This week is National Digital Learning Week and also Mental Health Awareness Week. Sometimes the technologies we use have both positive and negative effects on wellbeing. In Tutor Time this week all students have been learning about their digital rights and we shared the video below with all students and staff
If you would like to find out more about our digital rights have a look at the 5Rights website.
In Tynecastle if any student, parent or carer would like to discuss any issue you can contact the school and also Sarah Haywood, our Place2Be School Project Manger at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re delighted to be celebrating National Digital Learning Week in school this week, thinking about how we use digital technologies in and out of school, and looking forward to what has become a showcase event for educators from all over Edinburgh (and beyond!) – our Digital TeachMeet. This is the 4th Digital TeachMeet we have run and looks to be a great evening again with lots of sharing about how we are using digital learning to improve outcomes for all of our young people. Look out for #NDLW18 on Twitter…
We are also delighted and incredibly proud to be selected as finalists in this year’s Scottish Education Awards in the Digital Learning and Teaching category. The award ceremony takes place on June 6 in Glasgow where students and staff will represent the school.
Tynecastle High School has a legal responsibility to deliver an effective educational programme to its students. In order to do this, we need to collect personal data about our students and their families so that we can help them learn, and keep them safe. You can find out more about the sort of data we collect and how we use it by clicking on the image below.
If you have any questions about any of this information please refer to the City Of Edinburgh’s Privacy Notice or contact the school on 0131 337 3488 or email@example.com