Weekly update 18.03.2022

Young Carers Action Day

It was Young Carers Action Day on the 16th March and Marie Prior , East Lothian Council Coordinator, has been helping Dunbar Primary pupils to learn more about Young Carers over the last month.

Here’s a display in the reception area at Lochend Campus sharing our knowledge & thoughts:

Next Dunbar G Grammar SC (Parent Council) Meeting for P7 Parents/carers 

The next parent Council Meeting is on Wednesday 6th April. This will take place from 7 – 8.30pm on Google Meet.  All parents/carers are welcome to attend. This includes parents/carers of children moving from P7 to S1 this session.

Please email parentcouncil@dunbargrammar.elcschool.org.uk if you would like to attend and a meeting link will be sent to you


Find below links if you wish to help in any way.

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Scotland’s Census is the official count of every person and household in the country.

It usually takes place every 10 years. The census asks questions about people’s age, sex, home and living situation, employment, education and qualifications, as well as ethnicity. Every household in Scotland must complete the census and by doing so are helping to shape Scotland’s future.

Completing the census is important because the answers provide the Scottish Government, and many other service providers with the data they need to make important decisions that affect people’s lives and their communities. These decisions include how money will be spent on important services like education, housing, healthcare, roads and railways, and so much more.

From the end of February, households will begin to receive a letter with instructions on how to complete their census online.

Census Day is 20 March but you can fill it in as soon as you receive your letter. Just make sure you answer questions with information that will be correct on 20 March to ensure that the census team have a snapshot of the nation on this day.

Go to census.gov.scot or call the free helpline on 0800 030 8308 for help and guidance on the questions, or if you need support to fill it in.