All posts by Angus MacRury

Depute Headteacher, Dunbar Primary School.

Weekly update 13th November 2020

Children in Need @40

We snapped a few members of staff at Lochend today who were dressed in cosy / spotty / Pudsey outfits! The children were amazing as usual . Well done all .We all had a fun day raising money for Children In Need donations still accepted next week.

P1 Enrolment

With current COVID-19 restrictions on parents entering East Lothian Council school buildings, it will not be possible for parents to visit their catchment school to enrol their child for the P1 intake in August 2021. East Lothian Council’s Education Service are currently looking at alternative options for the P1 enrolment this year. Further information regarding P1 enrolment will be available here soon.

Hot meals

A present we are in the process of introducing some hot choices on a daily basis. At present burgers, paninis and baked potatoes are just 3 of the choices. The choices can be viewed on Schoolpay.
a full hot meals service is not currently available within our schools
packed lunches or hot snacks will be provided for children and young people on free school meals and those who wish to pre order via Schoolpay.

How do we receive our Free School Meals if we are isolating?

If a pupil who receives Free School Meals is isolating, parents should not collect the meal from the school. Your school will contact the parent to arrange for delivery of the meal(s).

Provision of water

We are encouraging children and young people to bring a filled water bottle to school with them each day, clearly marked with their name. Water will be available for refills during the day. Water will continue to be available at lunchtimes, too. If you cannot provide a water bottle, please speak to your school.

Christmas Hamper Appeal

We would like to support our local community this Christmas and the Dunbar Basics Bank appeal. See  poster  above for details.

This has been e-mailed out to all families today (Friday 13th Nov), tweeted to @DunbarPrimary and added to the Parent Council Facebook page.  Children can bring in an item for the appeal if they are able to.

Volunteers from Dunbar Basics Bank will collect the items from JMC and Lochend on Thursday 3rd December.

For Parents and Carers in receipt of Free School Meals

If your child is in receipt of Free School Meals we would like you to know about an additional resource available this Christmas. Helen Harper, Dunbar’s Community Development Officer is coordinating the provision of a Turkey Xmas Dinner and a New Year Steak Pie Dinner for any family who requests it. The ready-made meal will be delivered to your home a few days before Xmas and New Years Day.
If you are interested in receiving a meal please phone/text or email Helen providing your name, address and number of meals you require. Her contact details are Helen Harper 07970189321,

Anti-Bullying Week 16-20 November 2020

This week throughout the school there will be a focus every day in every class on bullying and its impact. Dunbar Primary School in line with all East Lothian Schools use the Respectme definition of bullying as this is in line with the Scottish National Approach to anti-bullying:
Bullying is a mixture of behaviours and impacts; what someone does and the impact that it has on you, which affects your ability to feel safe and in control of yourself.
Bullying behaviour happens face to face and online and can include:
Being called names, being teased or made fun of

  • Being hit, pushed or kicked
  • Having your belongings taken or damaged
  • Being ignored, left out, or having rumours spread about you in
  • Being humiliated
  • Receiving abusive messages or having nasty comments made about you online
  • Being targeted because of who you are or how people see you

This can hurt you physically or emotionally and, although the behaviour might not be repeated, the threat or worry that it will happen again can be very real.
Bullying can also happen because of people’s prejudices towards other people; because they’re different in some way or are perceived to be different. But being different isn’t the problem – the problem lies in other people’s attitude towards what makes someone different. Some of the things that make us different are protected by law, to address the imbalance experienced by some groups over the years.
For more information and help for children, parents and carers visit:

Update on Bike Security from Police Scotland

Following recent bike thefts in the area, we have been asked by Police Scotland to advise parents that all bikes should be locked when stored in the bike shelters at Dunbar Primary School. The best type of lock is a ‘D lock’ as these are very difficult to cut.


How many sweeties in the jar?

Support the school

This Friday the children in both sites can play a virtual guess the sweets in the jar fundraiser for the parent council. The winner will win the jar of sweets.

Guesses are 1 for 50p or 3 for £1.

Parents can put the money in an envelope the children guess the number from the pictures on the whiteboard. The number will be recorded against the child’s name in class.

The winner will be the closest or exact.

Weekly Update Friday 6.11.20

Dear Parents and Carers,

Children in Need @40

Children in Need – Pupils can wear something cosy or spotty (donations welcome but optional)

P4 Rugby Sessions

Week 2 continues on Wednesday 11th November.

New P1 Parental Read Write Inc. Presentation

A new presentation has been put together by Jennie Waters our reading coordinator to help our new parents understand how we teach reading at Dunbar, and how they can help develop important reading skills at home. Please find the link below:

Free School Meals

The facilities team will deliver free school meals to the homes of students who are isolating to make sure they are still received. Please call or email our school office if this applies to you. Parents/carers with a child who is isolating should not visit the school building.

Twitter @ Dunbar Primary

Dunbar Primary School Twitter has over 1759 followers!

All our Classes are regularly sharing the
learning, activities, successes and achievements of our pupils on our  year stage Twitter Pages too. – make sure you are following
@DunbarPrimary to see what your children
are up to.

The Dunbar Primary nursery have their own Twitter feed
tpp, please take a look

Keeping Safe for all

We are still following strict guidelines to keep our pupils and staff safe in school.
Please support us to keep our school family safe by:
Observing 2 metre distancing from other adults when in the school grounds.
Phone or email the school office in the first instance, rather than visiting.
Wearing a face covering in our playground at drop off and pick up times.
If you have to enter our building please wear a face covering.
Do not allow children to bring toys in from home.
PE kits to be worn to school on PE days.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries. We are hereto support and help.

The December Event

Despite all, it is NOT cancelled! While we are still keeping our pupils and staff safe in their bubbles, we are busy planning lots of exciting activities and events over the next term to celebrate the festive season and still make it as magical and joyful at school as we can. More information will follow with dates for your diaries for lunch, parties and other events. We have some surprises in store!!

Foodbank -Dunbar Primary, Helping those in Need

Look out for a video next week as well as posters asking for donations for the Dunbar Foodbank.

Collection of donations will be on  Thursday 3rd December. We promote this via our website and Twitter.

Keeping you  informed

If you have any comments or suggestions for the weekly update I will be putting out a Google Form for feedback in a couple of weeks. This is to help us improve the service to our school community.

Angus J MacRury, DHT.


Weekly Update 30th October 2020

Anti Bullying and Inclusion, Equality-Accessibility Consultations and Surveys

Policy Consultations

East Lothian Council is seeking feedback for the following draft policies: ‘Included, Engaged & Involved: Inclusion, Equality and Accessibility for All’ and ‘Respect for All: Promoting Positive and Respectful Relationships in All our Schools’.

Copies of the draft policies and surveys will be live on the Consultation Hub from Thursday 29th October until Thursday 12th November.

Teaching of PE at DPS

The current guidelines mean that all of our PE lessons have to be taught outside, and the set time of 2 x 1hour is a specific curriculum requirement of the Scottish Government. It is therefore essential that as we move into Autumn/Winter your child is dressed appropriately for taking part in these lessons.

If pupils have a PE lesson they must come in leggings or joggers/long sleeved t-shirt/Sweatshirt and a waterproof jacket. They should bring in their bag a spare pair of socks, joggers or leggings and t-shirt – these will be used if pupils get wet.

PE Update

The new guidance from the Scottish Government on PE was issued today 30th October.  We will review and update parents next week about indoor PE once all Risk Assessments and cleaning arrangements are established and discussed with staff.

P4 Rugby

P4 Classes are starting rugby Tasters this week with New Dunbar Rugby Development Officer, Karl, Gareth Hill and the class teacher. These will be on the 3G pitches on a Wednesday starting from 4th November.

Future dates: Wednesday  11th, 18th, 25th November

The days for P4 PE Kit for each class are below.

P4 A, P4C, P4E, and P4D have PE on a Monday and Wednesday

P4F Monday ,Tuesday and Wednesday.

Free School Meals when Isolating

The facilities team will deliver free school meals to the homes of students who are isolating to make sure they are still received. Please call or email our school office if this applies to you. Parents/carers with a child who is isolating should not visit the school building.

Lost Property @ DPS

Between August and Half Term we have accumulated a vast array of lost property – school uniform, coats/jackets, PE kit, trainers etc.

Staff  will be available on Tuesday 3rd November and Tuesday 10th November at the main offices in both Campuses to help any pupil look for ant lost items.  Pupils should ask their teacher and go to the office if they have lost an item and would like to check if it is there.  Any items which have not been claimed by Friday 13th November will be donated to a local clothing bank.

