Community Sports Hubs

AGE GROUPSNursery to Primary 7CLUB CONTACTMichael Campbell 378 469

Tuesday 22nd December 2020 Update

Following the First Ministers announcements on Saturday 19th December, and the National mainland return to Tier 4, East Lothian Active Schools has postponed the return of Outdoor Activity until after a review on Wednesday 20th January.

This decision covers all East Lothian Active Schools activity.

With a staggered return to schools in the New Year, and uncertainty over what Tier we will be living under in January, we thought it best to provide some clarity on our plans.

Our team will be working to support schools in their return to learning after the Festive Holidays.

We will also be planning for a return to activity in February, assuming we have reverted to Tier 3 or lower by then.

We know this will be disappointing, we are disappointed too.

We will be working hard to return our outdoor activities, as well as planning for a return to indoor activities as soon as we can.

We wish you all a fun and safe Christmas and New Year.

Best wishes.

Mark Urwin
Senior Active Schools Co-ordinator


Every school in the Tranent Cluster is part of it! Are You??

Tranent Active Schools offers a range of new and exciting sports and activities to be enjoyed by everyone in the Tranent Cluster. Our classes are for boys and girls from nursery age, right up to Primary 7, and the activities include traditional sports such as football, hockey and rugby as well as new and exciting activities such as Street Dance, Cheerleading and many many more!

Every school within East Lothian has an Active Schools Coordinator who coordinates an action packed programme of activities including Girls on the Go and DAP. In 2019, Active Schools in Tranent has seen many new opportunities in our fantastic Total Adventure programme such as Surfing at Belhaven Beach and Wakeboarding at Foxlake Adventures in Dunbar. All this while maintaining the wide variety of sports on offer in the local area such as the Minikickers at Sandersons Wynd Primary and the Basketball and Hockey clubs based at Ross High.

Many of the Sports clubs in Tranent community are now working together as part of the Community Sport Hub. The Tranent District and Community Sports Club is now in full flow and incorporate members from Tranent Colts, Tranent Juniors, Sportif Judo, Ross High Rugby club and many more.

Active Schools in Tranent relies heavily on Volunteers to assist and lead sessions in our community. If you feel you could help with any of the classes, in any way, shape or form, please do not hesitate contact us using the details above.

Keep an eye on the photo gallery on the right hand side of this page to see images of all the opportunities available in Tranent.

Many of the activities have been running previously and a Video of Highlights has been created for your enjoyment. To view the video please click here.

There a range of opportunities in Active Schools, not just for children, so come on, get involved and do not miss out!!!


At Active Schools we are always looking to promote opportunities for our Volunteers and Coaches to access training courses. 

You can now find the most up to date training information from our Partners & Governing Bodies at the Training For All Page


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