Our latest Participatory Budgeting initiative Your Voice Your Choice 2 is now open to public voting until Thursday 14th March
- Be 8 years or over
- Live in an EH21 post code
- Must register to vote
- Must use all 6 votes for them to count
YOU CAN SCROLL AND BROWSE ALL 21 PROJECTS AND DESCRIPTIONS HERE AND THEN CLICK THE VOTING BUTTON AT THE END.
Thank you for supporting this initiative.
Chair, Musselburgh Area Partnership
Please help us evaluate East Lothian Council’s Parental Engagement Strategy and at the same time help us to work together for your child and our school.
Feedback is always helpful to plan how we can work together as partners in your child’s learning. We are committed to doing our best so please take a moment and let us know by filling in the following survey.
Thank you and look forward to seeing you at the Art Exhibition on Friday 8th February.
You are invited to join your child’s class to visit our now annual Art Exhibition in school on Friday 8th February. Each child in each class will proudly present their work. Each class will also visit the exhibition and get a chance to see the work of the other classes.
To allow for the number of people and space, we will operate a timetable of visits. Please come along with your child’s class. Of course, you may have more than one child in school and wish to stay for that class visit too.
As in professional galleries, there will be a small admission charge of £2 which will go directly to school funds. The school fund is used to subsidise school purchases and travel. We thank you for your support. After we have enjoyed the children’s work the children will be able to bring these works home.
Fri Nursery will visit at 9am. Morning nursery children may visit with their parents at this time too.
P1 will visit at 9.30am
P2 will visit at 9.45am
P3 will visit at 10am
P4 will visit at 10.15am
P5 will visit at 11am
P6E will visit at 11.30am
P6H will visit at 11.45am
P7 will visit at 12 noon.
The exhibition will be in the downstairs corridor and the dining hall only. We would ask that prams and buggies are left outside the building to ensure our corridors are free flowing in the event of any emergency.
We hope you will enter into the spirit of our art in the community and sign in, in a creative way!
We are looking forward to seeing as many parents friends and family as possible.
Margaret Anne McBean
This initiative provides the communities of Musselburgh, Old Craighall, Wallyford and Whitecraig the opportunity to put forward projects for funding which they feel would have an impact on POVERTY and REDUCING INEQUALITIES in the community.
To help the community understand exactly what Participatory Budgeting (PB) is we would like to share this short film.
The following link will take you directly to the Musselburgh Area partnership home page where you can view the film, the application process and the guidance.
Mrs Rice will host a family learning workshop for parents on Numeracy on Friday 18th January at 11am. A group of children will help her show parents how we ‘do sums’ !
Please feel free to join us .
We will be writing thank you letters in classes on Friday morning from 11am. Parents are invited to join us in class and help their child write a real letter for a real purpose.
As usual there will be help yourself tea and coffee in the dining hall for parents too until pick up time on a Family Friday.
Please find attached an updated leaflet promoting 1st Response which offers support to those in distress or in crisis. They provide face-to-face support throughout East Lothian, Monday – Friday.
Please note that how people access this support has changed from a drop in service to an appointment system. An appointment can be made by phoning: 07966 526 452
On behalf of myself and all the school staff team, may I wish you all a very happy, peaceful and blessed Christmas.
Many thanks to our wonderful children for making Christmas so special with their enthusiasm and especially their singing and performances.
A word of thanks to the LPP and all parents who have helped in school over the festive period. This was super and really adds to the family feel in Loretto.
Many thanks too for all your cards, wishes and kindness the staff and me.
Many thanks to you all. Our Christmas Jumper Day and donations at the Infant Nativity raised £281.19 for Save the Children. Thank you to the Pupil Council and P7 Charities and Events managers for deciding and organising this year’s Christmas charity. And to everyone for their donations.
We were also delighted to receive lots and lots and lots of food bags for our local Food Bank . P7 team gathered these up and organised for these to be collected and sent for distribution to local families who might need them this Christmas.
You are very kind and generous. A heartfelt thank you.
Coming Soon! Want to learn or improve your English?
Free lessons for adults at Loretto
Sign up in January-we will send a note home too.
Drop off the kids-come in and learn-coffee and tea.
Starting Tuesday 15 January 9am.
If you would like more info please contact
Andy Stuckey 01620 827221 or email@example.com
or Paulina Pietrzak Mrs Donohoe or Mrs McBean in school