Share your views on East Lothian’s Learning Estate

An online questionnaire to gather the views of local communities on the council’s existing learning estate (school buildings) will go live on today (22 February 2021).

Phase 1 of the Learning Estate Review pre-consultation has been designed to offer schools and communities the opportunity to share their opinions on the condition of the existing learning estate. The pre-consultation will also gather views on how well the school estate supports learning.

The questionnaire will run from 22 February – 15 March on the council’s Consultation Hub, to provide an easy and accessible way for people to participate.

Phase 2 of the process will involve a series of online community engagement workshops, which will run from 10 – 28 May.

The survey is available here and will be live for responses from today (Monday 22 February 2021).

If you have any queries please contact learningestatereview@eastlothian.gov.uk

P7 – William Morris Inspired Art

Primary 7 have created some brilliant pieces of art inspired by the British textile designer William Morris.

You can see the name of the artist if you click the little i in the top left corner.

P6 – Georgia O’Keeffe Inspired Art

Primary 6 have created some fabulous poppies inspired by the American artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

You can see the artist of each picture by clicking on the small i on the top left of the picture.

P5 – Andy Warhol Inspired Art

Primary 5 have created some colourful designs in the pop art style of American artist Andy Warhol.

If you click on the little i on the top left you can see the artist’s name.

There’s more information about Andy Warhol here on a google slides presentation.

P4 – Judith Bridgland Inspired Art

Primary 4 created some beautiful pictures in the Scottish colourist style of contemporary artist Judith Bridgland.

The name of the artist can be seen by clicking on the small i on the top left of the gallery.

P1 and P2 – Eduardo Paolozzi Inspired Art

Primary 1 and 2 have created some fantastic art in the style of Scottish sculptor and artist Eduardo Paolozzi.

You can see the artist’s name on some of the pictures by clicking on the small i on the top left of the picture.

Nursery – Jackson Pollock Inspired Art

The nursery children have created some brilliant abstract paintings in the style of American artist Jackson Pollock.

 

Parentline

The Children 1st Parentline is available to offer emotional, practical and financial advice and support to parents and carers.

This can be a one off call/webchat or continued advice and support over an extended period of time.

Please make use of this service if you are finding things difficult right now.

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