Bookings – Completed forms along with full payment should be returned FAO Gareth Hill Active Schools Coordinator at any primary school
Payment –Money or Cheques should be made payable to East Lothian Council and separate cheques should be written for each class.
DOES YOUR CHILD QUALIFY FOR FREE SPORTS ACTIVITIES
Who qualifies? For pupils in Primary 1 to Primary 3 the promo code is available to those families in receipt of additional benefits who have formally applied for and received confirmation of their entitlement for Free School Meals.
All children in Primary 4 and upwards qualify if they’re registered for Free School Meals with East Lothian Council.
What next? To confirm you qualify, and to be given your promo code, please contact your local Active Schools Coordinator on the details at the bottom of this leaflet. Your promo code should be used when booking East Lothian Active Schools activities online (a checkout) or when completing a paper form.
For all classes it is the parent/guardians responsibility to make sure their child gets to and from the class safely and all children primary 3 and under must be collected. Please ensure your child wears appropriate footwear and clothing and brings drinking water to the session. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me on the details below.
We are carrying out a review to find out how well East Lothian children and young people are supported at school. This will help us understand what works well and also what we need to improve.
You can help us by completing an online survey that gives you the opportunity to share your views. Use the web link below to complete the online survey. At the end of the survey you will have the opportunity to leave comments. All responses are anonymous.
The survey must be completed by Friday 21st December.
As part of the Council’s new British Sign Language Plan we are working to make it easier for deaf BSL users to contact the Council. There is a new national service available called contactScotland-BSL which can allow deaf BSL users to get in touch with us and other services.
contactSCOTLAND-BSL is a Scottish Government service that connects deaf BSL users throughout Scotland through an online BSL interpreting video relay service (VRS) with all of Scotland’s public authorities and voluntary organisations (Third Sector) and beyond.
We will be hosting demonstrations about this service on Monday 25th of November at the following times:
9.30-10.30am at the Esk Rooms @ Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh
12 to 1pm at Garleton Room @ Penston House, Macmerry
4-5pm at the Regent Room @ Brunton Musselburgh
This sessions are open to local organisations and individuals across East Lothian who would like to learn how to use this service. To book a space please email firstname.lastname@example.org indicating which session you would like to attend.