Parent School Partnership Constitution

At our Parent Council AGM on 15 September this year, a new proposed Constitution was approved by the members of the Parent Forum present at the meeting. The Parent Forum accepted a slight change in the wording of one point in the proposed Constitution (paragraph 18 change ‘Council’ to ‘Forum’) and agreed that the name of the Parent Council should be changed to the Parent School Partnership. To ratify these changes, the proposed Constitution must now go to all members of the Parent Forum. You can find the proposed Constitution here:

A change to the Constitution can be made at the AGM or at an extraordinary meeting. An extraordinary meeting will therefore be held immediately before the Parent School Partnership meeting on Tuesday 19 January 2016 at 7.00 pm in the school Library. If the proposed changes to the Constitution are approved at that meeting, the Parent Forum will be informed. If you wish to comment on the proposed Constitution, please email Your email will be forwarded to the Chair of the Parent School Partnership.

East Lothian Children and Young People’s Service Plan 2016-19 – Consultation

We want to get it right for every child and young person

The East Lothian Council Community Planning Children’s Strategic Partnership (including health and the voluntary sector) wants as many people as possible to take part in the consultation on its draft plan for services for and about children, young people and families in East Lothian.  The plan sets out proposals for improving outcomes for children and young people’s health and wellbeing in East Lothian over the next three years.

To find out more please click on the following link:


Nuffield Placement Scheme 2016

Working with professional scientists and engineers in a real-life environment, current S5 students have an opportunity to gain valuable insights into a wide variety of careers.

The Nuffield Research Placement Scheme is aimed at students who will be sitting their Highers in 2016 and who are studying any Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Maths (STEM) subjects at that level (e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Geography, Computing, Home Economics/Food Technology, Psychology, Music Technology, Product Design, Technological Studies etc).

Placements are by selection and take place at the end of June, July or early August. Students will normally work 9am-5pm Mon- Fri  for 4,5 or 6 weeks and all travel costs will be covered.

More information on the Nuffield Research Placements scheme can be found at