James Gillespie’s High School 120 Warrender Park Road Edinburgh EH9 1DD Telephone – 0131 447 1900. Email – [email protected]1. Art and Design
James Gillespie’s High School. Tel: +441314471900 Show Number; Inquire . Overview; Inquiry. Send Inquiry. Our School, founded in 1803,is situated in the heart of the beautiful and vibrant City of Edinburgh, Scotland. We are a modern culturally diverse comprehensive High School, educating pupils aged 11 to 18 years of age. Our studentsRating: 5/5(1)
High School. Handbook. 2017 - 2018. 52. JAMES GILLESPIE’S HIGH SCHOOL. Welcome. Thank you for visiting our website and, especially, this new – and online – Handbook, which tells you all about our school and the education your child will enjoy here. James Gillespie’s High School, founded in 1803, sits in the heart of beautiful Edinburgh
Welcome to James Gillespie’s High School Parent Council website. Sign up for our mailing list here. Posted in Parent Council and tagged Welcome on August 29, 2017 by jghscouncilcomms. Recording of Parent Council meeting on 26 January 2022 available.
In 1908 the Edinburgh School Board took over the responsibility for the school from the Merchant Company of Edinburgh Education Board, James Gillespie's legacy having run out many years before. In 1914 the school moved into the building at Bruntsfield Links, until recently used by Boroughmuir High School as an Annexe.
Campaign to rename Edinburgh's James Gillespie's High School due to slave trade links Hundreds of people have signed the online petition. By Shona Elliott. Wednesday, 16th September 2020, 4:45 pm.1. Author: Shona Elliott
James Gillespie’s High School, founded in 1803, sits in the heart of beautiful Edinburgh and our catchment-area includes many of its glories – Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, most of the University, the National Gallery and even the Scottish Parliament. For almost fifty years we have been a successful, culturally diverse comprehensive
Welcome to our online platform for sharing information about Modern Languages and 1+2 in the James Gillespie’s High School Cluster with families from across the cluster, including details of a new National Improvement Framework (NIF) Funded Transition Event which will take place on Tuesday 22nd May 2018 at JGHS for Primary Six pupils in each of the cluster primary schools.
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James Gillespie’s High School Parent Council Meeting and AGM Wednesday th14 October 2020 Draft note of meeting This meeting was held using a Microsoft Teams presentation due to ongoing limitations on group meetings related to Covid-19. Nominations to join the Parent Council were invited to be submitted by email.
In order to lessen anxieties and improve children’s confidence in joining us at James Gillespie’s the Support for Learning department have developed a comprehensive transition programme. From January staff at the High School visit all six of our feeder primary schools to discuss the support needs of Primary 7 pupils with the appropriate staff.
James Gillespie's High School is a state-funded secondary school in Marchmont, Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a comprehensive high school, educating pupils between the ages of 11 and 18, situated at the centre of Edinburgh. Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace are within the catchment area of James Gillespie's High School.
James Gillespie’s High School Parent Council Meeting Tuesday 7th September 2021 Note of meeting This meeting was held using Microsoft Teams due to ongoing limitations on group meetings related to Covid-19. Questions from parents and carers were invited prior to the meeting and could also be added during the meeting using a moderated chat.
Online via Zoom OR Live in the boardroom of the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. The talk will be given by Norma Allan, author of “Box Hats and Blue Stockings”, published in 2019, about what is often considered to be the golden age of James Gillespie’s High School for Girls.
I am a parent of two ladies aged 18 and 20. Headteacher of James Gillespie's High School since 9 January 2012. Previously, I was HT at Liberton HS for 6.5 years and prior to that I held a variety of teaching positions at: Firrhill HS, Beeslack HS, Portobello HS and Knox Academy. View my complete profile
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James Gillespie's High School is a state-funded secondary school in Marchmont, Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a comprehensive high school, educating pupils between the ages of 11 and 18, situated at the centre of Edinburgh.
A petition to rename James Gillespie’s High School due to the founder's links with the slave trade has gained over 600 signatures. James Gillespie was a wealthy tobacco merchant in 18th-century Edinburgh who used a quarter of his wealth to build a school for underprivileged children in Marchmont.
Born in 1726, Gillespie was a wealthy tobacco merchant in 18th-century Edinburgh and was one of the richest men in the Capital. When he died, he left some of his fortune with a request for a school for underprivileged children to be built.
The seminal text is to be excluded from classrooms at James Gillespie High School in Edinburgh as part of wider plans to decolonise the curriculum amid concerns over its "dated" approach to race.