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Today, a small group of Form 7 artists visited Fettes College for a morning of art workshops inspired by the Italian/Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi. The children had a chance to work in 3D, mixed media, screen and mono print.Thank you to the Fettes Art Department for hosting this event. We had a fantastic time!

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Today, a small group of Form 7 artists visited Fettes College for a morning of art workshops inspired by the Italian/Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi. The children had a chance to work in 3D, mixed media, screen and mono print.Thank you to the Fettes Art Department for hosting this event. We had a fantastic time!

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Welcome to our latest mini concert! As always, there are performances from children right across the school from those just starting their musical journey to our more experienced musicians at the top of the school. A big thank you to our team of music teachers who continue to inspire all our children and it is lovely to see the Music School such a hive of activity! If children would like to play in next week’s concert, they need to speak to Dr Allsop.

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Welcome to our latest mini concert! As always, there are performances from children right across the school from those just starting their musical journey to our more experienced musicians at the top of the school. A big thank you to our team of music teachers who continue to inspire all our children and it is lovely to see the Music School such a hive of activity! If children would like to play in next week’s concert, they need to speak to Dr Allsop.

Watch it here

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Some of the nursery children have been thinking about symmetry this week and learning what makes something symmetrical!

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The latest edition of The Publiciser has been published. Click here and subscribe to receive future editions and keep up to date with all that is happening at school!

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Some of the children in the 'Bee' group in nursery hadn't tasted honey, so Miss Eddington had a honey tasting session with her little bees!

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P1s are immersed in the story of the Three Little Pigs and had to work in teams to investigate different building materials and their suitability for the job. They had to build with cheese crackers, wafers then a spaghetti and marshmallow combination. None of them were easy but they completed the challenge without eating too much of the construction materials!

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Form 4 had a great day at the end of the last half term when Donald from Wildside Nature came in to help us learn all about the wildlife and environments of Scotland and China. We are currently studying these two countries in Humanities lessons and it was great to have some first-hand, practical experiences from an expert! There we lots of activities throughout the day but particular highlights were the bamboo race and building beaver dams. We had studied the living conditions and environments of both of these animals in the morning sessions and getting outside to do some activities was brilliant. Not only that, we managed to cope with near gale force winds! It was great to be able to welcome Donald back to school as his sessions are always informative, relevant to the curriculum and great fun.

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Having played Loretto earlier on in the season we were expecting a tough hard-fought game. Loretto have a couple really skillful players who broke through our defense but Leo was ready for the challenge making a few great saves.

Our attack was once again ruthless in front of goal with Chay and Cody scoring a few goals each.  We have been working hard on keeping the ball and not giving it away too easily and it was evident today with our slick passing around back.  The boys played really well as a team and the constant, positive talking amongst the boys was brilliant to see especially a week before our trip down to Haileybury.

Well done on a good win.

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Our attack was once again ruthless in front of goal with Chay and Cody scoring a few goals each.  We have been working hard on keeping the ball and not giving it away too easily and it was evident today with our slick passing around back.  The boys played really well as a team and the constant, positive talking amongst the boys was brilliant to see especially a week before our trip down to Haileybury.

Well done on a good win.

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In nursery, literacy and numeracy form key areas of learning for the children. We follow the Curriculum for Excellence (Early Level) which provides the key learning outcomes for each of the children. Staff track progress against these outcomes and monitor next steps and individual progress. Observations are then uploaded on to each child's e-learning journal with photographic or video evidence to share with parents. Parents are welcome to comment or upload any activities which they have done at home which might link of extend the child's learning. A couple of examples of observations in learning journals below:

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The children develop a wide range of language and literacy skills including; extending and expanding their speech and language, comprehension and understanding, name writing, environmental text awareness, letter formations, listening skills and mark making. Similarly, there are a wider range of numeracy skills the children are developing in nursery; numeral recognition, number formation, one to one counting, recognising, ordering, sequencing and counting numerals, identifying and counting quantities in various ways, sizing and learning about numicon. Progress against all of these areas are supported and tracked throughout their time in nursery with regular updates to parents via termly parent/teacher meetings.

