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Head Teacher Address Telephone Fax Email Web Mrs Singham Knox Academy, Pencaitland Road, Haddington, EH41 4DT 01620823387
o 1620 823 186
This pack contains a variety of documents. The majority of enclosures apply to all year groups however some apply to S I only. The table below identifies the year group(s) to which the document applies, and highlights those items that require action on behalf of the parent/guardian. Year Group How Can You Help? School Day & Attendance Staff List Tutor List School Dress Code Parent School Partnership Information P.E. - Aubigny Centre Pupil Photograph Form Lost Property Rag Bag Textile Recycling Lockers Food Court/Cashless Extra-Curricular Session Date Calendar Catering All Return Required?
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HOW CAN YOU HELP?
There are a number of ways in which parents/carers Academy. A few of these are listed below. can support their youngster's education at Knox
Please: o Contact the school office before the start of the school day if your son/daughter o o Send notes regarding appointments at least one day before the appointment
is going to be absent
Send notes when your son/daughter returns to school following a period of absence. This is required in addition to a morning telephone call. Ensure the contact details held by the school are up to date. It is essential that the school office is advised of any change to addressftelephone number - without accurate contact details the school cannot contact parents/carers in an emergency or to discuss any concerns. Encourage pupils to wear full dress code on a daily basis; it promotes a positive and businesslike ethos within the school. Visitors to the school regularly comment on the smart dress of our pupils. Encourage your son/daughter kit! to take an active part in PE, and ensuring they remember to pack their
Get involved in our extra-curricular activities. This involvement could be in a variety of roles, for example, assisting with coaching, overseeing a senior pupil coaching, travelling to events with teams or acting as an official. Attend Parents' Evenings and return the reply slips that accompany reports. Every pupil has a homework diary/planner. Discuss this regularly with your youngster and ensure they complete homework on time. Please do not hesitate to contact the appropriate Guidance Teacher with any concerns. Join the Knox Academy Parent School Partnership or Knox Academy Support Group (KASG). If you can't spare the time there are many events throughout the year that you could support on a one-off basis. Bullying in school can be best tackled if parents/carers, teachers and pupils all work together to find a solution. Please do not hesitate to contact the appropriate Guidance Teacher or Depute Head Teacher with any concerns. The school is always trying to establish closer links with the local business community. like to be involved in any way, get in touch!
If you would
Support us in our efforts to enable all youngsters to become successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors.'
SCHOOL DAY F"londayto Thursday Registration Period I Period 2 Interval Period 3 Period 4 Lunch Period 5 Period 6 0844 0850 0950 1050 1105 1205 1305 1400 1500 ~ 0850 - 0950 - 1050 - 1105 - 1205 - 1305 - 1400 - 1500 - 1600 0844 0850 0950 1050 1105 End of 0850 0950 1050 1105 1205 School
ATTENDANCE Thank you to all the parents/carers who contact Knox before the school day to inform us if their youngster is going to be absent. Sometimes the lines are very busy and your patience is appreciated. We also appreciate the letters sent in with pupils when they return to school. However, sometimes pupils' absences remain 'unexplained'. For pupils in S 1-4 a member of the office staff will contact parents/carers of a pupil whose absence remained 'unexplained' at 9.15am. This phone around should be complete by 10.30am each morning. Following a telephone call, pupils are recorded as having a verbal