Welcome to The Royal High Primary School Website
November 21 2018 – Information Update
Dear Parent / Carer
Since 2012 the Council has saved £240 million through service transformation and efficiencies, but expects it will need to save a further £106 million between now and 2022/23.
Planning for change, delivering services 2019-2023 was published in September and sets out initial ideas for meeting the continuing pressures on services and budgets. We are seeking the views of all residents on these ideas.
No decisions have been taken yet and feedback will shape the long-term plans as well as the more detailed proposals for balancing the budget in February for 2019/20.
There are a number of ways you can get involved by 7 December:
• see how resources are invested now and set your priorities for future spending and saving
• complete this online survey
• read Planning for change and delivering services and fill in a printed survey, available in libraries and Council offices
• sign up to one of the group exercises taking place around the city at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/edinburghchange
We recognise you will have many competing priorities but would appreciate any feedback to help inform the emerging strategy.
Head of Strategy and Communications
Programmes, Activities and Groups for Parents and Carers
In – North East Edinburgh: Leith – Craigentinny & Duddingston – Portobello & Craigmillar
September – December 2018
About The Royal High Primary
The Royal High Primary School buildings were completed during 1931. We are all extremely proud of our listed building set within its beautiful grounds. The grounds and buildings, enjoyed by pupils, parents and staff, help to convey our heritage and enthusiasm for learning.
As an ECO school we are delighted to have gained five Green Flags and you can see one flying proudly in front of the school. We have a strong commitment to our environment and are currently working on achieving our sixth Green Flag.