From August 2017, new, national standardised assessments will be introduced in all schools in Scotland. These assessments will provide an additional source of nationally consistent evidence for teachers to use when assessing children’s progress.
Parents and carers can see the details of this important new initiative by clicking here.
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And why not pop along to one of the school meetings – no pressure, no obligation, just a genuine open door to find out more first-hand. Where does Council money get spent? Who is teaching our kids? How does the new curriculum work? We’ve got all your answers. Got ideas to improve communications? Raise funds? Enrich our learning environment? Tell us what you’re thinking! The meeting calendar is on our website, here: https://broughtonhighpc.org/meetings/
Joy Jarvie, a third-year PhD student at Heriot-Watt University, has approached us for help with her ecology-based field work on the pond in Inverleith Park. She is asking local residents if they’d fill in a survey on how they see the benefits of this pond.
To take her survey, click this online survey link.
Her e-mail address, for any questions you may have, is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are two Summer Performance Projects for kids! Week one, for 8-10 year-olds, runs Mon 29th June to Fri 3rd July. Week two, for 11-14 year-olds, runs from Mon 6th to Fri 10th July.
Each week will culminate in a short performance that the children will devise and present themselves with assistance from professional drama tutors.
There are bursaries available to help anybody who might be struggling with the cost.
For more information, contact Steve Small and Strange Town, 0131 629 0292.