Here is a link to additional language information on the bear hunt P1 transition.
If you do not speak english and need translation help to read the back to school letter below please use this link.
Please see the below letter from Andy Gray, Chief Education Officer at Edinburgh council.
If it isn’t visible on your device please download a copy here Letter to Parents and Carers 29 May 2020
We have a nice song to remind you how to keep cleaning those hands and if you go to the website it’s in lots of languages.
If you want to listen in another language you can mute the video and play the sound for that language.
Mrs McLoughlin has another art task for you.
Every week we have Mrs McLoughlin’s Art Wednesday when we post her latest challenge.
This week we are using fingertprints. But not to catch any criminals!
If you try it out you can always share your art with her at @LoughlinUpdates on twitter if you are using it.
Here is this week’s link.
How people whose first or preferred language is not English can access
COVID-19 information on NHS inform channels
People whose first or preferred language is not English can get information about
coronavirus (COVID-19) in Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Polish, Romanian, Slovak and Urdu on
NHS inform. Spanish and Punjabi translations will be added shortly.
All the translations are
published here: www.nhsinform.scot/coronavirus– please keep checking for updates.
People living in Scotland who don’t have any symptoms but are looking for general
information can call the coronavirus helpline. If you’re a non-English speaker you can still use
this service. Phone: 0800 028 2816, tell the call handler that you need an interpreter, give the
name of your preferred language and you will be connected to Language Line interpreter.
You will not have to pay for this
Apologies for the outage this afternoon but the site is now back up for P6s to access teams.