The minutes for the Extraordinary AGM on the 20th of June are attached below and the Constitution are attached below:
If your child has been told by their teacher that they can log on to Google Classroom and the G-Suite Apps at home, you may find these instructions useful if they need some support –
Accessing Google Classroom
You can use
A Tablet – iPad, Kindle, Chrome Tablet, Kindle
A computer – laptop or desktop
A Smartphone – with apps that can go on the internet
Use Apps for your Smartphone or Tablet
Go to Google Playstore or the Apple Store to get them for free.
You need to get an app for every Google Application like Google Classroom, Google Docs.
If you have been told just to log in to Google Classroom just now you would download that app.
You log in with your own Google/Edubuzz username and password. (Remember @edubuzz.org).
Using a Desktop or a Laptop
Open the browser (application) you use to go on the Internet. (Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Chrome).
Go to Google.com
Click on sign in
Type in your username (remember the @edubuzz.org)
Type your password.
Find the Google Classroom App from the 9 dots/app picker/Waffle.
Or you can go to Google and type in Google classroom.
Using a Chromebook
If you have your own Chromebook, remember that you type in your SCHOOL details to log in at home to your account (including @edubuzz.org).
You do not log in with another account your parents may have created for you, as you will be unable to use your School Apps or Classroom.
Go in Google Classroom or Google Docs anytime you want. You can look at Slides and Sheets
Make your own docs anytime you want and share them with your teacher.
Share any news or add to any of the teacher’s posts anytime you want.
Ask the computer or device to remember your log if it is your own device with a password or face or fingerprint ID
Type @edubuzz with your username
Use Google Classroom sensibly. Don’t fill it with things like ‘Are you there?’
Tell someone your password
Use an app that you have not been shown at school
Say things you shouldn’t or use rude emojis or post about things that are inappropriate.
Ask the device to remember your password if your share the device and do not have your own log in for it
Use email until you have been taught or are doing it with your parent.
Log in and pretend to be someone else.
Open anything you are sent from someone you don’t know.
If your password is NOT working at home AND school, I can reset it for you. If it is working at school and not at home, follow these instructions carefully.
I hope this helps with any issues your child may have logging in.
PS To find out how to join Google Classroom go here.
See the attached flyer about supporting adult learning in East Lothian.
The P3s from P3 and P3/4 recently got together when the SSPCA visited the school. They looked at how to care for rabbits and used the robot rabbits and other resources to learn.
The photos below show them interacting with the pets.
P3/4 would love if their family could join them at their Class Assembly on Thursday 21st November at 9 am. After this you are invited to visit their Museum which will be open in the P3/4 Classroom to break.
Come and see what they have learned about the Egyptians.
Mrs Cowie and P3/4
Some of the classes had great fun with a taster from the local table tennis today. Junior Sessions run from 6-6.45 pm on Wednesdays in the Village Hall. The next one is on Wednesday 2nd of October and you can find more information here.
Here are some photos of P3 having their taster.
P3 and P3/4 recently had an exciting time when Shonagh Davidson our Drama Specialist came to visit.
The theme was ‘I Wish I Was A Mountain’ and the children explored a story about what happened when people did not look after the area they lived in.
The children enjoyed the mime and other drama experiences together and you can see the fun they had in the Slideshow below.
East Lothian Council are running New Opportunities for East Lothian (NOEL) starting September 2019.
See the poster for more information or contact East Lothian Works on 01620 827262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents of P1-3 children are reminded that if your child requires a packed lunch on a Friday, they should ensure the meal selection is completed by the Sunday evening prior to the Friday on which the packed lunch is required.
As mentioned in the letter last week, this can be completed up to 6 weeks in advance here.
As the meals are prepared before the children arrive at school on the Friday, they must be ordered in advance and cannot be ordered on the day.
Thanks for your help with this matter.
P2/3 have been busy this week writing posts for their new Class Blog to show their parents at the drop in this morning.
You can read their posts on the blog here.
Thanks very much for all the parents and grandparents who came to our drop in this morning. We really appreciated you joining us and hope you enjoyed it.