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P1 have been enjoying the artwork of Andy Goldsworthy, who creates his work outdoors from natural materials. We set off for Cammo Woods to explore and to collect natural items that we could use to create our own Forest Art. Some worked in groups, some individually, but all made beautiful pieces of environmental art.

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Rosie Cata Allegra heart face

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Rosie Cata Allegra heart face

Daniel John Tobias web

Hayley and Luca hug

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We really hope you enjoy this week's mini concert which contains some wonderful performances, with a number of our older and more experienced musicians playing. It is always nice to hear them perform and show just what is possible if you persevere, keep practising hard and keep enjoying making music! As ever, a big thank you to our talented team of music teachers who work so hard preparing and motivating the children, and if anyone would like to play in next week's concert, please get in touch with Dr Allsop!

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1stXI 143-7

St Mary's 44 all out

Won by 99 runs

It was probably the nicest day of the term weather wise and proper cricket weather for once as we welcomed our friends from down in Melrose up to Barnton.  It has been rather frustrating so far this season, with far too many one sided games which is not great for anybody: the batters get in to bad habits, the fielding can lose some intensity and the bowlers know that a bad ball will not be punished, and to improve, players need to be challenged, to push themselves and to battle it out against the best.  That is not to denigrate the opposition at all, but we always want to get better, or should do, and in all our matches so far we have not been put under real pressure, where every mistake is punished and the opposition test you skills and resolve.  That is what sport is all about for me, seeing how players react under pressure and whether they step up to the plate.

James won the toss this week and batting first, we talked about the importance of a good start, of not trying to do too much too early and definitely not to throw our wicket away trying to play the big shot too early.  The fact we were 45-5 in the 8th over perhaps shows that that advice went out the window in a bid to capitalise on some wayward bowling. James had a good start, then tried one big shot too many and spooned it to point, poor Cody was unluckily run out backing up, Charles hit on in the air straight to cover and Charlie did not move his feet and played across the line and Felix played down the wrong line.

We were in some trouble, but in a team, every single player is important and so in came Milo and today, he really did step up to the plate and played an outstanding innings in what were pretty difficult circumstances.  He has worked so hard at his cricket since the start of September, and from pretty much a beginner, he has really knuckled down and show what is possible with hard work and determination to improve.  He scored 62no today and it was a high class innings full of powerful stroke play but he was also watchful in defence and took on board the maxim of playing each ball on its merit, and push for single once you have scored a boundary or two to refocus and then go again.  He was kept company by Xander and Alexander who both had a turn lower in the order this week, and we ended up on 143 after our allotted 20 overs.  A very good total given the poor start to the innings.  I hope one or two will learn from these, see how Milo played and apply themselves a bit more next week.

In reply, St Mary's very quickly subsided to 15-9 in the 11th over and the game was done and dusted.  Xander bowled a very good four over spell, ripping out their top order bowling very full and swinging the ball late, Alexander grabbed a couple although found it harder bowling up hill and in to a cross wind, and it was left to James to mop up the tail with 3 wickets, bowling his excellent leg breaks.  Their were a couple of good run outs and catches, and although they put on 30 for the final wicket, it was all over and another very comfortable win.

So well played again today, boys, but definitely a few lessons to take away for next week by the top order.  Whatever the bowling, shot selection, patience and waiting for the bad ball are so important, something that Milo showed in bucketloads today.

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St Mary's 44 all out

Won by 99 runs

It was probably the nicest day of the term weather wise and proper cricket weather for once as we welcomed our friends from down in Melrose up to Barnton.  It has been rather frustrating so far this season, with far too many one sided games which is not great for anybody: the batters get in to bad habits, the fielding can lose some intensity and the bowlers know that a bad ball will not be punished, and to improve, players need to be challenged, to push themselves and to battle it out against the best.  That is not to denigrate the opposition at all, but we always want to get better, or should do, and in all our matches so far we have not been put under real pressure, where every mistake is punished and the opposition test you skills and resolve.  That is what sport is all about for me, seeing how players react under pressure and whether they step up to the plate.

James won the toss this week and batting first, we talked about the importance of a good start, of not trying to do too much too early and definitely not to throw our wicket away trying to play the big shot too early.  The fact we were 45-5 in the 8th over perhaps shows that that advice went out the window in a bid to capitalise on some wayward bowling. James had a good start, then tried one big shot too many and spooned it to point, poor Cody was unluckily run out backing up, Charles hit on in the air straight to cover and Charlie did not move his feet and played across the line and Felix played down the wrong line.

