Please see the attached file about the industrial action that has been planned by some of the teaching unions for later this month. http://www.whec.edin.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/170123-Parents-and-Carers.pdf
All the Active School Clubs will be starting up next week (16th January 2023 onwards). Please see the attached file for details. Active Schools Activities
Please see the attached document with details of next week's industrial action.
Please see the attached PDF with information regarding the response to the announcement of industrial action by two teaching unions, the SSTA and the NASUWT. P&C_Letter_2_12_2022Download
This week our S3 pupils attended a presentation on their S3 Assessment Experience starting Tuesday next week. Pupils will be assessed in every curricular area in exam style conditions to prepare for senior phase. Assessment results will be shared with home. The timetable and presentation are on S3 Teams page and are attached below. S3 ...
Thursday 15th December 2022 : 6pm : Wester Hailes High School Community Hall. Please see attached poster for details. WH-Cluster-Christmas-poster-2022Download
Please click on the link below for the 3rd edition of the Wester Hailes High School Newsletter session 22/23. Wester Hailes High Newsletter 3 – Session 22’23
Wester Hailes High School will be closed to pupils and staff on Thursday 24th of November. Due to employee rights around industrial action, the City of Edinburgh Council are unable to collate accurate advance information about which teacher colleagues will be striking on Thursday 24th November therefore as most teaching staff are likely to be ...
Support with providing Christmas gifts for children is available for families from Forth 1 and Cash for Kids Mission Christmas. Please contact your child’s Pupil Support Leader at school who will apply on your behalf. Gifts will be provided for all children in the family.
Please see the below information from NHS Lothian for parents and carers on helping to manage anxiety and worry.
Please see below for a letter from Police Scotland regarding Bonfire season and fireworks.
The National Discussion is an unprecedented opportunity for children, young people and those who support them to have their voices heard in a debate which will establish a compelling and consensual vision for Scottish education. The Discussion is being co- convened by the Scottish Government and CoSLA. It is being facilitated by two independent facilitators, Professors ...
"Friday 28th October marks our annual "Wear Red Day" in school. Pupils will be encouraged to wear something Red to school to show our support for Show Racism the Red Card. Reminder - this is not a dress down day and Red items should be worn with pupils' uniform.
Please see below for details regarding the exceptional school closures, due the Her Majesty the Queen's State Funeral.
Do you want to know more about your child's education? Do you want to have more of a say? Do you want to find out more about your child's school and about our new school? Then find out more about becoming a part of our Parent Council.
Dear Parent/Carer, Yesterday I led pupil assemblies with all year groups to provide clarity on the key things we are looking for to maintain our positive ethos in school. I have attached the powerpoint from the assemblies so you can have a shared understanding of what was presented. As always, thank you for you continued support with ...