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Well done to Form 8 for coping so well with sitting their first day’s Common Entrance papers at home today. It has been a rite of passage for Prep School children since 1904, but it has been a little bit different in 2020 with exams being sat at home rather than in school!

Some fantastic exam signage too, I think!

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Well done to Form 8 for coping so well with sitting their first day’s Common Entrance papers at home today. It has been a rite of passage for Prep School children since 1904, but it has been a little bit different in 2020 with exams being sat at home rather than in school!

Some fantastic exam signage too, I think!

Read more here.


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We hope all Cargilfield families have enjoyed their half term break and the lovely warm weather!

Form 8 are finishing their final preparations before they take their Common Entrance exams which begin on Tuesday. It is an exam that started in 1904, providing prep school children with a rigorous entrance exam to independent senior schools at 13+.

They have all worked incredibly hard and despite the difficult circumstances they find themselves in at the moment, they are keen to sit their final exams as countless generations of Cargilfield children have done before, albeit this time at home.

The papers have all been packed up and will be hand delivered to families over the weekend!

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We hope all Cargilfield families have enjoyed their half term break and the lovely warm weather!

Form 8 are finishing their final preparations before they take their Common Entrance exams which begin on Tuesday. It is an exam that started in 1904, providing prep school children with a rigorous entrance exam to independent senior schools at 13+.

They have all worked incredibly hard and despite the difficult circumstances they find themselves in at the moment, they are keen to sit their final exams as countless generations of Cargilfield children have done before, albeit this time at home.

The papers have all been packed up and will be hand delivered to families over the weekend!

#cargilfieldconnected

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Very many congratulations to Sophie on being awarded an academic scholarship to Oundle School! She has worked incredibly hard for many years, and her success is richly deserved.

This is in addition to the sports scholarship which she won earlier in the year.

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Very many congratulations to Sophie on being awarded an academic scholarship to Oundle School! She has worked incredibly hard for many years, and her success is richly deserved.

This is in addition to the sports scholarship which she won earlier in the year.

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The phrase is enough to make a lot of feel just slightly uneasy. I thought it might be interesting to put some of my thoughts down on paper. 

When we entered this uncertain world in March we didn’t have a clear road map of where we were going with this. Nobody did. It has been great though to have such a resourceful group of staff and governors as we have started to edge our way through it. As you will know a tremendous amount of work has gone into getting this all up and running. One thing that I have really noticed is how helpful everyone has been. Back at school it is all to easy to get stuck in your own wee bubble and do what you always do. This has forced me to engage with people and ask for help, something we expect our children to do but perhaps we are not very good at ourselves.

Coming back to school after Easter, I think we were all a bit anxious. I was terrified. However, one thing that has been noticeable has been the enthusiasm and the resilience of our children. The younger ones in particular have adapted very quickly to all that this strange and constantly changing system has asked of them. Initial hiccups with technology seem largely to have been ironed out and we seem to be in a fairly stable routine.

The Form 8’s have for the most part stuck in. It will be interesting to see how remote CE goes next month but most of them are taking a careful and hardworking attitude to their preparation. This will have been very good practise for the situation that a lot of them will face at their senior school where much more studying is done online in this way.

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 I have been reading about the way that different children have adapted to these tasks and certainly can see some of this in our children. In some, it brings out the best of them. Others find it more challenging. Often those children who get their energy from being in the classroom with their friends and feed off classroom discussion to stimulate their ideas are finding this hard. Hats off to some of my colleagues who have taught music lessons remotely or set maths challenges using paired and group working or conducted remote science experiments.  It is difficult to keep up the classroom feel when you are teaching online but it is something we have tried to do as far as we are able. Conversely, some children who find a noisy classroom a distraction have very much enjoyed the process of organising their own work and working largely to their own timetable. Some of them have definitely thrived which was not something I had expected.

The key here has been for us to engage with the children and parents themselves and keep communication going. This can be difficult. On occasion my heart has sunk a little bit when I think I have prepared something amazing and I am faced with a row of icons on mute.

 However, there have been some lessons for us all. Support and cooperation from my colleagues has been a high point. Learning to be flexible and being more aware of the needs of all our learners and working closely with their families, has been key. Overall, is far more important they our children come out of this in a confident and secure place emotionally than that they hand in that history essay.

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The phrase is enough to make a lot of feel just slightly uneasy. I thought it might be interesting to put some of my thoughts down on paper. 

