Please find below information about a local group called Basecamp. The group is aimed at children between the age of 5 and 10 with a diagnosis of autism or with similar support needs. The group uses games, crafts and activities to promote social skills such as getting to know you, turn taking, listening, team working and managing emotions.
This club has been running successfully in Haddington for a few years now.
Lothian Autistic Society
Davidson House | 57 Queen Charlotte Street | Edinburgh | EH6 7EY
0131 661 3834 | www.lothianautistic.org
Scottish Charity No SCO 21439 | Company Limited by Guarantee SC230855 Facebook | Twitter
Better weather, bright mornings and walking to school is here again! School bus people , you are already being eco friendly by all coming to school safely on ONE bus! Well done. For everyone else living in Musselburgh-make a big effort and Walk to School. It’s better for the environment and for our own kids establishing healthy life habits. This reduces traffic around the school. We know children are very concerned about the climate and damage to our planet.
If it’s just too far-please consider walking some of the way! Each class will have a chart and stickers to recognise the effort.
For parents -take a look at this website for ideas and information for you as a family.
East Lothian Council have released a short video to explain how much it costs the council to process cash payments, as opposed to parents using the SchoolPay system. In a time when budgets are extremely tight, every penny helps! Please help us by using SchoolPay to order and pay for your child’s meals and trips.
Play, Social Justice and Urban Space – Perspectives from India and Scotland
Saturday 18th May 2019, 9.30 – 1pm, Bellfield, Portobello, Edinburgh. Tickets from £20
Play, Social Justice and Urban Space is an exciting international event exploring children’s use of space. How do children navigate their local environments? How do they claim space, making child-friendly environments in contested urban space? What role do adults have? The programme includes a rich mix of speakers from Scotland and India, music, art and dialogue. Light refreshments.
IPA Scotland looks forward to welcoming you to this unique opportunity for planners, designers, playworkers, international development professionals, architects, children’s rights advocates and educators to hear perspectives from India and Scotland, and join the conversation.
Dr Sudeshna Chatterjee, ACE Trust (Delhi) & IPA World Board Member
Dr Jenny Wood, A Place in Childhood & Heriot Watt University
This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your own language skills and share the learning with children and young people. Language learning support is available for all East Lothian schools and families via the ELC Edubuzz website here: