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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

 

GSA Visit

G.S.A. group Parliament visit

Members of Boroughmuir’s Gender Sexuality Alliance were delighted, on Tuesday 27th October, to attend the Public Petitions Committee at the Scottish Parliament where T.I.E. (time for Inclusive Education were presenting their petition for LGBTQI+ education. The petition asked for LGBTQI+ education to become a statutory part of the curriculum throughout Scotland. There was a great […]

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Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA) update

From January 2016, the income thresholds for Education Maintenance Allowances are increasing for those students born before 1 March 2000  and this means more students may qualify to receive weekly payments of £30 per week.   The income threshold for families with one dependent child will increase from £20,351 to £24, 421 and for those with […]

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P7 Open Afternoon – Friday 23rd October 1.30-3.30pm

Our P7 Open Afternoon will take place this Friday 23rd October from 1.30pm – 3.30pm.  Letters have been issued to all our P7s via their primary schools before the holiday.   We look forward to meeting with you all and offering you a tour of the school and an opportunity to meet with Boroughmuir staff and […]

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S4 PRELIM EXAMINATIONS

The S4 prelim exams will take place from 9-17 November, you can see the full timetable here. S4 Pupil Prelim Timetable 2015   And this booklet provides useful information regarding prelims.   S4 Prelim – Parent Information 2015  

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The Edinburgh Mini Trials

Congratulations to Senior Modern Studies Pupils who took part in the Edinburgh MiniTrials at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on the 3rd October 2015. MiniTrials are based on what actually happens at the Sheriff Court and pupils take part in the reconstruction of two criminal jury trial. The morning trial involved an “assault to severe injury” and […]

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