Broughton High School News & Events

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FREE Dyslexia Masterclass for Parents

Join Sharon Hall and Dyslexia Scotland's South East branch for an essential guide to supporting your child with dyslexia in the masterclass taking place at James Gillespie's High School tomorrow evening.   Please note there is no need to book a place at this free event.

Child Safety On-line

Social networking is hugely popular.  Many young people are confident and sophisticated in the way they use social media apps and websites.

However, social media, like all forms of public communication, comes with risks.  Not all risks turn into problems but by helping your child understand what the risks are you can play a big part in preventing them turning into problems.

Please take the time to read the official UK Council for Child Internet Safety Guidance and talk to your children about it.

Further help keeping children safe on line can be found on the excellent Internet Matters website:

In particular, their guides for social media are very useful:

MSP visit to Active Girls Day at Broughton

Broughton High School was delighted to welcome MSP Maree Todd to the after school clubs on Friday,  5 October for sportscotland’s Active Girls Day.

Scottish FA Football Festivals

Well done to the Broughton High School S2 & S4 Performance players for attending the Scottish FA Football Festivals at Oriam Performance Centre on 3 & 4 October.  They all performed well and did the school proud.

Under 16s Football News

A quick bit of good news: our U16s won their 1st Round Scottish Cup tie on Monday, 1 October after-school. They beat Preston Lodge 3-2.   Well done to all the players involved.

RUTS October Break 2018 Programmes

Aged 15-19 and looking for something to do over the October holidays?    RUTS (Rural & Urban Training Scheme) offers the following: 

RUTS Mountain Bike Award:  a 5-day course during which you learn about specific Mountain Biking equipment and their functions.  After this, you will prepare for Mountain Biking activity. Once you have completed your cycle, participants will evaluate the day and prepare for the next cycle. The course runs from 10am - 3pm, Monday 15 October to Friday 19 October and will be delivered either from the workshop at Lady Victoria Colliery, Newtongrange, or from a mobile unit. 

RUTS Urban Box:  a 2-day programme offering a unique introduction to a non-contact boxing course. You will learn the core skils used in boxing, which includes stance, guard, punching techniques and basic movement.  The sessions are from 12-4pm and will be delivered from a community space near you.

To book on either of these courses contact RUTS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0131 663 5736.



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