Free Family events at the Scottish Seabird Centre this October break

LIVE SCIENCE SHOWS: CLIMATE SALE (WHEN IT’S GONE, IT’S GONE!
This year Professor Egghead will be helping you to save a penny and the planet in this fun and interactive live science show! Can how you spend your pocket money really help combat climate change? Come along and find out – laughs and learning guaranteed!

  • Dates: 16 & 23 October 2021
  • Time: 2pm
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick
  • Recommended ages 6+
  • Book here

Seaside Storytelling
Bring your kids along for an hour of escapism, with a series of wonderful marine-themed stories. Let our Discovery Experience staff transport you to the underwater worlds of a few of our favourite marine-themed short stories.

  • Dates: 17 & 24 October 2021
  • Time: 11.15am
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre
  • Recommended ages 3+
  • Book here

What’s for Snack – Puppet Show
Join Craig the crab and friends for a fun interactive puppet show – What’s for Snack?

Craig has eaten some marine litter by mistake and is not feeling very well. He’ll be joined by some of his seaside friends who, along with our audience, will try to help him get rid of his sore tummy.

  • Date: 20 October 2021
  • Time: 11.15am
  • Location: Scottish Seabird Centre
  • Recommended ages 2+
  • Book here

Brunton Performing Arts Network

Brunton Performing Arts Network, run by the Brunton Theatre Trust (formerly known as East Lothian Youth Theatre Network), offers young people aged 5-18 the opportunity to participate in weekly drama, musical theatre and dance sessions across East Lothian.

The new term has just launched and we are keen to hear from anyone who would like to join us in September!

Joining a group can have a positive impact on health and wellbeing by building self-confidence, developing new skills, reducing social isolation and above all having FUN!

Our network of classes are designed to nurture creativity and provide a safe space for all, to explore their talents and learn the skills required to grow into a confident young performer.

Our classes currently take place in the following locations:

Musselburgh
Tranent
Port Seton
Prestonpans
Longniddry
Haddington
Dunbar

All of our classes are led by experienced and qualified industry professionals who have worked as freelance performance artists and have a wealth of knowledge to share with their groups. Brunton Theatre Trust also deliver classes for adults through our Brunton Players community theatre group.

To find out more about joining our network, please email:

youththeatre@eastlothian.gov.uk or alternatively you can call 0131 653 5245.

Further information on all classes can be found by visiting:

The Brunton: Website

New School Lunch Menu

We are awaiting delivery of the new school lunch menus but for now, please CLICK HERE to view  the menu to  have a look at with your child/ren.  Week 1 will start on Monday 6th Sept.

Please remember

  • that all Nursery, P1, P2, P3 and 4s are entitled to a free school lunch
  • lunches  must be ordered and paid for (if required) on Schoolpay
  • Friday lunch must be ordered by the Wednesday before 10am

Regards
Lynda Banks
Head Teacher

School Houses

School Houses

We are reintroducing SCHOOL HOUSES to Cockenzie Primary School.

At assemblies before the Summer holidays, our pupils and staff agreed that we would like to reintroduce school houses to our school.

The first Family Home Learning task of this session is to create names and logos for these 4 new houses. We can’t wait to see your ideas!

Over the next few months our pupils and staff will agree on the full purpose of our new school houses. Initial ideas have been suggested by our pupils and we will build on these together.

There will be P7 House Captains and Vice Captains elected shortly whose role will be to help to drive forward this change and gather ideas from across the school.

Mr Stitt

Acting Depute Head

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