East Lothian Council is carrying out a review to find out how well East Lothian children and young people are supported at school. This will help to understand what works well and also what needs to be improved.
You can help by completing an online survey that gives you the opportunity to share your views. The survey can be accessed via the link below. At the end of the survey you will have the opportunity to leave comments. All responses are anonymous.
The survey must be completed by Friday 21st December.
Personalised Support Survey
This year, the NBHS Charities Committee have chosen to support the East Lothian Foodbank Jingle Bags appeal.
Not everyone looks forward to Christmas and it can be a hard time of year for those who are struggling to feed themselves and their families. The East Lothian Foodbank Jingle Bags contain everything needed to celebrate Christmas dinner with all the trimmings.
The charities committee has asked each register class to gather together the ingredients for one or even two Christmas dinners. The register classes have been shown the list of items needed and there will be pupils from each class to oversee the collection, to ensure that each item is accounted for.
The Charities Committee and East Lothian Foodbank would be very grateful if you are able to support this appeal.
East Lothian Council is looking for your help in choosing a name for East Lothian’s new town. It will be located on a site near Tranent, Macmerry, Prestonpans, Longniddry and Cockenzie and Port Seton, close to the A1. The town will include new housing, a school, business space, shops, sports facilities and parks. Continue reading Naming East Lothian’s New Town – Public Consultation
The University of Edinburgh is holding a series of career exploration events for S5 & S6 pupils. See below for further details and contact Mr Stebbing if you are interested in attending any of the events.