Admirably combining the past and the present, the Fettes 150th anniversary book depicts much-loved Fettes places and timeless traditions that anyone associated with 'Our Place' will recognise.
News & Events
The 2020 International Baccalaureate Diploma results, released on Monday 6th July, brought some very good news with the cohort achieving an impressive average score of 37 points.
We are delighted to announce that L6th Jamie T has been awarded 3rd Place in the 2020 Dukes Education Essay Competition.
An honest and heartwarming reflection of Lockdown, from L6th student Yoko N.
It's the end of the Prep School year and of a Summer Term that has challenged us like no other. We have risen to this and grown in so many ways. Here we take stock of the experience of Learning from Home and the effects of this extraordinary term.
Congratulations to all our students and staff for your hard work, dedication and tremendous sense of community over the Summer Term!
On Monday 18th May, Henry McCowan Hill (Housemaster of Moredun) embarked on a challenge to row one million metres for NHS Lothian.
Congratulations to the Fettesians who completed the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award before the end of their Upper Sixth.
We have been so proud of our pupils' commitment to music making this term. They have been honing their performance, musical literacy, compositional and rhythmic skills throughout the term, culminating in a wonderful Summer Concert.
We are delighted to announce that three 5th Form students have been successful in their YCF submission.
We had an astonishing collection of entries for this year's Poetry Competition which wowed our judge, Mr Harrison. Well done to all of those that took part, and to winners, Charlie, Sope and Nina.
At the start of the Summer Term the Games department set up the Fettes 150 Challenge on Strava, encouraging the Fettes Community to stay active.
It's been a great start to the final week of term for our Prep pupils who have enjoyed their virtual Sports Day! Adam felt so nostalgic he recreated the traditional Sports Day lunch and everyone rose to the challenges set Mrs Fletcher and Mr Mill; they always urge us on to do our best, so we've included the inspiring story of Mrs Fletcher's hockey journey to prove that they lead by example.
This week we asked our staff and pupils what has been their most memorable moment of the term. We've compiled our thoughts into this Week 9 Round Up, which is a celebration of resilience, joy and hard work.
Seb A, Upper 6th, is embarking on an inspiring challenge to virtually climb the 58,070 steps of Mount Everest to raise money and awareness for the charity Stop Domestic Abuse UK.
We’re delighted to be able to publish the Summer Term Coffee Concerts - a series of student lead musical concerts to enjoy from the comfort of our homes.
Over the period of three weeks the Outdoor Pursuits and CCF students took part in a series of end of term online challenges. Mr Rowlands addresses the 3rd Form to kick-start the activities...
This has been a very difficult time for many people so, eight weeks on from the start of our Learning from Home programme, we're reflecting on how the Prep School community spirit has withstood our time apart.
Our 4th Form physics students have been studying astrophysics this term and we've been taking a look at some of the incredible coursework they've been producing...
Mrs Fletcher challenged our Prep pupils to try their hand at producing their favourite food from around the world and we had some delicious entries as well as two wonderful recipes to follow.