Please click on the link to see our school improvement plan and Standards and Quality report for this session. If you can help/be involved in any way please do get in touch.
The next meeting of the Parent Council will be at 7pm on Tuesday, 29th January, at East Linton Primary. All welcome!
1. Apologies for absence & approval of December minutes
2. Declaration of interest
3. Chair’s update
4. Financial report & funding requests, 50/50 club
5. Head Teacher’s update
6. Working Group updates
a) Events & Fundraising
d) School development
e) 10 minutes set aside for discussion
7. Parent representative updates
8. Calendar update
9. Any other competent business (AOCB to be notified to email@example.com by 5pm on the 21st January)
The DRAFT December minutes are now available on the Meetings & Minutes page .
Note that attached to the minutes are informal updates relating to the working groups (events & fundraising; constitution; playground; school development), and also a response from East Lothian Council relating to the Playground Position Statement.
Many thanks to all Parent Council members for their hard work in 2018, and especially to the events & fundraising working group, who are working hard to set up a fun-filled Quiz Night on Friday 18th January!
As always, if you have any input, queries or feedback, please feel free to get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s been very very busy in P1 with the run up to Christmas… the Nativity, the Fair, the Lunch and next week the Party and Church Service!
But we have even managed to squeeze in creating a few crafts to sell at tomorrow’s fair!
Hopefully everyone now knows the time that your children will be manning our stalls from the stickers yesterday.
We have worked very hard to create some beautiful handmade, bespoke and unique wrapping paper and gift tags!
There will be the individual bundle created by your child for you to buy, these are rolled up and ready to go!
Also there are lots of extras hanging up and on the mug trees for you to peruse and buy too!
£1.50 for the rolled up+ribboned bundle = 2 sheets of wrapping paper and 2 gift tags made by your child
Individual sheets of wrapping paper- 50p each or 3 for £1
Gift tags- 30p each or 4 for £1
** Also not to worry if you cannot make it along tomorrow as we will save your child’s bundle and if you send in the money we will happily send them home for you.**
In the meantime we hope you are enjoying our Nativity!
This week P7 have completed their topic of WW1. On Friday, we invited our parents to join us for a WW1 street party to celebrate the end of WW1. We shared our newspapers that we had wrote about the end of the war, our propaganda posters and our soldier portraits. We decorated the classroom in a street party style and made bunting, banners and party hats. We brought in some food to complete our party and played WW1 style games with our parents. We then got our parents to try our WW1 quiz on the laptops. Some questions were a bit tricky!
Please find below a link to the minutes from the November meeting of the Parent Council. Our next meeting is Tuesday 11th December, starting slightly earlier than usual at 6pm. All welcome!
Following a training course courtesy of East Lothian Council, the Parent Council of 2018-19 is now able to update the Parent Council section of the website! In this refreshed section you will find:
- What is Parent Council?
- What’s it all about (The Constitution)
- Meeting minutes (this page still needs work – please bear with us while we get it organised)
- Parent Council facebook page
All parents who have a child at the school are automatically members of the Parent Forum. A smaller group of parents make up the Parent Council and they represent the Parent Forum. To find out more about the Parent Council, please do contact your class rep, or alternatively you are welcome to get in touch by email:
Please find below our finalised school improvement plan . We welcome your thoughts and any support or involvement you would like to offer, as we work together to improve our school.
We had a fantastic presentation by Gregor’s Mum at our weekly whole school assembly, explaining how the Village Gala Committee desperately needs more helpers for this year’s Gala to go ahead. As part of her powerpoint display, she showed us some wonderful photographs of Galas in the past and the children loved pointing out pictures of their family, neighbours, friends and even themselves! Please make sure we have a Gala this year and respond to the Committee’s plea for help! Look out for this leaflet sent home on Friday.