September 2020

Published: 25 September 2020

Staffing

After interviews we have preferred candidates for the following posts:

Joyce Allan - Senior Business Support Assistant

Karen Fraser - School Welfare Assistant

Health and Safety at school

Just a short reminder that any pupil showing Covid-19 symptoms must not attend school and you can book a test online at www.nhsinform.scot or by telephoning 0800 028 2816. Only if this test is negative should the pupil return to school. If pupils have the common cold, they should still attend school if they feel well enough to do so. Some frequently asked questions about Covid-19, for parents/carers, have also been produced by the NHS and are well worth reading.

Please remember that if you are going abroad on holiday e.g. October break (or any other time) it is highly likely that you and your young person will have to self-isolate on return. Some countries are exempt from this, so you may not have to self-isolate at all if you travel to them. See the latest travel restrictions and list of exempt countries (countries you can travel to without self-isolating) on Gov.Scot.

Digital Inclusion Devices

The Scottish Government recently announced funding of £30 million to support Local Authorities to provide digital devices and/or the internet to young people at school who may require support with digital access to learning from home.

We have used the Scottish Government Guidance to identify young people at Knox Academy who fit the criteria to be offered a device and we will be writing home to parents/carers, in the next week, of those young people whom we have identified.  Devices will be available to hand out to pupils in October and at the end of November. These devices will be Chromebooks as they support the Google platform East Lothian Council (ELC) schools use. Pupils will be able to use these devices to access both in school and home learning. Pupils may be asked to hand their Chromebook in periodically for software updates and to ensure they are working effectively.

When the young person leaves school they will be asked to pass the Chromebook back to Knox Academy as they are an ELC owned device. During the period of loan, pupils will be expected to look after their device and use it for educational purposes and research, as per ICT User Guidelines. 

UCAS Information Evening

It was good to see about sixty of our young people and parents attending this online event on Tuesday evening. A huge thank you to Stuart Meekison for organising and to Edinburgh University and SAAS presenting. If you did miss it for any reason, the presentations are now online in the S6 UCAS Google classroom.

Achievement Ties

It was great to have our Head Pupils, Julia Dale and Rachel Broadley, lead a whole school assembly this week on our Achievement Ties, so pupils know how to apply for these and can discuss this with parents/carers and coaches. An achievement tie can be awarded for a high level of commitment and endeavour in an activity for eighteen months, or for a significant achievement e.g. winning a National Award such as a poetry competition.  Achievement ties can be awarded for Sport, Citizenship (when a young person provides support or services to the local or wider community e.g. working in charity shops/volunteering etc.), Enterprise (involved in leading initiatives/global areas of interest e.g. Eco-Committee, Amnesty, Fairtrade etc.) and Expressive Arts/Technologies. There will also be a further category ‘other’ for anyone wishing to be considered for an achievement tie that does not fall into the previous four categories.  There are two achievement ties: (1) one gold stripe and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘half colours’ achievement tie (2) Two gold stripes and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘full colours’ achievement tie. 

The Achievement Committee will meet twice a year, in October and March, to consider all nominations, which can be submitted by pupils, parents/carers, coaches and our community partners, using our online form.  The outcome of this committee will be communicated directly to pupils by letter, and if successful, they will be awarded their achievement tie, alongside other Achievement Tie winners, by the Head Teacher, Depute Head Teachers and Mr Clark (Achievement Coordinator).  Achievement Tie winners will also be mentioned at House Assemblies to celebrate their success widely.

Nominations are open from 14th September until Friday 9th October. Those who applied in March of this year need not re-apply as your applications will be considered in this grouping. 

Oxford University Partnership

Last week, four of our pupils participated in the East Lothian Partnership with Exeter College, Oxford. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic their residential trip, planned for June, was cancelled, but an online experience was developed and delivered from 14-17 September.

