In the true spirit of the #blackouttuesday event, the student-led Fettes Equality Society (FES) compiled some resources to help the Fettes community understand more about the movement and learn how to make a difference.
News & Events
With a little help from industry expert Victoria Johnstone, our Prep pupils had a wonderful time designing their very own set designs before Half Term!
Join us this Saturday for the Fettes Big Breakfast!
Head of Geography, Mrs Muddiman, challenged our pupils to think about the waste generated by households and to come up with some repurposing ideas to give longer lifespans to materials and packaging destined for recycling or our waste bins.
We have nearly completed the first half of term and experienced six weeks of Learning from Home. Our whole Prep community has risen to the task of teaching and learning with such impressive commitment and ingenuity. Read on for details of our term so far.
All College Students have shown incredible resilience, independence and maturity following the Fettes Learning From Home Provision. Let's take a look at what some of our departments have been up to in the week leading up to half term.
We’re delighted to be able to publish the Summer Term virtual Coffee Concerts online. A very important part of the cultural life of the College.
Throughout the Fettes Learning From Home provision, students are learning to build on their presentation and communication skills.
We are so impressed with our Prep learners! Their ingenuity and creativity is shining through in all that they do. Read on for a look at what our Geographers and Historians have been studying this week.
The winners of the Fettes Limerick Competition are...
For today's very special commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day, our Prep School pupils have learnt about Dame Vera Lynn, her famous song, 'We'll Meet Again' and have designed VE Day medals.
As part of our VE celebrations, we are reflecting on the fascinating memories from our Old Fettesians who were at Fettes on 8th May 1945.
Service plays a huge part in life at Fettes and so naturally, during this challenging time, pupils, staff and Old Fettesians have been supporting the wider community in all sorts of different ways...
Fettes College weekly academic round-ups not only cover some of the exceptional examples of work our students are producing but also give a shout-outs to those students showing true resilience and consistently going above and beyond.
Mrs Flett and Mr Martin-Nye have been busy providing us with heaps of inspiration and encouragement for our home based Art and Drama lessons. Here's just a little glimpse into what we've been up to!
At this time, looking after mind and body is more important than ever and we all know that regular exercise plays a key part, not just in maintaining fitness levels but also in keep stress levels down.
Our Art Department have supplied a list of creative projects from independent artists, galleries and institutions to keep you active over the next few weeks.
Why not take a look and get involved…
Learning From Home isn’t just about academic continuity, it’s about ensuring all parts of a Fettes education are accessible including PSE.
Our themed PSE weeks, run by our exceptional PSE prefects, are a true highlight of the calendar and our remote Just Bee Week was just as engaging & thought-provoking as usual.
The Prep musicians have had another opportunity to show their appreciation for our fabulous NHS and front-line workers, this time by dedicating performances of ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’.
Congratulations to the many pupils who joined in this effort to bring cheer and hope to those working so hard on behalf of all of us.
This week we are focusing on Maths and Science for our Prep Academic Round Up. The attached photographs and videos demonstrate that despite being away from our classrooms, our pupils are showing, in ingenious and creative ways, how much wonderful learning is taking place.