You can access this consultation through the link below
Please find above , a summary of the day and some feedback from last week’s ELC Youth Summit
We were so proud to have 2 of our P7 pupils represent the school last week at the ELC Youth Summit. Our pupils took part in debates and idea generating tasks all about our young people in East Lothian and their futures. They also had the chance to ask Scotland’s Commissioner for Young People a question about helping children living in poverty. Well done girls!
Good morning everyone!
Hope you are all safe and warm! Your teachers have been working hard during these snow days to plan some fantastic learning for you , so hopefully we will be seeing you all on Monday.
P4-7 – hope you are doing lots of lovely reading – remember to use ARbookfinder online to check if a book is on AR.
p1-3 – carry on with any reading book you have or enjoy a comic or magazine.
We do hope you have been getting creative in the snow – send us your photos so we can put them on our blog!
Take care everyone.
Mrs G 🙂
Please find a link below to our school advice for pupils about being on social media
Primary 7 put their scientific skills to the test this morning during the Fizz Pop Bang workshop from generation Science as part of the Edinburgh Science Festival – big thank you to Sasha and Andrew for leading our experiments…….well done to our budding scientists of the future!
P3 were lucky to meet a very interesting visitor last week! Sue Aikens lives all alone in Alaska in the Arctic tundra. She is part of a TV documentary called Life Below Zero. Sue told us all about her life in this very remote part of the world and shared some amazing photos of polar bears, the Northern Lights and her friends – the animals who come into her home! We also heard the story of when she was attacked by a bear!!
This really helped us to understand our topic of Polar Lands really well as we asked lots of questions about how Sue survives in such a dangerous and isolated part of the world – thank you Sue!