explanation for absence, however a letterlemail from their parent/carer is required before the reason for absence is confirmed. Where a pupil's absence remains 'unexplained' or no letter is received, the absence will be recorded as truancy or as an unreasonable excuse. For pupils in receipt of an Educational Maintenance Allowance, absences can affect the payments they receive. Please help us by: o Continuing to contact the school before the school day if your son/daughter is going to be absent (the office is open from a.aOam) Sending notes regarding appointments in to school at least one day before the appointment Sending notes when your son/daughter returns to school
Throughout the year a letter is sent to parents/carers of pupils with an attendance record that falls below an acceptable level. A copy of their attendance record will be enclosed with this letter. This system is designed to provide an early warning, and a support to parents/carers and pupils. Guidance staff are keen to become involved and help support pupils and their parents/carers before poor attendance has a detrimental effect on their education. Letters will also be sent regularly to parents/carers where the pupil attendance 'unexplained' or 'verbal explanation' only absences. PUNCTUALITY All pupils are required to register at a,44am. Pupils arriving after this time will be considered late. Latecomers will complete a detention at Interval the next school day, unless they have a note from their parent/carer. record includes any
STAFF LIST 2012/13 Head Teacher
Miss L Adam
& Literacy Faculty Mrs Singham - Faculty Link
Health & Well Being Faculty Mrs Singham - Faculty Link Mr K MacDonald (Acting) Faculty Head Guidance Staff
Miss L Adam (PT) - Garleton Ms J Easson(PT) - l.ammerlaw Miss L Stevenson (PT) - Traprain
Depute Head Teachers
Mr J Young Mr SIIHngworth
Ms B Skirrow Mrs J Allan Mrs F Forrest Mrs C Harkes Miss C Irvine Mrs R Johnston Mrs M Weir Mrs E Maguire
English Mr P Bristow
Mr 0 Edwards Miss K Fairbairn - PT Literacy Mr M Halliday Miss Z Machen Mrs M Maxwell Mr M McGeehan Mr D Swinney - Faculty Head
Miss K Hossack Ms R Stewart
Mr R Greenaway - (Acting PT) Ms C Blackhall Miss J Duff Mr A Mackinnon
Ms C Rainger (HOD) Mrs A Hubbard
Auxiliary - Medical
Mrs M Ball
Mrs A Cochrane Mr P Hutchinson
Mr S Illingworth - Faculty Link
Auxiliary - General
Mrs H Jackson
Mr G Forbes Ms G Good Mr A Jappy Mrs C Siowther Miss L Ward Dr G Wilson
Sports Co-ordinator School Librarian
Mr W Plain
Expressive Arts Faculty
Mr J Young - Faculty Link Miss J Duff - Faculty Head
Mrs P MacGregor Miss A Patterson
Ms J Edgar Miss K Johnston Mr K Milne Mrs M Stuart
Mr I Crawford Dr F Dickinson Mr A Jappy Ms J Mcintyre
Mrs S Robb
Miss M Brown Miss S Mackinnon Miss E Whitfield
FES Premises Management
Mr L Thomas Mr A Aitken K McAlpine
Mr j Taylor - Faculty Head Mr P Dolg Mr J Grant
Miss M Brown Mr K Johnson Miss E Orr
Mrs T Davonald Mrs L Dickson-Murray Mrs S Gillies Mrs E Little Mrs A McBirnie Mrs J McKenzie Mrs'M Terry
Social Subjects Faculty
Mr S Illingworth - Faculty Link
Numeracy & Technology Mr J Young - Faculty Link Mathematics
Mrs L Mcinnes - Faculty Head Mr R Barclay (PT N umeracy) Mr C Blair Mr P Donaldson Mr M Reid Mr F Tait Ms E Thomson Mr S Wren Mr J Young
Mr C Dempster Mr R Flood - Faculty Head Mr A McFarlane
Mrs C Barber Miss L Jeffrey Ms N Stobie
Miss K Anderson Miss K Bulloch Mr S Illingworth Miss S McPhee Mr A Redford
Mr A McSwan Mr SWren
Mrs L Montgomery Mr L Woolley
Miss A Leggatt Ms S Moore Mrs R Smith
Mr R Greenaway Ms K Johnston (MITIW)f Ms S Mackinnon (Th/F)
4GI 4G2 4G3
Mr I Crawford Mr P Doig Mr P Donaldson (MlTlTh)! Ms R Stewart (W/F)
TI.13 TI.9 MI.7
III IL2 1L3 ITI IT2
Ms C Blackhall Mr A McSwan Mr A Redford Mr A MacKinnon Ms N Stobie/Ms E Thomson
FCC MI.14 TI.6 TI.7 TI.S 4L1 4L2 4L3 4TI 4T2 4T3
Mr R Barclay Miss K Hossack Mr P Bristow Miss E Whitfield Mrs L Montgomery Mr A Jappy
MI.3 HEI Tl.2 Drama 2 RME2 TI.12
2GI 2G2 2L1 2L2 2TI
Mrs C Barber Mr
M.9 TI.8 M 1.8 M.lf M.8
