Active Schools Clubs Term 2

All the Active Schools Clubs are now up and running, we have a couple of lunch time clubs along with Activity and Sport on every day after school. Football, Rugby, Dance, Table Tennis, Basketball come along and get involved. Any questions or ideas for clubs I would love to hear from you. ...

Teen Titles Reviews

Teen Titles is a city wide magazine, written by students and produced by school librarians. Student reviewers receive new books hot off the press from publishers, making them some of the first pupil in the city to read them! ‘Well done to S1 pupils Noor, Daniel and Charisma who each have a book review published ...

Christians Against Poverty

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is run from the Holy Trinity Church and aims to support families who are experiencing financial difficulties by providing debt counselling and other supports. CAP can assist families to maximise income through; CAP Debt Help has been specifically tailored to help those who are struggling with unmanageable debt to get a handle ...

Free children’s bicycle servicing

WHEC’s partnership with Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative enabled us to provide free children’s bicycle servicing and repairs last week. Niall Patterson from the Bicycle Cooperative was assisted by some WHEC pupils to repair punctures, replace brake cables and make sure that the bikes brought in to us were fit for cycling. In 2019, we will be offering ...

‘The New Girl’

Wester Hailes Education Centre is delighted to be able to share with you a short film entitled ‘The New Girl’ which was created during the October school holidays by a group of our pupils. The film was conceived, written, directed and edited by our young people with support from Screen Education Edinburgh, WHALE Arts and ...

Outstanding staff in WHEC

BBC Scotland were in WHEC on Monday 12 December, interviewing our staff - Mrs Gee in Modern Languages – and S1 pupils. The BBC were particular interested in the skillset of Mrs Gee and the ‘journey’ she has undertaken to enter the teaching profession. BBC reporter Jamie McIvor was extremely impressed with all ...