Bike Safety and Security

Please ensure that your child’s bike has working bakes, lights and a lock. There have been thefts in the Dunbar area recently so a lock is essential.


Weekly Update 23th October

Dear Parents and Carers

Lammermuir Road wall replacement @ John Muir Campus

Please be aware that the  brick wall at the back of Dunbar Primary Nursery is currently being replaced by a fence. There are temporarry lights on the road and the pavement has been moved on to the road during this work. It is anticipated to be complete by Tuesday 27th but be careful around access to John Muir Campus, the crossing to Lochend and the Nursery.

Dunbar Pumpkin Trail

As the end of October looms there is no doubt this year’s Halloween shenanigans will be a little different. In classes we have talked about alternative activities: playing gruesome games, planning a spooky menu, a sweetie swag hunt, a family show along with the usual dressing up, dooking and a treacle scone or two.

We would like to invite the whole community to take part in the Dunbar Pumpkin Trail. A lovely team online have created us a Dunbar Pumpkin Trail image that is attached. All you have to do is print it off, colour it in and display it in a window. Everyone can have fun spotting as many pumpkins as they can. How many will you find?

Watch out for these cheeky pumpkins wherever you go. The last time we looked there were over 170 different places taking part from Watford to Portobello.

Dunbar Pumpkin Trail

Dunbar Library Services

Dunbar Library is currently available for click and collect and browsing by appointment.
If  parents are looking for some books they can contact Dunbar Library and they can make up a bag to collect form the entrance of the library.

We want to continue to encourage children to keep reading and using  Dunbar library. The library also offers the service if a parent wants to order some books for their child they can let them know interests, age and AR level and they can choose some books which may be relevant based on he information given.

Positive Behaviour Policy

In August 2019 the school implemented a draft Positive Behaviour Policy. With the disruption caused last year this policy is to be reviewed this session. Comments from parents on the policy would be greatly appreciated prior to full implementation.  Details in how to comment will be available in the next couple of weeks.

New DPS Positive Relationship Policy 2019

Letter from Lesley Brown, Head of Education & Children’s Services


Letter from Police Scotland, East Lothian Council & Scottish Fire & Rescue Service

Dear Parents/Guardians,
In the run up to bonfire night, Police Scotland, East Lothian Council and Scottish Fire & Rescue are keen to keep everyone safe. In previous years we have seen firework-related anti-social behaviour (ASB) and disorder in this area, and we are asking for your help to prevent this occurring again. This year, we are also facing the added challenge of preventing the spread of COVID 19 within our communities. As a result organised fireworks displays and bonfires are unlikely to be permitted.
The Scottish Government is continually reviewing its COVID guidance and up to date information on what is and isn’t permissible can be found here

The full letter is available here:


A conversation with the Scottish People (online survey)


The ALLIANCE and Scottish Government are engaging people and communities across Scotland about their experiences of health and social care during COVID-19. Give your views at

School Return Date

The school returns on Tuesday 27th October.

Teaching of PE at DPS

The current guidelines mean that all of our PE lessons have to be taught outside, and the set time of 2 x 1hour is a specific curriculum requirement of the Scottish Government. It is therefore essential that as we move into Autumn/Winter your child is dressed appropriately for taking part in these lessons.
From Tuesday 20th October if pupils have a PE lesson they must come in leggings or joggers/long sleeved t-shirt/Sweatshirt and a waterproof jacket. They should bring in their bag a spare pair of socks, joggers or leggings and t-shirt – these will be used if pupils get wet.

Please can I ask parents/carers to make use of the Uniform Exchange at the Bleachingfield Centre, where we have a stock of waterproof jackets, trousers, wellies, sweatshirts, etc.

Dress Down Day Friday 30th October 2020

There is a school ‘Dress Down Day on Friday 30th October – pupils can wear whatever they want but we are asking them all to bring a donation.

This money will be used for fundraising for the school – we are buying lots of outdoor PE and play equipment and we also want to add to our class libraries as pupils are requesting new novels and new authors and are going through our stock at a great pace – but great news in terms of reading skill!

Nursery Dress Up Day – Thursday 29​th ​and Friday 30​th ​October Donation.