Ms R Stewart (M)/ Mr G Forbes (TIW/Th/F)
Mr C Blair Mr A McFarlane Mrs M Maxwell (M)I Ms L Jeffrey (TIW/Th/F)
Ms G Good (MITIWITh)1 Mr K Milne (F)
Mrs A Hubbard Mr F Tait Ms A Leggatt (MITIWIF)/ Mrs S Moore (Th)
Ms M Brown Miss J Edgar
Drama 3 T2.5
5TI 5T2 5T3
Miss S McPhee Miss E Orr Mr K Johnston
M.S MUS 2 MUS I
3GI 3G2 3G3 3L1 3L2 3L3 3TI 3T2
Mr M Halliday Miss K Anderson Mr 0 Edwards Miss Z Machen Dr G Wilson Mr P Hutchinson Dr F Dickinson Mrs A Cochrane
M.7 T3.1 T2.3 T2.11 TI.4 Tr.1 I TI.3
6GI 6G2 6G3 6Lf 6L2 6L3 6TI 6T2 6T3
Miss K Bulloch Mr M Reid Ms K Fairbairn Ms C Rainger Mr L Woolley Mr S Wren Ms L Ward Mr C Dempster Mr M McGeehan (MITIWIF)I Mrs M Maxwell (Th)
MA M 1.6 T3.3
RMEI MI.12 T2.9 M.12 T3.4
MOBilE TELEPHONE POLICY Being Reviewed - to follow.
DRESS CODE - To be reviewed this session
Research has shown that schools enforcing a dress code, have pupils who attain and achieve to a higher standard and have fewer incidences of bullying The Dress Code for Knox Academy is outlined below.
Years I to 6 Inclusive:
• • • • • • • • • • • White collared shirt (boys' shirts should be tucked in) School tie (to be worn at the neck) 'V' neck sweater or fleece (plain. navy or black). No other colours allowed Smart black trousers from waist to toe (no jeans/cargo or hipster trousers) Smart black skirt Black shoes (no trainers) Shorts may not be worn other than in PE classes Headwear may only be worn in school for religious or health reasons Jewellery should be kept to a minimum and be discreet Accessories should be in dress code colours only e.g. bags, scarves and hats Belts should be black or navy only
Years 5 and 6:
All pupils are expected to wear the dress code as described above and a navy blazer with the school crest. Christmas leavers are not required to wear a blazer but may do so if they wish.
Prefects are expected to wear blazers with the school crest and braiding at all times.
Outdoor garments may not be worn in class.
Extremes of Fash ion:
In general terms, we would expect all our young people to maintain a sense of decorum. example, we would not expect to see bare skin/midriffs or shoulders. By way of
In the unlikely event that a pupil does not wear school dress code on three occasions during a fortnightly period a letter will be sent to parents to alert them to this. $houlda further dress code slip(s) be issued ion othe following fortnight parents will be invited in to school to meet with the appropriate Head of House or Guidance Teacher to discuss the matterfurther. We will continue to deal with any dress code issues sensitively and on an individual basis.
KNOX ACADEMY PARENT SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP The Parent School Partnership is an active committee, meeting 8/9 times throughout the school year. One of the most important communications. roles is to act as a link between the school and parents, and to assist in
Please feel free to contact any partnership member with your views or concerns. handed into the school or posted to the Chair, c/o Knox Academy. Mrs V Cole Mr G Cookson Mr A Greathead Ms K White Mr D Smith Mr I Smith Mr M Wyllie Mr D Simpson Miss K Anderson Mr C Dempster Vacancy Ms M Benson Chair Vice Chair Parent Member Parent Member Parent Member Parent Member Parent Member Parent Member Teacher Member Teacher Member Teacher Member Clerk (T) 01620810628
mail can be
Meetings are open to all; parents are always welcome to come along. Minutes of meetings are produced and are available for parents to access as follows: o On the Partnership website (www.knoxparents.org.uk)
o Via the school website (www.ka-net.org.uk)
o On display in the School Reception area are as follows:
Dates for meetings in Session 2012/2013
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5 September 2012 3 October 2012 3 I October 20 12 28 November 2012 9 January 20 13 6 February 2013 6 March 2013 24 April 2013 22 May 2013
Meetings take place in the Learning Support Department·at the Clerk who tan be contacted via the school office.
