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Thursday morning and, as usual, Dr Barr spoke to us all from Chapel, talking about when Jesus called his disciples to become fishers of men. Natasha also gave a lovely performance on her harp!

Watch the video here.

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Thursday morning and, as usual, Dr Barr spoke to us all from Chapel, talking about when Jesus called his disciples to become fishers of men. Natasha also gave a lovely performance on her harp!

Watch the video here.

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During this period of learning at home, it has been lovely to receive pictures of children helping at home and thinking of others within their local community.  Well done, everyone!

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During this period of learning at home, it has been lovely to receive pictures of children helping at home and thinking of others within their local community.  Well done, everyone!

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Week 2 and another busy day of remote learning at Cargilfield, and it wonderful to see children (and parents!) being so creative and embracing the many new learning experiences that are on offer. There are lots of good deeds being done, and also children learning how to grow things and how to use the washing machine - great to see! Well done, everyone.

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Read more here.

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As we begin Week 2 of our remote learning, the Headmaster takes time to think about the beginnings of the NHS and how much we have come to rely on their care, kindness and expertise at this time.

Click here to watch the video.

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As we begin Week 2 of our remote learning, the Headmaster takes time to think about the beginnings of the NHS and how much we have come to rely on their care, kindness and expertise at this time.

Click here to watch the video.

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At Cargilfield the children are introduced to French in Nursery. They have one lesson a week, lasting approximately twenty minutes. This means that we can have children learning French from the age of three. People are often surprised to hear this, but young children’s brains are very receptive at this stage and they learn without being aware of it, learning through play. I have had children who having being very quiet on beginning Nursery, speak their first word in my lesson, and in French!

The learning is based on what is happening round about them, although I do try to cover certain topics. For example, when we are learning about colours and clothes, I point to the children’s clothes and shoes. They now love to show me new shoes or other items of clothing as soon as they arrive, allowing further consolidation of the new learning. We often count animals on new sweatshirts or jumpers and recently we all counted the numbers of unicorns on a little girl’s dress! 

In the same way, when we have learned, “Comment ҫa va?”and its possible responses, “ҫa ne va pas”with its thumbs down symbol, quickly becomes a favourite. On starting a lesson, the children are very keen to show me a grazed knee or a scratch on their hand. This becomes an opportunity to learn some of the parts of the body. These sessions often end with a rendition of Têteépaules, genoux et pieds! 

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Of course, the children are too young to learn to read the French language but that does not mean they don’t enjoy looking at books in French. Just as in English, they are very quick to pick up the refrain. “J’ai toujours faim”, as said by the Hungry Caterpillar, is a good example of this.  This is a very useful story as we can go over colours, numbers, food, as well as learning the very useful “j’aime” and “je n’aime pas”, not forgetting metamorphosis! 

Our lessons also involve Pierre, my puppet, and a menagerie of other stuffed animals. It is fun to see the children using these soft toys to talk some basic French. We also have plenty of song and dance, which they love, and it always amazes me how quick they are to pick up little songs. They are expert copiers! Songs are also very useful for memory. They are plenty of children in the Upper School, who on hearing the word “anniversaire”, launch into the song, “Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?”!

In these strange times we are experiencing, our learning is taking different forms. However, learning though play and by following our natural curiosity continue to be very valid for the older boys and girls just as much as for the younger ones.  Working out why different designs of paper planes fly better than others is a good example of this. It is playing with physics! Allowing children to wonder about why things happen or how things work and supporting them in finding out the answers is an excellent way for them to learn.

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The learning is based on what is happening round about them, although I do try to cover certain topics. For example, when we are learning about colours and clothes, I point to the children’s clothes and shoes. They now love to show me new shoes or other items of clothing as soon as they arrive, allowing further consolidation of the new learning. We often count animals on new sweatshirts or jumpers and recently we all counted the numbers of unicorns on a little girl’s dress! 

In the same way, when we have learned, “Comment ҫa va?”and its possible responses, “ҫa ne va pas”with its thumbs down symbol, quickly becomes a favourite. On starting a lesson, the children are very keen to show me a grazed knee or a scratch on their hand. This becomes an opportunity to learn some of the parts of the body. These sessions often end with a rendition of Têteépaules, genoux et pieds! 

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Of course, the children are too young to learn to read the French language but that does not mean they don’t enjoy looking at books in French. Just as in English, they are very quick to pick up the refrain. “J’ai toujours faim”, as said by the Hungry Caterpillar, is a good example of this.  This is a very useful story as we can go over colours, numbers, food, as well as learning the very useful “j’aime” and “je n’aime pas”, not forgetting metamorphosis! 

Our lessons also involve Pierre, my puppet, and a menagerie of other stuffed animals. It is fun to see the children using these soft toys to talk some basic French. We also have plenty of song and dance, which they love, and it always amazes me how quick they are to pick up little songs. They are expert copiers! Songs are also very useful for memory. They are plenty of children in the Upper School, who on hearing the word “anniversaire”, launch into the song, “Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?”!

