Please take time to read this letter from National Clinical Director, Professor Jason Leitch to all parents/carers of children regarding Covid-19
Dinosaurs in love, a boring Sunday, bullying and self image are just some of the themes explored by the next generation of aspiring Edinburgh writers in a special 30th Anniversary showcase edition of Class Act, the Traverse's creative learning programme during this year's Fringe. You can read more about it here.
Welcome to all parents and carers who are new to the school! Are you missing finding out how things work through chat at the school gate? Do you have questions about life at Broughton High? Are you wondering why things are set up the way they are? Don't feel like your question is important enough to bother the school?
At our Ask A Parent online session there is no such thing as a silly question! Speak to parents who have been at the school for a while and if we can't help you we will be able to point you in the right direction!
Are you having problems accessing Teams?
If you don’t know your username and/or password ask your teacher.
A new Peer Support group for parents caring for a young person (11-25years) experiencing Mental Health issues has been set up. The group will be run as part of the new Parents Carewell Partnership meeting online, fortnightly on a Friday 10-11am. The next session will be Friday 17 September. Click here for further information.
The Adult Education Programme is enrolling for a range of online courses starting in September. Face-to-face courses are going to gradually restart after the October mid term break.
They will be advertised on their website www.joininedinburgh.org as well, where you can find course descriptions and enrol for all the courses.