Broughton High School News & Events

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School Self Evaluation Survey

School Self Evaluation Survey – Views of parents and carers 2013/14
Children and Families in the City of Edinburgh Council is keen to find out what parents and carers think of the education services it provides. We want to hear what you think works well and what needs to change.  Click here to download the survey in English, and here to download it in Polish


Anna has over 2.3 million hits on YouTube


Anna McLuckie

Music School student Anna McLuckie has received over 2.3 million hits on YouTube after her performance on The Voice on BBC1 on Saturday, 11 January.



Lunch and After School Revision Sessions now on

Details of lunch and after school revision sessions for upcoming prelims are available here:

Broughton Student Through to 'The Voice'

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Broughton High School's Anna McLuckie, 6S, takes to the stage on BBC1's "The Voice" which returns to television screens on Saturday evening.  Read the full story here

New Term ....

The new term starts Tuesday 7 January - please remember to wear full school uniform.


S4 & S5/6 Prelim Exam Schedules January & February 2014 updated

The S4 Prelims take place between 20 and 28 January 2014.  You can download the schedule here.  The S5/6 Prelims take place between 29 January and 7 February.  The schedule is available to download here.

Amnesty International Ceilidh update


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Broughton High School’s Amnesty International Youth Group, newly formed in September, held a ceilidh on Saturday 7 December to raise awareness of Human Rights Day (10 December).

The ceilidh dancing was led by the school’s own 5th year band, Fiddlers on the Ramp, with Seoras Lewis (S6) calling the dances. Isla Ratcliff (S6) and Anna Djordjevic (S5) compered the event. There was further musical entertainment by Isla Ratcliff, Cara Targett-Ness (S5), Isabella Webster (S5), Mark Reid (S5) and Lyle Barker (S6), Highland dancing by Georgia Combe (S1), and a speech by Amnesty speaker Eilidh Douglas.  Many guests wrote letters to victims of human rights abuse and bought candleholders made by members of the Youth Group. There was a raffle and some excellent home baking. Niamh McNulty (S3) gave an impassioned speech to commemorate Nelson Mandela and his outstanding contribution to human rights. The group raised an amazing £502.46 for Amnesty International.   Check here to see more photos from the evening.

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