Details of the agenda are available from
5 I Physical Education Pro-forma
Physical Education classes are an important expected to participate fully.
part of the curriculum
at Knox Academy
and all pupils are
Even with the fantastic sports facilities available at Knox, there will be occasions when we will have to use the Aubigny Sports Centre, for example swimming classes. Your son/daughter will be required to walk unaccompanied to the Aubigny Centre. At the start of the session, PE staff will show pupils the route to use. A map detailing the route is available for parents/carers to view at the School Office. Pupils must behave in an acceptable and considerate manner when moving to and from the venue.
Please complete the pro-forma overleaf and return the whole sheet to the school by 31 August - failure to return the form could result in pupils missing PE classes. These forms will be held by the school for reference.
Thank you for your co-operation.
[:~~;Y;_. __ TO AUBIGNY ':V~L.K
PARENTAL CONSENT FORM (pel)
Date of Birth: Tel Horne: Tel Work:
Telephone Number for use in emergency:
In the event of an emergency, it is important that the person in charge of the group has the necessary informntion about any medical condition that could affect the participation or treatment of 'your child/ward. Ail infortnati~n requested will be treated in strict confidence, and will not necessarily prejudice the inclusion of your child in the activity. It is in the interests of your child that full and accurate information be given and that you notify us of any change in circumstanceS 'that might affect participation. Has your child/ward had recent surgery or been in contact with any infecflous-or contagious diseose>
Has your cHild/ward
any known allergy (eg to penicillin)?
If y~ur child/ward
.by a Doctor please give details including medication?
Has your child/wor-d received
injection within the last ten years?
Has your ch:ild/ward any· medical condition which a doctor should know about before carrying out treatment (eg As.thlna)· Is there Is there any activity in which your child may NOT participate?
we should have?
Name of Fami Iy Doctor: , Address:
Tel No: activities only cannot swim I can swim 50 metres / is confident in cold water wearing a buoyancy
I certify that tny child/ward aid. (Ring as appropriate)
East Lothian Council Public Liability Insurance will meet claims resultit1g from accidental injury or damage to property if it is proved it was caused as a result of negligence on the part of the Counei I or a Counci I employee, ~articipant$ wishing to obtain Cover for personal accident insurance company or broker. Declaration and Third Party Liability are advised
to contact an
I have read the information issued concerning the Course and the statement of insurance. r understand the nature of t.he activity/activities to be undertaken and consider my child/ward fit to take part, He/She does not suffer from any medicclcondi+ion not stated above. r hereby consent to the submission of the above named to emergency rnediccl.or surgical treatmentinc!uding the administration of anaesthetic or blood transfusion as considered necessary byfhz medical authorities present. .'
Name (Block Capitals) Signature Parent/Guardian Date
S I PUPIL PHOTOGRAPHS
Knox Academy is a busy place with a huge variety of activities taking place throughout the Session. During the year, we take a variety of photographs of pupils taking part in these activities, which are used for school publications such as the Prospectus and Knox News. The local or national press may cover some of our activities/news, and therefore we send photographs to the paper to accompany the articles. We are extremely careful about the use of, and access to, pupil photographs. However, we would like to ensure that you are happy with these arrangements and therefore would ask parents/carers to read, complete and return the attached East Lothian Council Consent Form. It would be helpful if all forms were returned to the school office by Friday 31 August. Please do not hesitate to contact the School should you wish further information on this matter. Consent forms were distributed to S I pupils during the P7 visit days: if you have already returned these there is no requirement to do so again. THIS FORM APPLIES TO SI PARENTSfCARERS ONLY.
