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Our vision is to ensure a confident, nurturing and inclusive learning community where all achieve their full potential and embrace life’s challenges.

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Latest News

Jess McGhee. Donald Dewar Memorial Debate

Senior Debating Club News

Congratulations to Jess  and Alisa who took part in the first round of the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating tournament on Thursday 19th November at Clifton Hall School. The girls gave a very strong performance and were successful in winning the debate against Clifton Hall. They will now progress to the second round of the tournament which […]

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JB Award 2015 light

John Byrne Award 2015

Congratulations to: Annie, Verity, Jordan, Sarah and Nerida  for their recent success at the John Byrne award. This year’s theme was Alienation and the pupils produced some fantastic pieces to make the final.The Award allows pupils to engage in contemporary art practice beyond the confines of the SQA. The picture shows Sarah, Annie, Verity and […]

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Heriot Watt university provides interactive content on-line for over 30 SQA courses. Regular on-line homework sessions give pupils the chance to ask questions and recieve instant answers. All S5/6 pupils in Boroughmuir have login details that they can use to access the materials in school and at home. These provide excellent opportunities for revision and […]

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Young Enterprise Fair

Young Enterprise Xmas Market

The Boroughmuir YE group – Green Glasses – sold candles and glasses at the Xmas fair on Saturday.  They were awarded a shield for ‘Best Product’. The glasses were made by the group from recycled bottles and the fragranced candles were made in recycled jars of different types and sizes. Mr Dempster presented the shield […]

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Rock Holyrood

Edinburgh schools rock Holyrood

The Edinburgh Schools Rock Ensemble (ESRE) performed at Holyrood on 7 October, at an event sponsored by Anne McTaggart MSP, to celebrate the important contribution made to the economy by musicians. You can read about the event here  

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