The pupils took part in a series of lectures and tutorials in their chosen subject and by the end of the week had to submit an essay and present on their topic to all the East Lothian participants and the University staff. They showed excellent organisational and independent learning skills, a great deal of maturity and as the following quotes appear to indicate, enjoyed it too:

“It was an experience unlike any other and I am beyond thankful to have been a part of it.” - Kaci Smith

“It was a good experience.” - Isla Kilkenny

“I’m so glad to have had this opportunity, it really expanded my horizons.” -  Reuben Phoenix-Hill

“I’m extremely grateful for this chance and I enjoyed the challenge it gave me.” -  Hannah Pathirana

Congratulations to the four participants; we are very proud of them and thanks to all the ELC and Exeter College staff who made this experience possible. (David Russell, DHT)

Parental Support Requested - Mentoring

As you will be aware, due to the Covid-19 situation, we are unable to have visitors/partners into the school building at present and it looks like this will be the case for the foreseeable future. We are looking at ways of supporting our pupils in the Employability Skills class. At present, they are preparing CVs and Covering Letters in preparation for Mock Job Interviews (which may be virtual). We also believe they could benefit from the support of a mentor – to look over CVs and help them with preparation for their interviews. This could be done through e-mail initially but we could investigate other ways. If you are able to help please could you email rflood@knox.elcschool.org.uk .  It would be great to have as many parents/carers as possible, from different careers/professions. Thank you in anticipation.

Parent Council

If you would like to come along to our next Parent Council on Wednesday 28th October, please let Lesley Pirie (Chair) know by emailing her at parentcouncil@ka-net.org.uk so you can be invited to the virtual meeting. 

Dates for your diary

Virtual Awards Ceremony – Wednesday 30th September – online for all to view

October break – 17th-26th (inclusive) for Pupils (17-25 for staff)

Parent Council – Wednesday 28th October – 6.15pm – 7.30pm (virtual)

S3 Parents’ Evening – Tuesday 3rd November - Google Meets (virtual) – 5-7pm

Have a lovely weekend and perhaps a trip to support our local businesses at Haddington Market.

Please also remember to follow us at: www.ka-net.org.uk Twitter_logo_blue[1]

Sue Cook

Published: 17 September 2020

Staffing

The preferred candidate for Depute Head Teacher (Meadowpark) is Steven Johnson, currently Head Teacher at Spark of Genius.  This is subject to pre-employment checks. Steven will start at Meadowpark on Monday 2 November.  

Health and Safety at school

Just a short reminder that any pupil showing Covid-19 symptoms must not attend school and you can book a test online at www.nhsinform.scot or by telephoning 0800 028 2816. Only if this test is negative should the pupil return to school. If pupils have the common cold, they should still attend school if they feel well enough to do so. Some frequently asked questions about Covid-19, for parents/carers, have also been produced by the NHS and are well worth reading.

A reminder that pupils are all being encouraged to enjoy the fresh air and breaks and lunches and go outside after eating in the Food Court/social area. Although we have been exceptionally lucky with the weather it is going to start to turn colder, and if dry, we will still be asking them to go outside to stop crowds gathering and also as a measure of reducing transmission and keeping everyone safe and Covid-19 free as best as we can. For this reason please ensure you young person has a warm jacket and hat/gloves. Thank you.

For S3 parents only – Parents’ Evening 3 November

On Tuesday 3 November we are planning to hold a virtual parents’ evening.  Given the restrictions around face to face interactions, we are proposing that this is held via individual Google Meets with class teachers.  Whilst this proposal is not perfect, we think this is the closest for face to face dialogue that we can manage under the current Covid19 restrictions.

We are suggesting that pupils make five minute appointments with their class teachers as usual.  The class teacher will then set up a Google Meet with the pupil for the allocated time.  We would then invite you to be with your young person for the duration of the call to be involved in the discussions and the next steps.  It is also possible for us to add extra email addresses if you will be accessing the call in separate households.

We will have to be very strict with the length of meetings, and it is likely the discussions will only be four minutes in length to allow for switching between calls.  It is also possible that you will have up to ten separate Google Meets arranged for the window of 5pm – 7pm.  We are aware that login in and out of meetings is not idea, but we feel this is the safest way to ensure confidentiality.

We are assured that the bandwidth is large enough to support these Google Meets, but if the internet connection is slow, we may turn off the staff cameras.

We will send more detailed information nearer the time, and will be speaking with individual classes about this.  We will also ask you to complete an evaluation form to help us plan for future parents’ evenings and would appreciate any feedback at that time.  As always, technology should not be a barrier to communications so we can make chrome books available if required.  Google Meets are also able to be accessed from any smart phone.