East Lothian Council Permissions Foro} (Under 16s)
To the parent orguardian
EDUCATION a CHILDREN'S SERVICES
Knox Academy would like to seek your permission to use images (photographs or film) or recordings (video or audio) of your child as part ofhislher learning activities. These activities will support your child to learn in a creative and stimulating environment and will enable himlher to publish work to a wider audience. These imagesor recordings could be shared in the following ways: videos, CDROMS, DVDs, presentations and websites. Once your child reaches the age of sixteen, he/she will be asked to sign their own permission form, . Please complete, sign and date tbis form, I agree to allow my child to take part in digital projects and understand that as a result, my child's images or recordings may be shared in print and/ or digitally, including websites. YES/NO Name of child
Name and address of educational establishment Knox Academy. Pencaitland Road, Haddington, EH41 4DT Name of parent or guardian Signature of parent or guardian Date _ _
Please return this completed form as soon
Please note: 1. Web sites can be viewed throughout the world, not just in the United Kingdom. 2. This form is valid for: . • Nursery/Primary - for the duration the child attends the school • Secondary - until the child is 16 when an ELC permissions form for Over 168 should be completed.
Every week a large quantity of 'lost' property is handed into the School Office . .To ensure that your child is able to identify any items they have misplaced please ensure that you label clothing/belongings with their' name where possible/practicaL., .' Lost property is recorded and dated on receipt. Items are kept for one calendar month following are disposed of or donated to charity as appropriate. which they
Pupils who have misplaced an item of clothing or a possession should visit the School Office who will reunite them with their property should it have been handed in. Parents/carers are welcome to visit the School Office to view the lost property items belonging to their child. being held, and to identify
RAG BAG TEXTILE BANK
Knox Academy has a textile bank which you can use to recycle unwanted textiles of any quality. You can donate adult's and children's clothes, paired shoes, hats, bags, curtains, towels and bed linen (sheets, pillow covers, duvet covers). It is important that the textiles are dry, clean and in a bag. Please do not donate soiled or wet textiles.
Lockers are available for use by all pupils. Application forms are available from the School Office, and should be returned with a deposit of £5.00 that wilt be refunded on return of the key and completion of a satisfactory inspection of the locker. This charge will be reviewed annually. Cheques should be made payable to East Lothian Council. In the event that a locker key is lost, pupils will be given access to remove their belongings but will lose their deposit. If an additional locker key is require a further deposit of £5.00 is payable.
FOOD COURT I CASHLESS CATERING
The Food Court at Knox Academy is open to pupils for the purchase of food/drinks Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 2.00pm Friday 8.30am to I 1.05am as detailed below:
Pupils in S 1-5 should not access the Food Court during lesson times. The Food Court is 'cashless', pupils have a Smartcard that they can load money onto at one of 3 machines located throughout the Food Court/Social Area. Parents/carers can also send in a cheque (payable to East Lothian Council), please ensure you note the child's name and class on the reverse, or top up the card online at www.eastlothian.gov.uk. Please note that the maximum spend limit for all pupils is £5.00 per day, if you wish to set a lower limit please notify the Food Court supervisor in writing c/o Knox Academy. The cost of a school meal for Session 20 1212013 is £2.10. Pupils who are in receipt of Free School ·Meals have funds credited to the Smartcard before morning interval . each day, Ona Friday pupils entitled to a free school meal should collect their lunch at morning interval. Information regarding Free School Meal entitlement is available from the School Office.
EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTiVITIES A huge number .of extra-curricular activities are availableto pupils at Knox Academy; timetables are available to view at www.ka-net.org.uk Examplesinclude the following: o Amnesty International o Athletics o Badminton o Basketball o Book Club o Brass Band o Choir (junior & Senior) o Christmas Cake Decorating o Dance o Debating Society DEco-Schools Group o Fitness o Football o Gardeners' Club o Girl's on the Go o Guitar Group o Hockey o Orchestra o Par Cour o Rugby o Scripture Union o Stockmarket Challenge o Surfing o Table Tennis o Tap Class o Trampolining o Wind Band o Yoga/Relaxation o Youth Parliament o Youth Theatre
SESSION DATES 2012/13
EAST LOTHIAN COUNCIL Department of Education & Children's Services SCHOOL SESSION DATES 2012/2013 STAFF TERM I Staff resume Monday 13 August 2012 Tuesday 14 August 2012 Wednesday Autumn Holiday Staff resume Staff break Staff resume Staff break I 5 August 2012 Pupils resume School closed Extra in-service day Pupils resume Pupils break In-service day 3 Pupils resume Pupils break End of Term I
PUPILS In-service day I In-service day 2 Extra in-service day
Thursday 16 August 2012 Monday 17 September 2012 Tuesday Wednesday 18 September 2012
19 September 2012
Friday 12 October 2012 Monday 22 October 20 I2 Tuesday 23 October 2012 Thursday 20 December 2012 TERM 2
Staff resume Staff break Staff resume Staff break Good Friday Easter Monday
Monday 7 January 2013 Tuesday 8 January 2013 Friday 8 February 2013 Monday 18 February 20 13 Friday 22 March 2013 Friday 29 March 2013 Monday I April 2013 TERM 3 Pupils resume Pupils break Pupils resume Pupils break School closed School closed
In-service day 4 Start of Term 2
End of Term 2
Staff resume Spring Holiday May Day Holiday Staff resume Victoria Day Staff resume Staff break
Monday 8 April 2013 Monday 15 April 2013 Monday 6 May 2013 Tuesday 7 May 20 I3 Monday 20 May 2013 Tuesday 21 May Wednesday 22 May 2013 Friday 28 June 2013
Pupils resume School closed School Closed Pupils resume School Closed
Start of Term 3
In-service day 5 Pupils resume Pupils break End of Term 3
CALENDAR 2012-1 3 TERM I ... Monday 13 August Thursday 16 August Monday 27 August Wednesday 29 August Monday 3 September Friday 7 September Monday 10 September Wednesday 12 September Thursday 13 September Friday 14 September Monday 17 September Tuesday 18 September Wednesday 19 September Wednesday 19IThursday 20 September Thursday 20 September Friday 21 September Monday 24 September - All Week Monday 24 September - All Week Thursday 27 September Monday I October Wednesday 3 October Thursday 4 October Monday 8 October/Tues 9 October Tuesday 9 October Wednesday 10 October Friday 12 October Monday 22 October Tuesday 23 October Wednesday 24 October Thursday 25 October Mon 291T ues 30fWed 31 Tues30fWed 31 October Wednesday 31 October Monday 5 November Thursday 8 November Wk beg 12 November Monday 12 November Wk beg 19 November Thursday 22 November Friday 23 November Tuesday 27 November Wednesday 30 November Wk beg 3 December Tuesday 4 December Tuesday 4rwednesday 5 December Thursday 6 December Friday 7 December Mon [Orrues Ilrwed 12 December Thursday 13 December Tuesday [8 December Thursday 20 December
Staff resume Pupils resume S I and S6 Photographs S5/6 Higher Education Convention S6 Edinburgh Uni Open Day Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) East Lothian Learning Festival East Lothian Festival of Rugby Disability Badminton (I 0-2pm) S2-6 School Production Auditions (4-6pm) 54 Challenge Autumn Holiday Staff resume Pupils resume Scottish Learning Festival UCAS Evening/S I Settling In Evening (6.30pm) Disability Football - S6/Staff Weekend Scholastic Book Fair e-Portfolio Focus Week I S3 HPV Vaccinations Scholastic Book Fair Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) S4 Progress Reports Issued