We were in some trouble, but in a team, every single player is important and so in came Milo and today, he really did step up to the plate and played an outstanding innings in what were pretty difficult circumstances.  He has worked so hard at his cricket since the start of September, and from pretty much a beginner, he has really knuckled down and show what is possible with hard work and determination to improve.  He scored 62no today and it was a high class innings full of powerful stroke play but he was also watchful in defence and took on board the maxim of playing each ball on its merit, and push for single once you have scored a boundary or two to refocus and then go again.  He was kept company by Xander and Alexander who both had a turn lower in the order this week, and we ended up on 143 after our allotted 20 overs.  A very good total given the poor start to the innings.  I hope one or two will learn from these, see how Milo played and apply themselves a bit more next week.

In reply, St Mary's very quickly subsided to 15-9 in the 11th over and the game was done and dusted.  Xander bowled a very good four over spell, ripping out their top order bowling very full and swinging the ball late, Alexander grabbed a couple although found it harder bowling up hill and in to a cross wind, and it was left to James to mop up the tail with 3 wickets, bowling his excellent leg breaks.  Their were a couple of good run outs and catches, and although they put on 30 for the final wicket, it was all over and another very comfortable win.

So well played again today, boys, but definitely a few lessons to take away for next week by the top order.  Whatever the bowling, shot selection, patience and waiting for the bad ball are so important, something that Milo showed in bucketloads today.

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2nd XI Cricket vs St Mary’s

Won By 63 runs

What a day it was for a game of cricket. The sun was shinning and the boys were very keen to get out in the middle and play. We won the toss and elected to bat. After a slow but steady start to the game we eventually started to see the ball a bit better and started scoring more freely. We had a good opening partnership of 53 by Thabo N and Cameron G. After losing a couple of wickets Chay came in and steadied the ship with a great knock of 52 not out. Securing his half century on the final ball of the innings. We ended up with a very respectful total of 146/4 after our 20 overs.

After tea we came out strong and had St Mary’s 2 down in the first over thanks top Arthur C. Unfortunately to took our feet off the gas and got a little complacent in the field and with our bowling giving away 39 extras. So, there is definitely an area we need to work on.

We could not take the last couple of wickets and were able to keep St Mary’s to 83/8 off our 20 overs. Well done on a very good win!!

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2nd XI Cricket vs St Mary’s

Won By 63 runs

What a day it was for a game of cricket. The sun was shinning and the boys were very keen to get out in the middle and play. We won the toss and elected to bat. After a slow but steady start to the game we eventually started to see the ball a bit better and started scoring more freely. We had a good opening partnership of 53 by Thabo N and Cameron G. After losing a couple of wickets Chay came in and steadied the ship with a great knock of 52 not out. Securing his half century on the final ball of the innings. We ended up with a very respectful total of 146/4 after our 20 overs.

After tea we came out strong and had St Mary’s 2 down in the first over thanks top Arthur C. Unfortunately to took our feet off the gas and got a little complacent in the field and with our bowling giving away 39 extras. So, there is definitely an area we need to work on.

We could not take the last couple of wickets and were able to keep St Mary’s to 83/8 off our 20 overs. Well done on a very good win!!

2nd Team vs St Mary's

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What a lovely afternoon we had down at St. Mary’s in Melrose. The sun was shining and it was a perfect day for an U9/U10 game of Rounders.

The team, made up of; Florence, Lily, Clara B, Alice, Glory, Clara H, Lucia and Praise, were first up to bat. The match started with a fantastic rounder from Florence and throughout the match, Praise scored another. There were some half rounders scored by Alice, Clara H and Praise, but St Mary’s fielding was strong and they managed to get a couple of our girls out at 4th base.

Clara was a fantastic bowler for Cargilfield and worked really well alongside Glory and Florence, who both played backstop.

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The team, made up of; Florence, Lily, Clara B, Alice, Glory, Clara H, Lucia and Praise, were first up to bat. The match started with a fantastic rounder from Florence and throughout the match, Praise scored another. There were some half rounders scored by Alice, Clara H and Praise, but St Mary’s fielding was strong and they managed to get a couple of our girls out at 4th base.

Clara was a fantastic bowler for Cargilfield and worked really well alongside Glory and Florence, who both played backstop.

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Well done, everyone!

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Under 11 B v St .Mary’s. Cricket

The Under 11 B squad travelled to St Mary’s and enjoyed a close and very exciting game.

Captain Theo won the toss and opted to field. As well as some fine bowling from the whole team Toby took an excellent catch and both Leo and James S ran out one of the opposition ‘s batsmen. This enabled Cargilfield to keep St Mary’s score down to 54 from their 16 overs.

