We are pleased to inform you of changes which will make it easier for 16,17 and 18 year olds to access discounted rail fares.
From today, young people in this age group will be able to access concessionary fares (50% of weekly and monthly tickets and 1/3 discount on off-peak single or return journeys), simply by showing their existing Young Scot National Entitlement Card when buying a ticket.
This new process removes the need for the young person to apply for and present a rail voucher in exchange for a railcard. Continue reading Scottish Youth Railcard Changes
Could we please remind parents that vehicles are not allowed to park outside the designated bays on the access road outside the entrance to the school. There has been an increase in this recently, especially with parents picking up pupils at the end of the day and, unfortunately, it has caused problems for access. There is ample parking in the car parks by the school playing fields. Many thanks.
Home-Start East Lothian is a free, confidential home befriending service for families with children under 5 years of age who live in East Lothian. We are one of 32 independent Home-Start schemes across Scotland and receive funding from East Lothian Council and the Big Lottery.
We recruit and train volunteer to help families with children. Our volunteers, who know about being a parent, support other parents by visiting them in their own homes for a couple of hours a week.
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To view the NHS Scotland ‘A Guide to Teenage Immunisations’ please click here