Nursery Newsletter October 2020

Nursery Newsletter Oct 20

Nursery Outdoor Classroom week – Monday 2​nd ​November- Friday 6​th ​November

International Outdoor Classroom Day: Outdoor classroom day is Thursday the 5th of November, so that week each Nursery room will be planning lots of outdoor activities and each bubble will visit the Beehive Nature Garden to start work developing the wildlife area. Activities will include building bug hotels and bird feeders, den building and hot chocolate around the fire pit. To enable children to fully experience outdoor learning it is important that they come to nursery with the appropriate outdoor clothing and a change of shoes and clothes. As part of the Celebration of Outdoor learning we will are setting you a sponsored family challenge to complete an outdoor activity every weekend during the month of November. Further information will be coming home with children the week of 26th October. All the rooms are spending a lot of time developing our outdoor areas and a big part of this is loose parts.

A MacRury, DHT.




Weekly Update 12th October

Dear Parents and Carers

Sorry this is a little late this week.

Change to Parents Evenings – Interim Pupil Report

(From Newsletter)
Due to the current COVID19 restrictions we are currently unable to operate face-to-face meetings. Just so you are aware we considered on-line meetings, and telephone calls but the lack of security using Google Meet and the lack of phone lines made these options unsuitable for this first session.

We felt it was important this year to get feedback on your son/daughter sooner than November and we will be sending an Interim Report for each pupil during the week beginning Monday 12th October.

This is based on their current progress, their effort and the support needed. Class teachers have provided next steps and learning targets that we would ask parents to support with at home. The pupil reports will be e-mailed to you and the next steps and learning targets will come home in an envelope so please look out for this in your child’s bag.

Having read your child’s/children’s report you have the option to call the class teacher to discuss any particular concerns raised with the report. There will be a form for feedback included with the learning target sheet.

Work for pupils who are self-isolating or absent

If pupils are absent due to isolating, work can be found on their Google Classrooms. However, it is important to remember that our teachers are still teaching the class and may not be able to answer emails or questions during the school day. Remember only do school work if your child is  well enough to do so.

Children First

Children First would to like to highlight their parentline.

Parentline provides emotional, practical and financial to families. They are able to provide one off bits of advice or continued advice and support over an extended time.
If you as a parent/carer are struggling for any reason, see this leaflet: Parentline-leaflet-East-Lothian

Attendance and Arrival Times

(From Newsletter)
Once again can we thank you your efforts in getting your children to school on time; the majority are coming through the gates with smiles on faces, and getting into the classroom at their stage set time. This is vital in keeping pupils socially distanced but it also allows for the teaching of lessons to start promptly.

Currently at Lochend Campus we have two concerns; some of our P7 pupils are coming in very early at 8.15am and then mixing across all class bubbles – we are all trying so hard to keep to the Government guidelines and it is vital that they do too. Please can we ask these pupils not to arrive before 8.30am and then to remain socially distanced and within their class bubble.

We also have a core group of pupils who for a variety of reasons: visiting the play-park, they had to drop sibling off who made them late, or went via the shop to buy sweets.

This is becoming a problem with some pupils coming in 20 – 45 mins after they should have been in school. The impact on the teaching and learning is on all of the pupils – our teachers cannot keep starting lessons again for latecomers. Pupils are missing vital information that is passed on first thing, or they miss choosing their lunch option.
We are going to continue with our ‘soft starts’ but we really need your help in ensuring that your child/children make it into school at the right time:

John Muir Pupils and  Lochend Pupils

Lesson Starting Times

P1 Pupils should be in class by 9.00am

P2 Pupils should be in class by 8.50am

P3 Pupils should be in class by 8.45am

P4 & P5 pupils should be in class by 8.45am

P6 & P7 pupils should be in class by 8.55am

October School Holidays

School finishes for the October half-term on Friday 16th October at the usual times. We look forward to seeing pupils again on Tuesday 27th October.

October Holidays

Families be going abroad during the October holidays please check the latest Government guidance about quarantining and country exemptions on return. This can be found at

Lockdown Diaries Winners

Vouchers and certificates from Be Green Dunbar were presented to 9 of our pupils for the best‘lockdown’ journals. Well done!! A big thank you to
Be Green Dunbar and our wonderful Parent Council for organising















Facemasks at drop off and Pick up

If you are able to, please wear a face covering at the school gates and when dropping off and collecting your child from nursery and school ,
Thank you for your continued support. You will have noticed that all school staff are doing this!

Angus MacRury, DHT.








