would not be split into P1/2, P2 and P2/3. A split of P1/2 and P2/3 would be acceptable.
Headteachers are responsible for organising a composite class. Currently in Edinburgh, the main criterion for selecting pupils for a composite class is age – so the oldest pupils from the younger year group will be grouped with the younger children from the older year group. In other words, we use date of birth as our main criterion. Head Teachers may also consider the gender balance of the classes and pupils in each stage.
We invite you to participate in our survey – this can be accessed by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting it into your web browser.
The survey will be open until Sunday 26th January 2020.
On Tuesday 4th February 2020, we have a Senior Coursing Evening in our Assembly Hall for all new senior students (those moving into S4, S5 and S6) and their parents:
Current S3 parents / students 6.00-7.00pm
Current S4 & S5 parents / students 7.00-8.00pm
Mr Rafferty, Head Teacher, Mr Ennis, DHT and Mrs Kate MacPhie, PSL will talk about the various courses on offer for our young people moving into the senior school in session 2020/21 and the learning review process about to commence in school. We will also have representation from our Skills Development Scotland (Careers) and Edinburgh College links.
To enable us to plan room arrangements please indicate your intention to attend by booking places via the Parent’s Evening Booking System using the following link:
On Thursday 16th January 2020, we have a Parents’ Information Evening in our Assembly Hall, 6.00 – 7.00pm. Mr Rafferty, Head Teacher, Mrs Scott, DHT and Mrs Flannagan Brown, PSL will talk about the various courses on offer for our young people moving into S3 in session 2020/21 and the learning review process about to commence in school.
This is predominately a parent information evening, with young people being supported through the process in their social education classes and in individual interviews with their PSL teacher, young people are also welcome to attend with their parent(s) should they wish.
To enable us to plan room arrangements please indicate your intention to attend by booking places via the Parent’s Evening Booking System using the following link: https://www.parents-booking.co.uk/forresterschool