Can you count up to 15 but start at number 4. (Remember don’t start at 1)
Click on the link then the box to hear the story https://drive.google.com/open?id=1IdAW1l9-hb6ecTEqe12aDWOGYpV-uchF
As The Brunton is temporarily closed, we’ve been looking for other ways to keep you entertained. Some of the theatre companies that regularly perform on our stage, are making digital versions of their productions available for you to enjoy at home. Dogstar Theatre – The Tailor of Inverness is available to watch via Vimeo On Demand. You can also … Continue reading Digital Theatre Fix
As #VolunteersWeek 2020 gets underway, Council Leader Willie Innes is thanking the many individuals and groups from around East Lothian who make such a valuable volunteering contribution, in a wide variety of ways http://orlo.uk/vjD4z
For people living with dementia, living at home gives them more independence and also means they can continue to enjoy their own familiar environment. The right home environment can help them to stay safe, physically active and also provide prompts to keep them mentally stimulated and in touch with friends and family. Find out more … Continue reading Dementia Awareness Week 2020
Community Arts Worker Zoe Murdoch from the East Lothian Arts Service has created a group on Facebook called Postcards From Isolation – A Covid Diary. The Covid Diary Facebook group is an opportunity to document the day-to-day lives of local residents living through these historic and unusual times. From social distancing to lockdown, Covid 19 … Continue reading Postcards from isolation
We talk with our children about strategies they can use if they are in different ‘zones’. One strategy we talk about is if they are in the Red Zone they can clench their fists to help them to get their anger out. Miss Connolly has made a step by step guide to making a stress … Continue reading Zones of Regulation – What to do if you are in the Red Zone?
Look how much fun these Barbie’s are having cooling down in this hot weather!