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Broughton High School
Carrington Road, EH4 1EG, UK Edinburgh
+44 (0)131 332 7805
www:http://www.broughton.edin.sch.uk/e-mail:admin@broughton.edin.sch.uk

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Broughton High School has a strong tradition of providing a high quality of education for all its pupils, setting the highest expectations, recognising and rewarding pupil success. This helps pupils achieve their full potential, equipping them to participate fully in modern society. Our aim is to promote personal excellence in all aspects of work and through this raise attainment and achievement. We are committed to developing well-rounded individuals. Attainment is very important, gained through excellent teaching and learning but so is developing a full range of talents and attributes, to this end the school staff also provide a wide range of extra curricular activities. The achievements gained there are highly valued by the school, employers and the community. We therefore encourage the pupils to develop self discipline, self responsibility and to participate in the wider aspects of school life.

We aim to create a disciplined environment where effective teaching and learning can take place and pupils can enjoy learning. A key feature of the school is to involve pupils in decision making through pupil councils. All pupils should feel valued as individuals and have their views heard. Following a recent HMIe inspection it was noted that key strengths of the school were pastoral care, and the strong partnership with parents, the schoolboard, the PTA (Broughton Association) and the community. These partnerships are essential providing outstanding support for many aspects of school life.

The school incorporates The City of Edinburgh Music School which provides specialist music tuition for some of the country's most gifted musicians is located here and a specialist dance programme established in1998 continues its success and rapid growth within the school.

 

AIMS

Our School aims are as follows:

  1. Curriculum - To ensure a broad and balanced curriculum that provides students with the best possible learning opportunities, whilst encouraging them to take responsibility for their education

  2. Attainment - To ensure that all learners are able to realise their potential through the promotion and recognition of achievement and excellence.

  3. Teaching and Learning - To provide high quality teaching and learning experiences that challenge learners and enable them to enjoy their education and develop positive attitudes towards learning.

  4. Support for Learners - To provide effective support systems for all learners which promote personal and social development and underpin academic achievement.

  5. Ethos - To provide a welcoming. safe and caring environment in which learning and development have the highest priority and in which all staff and students are supported good behaviour, self discipline and respect for others are promoted.

  6. Management - To improve the quality of learning and teaching through effective leadership, organisation and management of the school's staff and resources.

  7. Health Promotion - To ensure good health in all young people through strategies which promote physical and mental wellbeing and self-esteem.

  8. Professional Development - To improve the quality of educational experiences for learners through a programme of continuing professional develópment for all staff.

  9. Partnership - To build and maintain effective partnerships between the school and its parental body, external support agencies and its wider community.

  10. Lifelong Learning - To foster in learners a desire for knowledge and understanding, whilst equipping them with skills and attitudes for adult and working life as a foundation for lifelong learning.

  11. Citizenship - To prepare young people for responsible citizenship by developing values, beliefs and attitudes compatible with living in a modern, democratic and multicultural society.

  12. Social Inclusion - To ensure that every young person enjoys equality of access to educational opportunities, regardless of social or economic background. 

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