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8L and 8M enjoyed two lovely mornings down on the River Almond this week to investigate erosion and disposition on a meander as part of their Common Entrance Geography work. Having made some floats beforehand, they were able to measure water speed and managed to take lots of useful readings which will prove useful when they write up their fieldwork enquiry which is then submitted to their senior schools. It was great to be out in the fresh air and doing some outdoor learning!

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8L and 8M enjoyed two lovely mornings down on the River Almond this week to investigate erosion and disposition on a meander as part of their Common Entrance Geography work. Having made some floats beforehand, they were able to measure water speed and managed to take lots of useful readings which will prove useful when they write up their fieldwork enquiry which is then submitted to their senior schools. It was great to be out in the fresh air and doing some outdoor learning!

Read more here.

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After finding lots of worms in the mud pit, the Nursery children have decided to extend their learning by creating their very own wormery. They used sand and soil from different locations in the school and managed to find lots of worms to put inside. They’re now going to observe the worms over the next few weeks and see what happens under the ground. 

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After finding lots of worms in the mud pit, the Nursery children have decided to extend their learning by creating their very own wormery. They used sand and soil from different locations in the school and managed to find lots of worms to put inside. They’re now going to observe the worms over the next few weeks and see what happens under the ground. 

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After finding lots of worms in the mud pit, the Nursery children have decided to extend their learning by creating their very own wormery. They used sand and soil from different locations in the school and managed to find lots of worms to put inside. They’re now going to observe the worms over the next few weeks and see what happens under the ground. 

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After finding lots of worms in the mud pit, the Nursery children have decided to extend their learning by creating their very own wormery. They used sand and soil from different locations in the school and managed to find lots of worms to put inside. They’re now going to observe the worms over the next few weeks and see what happens under the ground. 

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51 years ago today, one of the most famous moments of the Ryder Cup took place between Jack Nicklaus, the best golfer in the world, and Britain’s, Tony Jacklin in 1969 at Royal Birkdale. The Ryder Cup is one of the fiercest competitions in golf, and yet despite this, important sporting values that we hold dear still remain even in the heat of battle. In the deciding singles match, between Nicklaus and Jacklin, the scores were tied going down the 18th and final hole, with the destiny of the Ryder Cup in their hands. Nicklaus holed out, and yet with Jacklin left with a short three foot putt to halve the match and so tie the Ryder Cup, Jack Nicklaus conceded the putt and so saved Jacklin the pressure of having to hole it. “ I don't think you would have missed that putt, but I didn't want to give you the chance”, Nicklaus is reported to have said to Jacklin.This gesture by Nicklaus has been hailed as one of the greatest moment of sportsmanship in sport. The result is not as important as how you play the game, as this is what will be remembered: how you make them feel, not what you achieved. “If you can meet triumph and disaster and treat those two imposters just the same, you’ll be a man, my son”, as Kipling aptly put it.

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51 years ago today, one of the most famous moments of the Ryder Cup took place between Jack Nicklaus, the best golfer in the world, and Britain’s, Tony Jacklin in 1969 at Royal Birkdale. The Ryder Cup is one of the fiercest competitions in golf, and yet despite this, important sporting values that we hold dear still remain even in the heat of battle. In the deciding singles match, between Nicklaus and Jacklin, the scores were tied going down the 18th and final hole, with the destiny of the Ryder Cup in their hands. Nicklaus holed out, and yet with Jacklin left with a short three foot putt to halve the match and so tie the Ryder Cup, Jack Nicklaus conceded the putt and so saved Jacklin the pressure of having to hole it. “ I don't think you would have missed that putt, but I didn't want to give you the chance”, Nicklaus is reported to have said to Jacklin.This gesture by Nicklaus has been hailed as one of the greatest moment of sportsmanship in sport. The result is not as important as how you play the game, as this is what will be remembered: how you make them feel, not what you achieved. “If you can meet triumph and disaster and treat those two imposters just the same, you’ll be a man, my son”, as Kipling aptly put it.

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After making pretend pizzas in the garden the Nursery children decided to create a pizza parlour in the Nursery home corner. They have been using their mark making skills to take orders and the chip and pin machine and the till to support them with their number and coin recognition. As a special treat they had a Toni Macaroni delivery for their Friday afternoon snack. Mamma Mia, it was deliziosa!

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After making pretend pizzas in the garden the Nursery children decided to create a pizza parlour in the Nursery home corner. They have been using their mark making skills to take orders and the chip and pin machine and the till to support them with their number and coin recognition. As a special treat they had a Toni Macaroni delivery for their Friday afternoon snack. Mamma Mia, it was deliziosa!

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Logie Bruce-Lockhart died last week aged 98, and not only was he the oldest surviving Scotland cap (he won 5 caps between 1948 and 1953 at fly half), but he was also the oldest living rugby internationalist in the World. He was a boy at Cargilfield before moving on to Sedbergh in 1935 when his father, John, who was Headmaster at Cargilfield, was appointed Headmaster at Sedbergh.  He was a true polymath and Renaissance Man: he was one of the first soldiers who liberated Belsen concentration camp during WW2, before later going on to become a great reforming Headmaster of Greshams School in Norfolk for 27 years, until his retirement in 1982.  He was a prolific writer, and regularly wrote lengthy letters to Cargilfield giving his views on education and many other matters!

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Logie Bruce-Lockhart died last week aged 98, and not only was he the oldest surviving Scotland cap (he won 5 caps between 1948 and 1953 at fly half), but he was also the oldest living rugby internationalist in the World. He was a boy at Cargilfield before moving on to Sedbergh in 1935 when his father, John, who was Headmaster at Cargilfield, was appointed Headmaster at Sedbergh.  He was a true polymath and Renaissance Man: he was one of the first soldiers who liberated Belsen concentration camp during WW2, before later going on to become a great reforming Headmaster of Greshams School in Norfolk for 27 years, until his retirement in 1982.  He was a prolific writer, and regularly wrote lengthy letters to Cargilfield giving his views on education and many other matters!

Read more here and here.

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A warm welcome to all those children to who started at Cargilfield this term! They have all settled in remarkably well given the new and different routines we are all having to follow at the moment, and we wish them the best of luck as they begin their new adventures at Cargilfield!

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A warm welcome to all those children to who started at Cargilfield this term! They have all settled in remarkably well given the new and different routines we are all having to follow at the moment, and we wish them the best of luck as they begin their new adventures at Cargilfield!

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What a fantastic cricket session the senior girls and boys enjoyed today as we welcomed Stevie Gilmour from Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh and Carlton Cricket Club to our Wednesday morning games session. Lots of great coaching advice and we look forward to his weekly visits through until half term!

Due to Government restrictions, we are playing a mixture of summer and winter sports at the start of term and it is wonderful to see the children outside and enjoying their cricket! The lovely mild weather has certainly helped too!


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What a fantastic cricket session the senior girls and boys enjoyed today as we welcomed Stevie Gilmour from Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh and Carlton Cricket Club to our Wednesday morning games session. Lots of great coaching advice and we look forward to his weekly visits through until half term!

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Open Morning Events

We welcome you to join in with our Open Morning events running on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd October both virtually and hopefully onsite. Please register your interest here: https://cargilfield.com/open-morning

For now, we hope that this video, presented by our Headmaster, Mr Rob Taylor, will give you a flavour of what life is like here at Cargilfield. Our website and social media channels are kept up to date and hold a wealth of information about our school.

Our Registrar, Fiona Craig is available to contact via email: registrar@cargilfield.com and she will be happy to help you.

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