We look forward to this dialogue with you in November to follow on from the reports you will be receiving tomorrow (by Alice Clubb, DHT)

S4/5/6 Prelims – Parent/carer consultation (see link end of this article)

Last session we moved the prelims from Jan/Feb to mid Nov. The overall feedback we received was that this had been a positive move, particularly in terms of leaving the post-Christmas term free of prelims and maximising teaching time.

Given the cancellation of the exam diet we were not able to carry out a full evaluation of moving the prelims and given the ongoing impact the COVID-19 Pandemic is having on education, there is a need to re-evaluate the situation for this session.

Given the length of the Lockdown period we are very aware of the need to try and maximise the amount of class time pupils have and therefore minimise the amount of time taken up by the prelim exams.

We are therefore proposing that the Prelim diet remains before Christmas but we will move it slightly later - 30 November to 8 December. This will allow for another two weeks of teaching time in the lead up to the prelims.

In order to minimise the loss of class time we are suggesting the following:

S5 and 6 - will sit a Prelim each day e.g. their Column A subject on the Monday, Column B subject on the Tuesday etc. This would mean they are finished their Prelims in one week.

S4 - they would follow a similar pattern, but it would take 7 days as they do seven subjects.

The Prelims would therefore be completed with 7 school days. This is in contrast to a 'normal' prelim diet that lasts 2-3 school weeks.

Pupils would be granted exam leave during these 7 days i.e. they can study at home when they do not have an exam but could also study in school.

We are still awaiting the final guidance from the SQA as to what the arrangements for final exams in session 2020-21 will look like, but are confident the prelims will still form an important part of the overall portfolio of assessment for each candidate and as such candidates need to take them very seriously.

These are draft proposals and we would appreciate your feedback by completing the online form.  We would ask that all returns are made by 12:00pm Friday 25 September 2020.

SQA Update - National Courses in session 2020–21

The following letter was published on Wednesday by SQA. It is important for parents/carers to know what is being said as many of you, and your young people, responded to the survey.

“We have been consulting on modifications to National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher courses for the 2020–21 session and the 2021 exam timetable. I would like to thank everyone who has responded to the consultation, including many thousands of teachers and lecturers, young people and their parents and carers across Scotland. We have listened to your feedback – and have developed a set of proposals designed to assist with learning and teaching this year. 

The Deputy First Minister outlined in his opening statement to the Education & Skills Committee earlier today that he has asked SQA to pause publication of outcomes of our consultations until after publication of the Priestley Review.

We fully recognise that teachers, lecturers and learners are seeking clarity on these issues as quickly as possible, but it is also beneficial that the system receives as much clarity and certainty as possible at the one time, when all the related information is available, so an informed decision about next steps can be made.

This means that we will be able to provide teachers and lecturers with a package of support, including the details of modifications to courses, the exam timetable and guidance on the collection of appropriate assessment evidence.

Thank you again to everyone who took part in our consultations. Together, we will continue to deliver for Scotland’s learners in these challenging times.” (Fiona Robertson, SQA Chief Executive and Scotland’s Chief Examining Officer)

Achievement Ties

Our achievement ties are designed to recognise our wider achievement of our young people both in school and in the wider community. An achievement tie can be awarded for a high level of commitment and endeavour in an activity for eighteen months, or for a significant achievement e.g. winning a National Award such as a poetry competition.  Achievement ties can be awarded for Sport, Citizenship (when a young person provides support or services to the local or wider community e.g. working in charity shops/volunteering etc.), Enterprise (involved in leading initiatives/global areas of interest e.g. Eco-Committee, Amnesty, Fairtrade etc.) and Expressive Arts/Technologies. There will also be a further category ‘other’ for anyone wishing to be considered for an achievement tie that does not fall into the previous four categories.  There are two achievement ties: (1) one gold stripe and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘half colours’ achievement tie (2) Two gold stripes and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘full colours’ achievement tie. 

The Achievement Committee will meet twice a year, in October and March, to consider all nominations, which can be submitted by pupils, parents/carers, coaches and our community partners, using our online form.  The outcome of this committee will be communicated directly to pupils by letter, and if successful, they will be awarded their achievement tie, alongside other Achievement Tie winners, by the Head Teacher, Depute Head Teachers and Mr Clark (Achievement Coordinator).  Achievement Tie winners will also be mentioned at House Assemblies to celebrate their success widely.