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The children develop a wide range of language and literacy skills including; extending and expanding their speech and language, comprehension and understanding, name writing, environmental text awareness, letter formations, listening skills and mark making. Similarly, there are a wider range of numeracy skills the children are developing in nursery; numeral recognition, number formation, one to one counting, recognising, ordering, sequencing and counting numerals, identifying and counting quantities in various ways, sizing and learning about numicon. Progress against all of these areas are supported and tracked throughout their time in nursery with regular updates to parents via termly parent/teacher meetings.

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‘Fight-or-flight’

Stress is stressful!

What is stress?

Fight or flight

Stress is a survival mechanism. When danger appears stress can get humans out of trouble quickly. Your body cranks up the gears and throws all its resources into getting you moving. Your heart pumps furiously to increase blood pressure, glucose is sent to the muscles as a fuel injection, and you become totally focussed on what psychologists’ call ‘fight-or-flight’. Stress was extremely useful for primitive humans but for 21st century humans it is a bit different. Feeling some amount of stress is normal but not all stress is bad. In the short-term stress can be helpful in keeping you motivated for a goal you have or keeping you alert. It is extremely common to be overwhelmed or stressed about something. Stress is something that everyone has experienced in their life.

Have you ever felt like you have so much going on and you’re not sure if you’ll be able to handle it all? This is called being overwhelmed or stressed. Stress happens when:

  • - You have a lot of things going on at once.
  • - You have an important decision to make.
  • - An unexpected change in your life occurs.
  • - A big event is coming up.
  • - Something frightening happens.

Most common stressors for children and teenagers are:

  • - Problems in a relationship or friendship.
  • - Exam or test results.
  • - Watching the news.
  • - Bullying
  • - Moving to a new house.
  • - Getting a new sibling.
  • - Arguments and much more.

How can it affect you?

Stress can affect your body, mind, feelings and behaviours. You can experience things like:

  • - Headaches
  • - Sweating

Heart pounding

  • - Tense muscles
  • - Feeling really low in energy

If these happens too often it can sometimes make you feel ill and forgetful. This will disturb your concentration on things that need to get done. When feeling anxious the mind will tend to focus on the negative things about situations. You may feel:

  • - Sad
  • - Angry
  • - Helpless
  • - Anxious
  • - Irritated
  • - Discouraged and feeling like you want to give up!

These feelings change your behaviour when going through something stressful. This will also affect sleeping and eating habits along with avoiding people or work you need to do.

What sort of things stress you out and how do you deal with them?

It is important to know what your stressors are so that you can come up with helpful ways to cope with them when they occur.

Helpful ways to cope with stress. Here are 6 ways to overcome stress:

  1. 1. Take a few deep breaths.
  2. 2. Focus on the things you can control. Focus on what you can do right away.
  3. 3. Manage your time and make time to relax.
  4. 4. Take care of your body by having enough sleep and healthy foods. Being active can improve your mood.
  5. 5. Positive self-talk. Next time you feel stressed out – tell yourself things like ‘I know I can do it!’ or ‘I know how to handle this!’
  6. 6. Talk to a friend or an adult.

Find out what works for you, take a break and stress less.

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‘Fight-or-flight’

Stress is stressful!

What is stress?

Fight or flight

Stress is a survival mechanism. When danger appears stress can get humans out of trouble quickly. Your body cranks up the gears and throws all its resources into getting you moving. Your heart pumps furiously to increase blood pressure, glucose is sent to the muscles as a fuel injection, and you become totally focussed on what psychologists’ call ‘fight-or-flight’. Stress was extremely useful for primitive humans but for 21st century humans it is a bit different. Feeling some amount of stress is normal but not all stress is bad. In the short-term stress can be helpful in keeping you motivated for a goal you have or keeping you alert. It is extremely common to be overwhelmed or stressed about something. Stress is something that everyone has experienced in their life.

Have you ever felt like you have so much going on and you’re not sure if you’ll be able to handle it all? This is called being overwhelmed or stressed. Stress happens when:

  • - You have a lot of things going on at once.
  • - You have an important decision to make.
  • - An unexpected change in your life occurs.
  • - A big event is coming up.
  • - Something frightening happens.

