Gymnastics success

pic2The gymnastics team including  Katie  Lalita, Bethany  and Jen who won bronze as well as Emma Barton, Rachel Skillen and Lucy Hill.

  They all did themselves and the school proud and are now preparing for the Scottish Finals in Perth in March!


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S1 Radio Star!

Stanley BaxterTom Borley (S1) is starring in a radio play this festive season. Described as “like an audio version of Home Alone”, he plays the kidnapped son of a wealthy philanthropist. However, his bungling captors have met their match and may come to regret their decision… You can hear Tom in the play, which is from the Stanley Baxter Playhouse, on Radio 4 at 11.30am on Wednesday 23rd December. Well done, Tom!

You can read more about it here

Two Desperate Men

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Tennis success

WP_20151206_17_06_52_Pro%5b1%5dCongratulations to Rachel and Ellie  on their success in winning the girls event at the Meadows Tennis Doubles Tournament on Sunday.  The girls overcame the opposition as well as the cold and damp conditions to take the top prize.  Well done, girls!

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Christmas Concert Monday 14th December

Tickets for the concert are now on sale. They can be purchased from the music staff base during break and for the first ten minutes of lunch. Tickets cost £6.00 for adults and £4.00 for concessions.
Please note all permissions forms must be returned ASAP.
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Annual House of Lords Chamber debate

Twenty three students set off early on Friday to travel to London for the annual House of Lords Chamber debate. Boroughmuir represented Scotland’s schools in this years’ debate The debate motion was “How do we increase diversity in Parliament?” Arriving at King’s Cross off the 7.30 from Waverley, we got to the Houses of Parliament just in time to get final briefings and coaching on debating style,DSC_0001 voice projection in the chamber. The debate was chaired by the Lord Speaker, one Baroness D’Souza, and lasted for almost two hours hearing a range of opinion from schools in London, Belfast and Manchester and Humanist, faith groups, post-faith groups and from the girl-guiding organisation. Described by the Lord Speaker as “one of the best chamber debates there had been”, it was viewed by all from Boroughmuir DSC_0010as a highly valuable experience. Only Storm Des spoiled things somewhat when the power lines on the East Coast were blown down and our arrival home was delayed by a couple of hours. Well done to everyone and remember, Boroughmuir Debating Club is there for you to benefit from the skill of speech and argument. All welcome!

You can view the video of the debate using this link here.



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