Archive News, May 2015

Archive News for May 2015


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Headmaster’s letter

Please find the Headmaster’s half-term letter below. Half-term letter May 2015

3rd XI v Fettes

The 3rd XI cricket squad put up a spirited fight against a strong Fettes squad but ultimately found their bowling attack a little too hot to handle. Alex Milne opened the batting in a confident manner and scored two excellent

2nd Rounders V Belhaven

Finally a sunny and warm day for our third consecutive fixture with Belhaven!  We won the toss and Flossie our captain chose to field first. It is fair to say that our fielding was improving week on week. Flossie in

3rd Rounders v Belhaven

The 3rd team played Belhaven today in what turned out to be a fun match.  Despite the final score, the match was fairly even throughout and the girls played well.  We only scored one rounder (Gabriela) in the first batting

1st Rounders v Belhaven

We knew that the match today was going to be a close one as we played Belhaven last week, and won narrowly.  We batted first and as usual, relied on a few people to score rounders, rather than all members

Expedition to the Treehouse!

As a finale to our Scottish Explorers topic, Primary 1 went on an expedition to the tree-house at the far end of the playing fields.  We talked about animal tracking and how many explorers used tracking to help them find

1stXI Cricket Colours

Many congratulations to James Y on being awarded his 1stXI cricket colours cap.  James is vice captain of this year’s side and has been one of the key bowlers both this year and last year, taking a number of important

Scottish Explorer Presentations

Primary 1 have been working hard in co-operative learning groups to create their own poster about one of the three Scottish explorers they  have been learning about.  The children had to create their own posters, using all the information which they have

1stXI beat Fettes by 8 wickets

1stXI beat Fettes by 8 wickets   Fettes 125 for 8 (J Young 5-1-16-4) Cargilfield 128 for 2 (F Stanistreet 57no)   What a treat it was to play on Fettes’ lovely 1stXI square in front of the famous old

U11A Cricket v Fettes

On a fine pitch with sweeping views over the castle and Arthur’s Seat, we enjoyed an excellent game of Cricket today against good opponents and in good conditions. We lost the toss, for the fifth game in a row, and