Most common stressors for children and teenagers are:

  • - Problems in a relationship or friendship.
  • - Exam or test results.
  • - Watching the news.
  • - Bullying
  • - Moving to a new house.
  • - Getting a new sibling.
  • - Arguments and much more.

How can it affect you?

Stress can affect your body, mind, feelings and behaviours. You can experience things like:

  • - Headaches
  • - Sweating

Heart pounding

  • - Tense muscles
  • - Feeling really low in energy

If these happens too often it can sometimes make you feel ill and forgetful. This will disturb your concentration on things that need to get done. When feeling anxious the mind will tend to focus on the negative things about situations. You may feel:

  • - Sad
  • - Angry
  • - Helpless
  • - Anxious
  • - Irritated
  • - Discouraged and feeling like you want to give up!

These feelings change your behaviour when going through something stressful. This will also affect sleeping and eating habits along with avoiding people or work you need to do.

What sort of things stress you out and how do you deal with them?

It is important to know what your stressors are so that you can come up with helpful ways to cope with them when they occur.

Helpful ways to cope with stress. Here are 6 ways to overcome stress:

  1. 1. Take a few deep breaths.
  2. 2. Focus on the things you can control. Focus on what you can do right away.
  3. 3. Manage your time and make time to relax.
  4. 4. Take care of your body by having enough sleep and healthy foods. Being active can improve your mood.
  5. 5. Positive self-talk. Next time you feel stressed out – tell yourself things like ‘I know I can do it!’ or ‘I know how to handle this!’
  6. 6. Talk to a friend or an adult.

Find out what works for you, take a break and stress less.

TP

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The Pre Prep had an excellent charity disco on the final afternoon of the first half of term in aid of RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association). They all wore their Valentine themed outfits and really showed off their moves! Some excellent dancing and prizes were won during lots of dancing games. Well done P1, P2 and P3 for your amazing effort!

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Welcome to our latest mini concert and the final one of the first half of term. This has been a special week for the Music department as it has seen our first live music concert for nearly two years! We welcomed a small socially distanced audience to listen to our eight music scholars play a variety of pieces in Chapel on Monday evening; it was so good to hear applause once again and see the children respond so positively to a live audience again. The continued gradual easing of restrictions gives us hope that we will be able to welcome parents back to listen to our concerts in the not too distant future, fingers crossed! Well done to all this week’s performers and thanks, as always, to our talented team of music teachers!

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A bitterly cold afternoon over in Mussleburgh, but the Under 10B boys were eager for their clash against Loretto, played at St Peter's Primary School.  Right from the off, we dominated possession and I was impressed at how well the boys kept their shape with Oliver and Honour very secure in defence, Leo S and Sasha always busy in the midfield and then Jamie and Leo Sm running hard up front regularly threatening the Loretto goal.  We put together some good pieces of hockey, passing and moving the ball confidently in to space, supporting each other and looking to move the ball in to the wide channels.  We scored 6 goals, with Jamie scoring three of them, but what was most pleasing was our build up play and the way in which everyone kept working hard and did not allow Loretto any time in our own half.

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U10A Hockey v Loretto

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Despite the cold and the wind, the U10As played well against Loretto. The match began tightly with both teams fighting it out to control possession. Nonetheless, the boys remained persistent and this paid off as smart passing up the pitch between Oliver and Theo enabled Toby to score the opening goal of the match. The boys gained momentum from the goal as they were quick to push up into the opposition’s half. This advance resulted in Oliver adding another goal to Cargilfield’s tally and the first half ended 0-2.

The break at halftime allowed the boys to reflect on the match and they began the second half keen to improve. The U10As played with more energy and they placed the opposition under greater pressure. This increased competitiveness made all the difference with Edward and James moving the ball quickly up the pitch. Loretto struggled to keep up with the pace of Cargilfield and soon Oliver, Theo, and Arthur all scored; a special mention goes to Theo for his hat-trick. The match ended with a convincing victory for the boys – well done!

