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News from previous months
To make it as easy as possible to send in your digital memories for the 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule, we’ve created the email links below. Just click the link which most closely matches what you want to send in and it should open up your email software to allow you to send in your attachment. Just one per email please.
You can send in any of the following:
With grateful thanks to all who helped in one way or another, to create the week of celebrations and fun, marking the 40th Anniversary of PPS.
The Digital Time Capsules continue with pupils contributing to one for “2016” and also the Personal Stories interviews for ongoing Living History project. We hope this will become a regular feature of intergenerational recordings, but in the meantime files are being uploaded from former pupils of PPS (either current school or the Public school which is now Castlesound Recording Studio) through interviews with parent council members. If you would like to get involved with this, please let a Parent Council Member know.
A 3rd was created to capture photographs and memories for the dressing of the school and is being added to, to create a “Making of the 40th Archive” and as much as possible will be formally archived to the John Grey Centre in Haddington to preserve the wonderful Headmaster Log Books and original newsreel text books as well as letters and information regarding ‘the new school’ and photographs.
Even our lovely badge is to be added to the archive for future generations. (Make sure you get yours if you haven’t already; there are a few left but they were created as a very limited edition).
Some background on the Named Person legislation which has already been piloted in Highland region and is now being rolled-out across Scotland.
SOURCE: The role of the Named Person
Children and young people from birth to 18, or beyond if still in school, have access to a Named Person to help support their wellbeing as part of the Getting it right for every child (GIRFEC) approach.
A Named Person is a central point of contact Continue reading
Over the coming weeks the Living History team hope to capture for posterity the experiences of people over the previous 40 (or even more) years that the school building in the Glebe has been in use by the local community in and around Pencaitland.
To jump to a specific recording just click the name below
On the 18th of March P1-7 took part in a two-mile run and raised an amazing £1286.64 for Sport Relief. Many thanks for all your support.
Last year in P6 the class were involved in the creation of the shortlist when some of them read 22 books in 8 weeks.
Each of the finalists spoke about their book and then answered questions from the audience.
The winner was The Nowhere Emporium by Ross MacKenzie – which P7 agreed with.