Midlothian Schools’ Email Services
There are several email services available to pupils and staff….
This is a mail service for community groups, parent councils and also some curricular groups within schools. It is available in school and also in the community.
Corporate Staff https://mail.midlothian.gov.uk
Staff that work with schools but are based centrally within Midlothian are on the corporate mail system. It is available in school and also in the community.
School Staff https://mail.mgfl.net
Staff working in schools have access to the Schools’ Mail Service. It is available in school, across the internet but not on the Midlothian corporate network.
Student Mail https://webmail.glowscotland.org.uk
All pupils in Midlothian from P1 have an email address and access to the GlowMail system. All pupils need to log into Glow before accessing GlowMail.
Please note that the above systems are considered secure and any attempts to gain access illegally to these mail systems will be referred to the appropriate authorities.
Enjoy Santa’s village of games.
Light up the Christmas Tree, collect stars on the super santa ski jump, find the hidden reindeer and enjoy matching the presents in Techtoyland.
This is your chance to meet Ollie the Collie – star of Ollie’s Tails!
Ollie lives on Buttercup Farm and, along with his brothers and sisters, is training to become a sheepdog. The only problem is: Ollie is afraid of sheep! Find out how Ollie goes on an adventure with his teacher Oscar the Owl and visits various animals who have all overcame fears of their own……
Ollie will be joining us live in Glow TV along with the …Read more…
On the 19th November, P6R from Mauricewood Primary took part in a performance at the Church Hill Theatre as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival. They were the only school in Midlothian to take part.
The Shakespeare Schools Festival is the UK’s largest youth drama festival – 1000 schools took part this year in theatres across the UK. Mauricewood performed The Tempest to a sell-out crowd – the children were actors, stage managers, musicians, light and sound technicians …Read more…
Christmas is upon us once again and the Glow Meet with Santa is scheduled for the following times….
Monday 16th December – 1pm – 3pm
Tuesday 17th December 10am – 12noon
Santa will appear on screen from his cabin in a faraway place and say a few words to each group. Last year some classes even had a song or some questions for Santa. Each class is given a time to join the Glow meet which suits other activities …Read more…
Click here to go to the CBeebies Advent Calendar. There are also lots of additional Christmas activitites.
This website has a wealth of information about Christmas around the world. Click here to visit it.
The Tyne and Esk Young Writer of the Year Competition was organised by the Midlothian Library Service and East Lothian Libraries. The competition was open to pupils P4-7 in primary school and S1-4 in secondary school. There were over 700 entries from all over Midlothian and East Lothian. The high standard of entry is testament to the rich imaginative and creative talent of the youngsters.
We are delighted to announce that from over four hundred entries from Midlothian Schools, …Read more…
Autumn is well and truly here and winter is coming – but pupils from Hawthornden Primary were keen to go and do some learning outside. Not just outside at school but outside at the local nature reserve. This was a woodland project based on the Forestry Commission pack, ‘Wolf Brother’s Wildwoods‘. Find out more by visiting Primary 5B’s blog.
St Andrews Day is on 30 November. On this day, Scots all around the world celebrate their national day. Find out more by clicking on one of the following links…
St Andrew Video
St Andrew’s Day (Woodlands Junior School)
St Andrew’s Day resources (Education Scotland)