Operating Theatre Live Public Event

The Royal High School has been selected as one of the first venues in the UK to host the award-winning Operating Theatre Live Public Events.

Operating Theatre Live Tour are the UK’s only touring surgical experience offering academically rigorous educational experience matched to English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish exam specifications. Their events secure and challenge students to explore careers in medicine and healthcare in a mission to raise engagement in STEM subjects.

This incredible, immersive operating theatre experience will give your child the opportunity to dissect real specimens led by human anatomist Samuel Piri and his team of clinicians. Sponsors of the Royal Society of Medicine, Operating Theatre Live are the UK’s only approved license holders to use all class animal by-products for educational purposes and they are bringing their tour to Southlands High School on 6th October 2018 from 9am to 5pm for the main event with an optional workshop for an insight into Emergency Medicine from 5pm to 8pm. Please see below for prices:

Main Event Ticket £69.00 (9.00am – 5.00pm)

Includes scrub hire, stethoscope hire, full PPE, 7 workshops and lunch

Trauma Ticket £139.00 (9.00am – 8.00pm)

Includes scrub hire, stethoscope hire, full PPE, 8 workshops, lunch and hot evening meal

During this unique opportunity, your child will be taking on the role of a trauma doctor bringing the systems of the human body alive through dissections.

As quoted by Samuel Piri himself:

“I personally write the academic content and produce all of the activities myself. Me and my team guarantee you a breath-taking, unforgettable trip through the human body like never before. Each student will leave stretched and challenged having made measurable progress against the science specification, we’ve got them all covered. (GCSE, A Levels BTEC’s Scottish National 5 and Highers)”. Samuel Piri (Anatomist, Teacher and Programme Director)

Please book up as soon as possible as there are a very limited number of tickets for this exclusive event – and it is going to be opened to all schools within a 20 mile radius of Royal High School so demand will be exceptional.

For more information regarding the tour and to book your place, please click here.

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Sainsbury’s Active Schools Vouchers

Sainsbury’s Active Schools Vouchers
Thank you parents, staff and pupils for your Sainsbury’s Active Schools Voucher. We now have new reaction balls, shuttlecocks, Super Grip, speed resistance bands, power table tennis bats, and a precision balance board for the PE department. Duke of Edinburgh received new compasses, sleeping mats and map cases. Outdoor education now has a folding aluminium table, cone markers, orienteering flags and blindfolds and the maths department got fantastic foam dice! Thanks again to all those who collected vouchers for us!

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New S1 Enrolment Ceremony

New S1 Enrolment Ceremony
As part of our 50th year Barnton celebrations a new S1 enrolment ceremony was introduced for the first time. All S1 pupils paraded through the school behind our staff piper, Mr Gair. They then entered the school through the Memorial Doors leaving behind their family who had come along to support them. The next time the pupils walk through this door will be when they leave The Royal High School as part of the end of year leavers ceremony.

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This was a lovely ceremony which gave our new S1 pupils are real sense of belonging to our school community and we all thoroughly enjoyed making some new history.

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2017 Leavers Photographs

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2017 Leavers Photographs For any information please contact John Stables Audio Visual dept

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If I Were Prime Minister

If I Were Prime Minister

Here is a link to the BBC Newsround’s page with all the different schools they spoke to as part of the “If I were Prime Minister…” piece. The Royal High School were one of the schools who took part and our pupils have great ideas!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/40100841

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