Christmas Reading on the Telly!!!!
Derek France, our school librarian, has passed on an amazing document, which lists every single Freeview Christmas film that has been adapted from a book. The following pages show you 25 of the best, with Christmas Day’s films listed at the end. You can find details of every film in the full document on our website here.
Why not read a book and then watch the film?
Friday 8 May marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Following public consultation it was designated as an additional day’s holiday in East Lothian recognising families’ desire to commemorate this historic occasion. While the current Covid restrictions mean that gatherings or services are not possible, there are still ways to mark the occasion in a safe and socially distanced way.
The Royal British Legion has published a timetable of activities for the day itself where the nation can commemorate VE Day within the current guidelines including a 2 minute silence at 11am and a doorstep ‘Toast to the Nation’ at 3pm.
PoppyScotland’s website has some great ideas and resources if families wish to talk to their children about VE Day or undertake any learning as part of it.
For more information visit: https://www.eastlothian.gov.uk/news/article/13225/ve_day_75th_anniversary
In order to support future planning
All students in S4, 5 and 6 students are required to complete the 16+ Learning Choices Questionnaire.
Can all students please follow the link below to the short Questionnaire by Tuesday 17th September.
Cockenzie Scouts meet on Fridays in Cockenzie Old Parish Church hall from 7pm-9pm.
Open to all year groups, boys and girls.
Telephone 01875 819879 and ask for Laird Gillfillan.
Battle of Prestonpans Tapestry
at Cockenzie House
Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th February
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th February
11am to 4pm
Entry Fee: Adults £1 – Children under 16 free
Cockenzie House Heritage Group invites you to view this splendid work before it leaves Scotland for its international tour 2012. Join us to see the tapestry where the action actually happened.
Also available in the Barn:
*How the Tapestry was made, and other stitching stories
*A variety of crafts and trimmings
*Conservatory café with tasty treats
22 Edinburgh Road