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April 4th, 2011

Question Time in East Lothian

Jennifer McDougall
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As the Scottish Parliamentary Elections are fast approaching, a secondary school in East Lothian is joining in the political debate and will be sharing this opportunity with other schools throughout Scotland.

On Friday 8th April from 10 – 11am Musselburgh Grammar School will be hosting its own Question Time event to allow senior pupils to put pressing questions to PPCs and find out about the policies of the different political parties.
The panel consists of Iain Gray, Kenny MacAskill, Robin Harper, Derek Brownlee and former pupil Aidan Simpson who is standing for the SSP.

Why not sign up and join the senior pupils at Musselburgh Grammar and have an opportunity to ask questions yourself?!

Sign up and join us on Friday 8th April.

Categories Curriculum for Excellence, East Lothian, Glow Meet, Pupils, Social Studies

One Response to “Question Time in East Lothian”

  1. David Gilmour April 8th, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    There’s a downloadable video of this event at http://bit.ly/mgsqt2011.

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