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Welcome to Portobello High School’s website. We are pleased to provide those visiting our site with information about the school and aspects of our work. Good communication is important to us as a school and we regard our relationship with parents/carers and the wider community as crucial to the success of the school.
Here at Portobello High School we are committed to providing a challenging and rewarding educational experience. We are a non-denominational, six year comprehensive based in the East of Edinburgh. Our school roll is over 1400 pupils and despite being the largest school in Edinburgh, the House System we operate and our policies and procedures ensure that every pupil is welcome, known and supported.
We pride ourselves in being an inclusive school which offers many and varied opportunities, both within and outwith the classroom, for the growth and development of pupils in our care.
Please contact the school if you require more information.
Ruth McKay, Head Teacher
Click HERE to read the school’s advice on Distance Learning during closure.
Learning activities can be accessed remotely as follows:
For S1/2 pupils
All learning content will be distributed to you via OneNote Notebooks. This can be accessed via a web browser on any internet-connected device using the following links:
Click HERE to watch a video with help on how to do this.
For S3-6 pupils
All activities will be communicated to pupils via their existing OneNote Class Notebooks. Pupils should also monitor their email for any additional instructions.
NB: S4 -6 pupils have also been emailed information about using Scholar. Scholar can be used to access learning materials for many current and future courses.
For reference, the whole Office 365 suite can be accessed via a browser using the link http://office365.edin.org
Please see the documents below for the latest information from the school and City of Edinburgh Council.
Portobello High School is currently open. In line with NHS advice, anyone with symptoms of infection (such as new persistent cough / high temperature) should self-isolate and stay at home for 7 days. Further information regarding health can be found at:
At this time, please note the following arrangements:
Keeping Learning Going during Self-Isolation
Young people in S1-3 who are self-isolating can access level 3 and 4 resources to keep learning going at:
Young people in S4-6 will also find the website above useful and can, in addition, email their class teacher.