Archive News, June 2013

Archive News for June 2013


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Form 5 ESB Success

Many congratulations to all of the Form 5s who scored so highly in their English Speaking assessements.   OVERALL GRADE BREAKDOWN   Grade Number % Distinction 9 32 Merit Plus 14 50 Merit 4 14 Good Pass 1 4 Pass

IAPS Athletics

Team Cargilfield enjoy the IAPS Scottish Schools Athletics Championships.   On Sunday 23rd June, 34 athletes from Cargilfield School competed in the IAPS Scottish Schools Athletics Championship held at Fettes School. It was certainly a day to remember! The team included:

Leavers’ Camp

Day 1: Sunday 23rd June Lots of wet weather; a three hour walk in the hills; heaps of spaghetti bolognese and the tents are all up as we begin Leavers’ Camp 2013 in the Cairngorms. The children are all on

Fair Report 2013

The gamble to continue with the Summer Fair in spite of the weather forecast paid off. The fathers met for the British Lions match before-hand and with 30 qualified referees in the room we were glad the one on the


SCHOOL READING COMPETITION Winners: Annabel Whittle (Seniors) Graham Lambert and Olivia Nimmo (Juniors) On Friday afternoon, in amongst Mamma Mia rehearsals, we managed to hold the annual school reading competition, which this year was very kindly adjudicated by Mrs Gillespie,

U11 Girls’ Athletics V Fettes and Clifton Hall

  U11 Girls’ Athletics fixture V Fettes and Clifton Hall   Monday 17th June 2013.   Held at Clifton Hall   Team Cargilfield included: Captain Honor Starling, Caroline Paul, Scarlett Hamilton, Katherine Wallace (U10), Isabella Sale ( U10) and Emma

U11A Rounder’s V Fettes

U11A Rounder’s V Fettes   Wednesday 19th June 2013   1st innings:  Cargilfield 8 ½  rounders  to Fettes 5 ½   rounders 2nd innings: Cargilfield 6 rounders to Fettes 6 rounders Grand total: Cargilfield Won the match 13 ½   rounders to

Form 5 ESB Exams

Form 5 ESB Exams   On 20th and 21st of June the whole of Form 5 took their English Speaking Board exams.  These are externally assessed exams whose aim is to promote and assess effective, confident and constructive oral communication

U11B Cricket v Loretto

U11B versus Loretto (away)   On a beautifulEast Lothianafternoon, the motley crew of the U11Bs took on the might of Loretto. After successfully negotiating the toss, skipper, Peter Bing, decided that we would have a bat first.   Nelith and

U10 Cricket v Clifton Hall

Under-10 Cricket v Clifton Hall   A bright sunny day saw the Under-10 team visiting Clifton Hall for the return pairs match.  Clifton Hall won the toss and chose to bat first and Cargilfield took the ball with the intention