In these strange times we are experiencing, our learning is taking different forms. However, learning though play and by following our natural curiosity continue to be very valid for the older boys and girls just as much as for the younger ones.  Working out why different designs of paper planes fly better than others is a good example of this. It is playing with physics! Allowing children to wonder about why things happen or how things work and supporting them in finding out the answers is an excellent way for them to learn.

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It is great to see lots of music lessons taking place remotely this week with our music staff working so hard to ensure children’s progress is maintained during this time. Well done to the children and their teachers!

We look forward to our first virtual concert next week!

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We look forward to our first virtual concert next week!

#cargilfieldconnected

Read more here.

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It has been another busy day of remote learning at Cargilfield with lots of terrific work going on in the classroom and lots of fun outside in the sunshine too. Well done to everyone for all their hard work! See our social media feeds on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more.

#cargilfieldconnected

Read more here.

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#cargilfieldconnected

Read more here.

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Welcome Back!  

What a strange first day back to school we have all had today. It began with a broadcast from Chapel by the Headmaster and then it was down to earth as our children and staff adapted so well to remote teaching and learning due to the closure of the school site.  There was a lot of good work done and it was impressive to see so many positive stories from parents and children about their new learning experiences. Well done to everyone involved in getting this to work. There will be challenges ahead, but it shows the strong sense of community here at Cargilfield and the next few weeks will see us develop our remote learning programme with daily challenges which will be published on all of our social media feeds, so look out for those.

Click here to hear the Headmaster's beginning of term assembly in Chapel this morning.

Well done indeed.

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Welcome Back!  

What a strange first day back to school we have all had today. It began with a broadcast from Chapel by the Headmaster and then it was down to earth as our children and staff adapted so well to remote teaching and learning due to the closure of the school site.  There was a lot of good work done and it was impressive to see so many positive stories from parents and children about their new learning experiences. Well done to everyone involved in getting this to work. There will be challenges ahead, but it shows the strong sense of community here at Cargilfield and the next few weeks will see us develop our remote learning programme with daily challenges which will be published on all of our social media feeds, so look out for those.

Click here to hear the Headmaster's beginning of term assembly in Chapel this morning.

Well done indeed.

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Term starts remotely!

A strange start to the Summer Term

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Thomas, in Form 6, and his family have joined the effort to produce protective face shields for key workers on the frontline, creating vital PPE from their own home! The Miller family have been able to produce an incredible 100 face shields in just 6 days after brother Robert (in S3 at Stewart’s Melville)) used his coding skills to set up their 3D printer at home. Amazing!!  Thank you all for your inspirational ongoing efforts  to help all those NHS workers on the front line.  

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Thomas, in Form 6, and his family have joined the effort to produce protective face shields for key workers on the frontline, creating vital PPE from their own home! The Miller family have been able to produce an incredible 100 face shields in just 6 days after brother Robert (in S3 at Stewart’s Melville)) used his coding skills to set up their 3D printer at home. Amazing!!  Thank you all for your inspirational ongoing efforts  to help all those NHS workers on the front line.  

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On Thursdays, we shall still be hearing from our school chaplain, Dr Barr, who is also Minister at Cramond Kirk. Russell has been coming in to school each week for the past 25 years and his support and friendship to the whole of the Cargilfield community are greatly valued and appreciated.

He has sent a message to all the children, wishing them well for the very different term which lies ahead, as we embark upon our Remote Learning from Monday morning.


Listen to his message here

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On Thursdays, we shall still be hearing from our school chaplain, Dr Barr, who is also Minister at Cramond Kirk. Russell has been coming in to school each week for the past 25 years and his support and friendship to the whole of the Cargilfield community are greatly valued and appreciated.

He has sent a message to all the children, wishing them well for the very different term which lies ahead, as we embark upon our Remote Learning from Monday morning.


Listen to his message here

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We hope the Cargilfield community is enjoying the final week of the Easter holidays and that the children are excited about starting their new remote learning experience next week!

Here are a few words from the Headmaster as our thoughts begin to turn to the new school term which will be very different for us all.


Watch the Headmaster’s message here.

#cargilfieldathome #cargilfieldconnected

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We hope the Cargilfield community is enjoying the final week of the Easter holidays and that the children are excited about starting their new remote learning experience next week!

Here are a few words from the Headmaster as our thoughts begin to turn to the new school term which will be very different for us all.


Watch the Headmaster’s message here.

#cargilfieldathome #cargilfieldconnected

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A message from Cargilfield

Even when we are apart, we remain connected

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It was lovely to see so many Cargilfield pipers turn out at 8pm last Thursday to play Scotland the Brave in honour of all those caring for us at this very difficult time on the front line, especially those working in the NHS.  A wonderful thing to see, so well done everybody!

Read more here.

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Read more here.

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Piping up for Key Workers

Our pipers make themselves heard!

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Cargilfield Connected

We can’t welcome you to our grounds right now, but we can offer you a virtual tour and we can answer questions via email or telephone. We especially like to chat face-to-face on a video call.

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

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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