East Lothian Council have launched the website for their Learning Estate Review: www.eastlothian.gov.uk/ler
The website has information on an individual school, cluster and county basis including condition, suitability and capacity. There are also details on the context of the pre-consultation and the next steps.
After reading the information, communities can share their views by:
The pre-consultation will close on 10 December.
ELC would be grateful if community members could take the time to contribute to the pre-consultation to ensure they receive as wide a range of views as possible.
A separate consultation is being held for learners and details have been shared with Head Teachers.
ELC thank you in advance for your engagement with this important issue.
School calendars for 2022 on sale now!
£6 for one or 2 for £10
Calendars can be ordered on School Pay or can be purchased in person at the school gates on certain dates – look out for announcements about when and where on the DPPC Facebook Group. (Please bring exact cash if you can please as it is difficult to manage giving change).
Thank you to Laura Smith for organising this year’s calendar!
Reduce – Reuse – Recycle!
Help us all make the most of school uniforms by donating and reusing with our Uniform Recycling Bank.
With the environment very much in our minds at the moment, this initiative is supporting us all to reduce waste and reuse clothes that their first owners have grown out of.
Donations of clothes can be sent in with the children and collected by the office at either campus. Uniform items are free and Anna Carpico and her team sort them and get the rails out for browsing when they can but you can also contact her direct to request any specific items at: DunbarUniformRecycling@gmail.com
Thanks to all who took part in the 2021 DPPC Pumpkin Carving Contest! We hope you all had a wonderful and fun Halloween!
There were some fantastic submissions with a wide variety of styles including wonderful painted pumpkins, clever use of candles, added fake blood for effect, companion costumes, and of course great artistry and creative concepts! The submissions are viewable here:
And the winners are!
Category 1 – SCARIEST
Winner: Maddie Hill P3C for “My Vampire Cat”
Category 2 -FUNNIEST
Winner: Jamie Baglow P1F for “Jamie B”
Category 3 – MOST UNUSUAL
Winner: Bobby Burnside P3A for “My Unexpected Melting Pumpkin”
Congratulations to the winners and a big thank you to all who created a pumpkin and shared it with us to see!
This Halloween get creative and submit your SCARIEST, FUNNIEST, or MOST UNUSUAL pumpkin creations to our contest!
DUNBAR PRIMARY PARENT COUNCIL’S PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST INFORMATION & RULES
- Must be made from families who attend Dunbar Primary School
- Can be a pumpkin or other carvable vegetable
- Must be submitted by 23:59 on Sunday 31 October 2021
- Must be submitted via DPPC Facebook Group Event and include the details requested
- By making a submission entrants consent to their creation images used on DPPC and Dunbar Primary School’s online presences and in the contest display
- MOST UNUSUAL
HOW TO SUBMIT
Submissions accepted by photo to the Dunbar Primary Parent Council Facebook Group Event (HERE) with the following information:
- Pumpkin creation name/title
- Category (1, 2, or 3)
- Dunbar Primary Pupil’s name
- Dunbar Primary Pupil’s class
- Judging will take place the week commencing 1 November 2021
- Mrs Gillanders will judge the category winners
- All entries will be displayed at Dunbar Library
- Judging criteria: originality, ingenious use of pumpkin, quality of work, suitability of title, quality of work in light of participant’s age
- Category winners announced Friday 5 November 2021 via social media
- Winners receive a trophy