Nominations are open from 14th September until Friday 2nd October. Those who applied in March of this year need not re-apply as your applications will be considered in this grouping. 

Parent Council

If you would like to come along to our next Parent Council on Wednesday 28th October, please let Lesley Pirie (Chair) know by emailing her at parentcouncil@ka-net.org.uk so you can be invited to the virtual meeting. 

Dates for your diary

A reminder that the September long weekend holiday is tomorrow until Monday 21 September (inclusive)

UCAS Evening – Tuesday 22 September – 6.30pm (online – Google Meet – pupils have meeting code)

Virtual Awards Event – change of date – Wednesday 30th September – online for all to view

The October holiday is Monday 19 – Friday 23 (inclusive)

Have a lovely long weekend break

Sue Cook

Published: 11 September 2020

All of our pupils seem really settled in our ‘new’ normal and the associated routines.  Our extra-curricular sessions will be starting post September break for Active Schools and our Supported Study sessions. Please can I encourage parents/carers to discuss participation in these with your young person as they add value to their skills set in terms of both their academic and wider achievements.

Staffing

We interviewed for the Depute Head Teacher (Meadowpark) on Tuesday and we now have a preferred candidate for this post based on pre-employment checks. I would hope to let you know in the next few weeks who the new member of the school team will be.

Health and Safety around the school

Just a short reminder that any pupil showing Covid-19 symptoms must not attend school and you can book a test online at www.nhsinform.scot or by telephoning 0800 028 2816. Only if this test is negative should the pupil return to school. If pupils have the common cold, they should still attend school if they feel well enough to do so. Some frequently asked questions about Covid-19, for parents/carers, have also been produced by the NHS and are well worth reading.

A reminder that pupils are all being encouraged to enjoy the fresh air and breaks and lunches and go outside after eating in the Food Court/social area. Although we have been exceptionally lucky with the weather it is going to start to turn colder, and if dry, we will still be asking them to go outside to stop crowds gathering and also as a measure of reducing transmission and keeping everyone safe and Covid-19 free as best as we can. For this reason please ensure you young person has a warm jacket and hat/gloves. Thank you.

UCAS Evening – Tuesday 22 September

This evening will be a virtual event and pupils should log in to a Google Meet, with their parents/carers joining them through this login. Students Award Agency Scotland, Edinburgh University and Mr Meekison will coordinate this event and it will start at 6.30pm.  The Google Meet details will be sent to those senior pupils in S5/6 pupils who are interested in applying for University. If you feel there will be an issue accessing this event due to IT, please let Mr Meekison know smeekison@knox.elcschool.org.uk so we can offer you a Chromebook to ensure you can attend.

Virtual Awards Event – change of date – Wednesday 30th September

All our award winners have now been notified, and those who consented have had their photographs taken with their certificates/medals/trophies on Wednesday. Pupils were then given their certificates to take home to take pride of place there. Trophies are no longer being given home and instead pupils received a commemorative medal with the name of their award on it and their name engraved on it too.  This means rather than having the trophy for the year and having to give it back, they have a keepsake – which is much nicer. Trophies will also be engraved with each award winner’s name on it and will be displayed in our main foyer for all to see. Our wider achievement award winners, Duke of Edinburgh, will also receive a mention at the ceremony. During this session Knox Academy pupils completing DofE completed 447 hours of developing a skill; 447 hours of physical activity and 495 hours of volunteering in our local community – tremendous!  The social value of this equated with £2,153.25. Well done to all involved!

The awards ceremony will be posted on our website on Wednesday 30th September for all to see so we can celebrate the achievements of our young people as a whole community.  Although not everyone will receive an award at this event, I would like to highlight that our termly diligence awards, and bi-annual achievement ties, also recognise the hard work and commitment of many of our young people to learning and wider achievement at the school and community throughout the year. 

