Saturday 8th April , Saturday LEGO Club from 1.30-2.30pm, open to all ages but children under 8 years must be supervised by an adult
Tuesday 18th April, Chatterbooks junior book group from 3.30-4.30pm, for ages 8-12 years
Thursday 20th April, Junior Coding Club from 3.30-4.30pm, for ages 8-12 years
Wednesday 26th April, Homework Club from 3.30-4.30pm, for ages 8-12 years
Sunday 30th April, Sunday LEGO Club from 1.30-2.30pm, open to all ages but children under 8 years must be supervised by an adult.
PTA Family Ceilidh
27 January 2017
at Haddington Corn Exchange
7.30 – 11 pm
Raffle on the night
Family ticket – £15 (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Adults – £6
Children – £ 4
Under 3’s – FREE
We hope to welcome you all on the night for a whirl on the dance floor!
The Education Service are currently developing a new Anti Bullying Policy and are carrying out a consultation on this subject with pupils/staff/parents.
The attached link will take you to the online survey which has been designed specifically for parents/carers.
Please take the time to complete this as your views will help us to shape our new policy.
This consultation will close on 14 OCTOBER 2016.
Parents link – https://eastlothianconsultations.co.uk/education/3477ab06
East Lothian Council’s Facilities Management Service would like to consult with children, parents and teaching Staff regarding the drinks that are offered at school lunch time in our Primary Schools. Please click on the link below to gain access to the survey which is on East Lothian Council’s Consultation Hub. Alternatively, hard copies can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org or 01620 827811
East Lothian Council Education Service values and respects the diverse communities it serves and has policy and guidance documents in place to promote positive attitudes and eliminate discrimination and stereotyping in all of its establishments.
The Service has a legal duty to prepare a strategy to increase the physical accessibility of the school environment, increase the access to the curriculum and improve communication, especially in relation to the provision of school information, for those pupils who have disabilities.
Schools and nurseries must take the Accessibility Strategy into account in any management decisions and improvement planning.
We are about to start developing a new Accessibility Strategy and would like to gather your views on what we should include in our new action plan.
We would also like to hear about examples of good practice in East Lothian Schools and Nurseries where steps have been taken to improve accessibility.
By completing this questionnaire you will help up to prioritise what we need to do to promote positive attitudes and better access for our children and young people.
Please click on the link below to find out more and to complete the questionnaire.