Archive News, February 2017

Archive News for February 2017

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Boarding Weekend – 25/26 February

    Any weekend that involves Scotland winning a rugby game is a good one, and as well as watching the Scotland team triumph at Murrayfield, this was a very successful weekend all round. As the only “All In” weekend

Computer Science Fun!

In the latest Computer Science lessons, the children have been learning about how computers sort data using a ‘Sorting Network’. Working as a team the children had to pair up in each comparison box on the sorting mat and then

P2 visit Royal Observatory

P2S had a great morning @RoyalObs, learning all about #space #telescopes #rockets and life onboard the @Space_Station. Lots of #learning! pic.twitter.com/uEdOwFyJY9 — Cargilfield School (@cargilfield) February 27, 2017   This week P2 have been on a visit to the Royal

Rory a Mascot for Scotland Rugby Team!

  Rory had a day to remember as one of the team mascots for the Scottish Rugby team today before their match against Wales at Murrayfield. What a day and what a result! He must have brought them good luck! He is

Kilgraston Strings Day

  A number of our talented junior string players headed up to Kilgraston School on Friday for a Strings Day along with children from a number of other junior and Prep schools for a wonderful day of music making. All the children

Trip to Murrayfield!

We have arrived @MurrayfieldExp to support @Scotlandteam v Wales today @SixNationsRugby #SCOvWAL #iloveboarding @BSAboarding pic.twitter.com/y2edhThg0e — Cargilfield School (@cargilfield) February 25, 2017   The boarders had a fantastic trip to Murrayfield Stadium on Saturday afternoon to watch Scottish Rugby play Wales in the latest

P1 test waterproofing!

  In Primary 1 we have been learning about winter clothes and how important it is to dress for the weather! We have learnt about the Inuit and how they use the skins of the animals they hunt to make

Form 8 to Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night

  Ten years ago, Mark Haddon’s famous and compelling story of Christopher, an autistic fifteen year old boy, who tries to solve the ‘crime’ of a neighbour’s dog killed with a garden fork, hit the bookshelves, and I well remember

U9 Hockey v Loretto

Given we played Loretto earlier in the term in our sports hall and won, I saw this as an opportunity some of the B team players to have a go in the A team.  This was  a new experience for us playing

P2 play African Drums!

  P2 watched the video ‘Foli’ today which shows how a Djembe is made whilst at the same time demonstrating how ‘there is no movement without rhythm’. We really enjoyed our first goes on the new set of Djembe drums