Achievement Ties

Our achievement ties are designed to recognise our wider achievement of our young people both in school and in the wider community. An achievement tie can be awarded for a high level of commitment and endeavour in an activity for eighteen months, or for a significant achievement e.g. winning a National Award such as a poetry competition.  Achievement ties can be awarded for Sport, Citizenship (when a young person provides support or services to the local or wider community e.g. working in charity shops/volunteering etc.), Enterprise (involved in leading initiatives/global areas of interest e.g. Eco-Committee, Amnesty, Fairtrade etc.) and Expressive Arts/Technologies. There will also be a further category ‘other’ for anyone wishing to be considered for an achievement tie that does not fall into the previous four categories.  There are two achievement ties: (1) one gold stripe and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘half colours’ achievement tie (2) Two gold stripes and the House colour; this will be referred to as a ‘full colours’ achievement tie. 

The Achievement Committee will meet twice a year, in October and March, to consider all nominations, which can be submitted by pupils, parents/carers, coaches and our community partners, using our online form.  The outcome of this committee will be communicated directly to pupils by letter, and if successful, they will be awarded their achievement tie, alongside other Achievement Tie winners, by the Head Teacher, Depute Head Teachers and Mr Clark (Achievement Coordinator).  Achievement Tie winners will also be mentioned at House Assemblies to celebrate their success widely.

Nominations are open from 14th September until Friday 2nd October. Those who applied in March of this year need not re-apply as your applications will be considered in this grouping. 

Eco-Committee Uniform Program

Over the last year and a half, the Eco-Committee has been collecting uniform donations from families in the Knox community. We now have a large collection of clean uniform items, including white shirts, black jumpers, trousers, and blazers. All of the donated items are in great condition! If any family is in need of uniform items, these are free to take! We want to give these clothes to students at our school so that they can be worn once again. 

The goals of this initiative were threefold: to prevent uniform items from going to waste, to reduce the constant re-buying of new clothes, and to further support families in our community. If any students or families would like to access the clothes, they can get in touch with Miss Laudi or the guidance team and we'll happily arrange a time for students to come browse the uniform collection. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us - we're happy to give these clothes a new home. (by J.Laudi)

Trips – S6 Dalguise

Dalguise refunds have been processed except for the few whose cards have expired. If that is the case you will have received an email requesting the new expiry date so that your refund can be processed.

Parent Council

If you would like to come along to our next Parent Council on Wednesday 28th October, please let Lesley Pirie (Chair) know by emailing her at parentcouncil@ka-net.org.uk so you can be invited to the virtual meeting. 

Dates for your diary

A reminder that the September long weekend holiday is Friday 18 – Monday 21 September (inclusive)

The October holiday is Monday 19 – Friday 23 (inclusive)

Please also remember to follow us on our website and twitter feeds for the most up-to-date information: www.ka-net.org.uk     Twitter_logo_blue[1]  

Have a lovely weekend

Sue Cook

 

 

Published: 04 September 2020

I would like to start by thanking parents/carers for their support of your young people wearing face coverings at school this week, after being introduced by the Scottish Government as an enhanced measure to prevent transmission of Covid-19 in schools.  Please can I encourage you to purchase cloth/re-useable ones as being an Eco-school we are really not wishing to promote the use of disposable ones and are concerned by the use of these on the environment (seas/oceans/green spaces). Pupils have adapted really well to using them in various spaces around the school, including corridors and social areas.  If it is dry outside we are continuing to ask young people to be outdoors at breaks and lunches as a further measure we have put in place to prevent transmission and pupils crowding together. Please can you support us with this strategy by discussing this with your young person and encouraging them to bring a warm jacket/hat/gloves as the weather gets colder? Thank you.

Staffing

Short leet interviews for Depute Head Teacher (Meadowpark) take place this Tuesday.

Active Schools – applications have now closed and interviews taking place over the coming weeks

Health and Safety around the school

Just a short reminder that any pupil showing Covid-19 symptoms must not attend school and you can book a test online at www.nhsinform.scot or by telephoning 0800 028 2816. Only if this test is negative should the pupil return to school (and parents are encouraged to email any result to kfraser@knox.elcschool.org.uk (who is our Welfare Auxiliary)). Jason Leith has also produced a letter for parents/carers in recognising the difference between Covid-19 and the common cold.

Along with all other Scottish schools we’re taking a zero-tolerance approach to Covid-19 symptoms. We have already shared with you the process for dealing with young people who begin to exhibit symptoms while at school. They will be taken quickly from the classroom to somewhere they can safely isolate until they are collected to return home. The rest of the class and staff will also leave the classroom area so that fogging can take place before lessons resume. Affected areas will be available to use after 15 minutes.

