Identifying, Assessing and Providing for Additional Support Needs of Children and Young People
The content of the draft policy includes identifying, assessing and providing for the ASN of children and young people in East Lothian schools. The content of this policy are largely drawn from the ASL Act (2004) and the updated statutory code of practice (2017) and outlines the statutory responsibility of East Lothian Council in meeting the needs of children and young people with Additional Support Needs.
East Lothian Council would like you to consider the attached document and respond with any comments by 29th June to allow appropriate processes to be finalised in preparation for implementation at the start of the new academic session 2018/19.
Identifying, Assessing and Providing for ASN DRAFT
Please forward any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Managing Distressed and Challenging Behaviour
The content of the draft policy is largely drawn from positive behaviour management techniques and de-escalation strategies and outlines the statutory responsibility of East Lothian Council in supporting staff and children/young people in situations when distressed and challenging behaviour is displayed. It outlines procedures such as positive management plans and risk assessments and RIVO recording.
East Lothian Council would like you to consider the attached document and respond with any comments by 13th June to allow appropriate processes to be finalised in preparation for implementation at the start of the new academic session 2018/19.
Managing Distressed and Challenging Behaviour DRAFT
Please forward any comments to email@example.com
The Parent Council are always looking for new ways to raise money for school projects and a couple of our members have taken on the task of writing grant applications for funding for our playground upgrades.
In order to get as many grant applications written as possible we would love somebody from our Campie Community who could take this on.
No experience necessary – just some free time to volunteer!!
Please get in touch if this is something you can help with.
The Scottish Government are holding an open consultation on Protection of Vulnerable Groups and the Disclosure of Criminal Information
The consultation document is available on the Consultation Hub
The consultation closes on 18th July 2018 so get your opinions in before then.
Starting school is an exciting (and sometimes daunting) experience for children and their families (in my experience the grown-ups are the worst!).
That’s why, at Campie, we have an excellent transition programme for the children and their families to take part in to prepare for all that Primary 1 will bring.
There will be a P1 Families Evening in the school from 7pm tonight to hear all about the P1 transition and meet the team of staff who will be preparing your children and teaching them as they move into the school.
All new P1 parents and carers welcome.
(Tea and coffee will be served by some current P1 parents)
It’s National Numeracy Day on
Wednesday 16th May
Visit the Numeracy Day website for more resources and information
And the winners are……..
Guess the Bunny’s Birthday – Eva I. (P1L)
The bunny’s birthday was on 20th May (date chosen by Mrs. McKay) and Eva guessed 21st May!
Guess the number of sweets – Alfie R. (P2/3)
There were a whopping 365 sweets in the jar! Alfie’s guess was closest at 360.
Easter Egg Hunt – Lauren D. (P3K)
Well done to everybody who took part and a special well done to our lucky winners!!
We all have growing children. Getting new uniform and getting rid of the clothes they’ve outgrown is a part of family life. To make this easier, in the Parent Room there is a supply of uniform that you are welcome to add to and take clothes from.
To become more eco-friendly (and convenient!), we are expanding our uniform swap. Please feel free to bring any uniform, sports equipment, extracurricular uniform (brownies, scouts, dance etc) or fancy-dress clothes that you are finished with to the Parent Room. We are also looking to bring some of the clothes into the playground over pick-ups on a regular basis.
Let’s make clothes swapping a regular part of school life with the aim of increasing our recycling, tidying out our wardrobes and keeping our children in clothes that fit. All clothes will be free.
If you’re free to join the rota to get the clothes rail into the playground, please let us know when you see us at setting up. You don’t need to volunteer regularly, we’ll be grateful of any help!