Tynecastle Community Choir are seeking new members.
Please see attached posters for more info.
|Some children are laid-back and easy-going; others are hot tempered and strong-willed. These children can find themselves having difficulties in school and making good progress there. Parents can find themselves stressed out and at their wits’ end.
Help is at hand!
All over Scotland, parents and carers who have been finding the behaviour of their 3 to 6 year olds difficult have now started going along to Triple P Groups.
Gate 55, Thursday 29 March
Come and chat to the group leaders, find out about our groups and meet other parents
Please let us know if you intend to come along and if you will need a crèche place for your wee one. Phone Andrena or Helen 0131 458 5095
An English Language course for adult speakers of other languages starts after Easter at Tynecastle community wing.
All children who attend our Four Corners Football Club on a Monday with Multi Cultural Family Base, and all children in P5 to P7 were offered two free tickets to watch the Hearts Vs Partick Thistle game on March 17th.
The tickets were generously donated to us through Big Hearts Community Trust.
Many of our families enjoyed a cold but memorable trip to Tynecastle Football stadium and watched Hearts win 3-0.
Muddled by Minecraft or rattled by Roblox?
NSPCC and O2 are running an hour-long interactive workshop with tips, tools and advice on how to keep your child safe online.
Talking about online safety with your child doesn’t need to be difficult –build your confidence to have those important conversations, get to know your child’s online world and learn where to go for help and advice.
Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! Make sure you RSVP by responding to email@example.com
The Triple P group in our area invites parents to a session on 3-6 year old behaviour.
Details on flyer.
Dalry Primary will be the stars of the Edinburgh Evening News’ School Focus features today.
It is focusing on our role as Confucious hub.
If you wish to grab your copy as a souvenir it is in shops today.