Such cases are likely to be rare and it’s important that we all remember that this is a highly-precautionary measure to keep everyone in our school buildings safe. As it becomes more familiar to our young people it will become an accepted and routine part of school life. We encourage everyone to remain calm and responsible throughout and to avoid speculation.

We are very proud of how our young people have adapted to the new routines in schools and are grateful for your continued support.

S4/5/6 - Changing Courses

Now that the timetable is settled and as we focus on supporting pupils to achieve as much as they can this session, we would ask that no more requests for course changes are made at this time. There are one or two outstanding requests being looked at but no new requests should be made. This includes requests to drop a subject.

The next general opportunity for such requests to be made will be after the prelim results when it may be necessary/ advisable for some senior pupils to change levels. (by David Russell, DHT)

School College Partnerships (SCP)

Course delivery will commences next week, 7 September.

Once the courses have started i.e. from 7 September, the following arrangements will apply:

S5/6 –S5/6 should work from home wherever possible on a Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. It would be great if parents could consent to this, in the form of an email to Mr Russell (drussell@knox.elcschool.org.uk)

S4 – pupils will attend the college class with Mr Barnhurst on a Tuesday and Thursday afternoon and complete the work set by their college course.

The other two periods designated as college are a Monday period 7 and a Friday period 4 (the last periods in the day). With parental consent in the form of an email to Mr Russell (drussell@knox.elcschool.org.uk), pupils can finish school early and go home. Where consent is not granted or it is not possible for the pupil to travel home, they should remain in school and attend the Opportunity for Wider Achievement Class.

Should your family have no access to Wi-Fi or a Chromebooks/laptop at home, then please contact the school office at admin@knox.elcschool.org.uk by Monday 7 September. Alternatively, if your son/daughter would prefer to be re-coursed, then they need to speak to Mr Russell, DHT as soon as possible. (by David Russell, DHT)

Virtual Awards Event – change of date - 30th September

Due to a postal issue in getting letters out to our award winners by the end of last week, and to give time for parents/carers to respond with information we need for this event, and to allow us to take photographs of our award winners with their certificates/prizes, this event will now take place on Wednesday 30th September. More information to follow.

Information Update

A pack will be coming home containing a PC1 and an Annual Data Check form which is required to be checked by parent/carers, updated as appropriate, signed and returned. Packs will contain photo permission forms, email consent forms and school closure forms if we do not hold a copy on file. If you have no email address, it is essential that you inform the school. Where this is the case, the weekly email information is automatically updated on our website.

Attendance

A reminder that we now have an “Attendance” inbox for parents to email with pupils’ absences/appointments. Please email attendance@knox.elcschool.org.uk 

Active Schools

Our new programme of activities, run by Active Schools and our staff at Knox Academy, will be starting up on as of 14 September 2020.  Thomas Salkeld, our Active Schools Coordinator,  is organising this and pupils will be given details of all clubs, and the timings of these, in the next few weeks. This information will also be posted on our website.

Parent Council

It was great to see so many parents/carers at our first virtual Parent Council on the year. If you would like to come along to the next one on Wednesday 28th October, please let Lesley Pirie, the Chair, know by emailing her at lesley_pirie@hotmail.com so you can be added to the meeting. 

Communication

Most of our communication is by email to parents/carers so if you have still to provide us with your email please do so ASAP so you don’t miss out on any information from us.  Please send an email to admin@knox.elcschool.org.uk to give us your email information. Thank you. If you have a question to ask about your young person or a question in general about the school, please email your young person’s Pupil Support Leader in the first instance as they will be best placed to help you.  If need be, they will refer any questions on to the House Depute Head Teachers.  The email addresses are as follows:

Ms Adam - ladam1@knox.elcschool.org.uk (Garleton Pupil Support Leader (PSL))

Mr Meekison - smeekison@knox.elcschool.org.uk  (Lammerlaw PSL) 

Mrs Doig - wdoig@knox.elcschool.org.uk  (Traprain)

Dr Lyon - vlyon@knox.elcschool.org.uk (PSL Support for Learning)

Ms Fox - sfox@knox.elcschool.org.uk (PSL for Inclusion)

Have a lovely weekend

Sue Cook