Cargilfield’s response started well as James S & Toby scored 23 runs from their four overs but was halted as James M & Honour struggled a little with their running between the wickets. A fine innings from Arthur, where he scored 7 fours, took the score to 46 with four overs remaining. Unfortunately, Leo & Theo were unable to get the team across the winning line as with just one ball left they needed two runs to win but were unable to put bat on ball. This meant that St. Mary’s ran out winners by just one run.

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Under 11 B v St .Mary’s. Cricket

The Under 11 B squad travelled to St Mary’s and enjoyed a close and very exciting game.

Captain Theo won the toss and opted to field. As well as some fine bowling from the whole team Toby took an excellent catch and both Leo and James S ran out one of the opposition ‘s batsmen. This enabled Cargilfield to keep St Mary’s score down to 54 from their 16 overs.

Cargilfield’s response started well as James S & Toby scored 23 runs from their four overs but was halted as James M & Honour struggled a little with their running between the wickets. A fine innings from Arthur, where he scored 7 fours, took the score to 46 with four overs remaining. Unfortunately, Leo & Theo were unable to get the team across the winning line as with just one ball left they needed two runs to win but were unable to put bat on ball. This meant that St. Mary’s ran out winners by just one run.

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U9 Rounders v St Mary’s

Lost 20½- 8½

The Under 9 A team took on St Mary’s down in sunny Melrose. Lotte our captain elected to field first. Isla bowled well and managed to give away no half rounders for no balls. St Mary’s were very strong batters however and they scored nine rounders in the first innings off good hits with only a few due to inaccurate fielding. Livia and Helena worked well as a second post backstop combination but some of the other fielders needed to be more alert. Helena took a great catch from a backwards hit.

When Cargilfield went into bat St Mary’s quickly showed their greater experience and fielding ability. Several of our girls were run out following super-fast passes to second and some lack of care in looking ahead. Jemima did well scoring 2 rounders but St Mary’s managed to get all of the girls out at 17 balls. We missed out on 13 balls. We decided to play 20 good balls for the second innings and went in determined to field more tightly. We did manage better initially but then St Mary’s starting hitting the balls far and into the nettles. They scored a further 9½.

We knew what we had to do in our final innings but it was an uphill struggle. Livia was our standout player scoring a total of 4 runs. She even had to battle on her own as the last man standing. We did manage a further 6½ rounders but it was not to be. We were well beaten by a stronger team. We did well to keep on trying and we can be proud of our score and our attitude. Well-tried girls!

Final score Cargilfield 12½ St Mary’s 20½

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Lost 20½- 8½

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Final score Cargilfield 12½ St Mary’s 20½

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Won by 30 runs

The sun was shining as the boys travelled across to the Inverleith playing fields for a soft ball, pairs match against Stewart’s Melville.

Having won the toss, Rafa elected to field first and put the hosts in to bat. The innings provided some interest, mostly provided by a steady cross-wind, which had a strong influence on the lightweight ball and no doubt contributed to the sizeable tally of wides which both teams accumulated over the course of their innings. Alexander L had a fantastic second over, claiming two wickets for the side, one of which was a commendable catch by Oliver. The boys worked hard in the field and managed to significantly restrict the number of times the batsmen could cross.

When their turn to bat arrived, the boys had a large total of 133 runs to chase down, but they were not fazed and set about their business competently. All of the pairs contributed in excess of 20 runs for the side, and Rafa and Oliver managed a total of 36 for their four overs, seeing the match through to a win by 30 runs.

Well done to all the boys for a fine effort and great sportsmanship.

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Well done to all the boys for a fine effort and great sportsmanship.

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U9 Boys Cricket v St Mary’s

On a warm, sunny afternoon, we welcome our pals from Melrose and enjoyed a fine game of softball cricket.

The Melrose captain won the toss and chose to field first. Our boys did us proud with the bat, scoring runs when they were available and hitting some terrific shots. Best innings to William and Teddy whose calling and running between the wickets was brilliant. Shots of the day went to Jaime, who smashed a bunch of boundaries from his overs. In the end we scored 82 runs.

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Well played, boys.

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When we went in to field, the organisation and energy in the field was impressive. We bowled very accurately and our fielding was sharp. Johnny took a wonderful catch and there were some super runouts, notably from Wilf and Seb. In the end, our boys managed to restrict the St Mary’s batters to 34 runs.

Well played, boys.

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Welcome to Cargilfield! We hope this short film gives you a glimpse of what life is like for the girls and boys at our school. We would love to welcome you in person to tour Cargilfield and explain more fully exactly what makes a Cargilfield education so special and so different. Please get in touch with Fiona Craig, our Registrar if you would like to find out more; her email address is [email protected] or you can telephone her on 0131 336 2207.

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