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The break at halftime allowed the boys to reflect on the match and they began the second half keen to improve. The U10As played with more energy and they placed the opposition under greater pressure. This increased competitiveness made all the difference with Edward and James moving the ball quickly up the pitch. Loretto struggled to keep up with the pace of Cargilfield and soon Oliver, Theo, and Arthur all scored; a special mention goes to Theo for his hat-trick. The match ended with a convincing victory for the boys – well done!

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U10 A 9-2 to Cargilfield

U10 B Cargilfield lost 2-5

Captain Thalia won the toss and chose the centre pass. The ball moved around quickly but Cargilfield missed an early shot on goal and Loretto were very good at getting into spaces and passing quickly. They won the ball back and went on to score. We were slightly daunted but picked ourselves up and Ceci and Scarlett starting scoring. By the end of the first half we were 4-2 up. Olivia, Emily and Athena worked well in the middle and Lottie worked tirelessly to get the ball down to the shooters. The referees swopped so I did not see more of the game but I understand that Lottie, and Thalia added to the goal total. We do need to mark more quickly and more closely and the accuracy of our passing was a little untidy. However, the girls played well together and the final score was Cargilfield 9 Loretto 2

The B Team’s main difficulties were not managing to get the ball often enough to the shooters. We need to work hard on getting into spaces and marking more carefully. Our passes often went awry and ended up in Loretto hands instead. Anjelinaa and Lotte worked very hard in defence. Unfortunately, however we had very few shots on goal and lost the game 5-2. Anjelinaa was the B team’s star player. Whilst Loretto’s goal shooter was playing very well, Anjelinaa managed to get the ball several times. Rosanna had some strong moments but unfortunately slipped and she needs to stay focused at all times. All girls enjoyed the matches and thank you very much to Loretto for hosting us. Final score Cargilfield 2 Loretto 5

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U10 A 9-2 to Cargilfield

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Captain Thalia won the toss and chose the centre pass. The ball moved around quickly but Cargilfield missed an early shot on goal and Loretto were very good at getting into spaces and passing quickly. They won the ball back and went on to score. We were slightly daunted but picked ourselves up and Ceci and Scarlett starting scoring. By the end of the first half we were 4-2 up. Olivia, Emily and Athena worked well in the middle and Lottie worked tirelessly to get the ball down to the shooters. The referees swopped so I did not see more of the game but I understand that Lottie, and Thalia added to the goal total. We do need to mark more quickly and more closely and the accuracy of our passing was a little untidy. However, the girls played well together and the final score was Cargilfield 9 Loretto 2

The B Team’s main difficulties were not managing to get the ball often enough to the shooters. We need to work hard on getting into spaces and marking more carefully. Our passes often went awry and ended up in Loretto hands instead. Anjelinaa and Lotte worked very hard in defence. Unfortunately, however we had very few shots on goal and lost the game 5-2. Anjelinaa was the B team’s star player. Whilst Loretto’s goal shooter was playing very well, Anjelinaa managed to get the ball several times. Rosanna had some strong moments but unfortunately slipped and she needs to stay focused at all times. All girls enjoyed the matches and thank you very much to Loretto for hosting us. Final score Cargilfield 2 Loretto 5

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We welcomed our friends from the north to play a mix of our Under 11 A/B/Cs. It was a terrific first half with Ardvreck having the most shots on goal but Alexander L made some amazing stops. After they scored, we then began to start passing the ball better and finding chances. Maxi worked hard up and down the left and Senuka improved throughout the game through the middle of the pitch. George was brilliant with his determination and he stepped up to give us a deserved equaliser, right on half time.
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Things to improve on a working back more, especially when we are guilty of giving the ball away and if we can be more accurate in front of goal, we will probably put some chances away.
The final score was 8-2 to the visitors but credit to the Cargilfield boys for keeping going. Our man of the match was captain Archie. He worked so hard for the team, covering most of the space on the pitch and was understandably out on his feet by the end!

