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Leith Battalion Our S3 XL Group were invited to take part in the Remembering the Leith Battalion project by Bryan and Craig Maughan at the Pilmeny Youth Centre. As part of this we have researched the 216 casualties of the 1915 Gretna Rail Disaster.
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Breakfast Cafe

The Breakfast cafe is open every school day 

7:45 to 8:15 in the Home Economics Department

Tea, toast, cereals, fruit, juice, coffee and hot chocolate available

It's open to all pupils and it's FREE!

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S2 into S3 Learner Pathways Presentation

An outline of the Learners' Journeys open to pupils entering S3 is available for parents here.


5th BI-ENNIAL DIVERSITY SHOW AND INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE

Diversity Show

On Thursday 11th February pupils, staff, parents and members of the local and wider community will be invited to attend our school show featuring a variety of acts from around the world.  Our theme this year is ‘A world of brilliant things’ which celebrates the journey of Diversity at Leith Academy.


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Online Health and Safety
Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service. Information and advice on all aspects of bullying
for practitioners, parents and pupils
 
UK police agency dedicated to protecting children from sexual abuse 
 
A website for young people and their parents/carers and teachers. Run by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) 
 
The UK’s free, confidential helpline dedicated to children and young people
0800 1111
 
LgbtYouth
the largest youth and community-based organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland

Physics National 4 & National 5 Online Resources

Leith Academy pupils can access National 4, National 5 and Higher FlashLearning Resources here.
Please note; You have to log-in to access these resources. Please contact the science department for a username/password.


The Edinburgh Guarantee
The Edinburgh Guarantee exists to make sure that every school leaver in Edinburgh will leave school with a choice of a job, Further Education or training opportunity.
Would you like to:
  • Find out about available opportunities for you?
  • Understand Edinburgh’s job market?
  • Explore your options on leaving school?Find out where to get help to get into employment, education, or training?
For these answers and more, visit our website www.edinburghguarantee.org where you will also find our latest opportunities.

Parent and Carer Support Information

Parent and Carer Information and Support Sessions  on Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Issues 

An opportunity to meet other parents and supportive
professionals in a safe relaxed environment.

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Highers and Nationals in a Nutshell

To help parents better understand the new qualifications, the National Parent Forum of Scotland has produced ‘Nationals in a Nutshell’ and 'Highers in a Nutshell'.  

Nationals in a Nutshell
Highers in a Nutshell


16+ Recruitment and Skills Centre online retail vacancies

The Recruitment and Skills Centre (RSC) at Fort Kinnaird Shopping Centre supports Jobseekers looking to gain and retain employment in the area. http://rscfortkinnaird.co.uk/vacancies/
 

 

The Recruitment and Skills Centre (RSC) at Fort Kinnaird Shopping Centre supports Employers’ current recruitment and staff development needs and also Jobseekers to gain and retain employment in the area.

In on the Act
An additional support need comes from anything which is a barrier to learning. Most, or all, schools will have some children with additional support needs of some kind. The education authority has many legal duties towards pupils with additional support needs.
 
Information about this is contained in a booklet called In On The Act : Information For The General Public which is published on the education authority website at http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/inontheact or contact the additional support for learning team on telephone number 0131 469 3444

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