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 email@example.com
Save the Date!
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival Singing Workshop 22nd May
Come and join a singing workshop on Tuesday 22nd May 3.30pm-4.30pm at Tynecastle High School, in connection with the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. No singing or musical experience needed, everybody welcome!
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF, 7-27 May 2018) is an annual event to raise awareness of mental health issues (and challenge preconceptions about mental health) through music, film, visual arts, dance, theatre and literature. The theme of this year’s festival is ‘Beginnings’, and it is happening during Scotland’s 2018 ‘Year Of Young People’. Our singing workshop is free and open to everybody in the Tynecastle High School community: students, parents and carers, school staff, and those in our cluster primary schools (Dalry, Balgreen, Stenhouse and Craiglockhart).
Singing will be led by Caro Overy, who joined us in February to lead a workshop during Children’s Mental Health Week. Caro is a choir leader, singer, and songwriter who enjoys sharing songs old and new from around the world to help people connect and have fun through singing.
For more information about this event, please contact Sarah Haywood (Place2Be School Project Manager), but please do just come along on the day. For more information about SMHAF and how you can get involved, visithttps://www.mhfestival.com/
Our daily Breakfast Club has been running successfully since August last year. Every day we offer all students a delicious range of breakfast options, from fruit and yoghurt to toast and cereal. This is a completely free service and all students are welcome. Breakfast Club runs in the Community Wing from 7.30-8.20a.m. every day.