Today’s EventsNo calendar events today
Please click on the link below to access the latest career opportunties for our young poeple 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.
Information and Discussion Meeting for Parents and Carers of children with Additional Support Needs
Friday 7th March 9.45-11.30am, Forrester Community Lounge
Please join us to ask questions, meet other families in the same situation and learn from each other. Feel free to bring a friend or other family member. At this initial meeting you will decide what topics you want to hear and learn about at future meetings. This is particularly suitable for parents/carers of S1 and S2 pupils. Click on the link below for more information.
Our S3 Pupils have recently been involved in workshops led by “Show Racism the Red Card” were they have been challenging the consequences of Racism through a much loved sport of football. The aims of the sessions focussed on helping to enable our young people to develop good relationships and respect differences between people regardless of their ethnicity, faith, culture or nationality.
We are always trying new ways to connect with visitors to our School and one of the ways you can do that is to follow us on Twitter to stay up to date with all the latest information. It is particularly useful for parents and students because we regularly send out reminders about forthcoming events at Forrester.
A range of Departments across the School also have Twitter accounts:
@FHS_English @S4fhsworkexp @ForriesVoice
@forresterscienc @forresterdls @forrester1to1
@ForriesFilmClub @FHS_CDT @forresterdance1
@forrester_music @FHSComp @forrestersport
Miss Mo Cunningham leaves us on the 28th February to commence her well-deserved retirement.
Miss Cunningham has been a valued member of staff here at Forrester High School for 19 ½ years and will be sorely missed by pupils, staff and parents alike. Her contributions to the working life of the school are too numerous to mention, but she leaves in the knowledge that many of her ideas and initiatives are now firmly embedded into our working practices.
Her dedication and commitment to ensuring the best possible outcomes for all pupils of Forrester HS was evident in all aspects of her work. On behalf of all staff and pupils at Forrester High School I would like to wish Miss Cunningham a long and happy retirement
Mr Martin Ennis will be Acting Depute Head Teacher for Redpath House and Burns (2) pupils until a permanent appointment is made.