The most recent draft Parent Council minutes, from January’s meeting can be found here.
Next Parent Council meeting – Tuesday 12th January at 7pm in the School. ALL WELCOME
Meeting dates for the remainder of 2015-16 session:
Thurs 25 February
Wed 23rd March
Tues 19 April
Thurs 19 May
Wed 22nd June
Dates of future meetings are
All parents / guardians are welcome to attend Parent Council meetings. Here are the meeting dates for the remainder of the 2015/16 session:
Thursday 19th November, Tuesday 12th January, Thursday 25 February, Wednesday 23rd March, Tuesday 19 April, Thursday 19 May, Wednesday 22nd June
Meetings start at 7.00pm in the School.
Our May Fair last Saturday was a huge success!
Ignoring the cold and rainy weather, the great people of East Linton turned up at school in droves to enjoy the stalls, games and food.
Everyone had great fun, and as an added bonus, we raised £1100 for the school!! This is way up on the last few years’ takings – so a huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported us.
We would also like to thank all the Parent Council members, the many non-members, all the staff, and the six P7s who gave up their time to run a stall, help set-up/clear-up or ensure that everything ran smoothly. Special mention goes to Bobby the Janitor who worked tirelessly all day.
Every penny raised goes straight to the school! We will be spending most of this year’s profit on:
What did you think of the May Fair? Should this be a permanent fixture in the school calendar or should we try a different fundraising event in the Spring next year? We’d love to hear from you. Please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Please find below the link to the East Linton Parent Council Minutes from our meeting on Thursday 16th May 2013.
Please find below the link to the East Linton Parent Council Minutes from our meeting on Thursday 11th April.
Parent Council Minutes dated 11 April 2013 (PDF 166KB)
Have you had a clear-out over the bank holiday? We will gratefully accept donations for our toy and book stalls, for the raffle or tombola, bottles of wine (full or empty with lid!) and items of good-quality outgrown uniform for the thrift shop.
Please bring these items to school this week.
The cafe is always popular at the Fair – please hand in donations of nut-free home baking on the day.
Keep your fingers crossed for sunshine and see you there!
A sincere THANK YOU to everyone who helped, supported and attended our Fairtrade “BIG BREW” this morning…… and an even BIGGER THANK YOU to my wonderful P6/7 class and our Fairtrade Committee for making the event such a huge success and raising over £470 for Fairtrade! Each and everyone of you, was a credit to School and I am VERY proud of you all! Slideshow to follow and watch the local press for pics! Thank you for helping us…… “Spread the word about Fairtrade.”