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Cargilfield got off to a very strong start with some excellent team work from Savannah ( C ), Bea (WD) and Emilia DH (WA), which enabled Miranda and Nadia to score with relative ease. Valentina played a strong defence role as GD, blocking some goals. At the end of the first quarter, it was 6-1 to Cargilfield. An even more powerful performance in the second quarter meant that we scored a further 8 goals, with Ardvreck squeezing one past us. Our communication was fantastic and we only had a few foot faults. At half time, a change of position saw Isla C in centre and she used her energy with great gusto. Once we realised what direction our goal was in, Emilia DH, who was now in one our shooting position, along with Miranda were able to score a further 4 goals. Our footwork was a little untidier but we really were a solid team.

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Very well done, girls!

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For this match, we did 3 thirds of 10 minutes. The girls played through a tough game under rain and cold. We did lose too many balls due to a lack of precision and also frozen fingers, not grasping properly. Ardvreck led the first two thirds which pushed the girls to play more offensively in the last third. They managed to get most of their goals then but, unfortunately it was not enough to win against a good Ardvreck team. Beth did well in GK going after each ball. Jess changed position with Rowan (GS and C) which worked much better and gave some more dynamics to the game. Tessa, Hattie and Lexie were brilliant players, especially in the last third when we were so close to win.

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After two years, it was lovely to meet together in Chapel once again on a Tuesday and welcome a visiting preacher to Cargilfield!  It was a pleasure to welcome Mrs Tara Reeves who is Director of Admissions and a Housemistress at Downe House a girls school in Berkshire.  She spoke to us about the importance of kindness, of doing your best and being the best version of yourself that you can be.

Thank you for coming to see us!

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Adversity

As I ran with some Form boys along the beautiful Cramond sea front recently, one of them started crying. I noticed, with mild alarm, that his face was bright red, his breathing was sharp and a bit raspy and tears rolled down his pink cheeks. I heard a little whimper “Sir, sir, I can’t breathe.” Not what you want to hear on a run with children. Once he’d slowed down a bit (in the eagerness of youth he had started the run too fast) he steadied his breathing. We soon found a rhythm and he managed all 5km, but not without a struggle. There were more tears, more complaints and quite a lot of general discomfort. At the end of the run, though, he felt relief, satisfaction and elated with the feel-good factor of endorphins running through his body.

As teachers, we nurture and support the children in our care but we have to push them out of their comfort zones, expose them to adversity and allow them to fail. We cannot let children grow up with everything they want without having to work hard at something. Adults know the sting of failure, the discipline of practice and the worthiness of struggle all benefit us by making us attached to reality. It is a tough old World out there. And I think we need to encourage our children to face adversity so they can grow resilient and strong, rather than empty and weak.

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As I ran with some Form boys along the beautiful Cramond sea front recently, one of them started crying. I noticed, with mild alarm, that his face was bright red, his breathing was sharp and a bit raspy and tears rolled down his pink cheeks. I heard a little whimper “Sir, sir, I can’t breathe.” Not what you want to hear on a run with children. Once he’d slowed down a bit (in the eagerness of youth he had started the run too fast) he steadied his breathing. We soon found a rhythm and he managed all 5km, but not without a struggle. There were more tears, more complaints and quite a lot of general discomfort. At the end of the run, though, he felt relief, satisfaction and elated with the feel-good factor of endorphins running through his body.

As teachers, we nurture and support the children in our care but we have to push them out of their comfort zones, expose them to adversity and allow them to fail. We cannot let children grow up with everything they want without having to work hard at something. Adults know the sting of failure, the discipline of practice and the worthiness of struggle all benefit us by making us attached to reality. It is a tough old World out there. And I think we need to encourage our children to face adversity so they can grow resilient and strong, rather than empty and weak.

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As we all become transfixed with the curling at the Winter Olympics, great to see Judith in today's Times article about continuing to grow the game in Scotland!

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In the shadow of Murrayfield, less than 48 hours after Scotland’s rugby heroes retained the Calcutta Cup, friends, family and curling compatriots of Jen Dodds and Bruce Mouat gathered en masse hoping to witness another famous Scottish sporting moment.

