Archive News, March 2017

Archive News for March 2017


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Boarding Weekends Summer 2017

  Please find below the list of Boarding Weekends for the Summer Term 2017.   summer-term-2017-boarding-weekend-programme

Ready, Steady, Cook!

  What a great afternoon P2 and 3 enjoyed from Chef Dave from Chartwells Independent catering today. After learning all… Posted by Cargilfield School on Thursday, 23 March 2017

U11A Netball v Belhaven

  U11A Netball V Belhaven 8-4 win It was a very soggy game! The girls played incredibly well considering the pouring rain and occasional sleet. It was also extremely cold, which meant catching the ball was really hard. The girls

U11A Hockey v Strathallan

  On a rather cold spring afternoon, the boys travelled up to play Strathallan for the second time, in what would be a hostile environment. Cargilfield were keen to win this match and achieve an unbeaten season. We dominated possession

U9 Netball v Belhaven

Two teams set off with their stand in coach, Mr Murdoch, for a trip to Belhaven.  Looking at the weather when we arrived, the girls (and coach/driver) were glad they were playing in the Belhaven sports hall! Our A team

Concert at Rosslyn Chapel

        What a wonderful evening's entertainment we all had last night listening to some poems and songs in the magnificent… Posted by Cargilfield School on Wednesday, 22 March 2017   This term, there has been a lot of

U10 Rugby v George Watson’s College

  George Watson’s College sent a team across to play our Under 10s in the last rugby fixture of the year. The game got off to nervy start with both teams knocking the ball on a number of times in

2nd Netball v Belhaven

  It was a bitterly cold afternoon and we were anxious to get started. Belhaven won the centre pass but we quickly took possession and scored. Iris and Chilli worked well in defence so although Belhaven had some talented players

1st Netball v Belhaven

  The girls played in their final match this term against Belhaven at Cargilfield. We started well, stringing good passes together and generally moving the ball accurately. Rosie scored first and it looked like it was going to be a

U9 Rugby v The Compass School

  U9 Rugby v The Compass School   We had two teams of U9 boys eager to do battle one last time this year in what was their final rugby match of the season. I know that Mr Pike has