CHAI -Community Help and Advice Inititiative can answer questions about housing, benefits and other issues. Their website is http://www.chaiedinburgh.org.uk/ and their telephone numbers are 0131 1009/2100 or 0131 453 6410.
City Of Edinburgh Council Webpage
By clicking on the yellow coronavirus banner you can access information about many different services.
Support for You Section on the City Of Edinburgh Council’s Webpage has supports for staying active and mental health as well
You may have seen our Virtual Assembly on Facebook for P4-7, featuring special appearances from Ant & Dec and David Walliams– it can be viewed on Facebook here This complements our face to face assembly and could be great starting point for some learning and support for children.
The Contacting Childline video embedded in the film can be viewed separately here
This week we have launched ‘The Buddy Zone’ linked specifically to the Childline Under 12’s page, some details below;
On all of the class blogs and Head Teachers Blog, as well as the Twitter feeds (@royalmileps) you will find links to activities and virtual outings, to zoos, the botanical gardens etc. that you can use throughout the summer. (If you enjoyed the zoo why not go again?)
Thank you to all of your for your patience and hard work during the school closure. We hope that the grids and resources posted over the closure period have been useful and enjoyable. It has been great to hear from so many of you and see that fantastic work you have been doing at home.
For the primary fives and sixes it will be great to see you back in August and for the sevens we wish you all the best for high school and the future.
Attached is a summer grid with different activities and resources you can use to keep yourselves entertained over the holidays.
I would like to say a huge thank you to CJ, this year’s Eco Award winner.
CJ has put in so much work into the Eco Group this year. He has had lots of fantastic ideas about how we can make the school more environmentally friendly and has continued to work hard even when the school has been shut.
All of the staff, myself and I am sure the rest of the Eco Group would like to wish him all the best for high school and hope he continues the good work at his new school!
This will the the final Wow Wednesday post of this year. I wanted to start by saying a massive thank you to all of you, children and families, who have worked through such an unprecedented and unexpected this year. Your resilience, patience and understanding has been incredible and humbling. Thank you to all the children who have been continuing your learning at home and have taken the opportunity to learn in new and interesting ways. Some of the projects that you have taken on have been incredible. I also want to say a huge thank you to all of the adults at home who have supported your children with their learning, many of you while juggling your own work commitments.
It has been great to speak to all of you at some point during the school closure time, either on the phone or out and about. It has been fantastic hearing what you have been up to.
I have included examples of just some of the fantastic work which was sent in for this final post. But I have also included some of the highlights of this year, from our VR tour of the Old Town with the Fruitmarket Gallery to the Risk Factory trip, we have done so much this year. I hope the pictures will bring a smile to your faces, it did mine when I was putting them together.
For many of you this is my second year teaching you and I would like to say how much I have enjoyed teaching and getting to know all of you (children and families). I have missed all of you and although next year I won’t be your class teacher I am looking forward to seeing all of you back.