This winter look out for Dippers, Goosanders, Tufted Ducks , Grey Wagtails and Kingfishers, but remember to be quiet so you have more chance to see them . Feed the birds this winter because in winter there is a lack of seed and insects. At nature detectives we will make feeders out of apples, seeds and lard.
The sewing group have been working hard to complete felt fish. Here are a few…..
The latest edition of our newsletter can be found either by clicking on the following link or on the newsletter page of this site. October/November 2016
The Standards and Quality report for last session, plus a summary version, is available to read in the School Information section of this website.
Every local authority Education Department has a statutory duty to develop an Accessibility Strategy and action plan. East Lothian Council are currently working on a new strategy and as part of that process we have prepared questionnaires for parents and partners.
The link to the questionnaires on the East Lothian Consultation Hub is: https://eastlothianconsultations.co.uk/education/accessibility-strategy-2016-scoping
As you will be aware, just before the end of last session, all of the Haddington Primary schools took part in a video to promote the Red Hot Chilli Pipers’ new album. We all had a super afternoon, particularly those children who were lucky enough to be chosen for starring roles. The video is a great record of that afternoon and shows the town of Haddington in all its glory. You can view the video by copying and pasting the following link into your browser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHLZavx4EtU&feature=youtu.be