Broughton Association Report 10.12.12
The Broughton Association, the fundraising arm of the Parent Council, is proud to have supported the following school projects this year, in the following amounts:
To provide a valuable internet tool to S5 pupils to help them research their family history as part of a Genealogy course.
History books £920
Subscription to the Modernity Scotland web site and course books for the Higher Modern Studies and Higher History students.
To create a professional static studio setting, which students can access and use easily without much adult supervision, out-with normal school hours.
Part fund a school trip to the Mining Museum at Newtongrange for S1 IDL (Inter-Disciplinary Learning) project.
Rugby Strips for BHS rugby team.
To buy equipment for experiments for the after school Science Club.
Inverleith Youth Theatre £500
To go towards the next scripted performance of the Youth Theatre.
Eco club £85
Bulbs, litterpickers, bird feeders and compost bin.
Art club £400
To encourage more boys to come to the Art Club for S1 and S2. Materials for fibre arts, print making and sculpture. Trips to visit exhibitions on a Friday afternoon.
Citizenship project £200
To support the wider achievement of senior pupils in volunteering and John Muir awards.
Several more bids are being currently being looked at.
The forms to apply for funding have been circulated to all staff. Criteria and procedures are all in place.