We raised a fantastic £998.38 at the School Christmas fair on Friday. Many thanks to all who came along and donated tombola, home-baking and raffle prizes. Your generosity has allowed us to treat the children to a Pantomime including choc ice treat and snacks for their Christmas Parties.
There have been a number of enquiries made in relation to the Christmas closure for schools as to whether or not there will be an early closure on the last day, Thursday 22 December. The last day is a normal working day and there will be no early closure for schools.
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.
Any feedback on current routes is welcome however is require by 31 December 2016 to email@example.com
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.
Transport Services - ELC
Rookie Rockstar concert starts at 6:30 each night.
Doors open from 6pm.
Children will gather in GP room from 6pm for a 6:30 start.
Tuck shop available before the concert.
Thank you to Team Wallyford PACC for subsidising £2 of each ticket.
Children to dress as "Wild" as possible.
Please find attached our termly newsletter.
Paper Copies of newsletter and handouts will also be available at school office.
East Lothian Council are currently undertaking a consultation in relation to the proposal to alter the catchments of Pinkie St Peter’s and Wallyford Primary Schools. The consultation commenced on Tuesday 8th November, 2016, and will finish at close of business on Tuesday 20th December, 2016, being a period of six weeks, which also includes the minimum 30 school days.
We will also be providing a drop-in session for all staff in respect of this proposal at Pinkie St Peter’s Primary School, on Thursday 17th November, from 12 noon to 5pm.
In addition, there is also a Public Meeting relating directly to this Consultation, which has been organised for Wednesday 7th December, at 7pm, in the Brunton Hall, Musselburgh.
Friday 18th November dress in your PJs for school for a £1 for Children in Need. Dancing for all at 9.30am in the hall and Community Café donations all going to Children in Need. Thanks
The Consultation Report regarding the proposed secondary school provision for the Musselburgh area is now online. You can find the report via the following link:
This Consultation Report will be considered as part of the Council Meeting on Tuesday 20 December. The appropriate report for the Council Meeting will be made available through the usual committee procedures, prior to the meeting on 20 December.
The Governance Review is seeking views on how education (from early years through to secondary) is run. We want to hear your opinion on this.
Engagement events are taking place throughout the county.
Best Western, Dunoon 5th December 10-12:30
Please register at www.gov.scot/educationgovernancereview
Please see attached letter for our next milk payment