Weekly Update 2nd October

Dear Parents and Carers,

Flu Immunisations

These will take place on Thursday 8th October in both Campuses. We have worked with the NHS team and organised a safe system that  allows the team to move safely through the school on a strict timetable. The teams will be in full PPE and children will be very safe during this process. The co-ordinator in Lochend is Mrs Eeles and in John Muir it is Mrs Gillanders.

A leaflet is attached below:

23735-__Child flu vaccine primary school leaflet-August2020-English_1

Dunbar Colts October Camp


Contacting the School

A reminder about our communication procedures below. If you are emailing a teacher, please make sure you email the school office and not the class teacher directly via gmail. All emails should go through the school office initially and will be passed on.


Accelerated Reader

Accelerated Reader Home Connect – you can also click on ‘e-mail set up’ (top right corner when you sign in) to receive an e-mail every time your child takes a reading quiz in school



Your child is  taking part in Accelerated Reader if they are in P4 to P7.
Did you know you can go to a website called ‘Home Connect’ to see their reading results and progress? Example below. Click on the following link and enter their details 🙂


Google Classroom

All classes from P1 to P7 should have their Google classrooms set up. Work is being put by class teachers on a regular basis. Please ensure your child is aware of their username and password which they have been issued with.



Letter from Alison McCallum Director of Public Health and Health Policy

Dear Parents/Carers,

Thank you for everything you are doing to help keep your school safe, open and COVID free. The measures your school has in place are necessary to protect children, staff and you as parents/carers. We must continue to work together and support our school staff in making the school as safe as possible, even if this feels difficult at times. Staying two metres away from people who are not in your household will help to limit the spread of coronavirus. This is just as important outside. I wanted to highlight the importance of keeping a two metre distance from others at the school gates. If you can, please wear a face covering to help limit spread of the virus. Face coverings help reduce the spread of droplets, and so help limit the spread of coronavirus. Whilst we appreciate this is a difficult time and these measures can be trying, if we keep working together and do our best now to stop COVID-19, for example by not gathering at school gates and by wearing face coverings, we will get through this with fewer people becoming unwell.

The new restrictions announced by the First Minister include not having family and friends who don’t live with you inside your house and you not visiting other people’s houses. Having visitors and visiting other people’s houses has been the source of many COVID cases in recent weeks. This means that if we avoid having visitors and visiting others, we will all help limit the spread of coronavirus across households at this difficult time whilst cases are rising.

This will help us to keep our schools and other services open. Finally, please remember if your child or anyone in your household has one or more symptoms of COVID-19 (a new, continuous cough, a high temperature/fever, or loss of, or change in sense of smell or taste) you should ALL stay at home and the person with symptoms should get tested. Find out how to organise a COVID test on NHS Inform or phone 0800 028 2816. Please contact your school or local authority if you feel you may need help with self-isolation. This has been a hugely difficult time for us all, and there are trying times ahead. However, everyone can make a difference, and by working together and following the FACTS we can help limit the spread of the virus, keep our schools open and our communities safe.

F – Face coverings

A – Avoid crowded places

C – Clean your hands regularly

T – Two metres distance

S – Self-isolate and book a test if you have symptoms

Yours sincerely

Alison McCallum Director of Public Health and Health Policy

Weekly Update 25th September

Dear Parents and Carers,

Playground Zones

These are changing in both Campuses on Monday 28th September.

The zones are working well and rotating them each 2 weeks allows children to explore and play in another area.

Dunbar Primary School Nursery Information

As many of you will be aware we have a great Nursery at Dunbar Primary School. You can check their website and twitter sites below to look at the great things that the children are learning.
Dunbar Primary School  Nursery website:

Nursery Update

Ordinarily we would have the opportunity to invite you into nursery and talk to you about the way that we support your child’s development. Unfortunately due to the current safety measures in place this isn’t possible, however the nursery team have put together a presentation to provide you with this information.

Nursery Improvement Plan

Welcome Back: Thank you for supporting us and the changes we have had to implement during this time. It is a delight to have all the children back and be able to welcome our new families to Dunbar Nursery. I would also like to welcome to Miss Olivia Aylward who has joined us as an Early Years Practitioner, Mrs Michelle Higginbottom, who is already a familiar face, in her new role as Early Years Practitioner and a warm welcome back Mrs Lisa Huntly.

