Archive News, September 2016

Archive News for September 2016

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Musicians play with Royal Marine Band

  The massed band of the #RoyalMarines @StrathallanSch @strath_sport and @cargilfield yesterday. A great day of #music making! #performance pic.twitter.com/tdWjgNjVrZ — Cargilfield School (@cargilfield) September 29, 2016   What a privilege it was for some of our musicians to be

1stXV v Dollar Academy

  An encouraging performance in many ways against another strong Dollar outfit this afternoon. Without our joint captains – Graham at a music master class at Strathallan, and Henry resting his knee for the sevens on Sunday – we were

U11B Rugby v Dollar Academy

  Our Under-11 teams crossed over to Clackmannanshire to play against Dollar, one of our annual fixtures. The B team were up to the challenge and went out strong and committed.   The first job was to gain possession, which

U9A, B and C Hockey v St Mary’s, Melrose

  The Under 9s were very excited to be playing their first away fixture. They coped very well with the different pitch, longer and outside, and the strange rectangular D!   The A team match was a very close affair

U11C Hockey v St Mary’s, Melrose

  0-4 (to St Mary’s)   Despite having Caitlin in goals, as we only had 7 players and St Mary’s had 8 players, we sadly lost. The first half of our game was a learning curve. We needed to spread

U10B/U9 Rugby v Merchiston

  Cargilfield took on Merchiston in the third fixture of the season. As this was a mixed U10 and U9 match, the boys were not necessarily used to playing with each other, which could have hampered either team. It was

U11A Rugby v Dollar

It was a misty and murky afternoon at Dollar today.  The ball was the less slippy than a bar of soap but obviously it was the same for both teams!  We seemed to have more handling errors than our opposition

FOC MacMillan Coffee Morning

  On Friday 30th September, the Friends of Cargilfield will be hosting a coffee morning in aid of MacMillan.  Details below:   8.30am – Upper School Library (coffee & tea served), baking for sale 3-4.30pm – Pre Prep, baking only

Nursery Mud Kitchen!

  The nursery had great fun outside in the rain this week, making their very own mud kitchen!   Nursery having fun in their Mud Kitchen this week. Looks delicious! #outdoors #learning #teamwork #fun @SchoolGuideEdin @NurseryGuideEdi pic.twitter.com/0GX2Hrmjie — Cargilfield School

Chapel: Jonathan Lidiard, Sedbergh

  It was a delight to welcome Jonathan Lidiard to Cargilfield this morning to preach in Chapel.  Mr Lidiard is Housemaster of Evans House at Sedbergh School, and he spoke passionately about how to find real happiness: what makes us