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Latest News


S2 Book Trailers 2015

As part of the s2 library program all pupils are asked to create a book trailer on a book of their choice in December each class watches their trailers and then vote for their favourites we have now whittled it down to the top 23 and pupils and staff will now vote for the best […]

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Young Consumers of the Year Competition Success

Congratulation to our Young Consumers team who won the Edinburgh Final at Lothian Chambers on Thursday. The team of senior pupils Jess (C) Calum, Clara, Henry and Maya beat stiff opposition form James Gillespie’s and Portobello to win the title. They will nopw take part in the Scottish final at the Parliament building in March […]

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Christmas Concert

Well done to the 300 young performers who played and sang their hearts out to a ‘sold out’ Central Hall on Monday. Once again this highlight of the year was a massive success bringing the whole school community, past and present, together to celebrate and get into the Christmas spirit. A big thank you to […]

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Gymnastics success

The 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!

Tom 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 […]

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