High Report

As part of the Junior School ICT curriculum, pupils in L7 regularly produce their own video news programme, featuring news, events and interviews. In addition to teaching the children the technical skills they need to get a video news programme on the air, it helps to develop their skills in presentation, communication, and working to deadlines as part of a team.

High Report February 2017
The first edition of 2017 sees the team having a look at the library co-curricular activity, Chatterbooks, and speaking to pupils about their favourite books. 

Watch the February edition

High Report December 2016
In the final instalment of 2016, our young reporters find out about the School's charity work from Mrs Reid and look at this year's nativity production.   

Watch the December edition

High Report November 2016
In this month's edition, the team take a look at two new co-curricular activities - Digital Leaders and the Wellbeing Group.

Watch the November edition

High Report October 2016
The High Report is back! In the first edition 2016/17, this year's team of roving reporters interview the new Head Girl, and talk to the School's new Pipe Major, Mr Wilton.

Watch the October edition 

High Report June 2016
The team sign off for the year with a bang!
The final High Report of session 2015/16 is a packed one with features on Comic Book Character Day and the Junior Years Talent Show as well as a general news round-up. 

Watch the June edition

High Report May 2016
As ever, the reporting team have been working hard to bring you the latest news from the High School.
This month's report includes a feature on the Oor Wullie sculpture which the School is sponsoring as part of the Oor Wullie Bucket Trail event.

Watch the May edition

High Report March 2016
This month the team have been focussing on school trips and finding out about, and reporting on, the latest school news.

Watch the March edition

High Report February 2016
The team kickstart the new year with a Pupil Voice special which includes interviews with some of the committee members and suggestions from pupils on how to improve the School.

Watch the February edition