Prestonpans Primary School

Scottish Parliament’s Education & Culture Committee

  The above Committee is undertaking work on the educational attainment gap in schools. The Committee is keen to include as many people as possible in its work and would therefore welcome any views you care to submit. The Committee has set up a short survey to inform the following evidence session: “How parents (including … Continue reading Scottish Parliament’s Education & Culture Committee

East Lothian Countryside Ranger Service

Countryside News February 2015

February is, in theory at least, the tail-end of the winter. We’re well past the solstice and things generally are on the upturn. Despite this the evenings are still dark, which is a bit grim for those of us who aren’t burglars or vampires. However, it does offer us more opportunities to see crepuscular and … Continue reading Countryside News February 2015

Campie Primary School

Comment on "Fantoosh Fudge!"

The class have all voted and decided on a charity to donate any profit we make to. We have chosen to donate it to the worthy charity called Marion's Still Smiling which is a charity founded by one of our class mates uncle. It is for people who have been terminally diagnosed with cancer and to make their remaining time as enjoyable as possible by sending them on short breaks. We hope to see you all at our sale! From P7B.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2015

This is a link to the downloadable, cross-curricular teaching resources produced by the Holocaust Educational Trust: http://www.het.org.uk/index.php/education-general Here is a link to the Scottish Ambassadors’ facebook page (you have to ‘like’ it to follow!): https://www.facebook.com/hetrascotland, A virtual learning community where we will be posting events to attend in Scotland, teaching activities and videos, information about the … Continue reading Holocaust Memorial Day 2015

What's happening in P6/7?

Building an Anderson Shelter

Mr Fleming, our janitor worked with groups to build an Anderson Air Raid Shelter in the classroom. We used plastic tubing to make the frame and then covered it with brown corrugated card.   A door was cut out of the front. We all enjoyed sitting inside it. Now we wait for the air raid siren….

What are East Lothian school students learning today?