Monday, 20 June, 2016 - 14:25
Please take five minutes to complete the Reading is Braw family survey.
Friday, 17 June, 2016 - 15:49
Thank you to pupils, staff, parents and carers who donated their £1 to dress down. We have raised a very impressive £340 which will buy lots of school supplies for a school in The Gambia. I will take lots of photos of me delivering the supplies to the school children and these will go on the website next session.
Thank you again,
Friday, 10 June, 2016 - 12:01
Thursday, 2 June, 2016 - 16:20
Children and Young People (Scotland) Act – East Lothian Council update for families
From 31 August 2016, the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act will commence. This Act states that every young person in Scotland is entitled to the support of a Named Person from birth until the until the age of 18.
All pupils will shortly be given a leaflet produced by Scottish Government, explaining the role of a Named Person. You can also find this leaflet on the East Lothian Council website, school websites and the Scottish Government GIRFEC website, along with lots of other information about the Named Person role.
For children in Primary Schools, their Named Person will be the Head Teacher, a Depute Head Teacher, or a Principal Teacher. In a Secondary School, it will be a Guidance Teacher or a Principal Teacher of Pupil Support.
During school holidays, the Named Person role will be undertaken by qualified staff at East Lothian Council. Details of who these people will be and how to contact them will be made available in August, on school and council websites.
Your individual school will inform you as to the name of your child’s Named Person in August, so that you have the most up to date information.
On 30 May, the Scottish Government will be launching a media campaign to raise awareness of the Named Person role and how this fits with the Children and Young People’s Act. East Lothian Council will publicise national materials through social media, on our websites and through pupil post.
For more detailed information, you can look online at the Scottish Government GIRFEC website. This contains a number of very useful and user-friendly documents.
Wednesday, 1 June, 2016 - 10:48