Currently, Midlothian has 6 secondary schools, 32 primary schools (19 of which have nurseries) and 2 stand alone nursery schools. Our special school, Saltersgate, provides support for children with a range of physical, social, emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties. The schools range in size from our smallest primary school with around 20 children to our largest secondary with over 1200 pupils. We have a diverse range of school catchments, from rural to urban settings. We are fortunate to have a growing number of new build schools, with 15 of our primary schools and 1 secondary having been built within the last 10 years and several new builds planned.
Dalkeith High School: Enabling all young people to succeed in an inclusive, respectful and stimulating environment
On the outskirts of Edinburgh, with the excellent public transport links to the capital greatly enhanced by the opening of the Borders railway, is the growing town of Dalkeith.
The centre of the town is less than two miles by road from the Edinburgh bypass, a factor that has resulted in significant amounts of new housing built in the area leading to a growing school roll.
Dalkeith High School is a secondary school in Midlothian with a current roll of approximately 900 learners. This is projected to increase substantially in the next few years. The school’s catchment area covers the towns of Dalkeith, Eskbank, Danderhall, Pathhead and surrounding villages. The school receives several placing requests as a result of its strong reputation based on attainment record and many opportunities for wider achievement.
Closing date: 23/04/2017
Dalkeith High School
2 Cousland Road,