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You are invited along to take part in a conversation about how we can all contribute to creating Carer Friendly Communities
Who are Carers? Carers are people who provide unpaid support and care for a family member, friend or neighbour. The Government estimates that 17% of adults have a caring role and for some people taking on that role can be a huge commitment and lead to them being very isolated.
Who should get involved? We’d like to involve a wide range of groups and organisations who play a part in local communities – for example, Community Councils, Area Partnerships (and their member organisations), Tenants and Residents Groups, Church and Faith Group…
When? 7pm-9:00pm on Thursday 27th September
Where? The Esk Rooms, Brunton Hall, Musselburgh
During the session we will be….
Looking at the role played by carers in our communities, recognising that this is something that is likely to be significant for most of us at some point in our lives
Gathering information on some of the activities already taking place in communities that contribute to them being ‘carer friendly’
Sharing good practice examples – providing ideas and inspiration to those attending
Getting people to think about what their community could do to become more ‘carer friendly’
Learning about other supports that may be available for carers so that communities can access and build on those
We’re aiming for an informal, interactive session with lots of opportunities to share thoughts and ideas.
If you would be interested in coming along you can register online here or email email@example.com / phone 01620 827270
Please click on the link below to access information about Raising Children with Confidence. The course will run in Haddington at The Bridge Centre on Monday mornings.
The school will remain closed to pupils on Friday 2nd March. Please continue to check the council’s main website and Twitter feed for up to date information regarding the adverse weather conditions.
Today we would have been celebrating World Book Day. You could use the link below to find some information or activities to do at home.
There are some fantastic resources you can use which are split up into age appropriate categories as well as competitions and games.
Due to the continuous heavy snowfall and red weather warning Haddington Infant School will remain closed to pupils tomorrow, Thursday 1st March. Please continue to check the East Lothian Council website and twitter feed for more information.
East Lothian Council have confirmed that all local authority schools and nurseries will be closed today. For further updates please check the council website or East Lothian Council’s twitter feed.
What a fantastic morning at our school open morning. It was great to see such a great turn out of family and friends – thank you so much for supporting us! The children loved sharing learning with their grown-ups!
Use the link above to view the dates for session 2018-2019.