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.
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The challenge is for pupils to read 6 texts between 20th January and 13th March 2014 out-with normal school reading tasks. The texts must include at least 3 different genres or type of text and must include a minimum of two fiction texts. Genres may include:
fiction non-fiction – this could be e.g. information texts or newspapers poetry digital media …Read more…
Do you fancy bringing a small group of pupils to the radio station or perhaps creating items for a forthcoming broadcast? Come along to this course on Wednesday 12 March @ 4pm and learn how to do it. Full details on learnPro.
As part of the BBC Year of Books, the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Radio 2 wants to get the children of the UK firing up their imaginations and putting pen to paper, chisel to stone, quill to parchment, or just finger to keyboard …Read more…
Click here to watch a video of the Primary 7 Choir rehearsing for the Midlothian Festival of Music
Join ‘Game on Scotland’ for a series of 19 exciting montly Glow meets running throughout the academic year 2013/14. The themed sessions are being broadcast live for all Glow users and will provide a wide variety of stimulating opportunities to engage with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Click here for more information.
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…
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.
Three S2 Lasswade High School pupils are the 2013 winners of the annual Midlothian Spell Masters Competition for all six secondary schools, organised by the school librarians and English Departments and sponsored by the Co-operative Food Stores, Newtongrange.
The contest was hosted by last year’s winner, Beeslack Community High School and the winning team received the “Midlothian Spell Masters” shield for their school and individual prizes of Amazon vouchers.
Pictured from left to right are Midlothian Library …Read more…
Two Primary 6 classes at Bonnyrigg Primary have been recording radio shows using the Midlothian Schools’ radio station. These shows are now ‘live on the internet. Click here to listen to the latest broadcasts!