For Fun and Interest – the CU Winter Challenge.
For ideas and more information, check out their link and then – have fun!
For more information about the Children’s University, check out the Parent’s information pages.
It’s not good news. ELC, like other local authorities, are having to work out “How to do more, with less.” In reality, hefty cuts in non-statutory provision are expected.
A new post under Consultations – Having Your Say, is looking for the views of parents and carers to be shared to Scottish Government re National Improvement Framework.
Find it here under heading of NPFS.
The new Play Policy for East Lothian is already being acclaimed as an example of excellent practice – the consultation carried out through to the finished document – and this is now to be embedded throughout East Lothian.
Official launch today – 23rd August – so please do download your copy now – for personal use, for groups and schools, all settings for children and young people.
….to Mrs Ross this morning as the children from Morning Nursery had their graduation ceremony. Always a few damp eyes around, but today there were also parents and childminders saying heart felt farewells, not just for the summer, but ‘for good’, to Margaret Ross.
Parents and Carers of Children and Young People with Additional Support Needs will be pleased to hear about the work of Get Connected East Lothian.
Get Connected is an project that aims to make it easier for young people with additional support needs and their families to find and contact activity providers.
Pencaitland is one of the locations which will have the event running through our picturesque environs.
Heading out to support the competitors on Sunday 2nd July will be worth getting up for – and cheering them on during the first visit to E. Lothian for this event.
They will cycle through Pencaitland after having already swum in Preston Links – and they will finish with a run through Holyrood Park. (I’m exhausted typing it!).
Dressing up as Ironman or other superheroes is optional, but bound to spur them on I reckon 🙂
Plans are afoot…..can you take part and help with a pilot in East Lothian? With the right collection of information, it is hoped to create a family based approach in E. Lothian
Book your (free) space for this event – and share with others too, but be quick – time is running out for this 1st event. For families / carers with children 0-18 yrs on ASD spectrum.