Numeracy and Computing

Numeracy and Computing

Mr C Blair (Curriculum Leader)

Faculty News: Numeracy and Computing

Published: 06 June 2022

A fantastic opportunity for new S4, S5 and S6 pupils this summer! East Lothian Tutoring Initiative who are partnered with Queen Margaret College University are running a Summer School Fayre from Monday 4 July 2022 until Friday 8 July 2022.

Feel like you need a head start before you begin your National 5, Higher and Advanced Highers? Not up to much that week? Then apply for a space, attend lots of exciting workshops, meet new people and feel more confident when you return to school in August.  Free lunches are provided every day as well as a £10 gift voucher for every participant! What is there not to like?!

If you have any questions, come and see Miss Campbell in the Maths...

Published: 04 November 2021

Robotics Club will (finally!) get underway. Our first meeting will be Tuesday 9 November 2021 during lunch in M1.14.

We'll be joined by a STEM Ambassador, Stuart, who works at 4J Studios.

4J Studios is a video game development studio with offices in East Linton and Dundee and is best known for developing Minecraft.

All welcome!

Mr Blair

Published: 05 October 2021

There will be a short meeting during interval today (Tuesday 5 October 2021) to discuss plans for the robotics club. The meeting will take place in Mr Blair's classroom.

New members always welcome!

If you cannot attend please find Mr Blair to get an update!

Published: 02 March 2021

The SQA Understanding Standards resources are useful for everyone and materials are regularly being updated at the moment.

The Computing Science resources now have audio commentary and Mathematics materials look at how questions were marked in the 2018 and 2019 Exam Papers. Being clear about the 'success criteria' can support the development of exam technique and understanding of common mistakes.

Published: 18 February 2021

Undecided about choosing Computing Science next year? Read on!

The digital world is vital to everyday life - socially, technologically and economically. I shapes the world in which we live and its future. Computing is embedded in the world around us, from systems and devices in our homes and places of work, to how we access education, entertainment, transportation and communication.

It's also vital for understanding many other fields including science, economics, business and industry.

So, don't rule it out. Think carefully about what part you can play in the needs of society today and for the future and consider taking Computing Science to develop skills for learning, life and work. There are so many fields, opportunities and career...