S2 Land Yacht P7 Evening (6pm) S I/S2 Rugby 7's all day All break Staff resume Pupils resume S4 Parents' Consultation Evening (5-7pm) Higher Drama Presentation (6-9pm) Higher Drama Presentation (6-9pm) S4 French Speaking Prelims S4 Music Prelims Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) 54 Prelims begin (end Friday 16 November) S3 HPV Vaccinations Global Enterprise Week S3 and S5 Education Challenge S4 Work Experience Disability Games Festival SI Challenge S5/6 Progress Reports issued Parent School Partnership (6. I5pm) S2 MidYIS Testing S5/6 Parents' Consultation Evening (5-7pm) 55/6 Music Prelims 52 Progress Reports issued Disability Gymnastics/S6 Challenge School Production (6-9pm) S4 Reports issued Christmas Concert (2pm and 7pm) All break
Monday 7 January Tuesday 8 January Wednesday 9 January Thursday 10 January Tuesday 15January Thursday 17 January Friday 18 January Wk beg 21 January Wk beg 21 january Wednesday 23 January Thursday 24 January Friday 25 January Friday I February Wednesday 6 February Friday 8 February Monday 18 February Thursday 21 February Wk beg 25 February Wednesday 6 March Thursday 7 March Thursday 7 March Monday II March Tues/ Thurs 12 and 14 March Tuesday 12 March Thursday 14 March Tues/Thurs 19 and 21 March Tuesday 19 March Wednesday 20 March Thursday 21 March Friday 22 March
Staff resume Pupils resume S6 Pantomine (7pm) Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) S I and S3 Progress Reports issued Disability Boccia (I Oarn-Zprn) S I Parents' Consultation Evening (5-7pm) Disability Athletics S5/6 Prelims (till Friday I February) S5/6 Study Leave (for I week) Disability Basketball (I Oam-2pm) S3 Core Skills Celebrating Burns (7-1 Opm) Disability Athletics Disability Athletics Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) All break All resume Dip Tet Vaccinations e-Portfolio Focus Week 2 East Lothian Cross Country Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) S6 Drama Practical Exam S5/6 Reports issued S5/6 Cabaret (6-9pm) S4 Coursing S4/5 Parents' Information Evening (6.30pm) S3 HPV Vaccinations S5 Coursing S3 Information Evening (6.30pm) Disability Games/EL Youth Games Spring Concert (7pm) NC Acting Skills Showcase (6-9pm) All break All resume S3 Reports Issued Spring Holiday - School Closed S I Progress Reports Issued S3 Parents' Consultation Evening (5-7pm) Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) SQA Examinations begin/S4 Study Leave begins S3 Coursing S3 Coursing Disability Basketball (I Oam-2pm) Disability Basketball May Day Holiday - School Closed S5/6 Study Leave begins Disability Basketball e-Portfolio Focus Week 3 Disability Youth Games (I Oam-2pm) S2 Reports Issued Disability Basketball Victoria Day - School Closed Staff resume Pupils resume
Monday 8 April Thursday II April Monday 15 April Tuesday 16 April Wednesday 17 April Wednesday 24 April Thursday 25 April Tuesday 30 April Wednesday I May Friday 3 May Monday 6 May Wednesday 8 May Friday 10 May Wk Beg 13 May Wednesday 15 M<l.y Thursday 16 May .Friday 17 May Monday 20 i"hy Tuesday 21 May Wednesday 22 May
Wednesday 22 May Thursday 23 May Wk beg 27 May" Tuesday 4 June WednesdayS June Thursday 6 June Friday 7 June Wk Beg 10June Tuesday II June Wednesday 12 June Friday 14June Monday 17June TuesIWed 18 and 19 June Thurs 20/Friday 2 r June Thursday 20 June Man 24ITues 25 June Wednesday 26 June Thursday 27 June Friday 28 June
Parent School Partnership (6.15pm) 52 Parents' Consultation Evening (5 7pm) SI/2/3 Activities Week 54/5 Resume Secret Bunker History Trip S5 Induction S6 Induction National Sports Week School Sports Day School Swimming Gala Leavers' Ceremony P7 Parents' Evening (6.30pm) P7 Visits Campaign Week S I Reports Issued County Sports Campaign Week School Council Election Day Awards Ceremony (7pm) All break (12.05pm)
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