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.

P3 – Henri Matisse Inspired Art

Primary 3 have created some fantastic pictures inspired by the French artist Henri Matisse.

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.


Primary One Places for August 2021

Information from: School Placements, Education Service, East Lothian Council

Letters were sent on 8 December 2020 informing parents of the school at which their child had been allocated a primary one place for August 2021.

If you wish your child to be considered for a place in the catchment Roman Catholic school, you must complete an online application before 31 January 2021.  The online application can be found here:         https://eastlothianconsultations.co.uk/education/primary-one-enrolment-august-2021-application

Detailed information regarding the P1 enrolment process for the August 2021 intake can also be found here:      https://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/p1_enrolment

If you are having any difficulties in completing the application or have any queries, please contact   schoolplacements@eastlothian.gov.uk



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.


The Big Vote from the Children’s Parliament

On Friday 15th January 2020, Children’s Parliament will launch The Big Vote, a national vote for 8 – 14 year olds that will ask how we can make Scotland a more fair, inclusive, sustainable and prosperous place now and in the future.

How can children take part in the vote?

The vote will take the form of an anonymous survey and can be completed on the Children’s Parliament website at the following link from January 15th: https://www.childrensparliament.org.uk/the-big-ideas-big-vote/

What will children be voting on?

Throughout 2020 Children’s Parliament has been listening to the views and experiences of children across Scotland. Children identified four ‘Big Problems’ – climate change, discrimination, poverty and digital inequality – that they think need to be fixed now. We asked children across Scotland to share their ‘Big Ideas’ for how to fix the Big Problems and this vote is all about finding out which Big Ideas children think would make the biggest difference.

How long will the vote run?

The vote will be open from January 15th at 9:00am to January 19th at 6:00pm.

How can I help?

We want adults across Scotland to help make sure as many children as possible take part in this vote. You can help by sharing this email with anyone who could support children to take part in the vote. We have attached a range of images that you can also share via email, Twitter and Facebook.

Why is The Big Vote happening?

Children’s Parliament is working in partnership with the Scottish Youth Parliament as part of The Action Project, hosted by the David Hume Institute, which aims to get children and adults all across Scotland thinking about what we need to do to move faster towards a country that is more ‘prosperous, sustainable, inclusive and fair’. Very importantly, this Project will develop ambitious yet concrete Big Ideas to do this that can be turned into real action. This vote will help us to know which Big Ideas are most popular amongst Scotland’s children.

What will happen as a result of the vote?

Children will vote on the Big Ideas using a range of criteria and the top two Big Ideas will be made into animations. These will be presented to the Action Project for consideration alongside other ideas from children, young people and adults across Scotland.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Orlaith at orlaith@childrensparliament.org.uk