As another busy school year draws to a close, I would like to wish all students, staff and families a restful and enjoyable summer. My message to students this week in assemblies has been to keep themselves and their friends safe, to be active and get involved in the many opportunities on offer in the community.
Forrester High School will close for the summer holiday at 12noon on Friday 28th June and I look forward to seeing evryone back safe and well on Wednesday 14th August.
Thanks, and best wishes.
Summer Newsletter to follow!
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.
We would like to gain feedback from parents regarding the success of activities week. Please click on this link to complete the survey.
You may need to sign in with your school Office365 account to access it.
Your support in helping us maintain high standards of Dress Code is very much appreciated. Improving achievement, attainment and ethos in our school is connected to raising standards in how our young people present and how they dress. And as part of reducing the cost of the school day, it is vitally important they come to school dressed appropriately and ready to learn.
In anticipation of Dress Code being replenished for the start of the new term in August, please be reminded that leggings / track suit bottoms do not conform with the Forrester High School Dress Code.
If your son / daughter is in the Senior Phase……
There will be 4 weeks of activities based on the most popular activities chosen by the P7’s across the cluster. This is a good opportunity to meet other pupils going to Forrester High School and meet some of the coaches and staff that deliver extra-curricular clubs.
Please also see the information in the link below about football trials if your child would like to play for the school S1 team.
Shona Clark, Active Schools Coordinator