Unfortunately the “link to survey” button in the recent post is not working on some sites. This is the survey URL: Workforce Mobility Project – Young Scot Survey (surveymonkey.co.uk)
The Workforce Mobility Project would like young people to complete a short five minute survey. This is a great opportunity to highlight the transport and digital barriers and challenges which impact you and your families.
This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.
This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.Continue reading “South Of Scotland Transport Survey for Young People”
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Please find attached below our duty of candour report for the nursery for the year ending March 2020.
Please find attached below our weekly update for this week.
We have also uploaded some examples of our learning for this week:
Please find below the minutes from the meeting on the 11th November 2020.
The discovery of mysterious object
Yesterday, Primary 3 and 4 went on an autumn scavenger hunt. The sun was shining and the wellies were on our feet! We walked down the path with our clipboards, looking for all the items on the sheet.
First, we saw 2 micro lights and a helicopter soaring through the bright blue sky. Everyone was wondering why they were flying so close together and at the same time.
Spying in the trees we all looked puzzled. There was something stuck in the branches. Everyone was curious to find what it was, but was it safe?
Mrs Overmeer decided to phone Mr Brown and ask if it was okay if one of the children climbed in the tree to pull out the mysterious object.
We did not know what it was…
We thought it was part of a hot air balloon at first. We then thought it could be fireworks. Some of us thought it was the micro light engine or could it be a time capsule or maybe it had something to do with the army base close by.
In the afternoon back at school, we opened the ‘thing’. A lot of items were inside, like a letter, glass bottles, a dog picture and many other strange and weird and wonderful things.
We have been so excited to find something so peculiar!
Primary 3 and 4, Athelstaneford Primary School.
Please find attached below this weeks update. If you didn’t receive a groupcall with this, please let the school know.