Have you ordered your school photos yet? A polite reminder that the closing date for free delivery back to school is Tuesday 28th November. Order through the Tempest website using your unique link or visit www.tempest-orders.co.uk
If you need any assistance in ordering your photos, feel free to contact Tempest on 01736 751555 (option 3).
Dear Parents & Pupils
We are keen to better understand the impact that the Ormiston Pump Track has had on the lives of local people across East Lothian.
If you have been to Ormiston Park Pump Track, we would love you to complete the Ormiston Pump Track Consultation here:- Ormiston Community Pump Track – East Lothian Council – Citizen Space (eastlothianconsultations.co.uk)
We look forward to hearing from you!
Acting Active Business Unit (ABU) Team Leader
East Lothian Council
Meadowmill Sports Centre
Office: 01620 820674 Mobile: 07969 428 586
Ormiston Pump Track
Safer Internet Day is an excellent reminder for us all to work together to create a safe environment for children and young people online. The Internet is a fantastic resource for young people and Safer Internet Day is a celebration of both the creative and responsible use of online technology.
For Safer Internet Day 2017, we are asked to ‘Be the Change: Unite for a better internet’. The UK Safer Internet Centre wants to bring people together across the world to celebrate the positive power of the internet. In the UK we are exploring the power of image – both for positive and negative – in digital youth culture.
Image and video are powerful tools of communication, self-expression and creativity but as we all know there can also be pressures, risks and potential negative consequences.
This Safer Internet Day we want to empower children and young people to have a positive time online, equipped with the skills, knowledge, confidence and resilience to communicate using images and videos safely and creatively.
The current Mainstream Home to School contract for all closed contracted transport (Non-public service)will end in July 2017. The New contract will start in August 2017and run for four years, after the tender process, which will start in January 2017.
The young Scot cards used on public service routes will be re-programmed in June 2017 for the next school year, a more detailed plan will be agreed with high schools in the new year.