The following presentation is information to help any individuals who are looking to apply for courses at Edinburgh College for courses to start in August 2017. The information consists of details about Open Days, choosing courses & how to apply using the online application on the Edinburgh College website. If any individual is hoping to apply for a course that is not at Edinburgh College and would still like some help with this, they can speak to the School Careers Advisers Martin Brynes & Joyce McAree, who are based in the Careers Interview Room in the School Library.
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Applying to College 2017
University of Edinburgh research participants needed
Changeworks has partnered with the University of Edinburgh to deliver IDEAL, a cutting edge research project exploring how smart technology can help save energy in the home. They are looking for Edinburgh households (EH1-17) with gas combi boiler heating to participate.
The benefits include:
- Gaining insight into your home energy use
- Receiving a free android tablet used to display energy use information
- Receiving tailored advice from University of Edinburgh experts
- Hopefully saving money on gas and electricity bills
For more information visit changeworks.org.uk/projects/ideal
To get involved email your name, address, and contact details to IDEAL@changeworks.org.uk, or call 0131 539 8610.
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Shortly after next term begins, exams in all subjects will take place between Monday 16th and Friday 27th January with most coinciding with the times of the normal school day.
In a small number of subjects ‘exam booster’ sessions have been scheduled before Nat 5 exams, providing an opportunity to re-visit the structure and timings of these exams before entering the exam hall. Exam boosters have proved very successful in other schools, helping students to feel calm and reassured before sitting their exams. Should they be well received by students at Portobello High School, they could be used more widely during the May exam diet.
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Click here to view the National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Prelim timetable.