Learner Pathways – Course Information 2017 – 2018

Students in S2, S3, S4 and S5 are making choices about subjects they want to study next session.  Consultation and discussion took place with S2 in December as they prepare for their move into S3.  Those who will be part …

Health and Wellbeing KAT Group Publish February Magazine

The Health and Wellbeing Key Adult Time Group – The Health Hectors – continue to promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing.  Posters to promote the group’s aims and vision are being …

Winter Newsletter Published Online

Our winter Newsletter has now been published online, with hard copies being distributed after the Christmas break.  The front page message from Principal, Norma Prentice, is all about our involvement with the Attainment Challenge and details some exciting projects that …

Key Adult Time Groups Improving Castlebrae

Our 10 Key Adult Time Groups continue to develop their values and vision for their own area of school improvement.

Health and Wellbeing

The Health and Wellbeing ‘Health Hectors’ have developed posters to promote their vision and values as well …

HWB KAT Group Publish First Magazine!

As part of our School Improvement Key Adult Time Groups, the ‘Health Hectors’ have been very busy planning and organising events and activities to improve Health and Wellbeing at Castlebrae. The first part of their mission was to produce a …

School Improvement And a Pupil Voice Through KAT

Our Key Adult Time is now embedded in the school week, with staff across the school taking on the role of Key Adult, to provide personalised support to small groups of students.  The main aim of this time is to …

No Business Like Snow Business!

We were lucky enough to be offered a fantastic two day opportunity through Snow Camp, an organisation which promotes Snow Sports with young people to build leadership and social skills.  A group of S3 and S4 students enjoyed an amazing …

Edinburgh International Festival – Young People’s Awards

The Edinburgh International Festival have engaged young people from across the City in a project where school students form part of a judging panel, to present awards for shows and events they’ve seen in the Festival.  Four Castlebrae students were …

Learning After The Bell…

At Castlebrae the message to our students is that Learning is an ongoing process and takes place in lots of different contexts, not just within the classroom.  A whole range of opportunities are available for our young people to engage …

A Pizza The Action!

A group of our S4 students have been shortlisted for a top award celebrating innovation and initiative.
The prestigious gong, handed out by The Merchant Company of Edinburgh, challenges enterprising youngsters aged between 13 and 18 to make their ideas