Get into Summer is a Scottish Government-funded initiative to help children, young people and families have fun throughout the holiday period.
The activities have all been planned to help children and young people who have been particularly affected by the pandemic to make the most of their summer and connect with others.
There are lots of activities on offer from council services, local clubs and community groups.
Activities may be funded for priority families to ensure that costs aren’t a barrier to taking part.
For more info read the flyer below or go here.
The Bass Rock Karate Club provides more information about the above Club.
Unfortunately the “link to survey” button in the recent post is not working on some sites. This is the survey URL: Workforce Mobility Project – Young Scot Survey (surveymonkey.co.uk)
The Workforce Mobility Project would like young people to complete a short five minute survey. This is a great opportunity to highlight the transport and digital barriers and challenges which impact you and your families.
This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.
This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.Continue reading South Of Scotland Transport Survey for Young People
The Easter Prize Draw has been extended to 8th April.
Get your tickets here.
Further to discussions at the last Parent Partnership Meeting, we are now rolling out a school-wide questionnaire on remote learning to follow up on existing feedback from class reps and other anecdotal communications. This will give us the opportunity to collate responses in a more structured and meaningful way, which in turn , will inform our continued development of practice.
Please use the link here to access the form, and I’d be grateful if you could complete the questionnaire by the end of next week (Friday 5th Feb).
If the link does not work by clicking on, please copy and paste directly into your browser.
All families are invited to join us for a whole school assembly on Friday 22 January from 10.30am. The focus will very much be on commemorating the tremendous contribution made by Mrs Elderfield to the school and the community.
Please use the link here to access the assembly at 10.30am on Friday. Dues to restricted access numbers, please ensure that there is no more than 1 device only per household tuning in.
Please note that all East Lothian Schools will close, at the normal time on Tuesday 22nd of December not Wednesday 23rd. They will re-open again, at the usual time, on Wednesday 6th January 2021 not Thursday 7th. Please click on the following link for an updated version of 2020/2021 session dates: Revised Session Dates – Christmas 2020 Jan 2021 – word format
Please click on the attached link to read the first newsletter of the session. September 2020