Victory in the mixed doubles semi final against Norway would guarantee the pair a silver medal; instead, the atmosphere inside the sparkling facility at Curl Edinburgh was flattened as the local heroes were edged out on the final stone. While winning bronze might be a consolation — Sweden are the opponents in this morning’s play-off — the prospect of Scottish gold on the Beijing ice remains strong.

Dodds is part of Eve Muirhead’s European champion women’s team, which won the recent qualifying event for Beijing. Mouat, meanwhile, skips a men’s squad ranked first in the world. Expectation levels could not be higher.

Ever since Rhona Martin’s side memorably won gold in Salt Lake City in 2002, curling has become the central focus of Team GB’s Winter Olympic hopes. That success — watched by nearly six million people at midnight — kick-started investment in the sport. Curling has received more than £5 million of UK Sport funding during the last two Olympic cycles. Medals are now demanded, rather than hoped for.

Yet the sport still struggles to attract participants beyond its traditional demographics. While the seven sheets at Curl Edinburgh were packed yesterday, Covid-19 has impacted on participation levels; for the first time in a generation there are now fewer than than 10,000 regular curlers in Scotland. With 21 rinks across Scotland, there is a constant challenge to lure younger people into the sport.

The presence of Nile Wilson, the former Olympic gymnast turned YouTube star, sliding around on the ice as part of a UK Sport and National Lottery initiative, hints at a move towards a new audience.

“Curling families continue to produce curlers, which is great, but it’s also a limiting factor,” David Aitken, British Curling’s Performance Foundation Manager and a former coach of Dodds and Mouat, said.

“Bruce isn’t from a curling family; his mum and dad just brought him along to watch one day at Gogar. He golfed and he swam and did other sports at school, but he enjoyed curling, started to make friends and then became good at it.

“For this to be the only curling facility in Edinburgh isn’t great. Funding can only go so far with that. There’s traditionally been a correlation between medal success and the level of funding, but I think there’s a movement towards seeing more potential to participate. Curling is relatively easy to do as an indoor sport; you don’t need a lot of kit and you can start at a variety of ages.

“Most curling rinks will let people come in for free, off the back of an event such as the Olympics, to try the sport. Particularly for juniors, it’s quite heavily subsidised by the clubs — they know it’s important to get people involved.

“A gold medal can change this — the benefits for physical, social and mental health are really strong for sports like curling to enable people to develop and grow the game.”

At the elite level, Scotland’s prowess in curling is such that their international rivals are keen to tap into their ideas. The hope here is that if Muirhead and Mouat’s rinks strike gold, this production line will only increase.

“Countries are trying to pick our brains now about how we train,” Aitken said. “We’ve got a system in Scotland that’s working. The gold from Salt Lake City, in terms of where we are now, isn’t hugely relevant. In terms of who’s producing top class athletes now, Scotland are definitely seen as being at the top, with some seriously good teams.”

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In the shadow of Murrayfield, less than 48 hours after Scotland’s rugby heroes retained the Calcutta Cup, friends, family and curling compatriots of Jen Dodds and Bruce Mouat gathered en masse hoping to witness another famous Scottish sporting moment.

Victory in the mixed doubles semi final against Norway would guarantee the pair a silver medal; instead, the atmosphere inside the sparkling facility at Curl Edinburgh was flattened as the local heroes were edged out on the final stone. While winning bronze might be a consolation — Sweden are the opponents in this morning’s play-off — the prospect of Scottish gold on the Beijing ice remains strong.

Dodds is part of Eve Muirhead’s European champion women’s team, which won the recent qualifying event for Beijing. Mouat, meanwhile, skips a men’s squad ranked first in the world. Expectation levels could not be higher.

Ever since Rhona Martin’s side memorably won gold in Salt Lake City in 2002, curling has become the central focus of Team GB’s Winter Olympic hopes. That success — watched by nearly six million people at midnight — kick-started investment in the sport. Curling has received more than £5 million of UK Sport funding during the last two Olympic cycles. Medals are now demanded, rather than hoped for.

