Some of our former pupils who requested a voucher for a local shop such as Sweet Haven, are due to receive an ‘East Lothian Gift Card’. This provides a flexible option for spending. Those who did not respond to the survey will also receive one of these cards.
Unfortunately, we are still awaiting for the cards to arrive. Once this happens, the previously communicated arrangement for high school registration teachers to receive these cards via their office will take place ASAP.
The deadline for the survey of former pupils has passed. Thank you to those who responded with their choice of how to use their fundraising money from last year.
Those who requested a voucher that could have been sent electronically will receive it via their edubuzz email.
Those who requested a voucher for a local shop such as Sweet Haven will receive an ‘East Lothian Gift Card’. This provides a flexible option for spending. Those who did not respond to the survey will also receive one of these cards.
From next week, we have arranged for high school registration teachers to receive these cards via the office to be handed to pupils.
In addition, it has been decided that the remaining balance (which could not be shared fairly across the original choices due to denomination restrictions) will be split in the form of Amazon vouchers. These will be emailed directly to pupils edubuzz email addresses in due course.
In advance of our remote learning journey, please find our ‘Code of Conduct’ which reminds us of our responsibilities and expectations when learning online.
Unfortunately, the cross country event at Meadowmill on Monday 16th which 12 of our pupils were due to participate has been cancelled. These pupils should attend school as normal. Those who volunteered their time will not be required on the day – but thank you!
What a week! Fashion, fairtrade and fractions!
Lots of cooperative work was on show, with our fashion show slowly coming together in a 60’s theme.
We also had a fantastic turnout for our fairtrade milkshakes. Over 180 were purchased – thank you everyone. We made profit as a result which will help go towards P7 fundraising efforts.
Numeracy has been fun this week. In Mr Drysdale’s group we have been all aboard the bus to success developing strategies for division, and Miss Brown and Mrs Chisholm were looking at fractions and decimals.
Please remember to check out Pinkie’s twitter, as P7 are posting there regularly! There is another one with pictures there today!