Respectme, the Scottish National Anti-bullying Service has offered to deliver 2 additional Parent Workshops in East Lothian. The content will cover:
- Distinguishing between what bullying behaviour is and what it is not
- Exploring the latest research in Scotland on online bullying and face to face bullying
- Identifying what parents can do to deal with bullying behaviour
- Understanding what to do if your child is bullying someone else
- Exploring how to help to create environments where bullying cannot flourish
These will take place on Wednesday 26th April 2017, 12.30-2.30pm at the Nungate&Haddington Community Centre and 6.30-8.30pm at Knox Academy in Haddington. We can offer 40 places on each workshop so they will be available on a first come, first serve basis. If interested please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org stating what time you would like to attend.
Enjoying special times with others.
Dancing was lots of fun.
We were keen to try the haggis.
The shortbread was good as well.
We enjoyed snack together & wondered if we were having haggis for tea?
- Learning about Scottish culture and traditions.
- Enjoying special times together.
- Taking part in class activities.
The address to the haggis!
A toast to Robbie Burns, the lassies, the laddies and Scotland!
Haggis , neeps and shortbread for snack. We all enjoyed the day.
Would you like support to manage your child’s behaviour?
We will be offering 3 sessions Tuesday or Wednesday mornings in your area soon.
Please call your school for a place or discuss with our team.
Tricia Ronaldson or Claire Shearer on 01875 824309
If we have enough parents interested we can run this in Macmerry Primary School
Erin and Sean got 2 gold medals each. Erin got hers for 100m sprint and 200m sprint and Sean got his for Javelin and Long Jump.Got the Olympic poses ready. Well done guys. 4 GOLDS FOR MACMERRY!!
We raised £56 and this has been donated to Save the Children Syria fund.
Thank you to all who contributed.
P1 were lucky enough to have a visit from Santa after their party. He had come all the way from the North Pole and was going to visit Tranent next. It was so lovely to meet you Santa, and thank you so much for the lovely books for the children.