Yet the sport still struggles to attract participants beyond its traditional demographics. While the seven sheets at Curl Edinburgh were packed yesterday, Covid-19 has impacted on participation levels; for the first time in a generation there are now fewer than than 10,000 regular curlers in Scotland. With 21 rinks across Scotland, there is a constant challenge to lure younger people into the sport.

The presence of Nile Wilson, the former Olympic gymnast turned YouTube star, sliding around on the ice as part of a UK Sport and National Lottery initiative, hints at a move towards a new audience.

“Curling families continue to produce curlers, which is great, but it’s also a limiting factor,” David Aitken, British Curling’s Performance Foundation Manager and a former coach of Dodds and Mouat, said.

“Bruce isn’t from a curling family; his mum and dad just brought him along to watch one day at Gogar. He golfed and he swam and did other sports at school, but he enjoyed curling, started to make friends and then became good at it.

“For this to be the only curling facility in Edinburgh isn’t great. Funding can only go so far with that. There’s traditionally been a correlation between medal success and the level of funding, but I think there’s a movement towards seeing more potential to participate. Curling is relatively easy to do as an indoor sport; you don’t need a lot of kit and you can start at a variety of ages.

“Most curling rinks will let people come in for free, off the back of an event such as the Olympics, to try the sport. Particularly for juniors, it’s quite heavily subsidised by the clubs — they know it’s important to get people involved.

“A gold medal can change this — the benefits for physical, social and mental health are really strong for sports like curling to enable people to develop and grow the game.”

At the elite level, Scotland’s prowess in curling is such that their international rivals are keen to tap into their ideas. The hope here is that if Muirhead and Mouat’s rinks strike gold, this production line will only increase.

“Countries are trying to pick our brains now about how we train,” Aitken said. “We’ve got a system in Scotland that’s working. The gold from Salt Lake City, in terms of where we are now, isn’t hugely relevant. In terms of who’s producing top class athletes now, Scotland are definitely seen as being at the top, with some seriously good teams.”

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It was a pleasure to welcome James Skuse, Director of Music at MES, to our music scholars' recital which took place on Monday evening in the Chapel. After such a long time since we have live music making in front of an audience, it was lovely to welcome a small group of parents who came to watch and listen to some fabulous musicianship from our group of potential music scholars.  The annual round of scholarship assessments begins in the next two weeks, so this evening provided an opportunity for them all to perform their pieces in front of an audience and also to receive some constructive feedback from Mr Skuse about their performances.  It was a lovely evening of music making and so good to hear applause in Chapel again after so long away,  Well done to all those who performed, and goof luck in your forthcoming assessments!

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On a blustery afternoon our Senior Cross-Country Squad travelled north to Strathallan School to compete in their Invitational Cross-Country Championship. A 2.3km track met the runners around the undulating grounds of the school, a tough challenge against many of the top prep schools in Scotland.

Our U13 boys set off first and were superb. Our notable performers were Alex and Paddy who finished second and third in a time of 7 mins 58 secs. Ewan, James and Sylvan all finished within the top 15 and showed real determination to get around the course.

Our U13 girls showed the same spirit with Tunrayo, Savannah and Scarlett leading the pack to finish sixth, seventh and tenth. It was brilliant to see Anna, Mariella, Judith and Lily run with such commitment, they all finished well inside the top half of a high quality field and showcases the hard work they have put in with Mr Pike and Mr Tinkler over the past few weeks.

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Our U13 girls showed the same spirit with Tunrayo, Savannah and Scarlett leading the pack to finish sixth, seventh and tenth. It was brilliant to see Anna, Mariella, Judith and Lily run with such commitment, they all finished well inside the top half of a high quality field and showcases the hard work they have put in with Mr Pike and Mr Tinkler over the past few weeks.

Well done all!

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Welcome to our second mini concert of the term! Thank you, as always, to all the children who have been working so hard to practise and learn their pieces, and it is lovely to hear such a wide range of performances ranging from some just beginning their musical journey right the way through to some of our potential music scholars. If you would like to take part in next week’s concert, get in touch with Dr Allsop!

