Access Progress ESOL and Employability Support for Unemployed Parents
Access Progress, a project which supports unemployed parents living in Edinburgh towards work, education and training. We offer holistic support to overcome parents’ barriers to employment by working 1 to 1 and in groups to provide parents with tailored advice to help them with their individual situation. We offer onsite training and are now also able to offer ESOL classes, taught and accredited through Edinburgh College and taking place at our Community College at 156 Cowgate, Edinburgh EH1 1RP.
Parents Information Evening Presentations
P7 Parents Information Wednesday 16th June 2021
Here is the link to the P7 Parents Information letter which has also been sent out to our primaries to send home too. We look forward to welcoming our new S1s on 18th August.
We will be in touch with all S1 parents/carers w/c 16th August with the details of register classes and registration rooms to go to on their first day – Wednesday 18th August 2021.
Have a lovely Summer.
Ms J Presly DHT
Psycho-social resource packs to support the transition back to school
With news of a gradual return to school we would like to make you aware of these Psycho-social resource packs to support the transition back to school.
In the Children, Young People and Families section: https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/29910/psychosocial-mental-health-and-wellbeing-support/taking-care-of-other-people/working-with-young-people-and-families you will find resource packs focusing on supporting a return to school, written by the NES Early Intervention TIPS Clinicians in NHS Grampian, as detailed below:
- Back to school : activity pack
- Back to school : resource pack
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school : resource pack for parents
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school : resource pack for parents of neurodiverse children
- It’s ok to worry about going back to school after coronavirus : resource pack for teenagers
There is also a resource for parents/carers to support children and young people with long-term physical health conditions, with tips for managing anxiety about coming out of lockdown:
- Coming out of lockdown – managing worries : a guide for parents/carers of children and young people with long-term health conditions
We hope you find these resources helpful
Online Safety – Parents and Carers
Support for parents:
educational resources for remote learning:
Digital Learning Responsible Use Communication
All learners in Boroughmuir High School have access to, and make use of, digital technologies to support their learning both in school and at home. There are two guides attached:
- Digital Learning – Responsible Use Protocol
- Digital Learning – Quick Start Guide
All pupils and parents/carers should read the Digital Learning Responsible Use Protocol. The Quick Start Guide is a one page summary of the Protocol. The purpose of this protocol is to highlight steps to stay safe when using digital technology. We are enabling the video feature in Microsoft Teams to allow live two-way video lessons during times when blended learning may be necessary.
In sharing this protocol we will assume permission to use the video function, and adherence to responsible use is accepted. If you do not want to child to take part in live video lessons if deemed appropriate by the class teacher then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curriculum Leader Business Education & Computing Science/ICT Coordinator
Boroughmuir High School Digital Strategy slides:
Click here to download your copy
Tracking and Reporting 2020-21 Parent and Carers Update
Parents Evening Booking System
Please find below a link to a helpful guide on how to book appointments to a Parents Evening using our online booking system:
Boroughmuir High School S4 Prelims: Parent & Carers Update Oct. 2020
Parent University Guide
Here is the link for information and how to apply or check eligibility for Educational maintenance allowance
Free School Meals and Clothing Grants
Here is the link for information and how to apply or check eligibility for support with Free School Meals and Clothing Grants
Course Choice Information Evenings
Transition Fund Information
Subject Resources Summaries
This resource is for our learners, parents and carers to support individual home learning and also learning that occurs within the school day.
For each subject entry, information is described in 4 sections – Course Information; Resources; Home Study Materials and Assessment.
Examples of these materials include course outlines, topic benchmarks, class notes, teacher’s slides and revision notes.