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Archive News, March 2015

Archive News for March 2015


What's New?

Parent / Teacher Meeting

Please find attached a document with details on the coming up parent / teacher meetings. Plan for Parent Teacher meetings 2015-16

Dragons Live Forever

Form 6 put on a really fun, lively and colourful performance of Dragons Live Forever last week.  It was great to see how much the children enjoyed themselves and their confidence on stage was impressive, especially with the wonderful songs.


The Drama Club put on a great performance of Camelot last week.  The sword was stuck in a stone and, in this version, only Merlin’s magical powers could release the weapon to be used by dashing knight Sir Lancelot to

P3 Roman Helmets

To fit in with their Roman topic this term, the P3s have made Roman Helmets in Art.

Eco Club

I am delighted to say that the Eco Club have raised £299.77 with our Recycle Sale for The Art Room Charity!   Many thanks for all of the help with donations, running it, tidying up and buying all those essential

Dandylion’s Netball

Well done to the Dandylion netball girls who took part in 2 very exciting matches this afternoon at Kilgraston.  The A team played first in what turned out to be one of the closest matches of netball I have ever

Cargilfield in National Maths Final

For the third year in a row a team of 4 pupils from Cargilfield will be competing against teams from across the United Kingdom for this year’s UK Team Maths Challenge trophy.  The team finished in first place at the

Coding at Cargilfield

We have just had a term of exciting ICT lessons and clubs at Cargilfield.  The children have continued to be introduced to the world of computer code in lessons: Form 5 children have been using the fantastic website, ,

U10 v Craigclowan

We played two matches against Craigclowan in Perth. The U10A team were up first and the boys began attacking from the start. Frankie showed some silky skills by dribbling past a few players but was crowded out and couldn’t quite

U12 v George Watsons

With 5 of our strongest players away at Millfield to compete in the National Hockey Finals, we took a more inexperienced team over to play a friendly and competitive match at George Watsons.  We could only play 8 a-side and