When we entered this uncertain world in March we didn’t have a clear road map of where we were going with this. Nobody did. It has been great though to have such a resourceful group of staff and governors as we have started to edge our way through it. As you will know a tremendous amount of work has gone into getting this all up and running. One thing that I have really noticed is how helpful everyone has been. Back at school it is all to easy to get stuck in your own wee bubble and do what you always do. This has forced me to engage with people and ask for help, something we expect our children to do but perhaps we are not very good at ourselves.

Coming back to school after Easter, I think we were all a bit anxious. I was terrified. However, one thing that has been noticeable has been the enthusiasm and the resilience of our children. The younger ones in particular have adapted very quickly to all that this strange and constantly changing system has asked of them. Initial hiccups with technology seem largely to have been ironed out and we seem to be in a fairly stable routine.

The Form 8’s have for the most part stuck in. It will be interesting to see how remote CE goes next month but most of them are taking a careful and hardworking attitude to their preparation. This will have been very good practise for the situation that a lot of them will face at their senior school where much more studying is done online in this way.

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 I have been reading about the way that different children have adapted to these tasks and certainly can see some of this in our children. In some, it brings out the best of them. Others find it more challenging. Often those children who get their energy from being in the classroom with their friends and feed off classroom discussion to stimulate their ideas are finding this hard. Hats off to some of my colleagues who have taught music lessons remotely or set maths challenges using paired and group working or conducted remote science experiments.  It is difficult to keep up the classroom feel when you are teaching online but it is something we have tried to do as far as we are able. Conversely, some children who find a noisy classroom a distraction have very much enjoyed the process of organising their own work and working largely to their own timetable. Some of them have definitely thrived which was not something I had expected.

The key here has been for us to engage with the children and parents themselves and keep communication going. This can be difficult. On occasion my heart has sunk a little bit when I think I have prepared something amazing and I am faced with a row of icons on mute.

 However, there have been some lessons for us all. Support and cooperation from my colleagues has been a high point. Learning to be flexible and being more aware of the needs of all our learners and working closely with their families, has been key. Overall, is far more important they our children come out of this in a confident and secure place emotionally than that they hand in that history essay.

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The phrase is enough to make a lot of feel just slightly uneasy. I thought it might be interesting to put some of my thoughts down on paper. 

When we entered this uncertain world in March we didn’t have a clear road map of where we were going with this. Nobody did. It has been great though to have such a resourceful group of staff and governors as we have started to edge our way through it. As you will know a tremendous amount of work has gone into getting this all up and running. One thing that I have really noticed is how helpful everyone has been. Back at school it is all to easy to get stuck in your own wee bubble and do what you always do. This has forced me to engage with people and ask for help, something we expect our children to do but perhaps we are not very good at ourselves.

Coming back to school after Easter, I think we were all a bit anxious. I was terrified. However, one thing that has been noticeable has been the enthusiasm and the resilience of our children. The younger ones in particular have adapted very quickly to all that this strange and constantly changing system has asked of them. Initial hiccups with technology seem largely to have been ironed out and we seem to be in a fairly stable routine.

The Form 8’s have for the most part stuck in. It will be interesting to see how remote CE goes next month but most of them are taking a careful and hardworking attitude to their preparation. This will have been very good practise for the situation that a lot of them will face at their senior school where much more studying is done online in this way.

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 I have been reading about the way that different children have adapted to these tasks and certainly can see some of this in our children. In some, it brings out the best of them. Others find it more challenging. Often those children who get their energy from being in the classroom with their friends and feed off classroom discussion to stimulate their ideas are finding this hard. Hats off to some of my colleagues who have taught music lessons remotely or set maths challenges using paired and group working or conducted remote science experiments.  It is difficult to keep up the classroom feel when you are teaching online but it is something we have tried to do as far as we are able. Conversely, some children who find a noisy classroom a distraction have very much enjoyed the process of organising their own work and working largely to their own timetable. Some of them have definitely thrived which was not something I had expected.

The key here has been for us to engage with the children and parents themselves and keep communication going. This can be difficult. On occasion my heart has sunk a little bit when I think I have prepared something amazing and I am faced with a row of icons on mute.

 However, there have been some lessons for us all. Support and cooperation from my colleagues has been a high point. Learning to be flexible and being more aware of the needs of all our learners and working closely with their families, has been key. Overall, is far more important they our children come out of this in a confident and secure place emotionally than that they hand in that history essay.

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The phrase is enough to make a lot of feel just slightly uneasy. I thought it might be interesting to put some of my thoughts down on paper. 

