The S1 Reports were due to be produced on Wednesday 27 May, however, this has now been rescheduled.
The reports will now be issued on Friday 29 May.
Please note that our Senior Inductions take place on Friday 29th May ahead of our new timetable starting on Monday 1st June. All senior students are expected back to school for the morning. Register in classes and then make your way to the Hall for the following times:
New S5 Students – Period 1
New S6 Students – Period 2
New S4 Students – Period 3
Please click on the link below to access 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.
OoVoo is a high quality video chat application similar to Facetime or Skype. It allows people to connect with up to 12 friends at one time and video chat or have a voice call. You can download it on an iPad, iTouch, iPhone, Android phone, etc. And you must be 13 years old to set up an account, which doesn’t slow anyone down who can subtract 13 years from 2015.
What are the concerns for your child using ooVoo? As with all social media, the main concern is who can search out your child easily. Please click on the ‘read more’ link below to see more detailed advice on how best to manage your child’s account.
Unicef UK is currently recruiting a new Youth Adviser (aged 16+) for its Board of Trustees to start in October 2015. The role of the Youth Adviser is to contribute to the work of the board by advising Trustees on how Unicef UK’s objectives can further incorporate young people. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about children’s rights to get involved in the organisation’s work.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Friday 12 June 2015.
For further information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org.uk/Jobs/Youth-Adviser-to-the-Board-of-Trustees/
Enquiries: call Wendy Brion on 020 7375 6025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tuesday last week, the S2 XL group returned to the Trinity centre to volunteer at the Foodbank. The group were involved in bagging and sorting the foods, handing out hot drinks and chatting with members of the local community who were accessing the Foodbank. The group were a real credit to Forrester High School and this experience was valuable as they completed their active citizenship unit.