All parents and carers of all Primary School and Nursery children are
invited to attend the Parent Council meetings. The next meeting will be held on Thursday 31st May 2018 at 5pm in the school with free childcare for everyone.
Please note that this meeting is dedicated to the Parental Engagement strategy and Self-evaluation so as many parents / carers as possible are encouraged to come along.
We are always looking for ways to make our school better! As parents and carers of children in our school, we really value your opinion on what we are doing well and how we can improve. Click here to complete this short survey to share your thought and opinions. It will only take 2 minutes and needs to be completed by Friday 18th May. Thanks 🙂
Click here to read out latest newsletter. May -June 2018
The Parent Council received a funding request for a large chess set for the playground followed by a lovely thank you letter from Matthew.
Click the link below to find out about 2 fab workshops for parents and carers. They will look into online safety and responding to bullying. Regional Training Parent Carers letter
Looking for something to keep you busy during the Easter holidays? Why not give some of these fun spring challenges from Children’s University a go. We’d love to head back from you about any you have tried. Why not post some pictures to our twitter @elphytweets
ELC Consultation Hub
Click the link above to give your feedback on the proposed school term dates for the year 2019/2020. The consultation hub is open now and will close on 4th May 2018.
ELC – draft School Dates 2019-2020 – calendar format Click this link to view the school dates being proposed.
ELYS School Summary
Click the link above to find out all about the first ever East Lothian Youth Summit which took place in the Brunton Hall earlier this month.
Are you who they’re looking for?
We urgently need more people to take the plunge and find out about fostering with East Lothian Council.
East Lothian Council’s Education and Children’s Services spokesperson Councillor Shamin Akhtar says:
‘We have children and young people who need foster carers urgently. The demand is always growing and we need more people to come forward very soon and give their love and support to some vulnerable children and young people who really, really need them.
‘As you know, we set great store in East Lothian in keeping our looked-after children in or very close to East Lothian, so that very vulnerable children don’t have to change schools or lose touch with their friends and wider families. Not every fostering agency thinks this is important but we do – we really see the value in not sending children far away from everyone and everything they know. So, I’d just like to say how grateful I am to all our current foster carers for choosing to Foster East Lothian and for the fantastic job they do – they make a difference every day. I hope that there will be a number of people reading this article now who will also be able to make that difference and be the ones that our children so desperately need.’
To find out more about joining our East Lothian fostering team (including, training, home visits and remuneration), please go to www.eastlothian.gov.uk/fostering or phone us on 01620 827 643