All minutes from meetings held during the school year 2016-2017 are now available to view. Click on the page Meetings – Dates, Agenda and Minutes to link to the relevant meetings. An archive of minutes is ongoing and available soon
At the last meeting of the Parent Council for the session 2016-17 the date of the AGM was set.
This will be held on TUESDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 2017 at 7.30pm
in the school library
with presentation on Overcoming Poverty – the cost of the School Day – click on the link to find out more
and an opportunity to find out more about the work of the Parent Council and to consider becoming a part of it. All parents and carers are welcome to attend.
Parent Council members were very pleased to welcome Mr Colin Gerrie to his first Parent Council meeting. He delivered a presentation on his background and on his hopes and visions for the school. Parents are looking forward to continuing to work in close partnership with Mr Gerrie and the wider school community.
Calum McGuire from Queen Margaret University attended a recent Parent Council meeting and give a very interesting talk on Children’s University.
For more information head to their website
Minutes from the meeting held on Monday 12th January 2015 are now available by clicking here
I am from the East Lothian Council web and communications team. We have recently developed a ‘Free WiFi in East Lothian Map’ as part of our digital inclusion strategy. As a you operate in East Lothian I think it may be useful to circulate this among your customers and members. This is also an opportunity to put a link to it on your website as it is a very useful tool for any visitors or residents to the area.
The map is a way to help all residents and visitors to the county get online and gives details of where in East Lothian there are free Wi-Fi spots on an easy to use map and how they can be accessed. The map currently includes all council buildings which provide free Wi-Fi, as well as businesses and other hotspots around the county. We are trying to spread this information as widely as possible to ensure that everyone is included and can contribute effectively and easily in the digital age.
Businesses and other groups are also encouraged to contact us if they would like to be added to the map. The link to the news article regarding the map ishttp://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/news/article/1779/connected_in_east_lothian which gives some more details.
If you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. My details are below.
Jamie Aitken | Assistant Communications Officer | East Lothian Council | 01620 827741
Some updating has, at last, been done and you will find Minutes and Agendas for meetings held between September 2014 and now. Please check out these pages.
National Parent Forum of Scotland Pointers for Parents and Pupils supports learning and revision in the Senior Phase and National Parent Forum of Scotland – Nationals in a Nutshell- Assessment explains assessment for National qualifications.
These are particularly relevant to S4 pupils & parents who are doing National qualifications this year. The NPFS website www.parentforumscotland.org has lots of information and links regarding all aspects of the new qualifications.
The Digital Parenting website and magazines from Vodafone offer parents information and advice about the latest digital technologies and the kind of challenges children and teenagers might face in their digital world. Their ‘Expert View’ articles, ‘How to’ guides and ‘Take Action’ checklists will help you to stay up-to-date and feel more confident about getting involved.