When we entered this uncertain world in March we didn’t have a clear road map of where we were going with this. Nobody did. It has been great though to have such a resourceful group of staff and governors as we have started to edge our way through it. As you will know a tremendous amount of work has gone into getting this all up and running. One thing that I have really noticed is how helpful everyone has been. Back at school it is all to easy to get stuck in your own wee bubble and do what you always do. This has forced me to engage with people and ask for help, something we expect our children to do but perhaps we are not very good at ourselves.

Coming back to school after Easter, I think we were all a bit anxious. I was terrified. However, one thing that has been noticeable has been the enthusiasm and the resilience of our children. The younger ones in particular have adapted very quickly to all that this strange and constantly changing system has asked of them. Initial hiccups with technology seem largely to have been ironed out and we seem to be in a fairly stable routine.

The Form 8’s have for the most part stuck in. It will be interesting to see how remote CE goes next month but most of them are taking a careful and hardworking attitude to their preparation. This will have been very good practise for the situation that a lot of them will face at their senior school where much more studying is done online in this way.

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 I have been reading about the way that different children have adapted to these tasks and certainly can see some of this in our children. In some, it brings out the best of them. Others find it more challenging. Often those children who get their energy from being in the classroom with their friends and feed off classroom discussion to stimulate their ideas are finding this hard. Hats off to some of my colleagues who have taught music lessons remotely or set maths challenges using paired and group working or conducted remote science experiments.  It is difficult to keep up the classroom feel when you are teaching online but it is something we have tried to do as far as we are able. Conversely, some children who find a noisy classroom a distraction have very much enjoyed the process of organising their own work and working largely to their own timetable. Some of them have definitely thrived which was not something I had expected.

The key here has been for us to engage with the children and parents themselves and keep communication going. This can be difficult. On occasion my heart has sunk a little bit when I think I have prepared something amazing and I am faced with a row of icons on mute.

 However, there have been some lessons for us all. Support and cooperation from my colleagues has been a high point. Learning to be flexible and being more aware of the needs of all our learners and working closely with their families, has been key. Overall, is far more important they our children come out of this in a confident and secure place emotionally than that they hand in that history essay.

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Half Term has arrived! After five weeks of teaching and learning from home, we wish all Cargilfield children, parents and staff a lovely half term.

Well done on all that you have achieved, the new skills you have learned and the resilience and enthusiasm you have displayed.

Stay safe and see you soon.

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Half Term has arrived! After five weeks of teaching and learning from home, we wish all Cargilfield children, parents and staff a lovely half term.

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Stay safe and see you soon.

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The diggers are back! Great to see our four lane outdoor cricket facility being finished off with all weather bowling area. There will also be lighting to allow our thriving all year round cricket programme to cater for more of our girls and boys, in addition to our indoor lanes.

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We can’t welcome you to our grounds right now, but 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. We hope you enjoy it!

We have places available for 2020 entry in most year groups.

Our website and social media channels are updated everyday and contain a wealth of information about our school. 

We can answer questions via email or telephone but we especially like to chat face-to-face on a video call.

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

Watch the video here.

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We can’t welcome you to our grounds right now, but 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. We hope you enjoy it!

We have places available for 2020 entry in most year groups.

Our website and social media channels are updated everyday and contain a wealth of information about our school. 

We can answer questions via email or telephone but we especially like to chat face-to-face on a video call.

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

Watch the video here.

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This morning, we have the second in our series of concerts featuring performances from some of our former pupils. 

We are really grateful to all those who have taken the time to record something for us to share with wider Cargilfield community. 

We have Alexander (now at Cambridge University, formerly Glenalmond College), Graham (now at Harrow), Joshua (now at Strathallan School) and Flora, Edward, Fiona and Marcus (now at Fettes_College).

We hope you enjoy listening to some terrific music making!

Watch the concert here.

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This morning, we have the second in our series of concerts featuring performances from some of our former pupils. 

We are really grateful to all those who have taken the time to record something for us to share with wider Cargilfield community. 

We have Alexander (now at Cambridge University, formerly Glenalmond College), Graham (now at Harrow), Joshua (now at Strathallan School) and Flora, Edward, Fiona and Marcus (now at Fettes_College).

We hope you enjoy listening to some terrific music making!

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P2S have had a busy week at home with lots of engagement in their remote learning.

Well done, everyone!

The Craig family enjoying some weighing together

Wilf with his giraffe poster

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The Craig family enjoying some weighing together

Wilf with his giraffe poster

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We can’t welcome you to our grounds right now, but 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.

We have places available for 2020 entry in most year groups.

Our website and social media channels are being kept up to date and hold a wealth of information about our school. We hope these give you a flavour of what life is like here at Cargilfield.

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

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