Come along to our Digital Classroom Experience 2018 on Tuesday 13 March at 11am-12.30pm. Join us in school to experience what learning looks and feels like in a digital classroom. Find out how we engage students in learning using digital technologies and innovative practice.
Open to all parents and carers from Tynecastle High School and our associated primaries.
To book your place please register using the link below or call the Tynecastle High School office on 337 3488
It’s been a fun week of Digital Learning here at Tynecastle. On Tuesday morning we had a reception to celebrate the recognition of our digital learning programme as an ‘Apple Distinguished Programme‘. Attended by a number of local dignitaries, business leaders and educators, Councillor Cammy Day, Education Convenor for the City of Edinburgh Council, unveiled our new Apple Distinguished Programme plaque! The story also featured in the Evening News – read the article by following this link…
On Tuesday evening we held our first evening community event celebrating digital learning. Families from our four associated primaries and from Tynecastle attended, taking part in science experiments with wireless temperature probes, beat the goalie including video analysis of your footwork!, animation, digital drawing, robotics and more. Linking in with this year’s National Internet Safety Day, we also heard about how to develop our Digital Resilience from Sarah at Place2B, our community police officer, PC Scott, and one of our student support leaders, Louise Moultray.
On Wednesday and Thursday P6 classes from our associated primaries (Balgreen, Craiglockhart, Dalry and Stenhouse Primary Schools) came along and took part in digital learning workshops with a number of our teachers and students. The students took part in workshops around art, history, modern languages, music and science. It was great to have our learning communities come together and learn from each other.
We’re delighted to be hosting our first Festival of Digital Learning during the week of 6-10 February 2017. Digital learning has created many new and exciting opportunities for learning and teaching and our showcase event on Tuesday the 7th of February from 6.30pm-8pm is an evening of hands-on activities to help parents and carers see how young people are using digital technology in school, along with information on how to support learning with technology at home. There will also be presentations from our head teacher Hazel Kinnear, teaching staff, Place2Be staff and students.
This event is designed for all students in P5, 6 and 7 in our associated primaries and all of our students in S1, 2 and 3 in Tynecastle. Please come along and enjoy a fun evening for all the family!