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Culture Fair


BHS' 'Celebrating Cultures' event takes place on 16 June from 12:30 - 3:30pm, organised by a group of our young people with the support of their teachers. There will be a number of stalls, workshops, talks and music to celebrate the diversity of our school community. On the day, your child is welcome to come into school wearing cultural clothes instead of school uniform. We encourage you to register for the event (for free) at:

If you have any questions, ideas, contributions or would like a stall at the event, please feel free to get in touch. Thank you for your support and hope to see you there!


P7-S1 Parents' Information Evening - 5 June


This letter contains information about our forthcoming P7-S1 Parents information evening which takes place on Monday 5th June 2023, from 6.30 – 7.15pm here at Broughton High School

Broughton Summer Concert


Broughton High School invites you to our Summer Concert!

Join us on June 8th at 7pm in the Theatre for an extravaganza of music making, showcasing this term's musical achievements and talents from the pupils of Broughton High school!   Performances include the BHS choir, a selection of our instrumental ensembles and soloists. 

Tickets are on sale from the school office: £3 for pupils/concessions, £5 adults & £15 family ticket (2 adults & 2 children). We can't wait to see you there! Miss McNeill & Miss Stewart.


Broughton Student Selected for Gymnastics Home Nations Tournament


S5 Student, Murrin McLean, has recently been selected to represent Scotland at the upcoming Rhythmic Home Nations Tournament, which takes place at the Sport Wales National Centre, Sophia Gardens in Cardiff from 26-28 May.  Other recent achievements include competing internationally in Amsterdam, Individual Scottish Championn, North West Open Champion and Member of Scottish National Squad.   

Well done from everyone at Broughton!

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Letter from City of Edinburgh Council


Please see attached letter from Lorna French, Service Director for Education and Chief Education Officer


National Squad Selection for Broughton Student

S5 student, Emma Watson, aged 17, has been selected for the Scotland Women's National Squad.  You can read more about this great achievement herehere:  

Many congratulations to Emma.  #ScotlandNTcrest2

TEEN Triple P: Psychology of Parenting Programme









The Teen Triple P parenting programme is an effective support for parents who are experiencing behaviour difficulties with their pre-teen or teenager. Further information is here.

Details of Teen Triple P groupsTeen Triple P groups which are running across Edinburgh can be found alongside information on all our parenting programmes at Support for families – The City of Edinburgh CouncilSupport for families – The City of Edinburgh Council   A combination of face to face groups and one to one and group online courses are being run.

The next Teen Triple P face to face groups will run at-

• Goodtrees Neighbourhood Centre, 5 Moredunvale Place, EH17 7LB
Thursdays 12.30-2.30pm
20th April – 22nd June 2023

• Gate 55, 55 Sighthill Road, EH11 4PB
Wednesdays 1-3pm
26th April - 21st June 2023

• Royston Wardieburn Community Centre, 11 Pilton Drive North, EH5 1NF
Fridays 9.30-11.30am
28th April - 23rd June 2023,

Please share this information widely with the families who may benefit.   Applications are welcome directly from parents and carers or a professional can apply on their behalf.

Applications can be made by completing the online application formapplication form

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you require more information or you wish to discuss the suitability of the programme or particular support needs of any parents and carers you are working with. Additional Supports for Families can always be found at

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