The Bee Hive Nature Garden: During the summer we were fortunate enough to receive funding from Community Wind Power to begin developing an outdoor learning area for the nursery. This will include a literacy/story telling garden, a wildlife garden and a growing garden. We have fenced the area, planted hedgerows received from the Woodland Trust and are building a shelter for the children to use with their friends. The next step is to develop the wildlife garden. We would like to create bug hotels and bird houses and plant lots of wildlife friendly plants. All the rooms are spending a lot of time developing our outdoor areas and a big part of this is loose parts. I have added a list of loose parts and materials that we are looking for.

School Pay: If you have registered for school pay could you please contact the school office for your access code. When paying snack money you need to click on Nursery Snack 2020 not Pre order school meals. If you are having an issue registering please contact the school office.

STOP DROP AND HOP: It is the policy at Dunbar Primary School that we have NO BIKING or SCOOTING at any time on the paths and in the playgrounds. This is to stop any accidents and children being hurt or injured. Please make sure your children going to school, nursery or any younger brothers and sisters, come off their bikes/scooters at the school gates and the bike/scooter is pushed carefully to the bike racks. This policy is also in place at the end of Nursery/school sessions. Your help and support with this is greatly appreciated.

Nursery Website: Now the children have settled into nursery we will be sharing their experiences and learning on the nursery website where each room has their own page. You can access the Nursery Website here or via the link on the school website. Could you please ensure that your photograph consent


· Please have a pair of wellies every session. Also suitable outdoor clothing. Each child has their own peg which they are welcome to leave wellies and waterproofs on.

· Sun cream to be kept in bags and forms returned if not already done so.

· The children are provided with a snack in the morning and in the afternoon and water is available for children to drink throughout the day. We are asking that parents DO NOT send their children in with additional snacks and water bottles.

Diary Dates

October Holiday – Nursery and School breaks on Friday 16th October and returns on Tuesday 26th October.

Library Books

We have recently checked our Library returns since lockdown and have over 700 books currently still out on loan. Please can you help your child check for books with the Dunbar Primary School stamp that may have got mixed up with your own books and return them to school. There are also class library books given out by teacher these will also have a stamp and would be gratefully received back.

P5 Trip to Lochend Woods with ELC Rangers

Starting nest week there will be a P5 trip to Lochend Woods, led by members of the ELC Ranger Service, accompanied by members of school staff per group.

Each group will be leaving school at 1pm each time and returning at 2.45pm.

The Class dates are below:

Wednesday 30th September – Miss Denholm, P5A 

Thursday 1st October – Ms McVitie P5F 

Tuesday 6th October – Mrs Sutherland P5E

Wednesday 7th October – Mrs Whitehead P5C 

Thursday 8th October – Mrs Christopherson P5B 

MacMillan Coffee Morning 2020

The staff at both Campuses enjoyed a socially distanced coffee and cake morning today to raise funds for Macmillan
Thank you to all the staff for your support!
Special Thank you SO much to:

for  supporting our socially distanced staff @macmillancoffee
& donating these delicious treats!!

Mrs Black organised for Lochend and Mrs Gillanders for JMC. We had a lovely time and raised money for a fantastic charity! #Community



Dunbar Rotary Club Young Artist Competition

Primary 4 took part in the Rotary Club’s Young Artist Competition at the start of term. The theme was warmth. Here are the winning artworks! 3rd Place- Sohpie O’Brien, 2nd Place- Fernie Sturrock, 1st Place- Isla Love .We still have the prize giving to look forward to next week. Well done all.





Digital Support

The Scottish Government recently announced funding of £30 million to support Local Authorities to provide digital devices and/or the internet to young people at school who may require support with digital access to learning from home.

We have used Scottish Government Guidance to identify young people at Dunbar Primary School who fit the criteria to be offered a device to support home-learning and we will be writing home to parents/carers, shortly of those young people whom we have identified.  Devices will be available to identified students from October. These devices are Chromebooks as they support the Google platform in use by East Lothian Council (ELC) schools. Students may be asked to hand their Chromebook in periodically for software updates and to ensure they are working effectively.

As the device is owned by East Lothian Council, the young person will be asked to return the Chromebook back to Dunbar Primary School if they leave the school. During the period of loan, students will be expected to look after their device and use it for educational purposes only, as per ICT User Guidelines.

Angus J MaRury