On Thursday 9 May the school will be following a Monday timetable. Please remember to bring your Monday kit.
A number of teachers run revision sessions in school during the holiday period and will advise students in classes should a session be available.
However, it is important to note that all students receive everything they need to support effective revision within regularly timetabled classes. Students enter the Easter holidays well aware of what they need to do and how to do it. I would ask all parents and carers to check their child’s understanding of what they need to be working on and to support them through the Easter holiday. The key factor affecting student success in examinations will be the focus that they give to revision at home.
Please do contact your child’s guidance teacher if you would like any individual advice about specific subjects.
We have issued several letters via Pupil Post this week – copies are availiable to read and download below.
For families of current S2 pupils
For families of current S3 pupils
For families of current S4 & S5 pupils
DadsWork is starting a playgroup for dads and children under 5 years old on Wednesday 20th February at Prestonpans Infant School Community Room at 1.00pm – 2.30pm, come along or contact Kevin Young on 01316650848 or 07833741768 for further information. Come along and enjoy art activities, singalongs, stories and fun play with your children, you will have an opportunity to chat with DadsWork staff and meet new dads. Entry will be through the main entrance at the school. This group will run term time on a Wednesday at 1.00pm – 2.30pm.
Please feel free to let all dads with children under 5 who you know or are working with in Prestonpans? Please feel free to share this information with other professionals to maximise the opportunity to all dads?
For further information please contact me, details below?
37 Galt Avenue
07833 741 768
0131 665 0848
Dadswork is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SCO34170
IMG has the honour of working on behalf of The R&A as their licensing agency. The R&A is golf’s world rules and development body and organiser of The Open Championship and the Claret Jug is without doubt the most famous trophy in the game of golf.
Jobs will involve the operation of tills, control of stock and a variety of general duties within the Merchandise Pavilion, with full training given prior to the event.
You will be required to work from Sunday 14th Sunday July-21st July 2013 inclusive (with Sunday 14th being set aside as a paid staff training day). Unfortunately, applications will only be considered if you are available to work for all of the dates outlined and you must be aged 16 and above on 01/07/2013.
The basic rate of pay is £6.20 per hour and is divided into a morning or an afternoon shift so everyone will have the opportunity to watch the golf at some stage.
There is a contact email address for you to contact them should you wish to receive an application form and all applications will be handled on a first come first served basis.
Contact details are included on the poster but should you have any queries/enquires either e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0208 233 6541.
“Hey! I’m Rachel and I’m a former pupil of Preston Lodge High School. I am now in my first year of my medical science degree at Aberdeen university and, thanks to a society within the university, in June 2013 I shall be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro (the HIGHEST free standing mountain in the world at 5895m!) to raise money for a charity called “Child Reach International”.
International is international development charity that works in partnership with local communities within the developing world, since they first began in 2004. Currently they have six on-going projects in Tanzania, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Cambodia and Bangladesh. The charity is dedicated at providing children with better access to education, improved healthcare and greater protection and child rights within these areas.
Before climbing Kilimanjaro, I shall be visiting one of the projects within the Tanzanian Kilimanjaro region. The main focus in this project is improving education to help unlock every child’s potential for a better future. They do this by having several small ongoing projects, my favourite being the ‘Litre of Light’. In this project they aim to provide the whole village of Kwatito with light 24/7, allowing the children to finish their homework at night and not fall behind and have to drop out as a result.
In the last year alone, Child Reach International raised £3.9 million, which helped over 350,000 children! Their work is amazing, inspiring me to raise as much money as I can for them to continue helping thousands of children worldwide! If you would like more information Child Reach International and their projects, please visit the link below: http://www.childreach.org.uk
Also, It would really mean a lot if you could visit my page and donate towards this worthwhile charity:
SO thank you so much for helping me but most importantly a MASSIVE thank you on behalf of the children who are to benefit.”
Lothian and Borders Police are inviting Police Constable applications from suitable candidates
If you are aware of anyone who has expressed an interest in becoming a police officer or you receive an enquiry from a member of the public, please direct him or her in the first instance to the Recruitment pages on the Force Website for more information. We particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups.
The website has comprehensive information in relation to Police Recruitment with details of the process, timescales and a section on the answers to commonly asked questions.
All Police Recruitment applications will be on-line and can be accessed at http://www.lbp.police.uk/
We expect a high volume of interest and therefore would ask that all enquiries are made via the website in the first instance.