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The Under 9s travelled up to Forgandenny for a match against their Strathallan counterparts. In the first half, the boys demonstrated some excellent passing and dribbling, which allowed them to take control of the match quite early on and led to several goals before half time. Cargilfield’s use of space was very good at times and, with the ball doing most of the work, they were able to keep the defence pinned back in their own ‘D’.

The second half was also dominated by Cargilfield but perhaps with a little less elegance and fewer passes. Nevertheless, the boys maintained their determination and energy to finish the game well, earning a 5-0 win. The player of the match was Oliver for his effort to pass the ball throughout the match.

Well done to the whole team for a fine effort and our sincere thanks to Strathallan, who were very welcoming hosts.

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The second half was also dominated by Cargilfield but perhaps with a little less elegance and fewer passes. Nevertheless, the boys maintained their determination and energy to finish the game well, earning a 5-0 win. The player of the match was Oliver for his effort to pass the ball throughout the match.

Well done to the whole team for a fine effort and our sincere thanks to Strathallan, who were very welcoming hosts.

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U9A vs Strathallan

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After a couple of tactical changes to move Jack into the top of the diamond, which allowed Jamie and Miguel more freedom on the wing and centre of midfield. We then started to play some outstanding hockey, distributing the ball nicely and transitioning the ball superbly down the right hand side.

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After a couple of tactical changes to move Jack into the top of the diamond, which allowed Jamie and Miguel more freedom on the wing and centre of midfield. We then started to play some outstanding hockey, distributing the ball nicely and transitioning the ball superbly down the right hand side.

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Nine excited boys made the short journey to Fettes for the IAPS Qualifiers. We were in a tough pool and it was going to be a big task to achieve our goal of reaching the final. However, we have been working hard for the last couple of weeks and the boys were determined to give it their best shot.

Our first game against Loretto was a 0-0 draw where Loretto played the better hockey. We were too selfish with the ball and this meant we made very little progress in attack. Loretto had many shots at goal but Jamie made some terrific saves. Onto the next game and we were fortunate to have a break before playing St Peter’s, York who had just played Sedbergh. They started well and scored within the first two minutes. However, we dug deep and forced a penalty corner before the half time whistle. Up stepped Harry T whose excellent strike hit the back board with force and got us the equaliser. In the second half, we were much better at moving the ball and as St Peter’s tired, we got more chances. The winner came after a bit of a stramash on the goal line but someone – I'm not sure who! - managed to force the ball over the line. With this win, we grew more confident and were able to see the benefits of moving the ball, player to player, rather than dribbling.

Our final pool game was against Sedbergh who we had welcomed the day before to Cargilfield for a warm up game. We played some of our best hockey in this game and two goals each from Theo and Monty gave us a deserved victory and we were group winners.


In the semifinal of the cup, we faced Belhaven. Some of our play was outstanding – moving the ball out to the right and breaking forwards in droves giving the defence no chance. Again, we were ruthless with our finishing and great work from Toby supplying the crosses for Monty and Theo as well as scoring a great goal himself meant we were in the final to face Fettes who just two weeks ago, had scored a number of goals against us.

We had a plan and as a coach watching from the sidelines, I couldn’t be prouder of how we stood up to what was a confident opposing team at the first whistle. Dexter was given the task to stick to their playmaker like glue and brother Theo was to be close enough too that he could break away when the chance fell. The boys did an outstanding job, frustrating him and his team. Of course, this was always going to leave players free but Harry, Tristan, Wilfred and Charles in defence played so strongly. With Monty covering his former classmate Hugo on the right wing in the first half and Toby in the second half, it meant that for the two halves, we had everyone covered. Jamie made some outstanding saves and the boys worked hard blocking shots, making jab tackles and clearing the ball away from danger – they had proved they had come a long way since the heavy defeat a fortnight ago. We had some chances ourselves but just lacked that composure and cutting edge when we found ourselves in the D. The final whistle went and the boys were out on their feet but were confident they still had some energy to do it again for the 5-minute period of golden goal time. Despite starting with the ball, we weren’t quite set in defence and left someone unmarked at the back post who managed to slot in the golden goal to win the game and the qualifier.

We were a bit shell-shocked and it was heartbreak for the boys who had worked so hard as a team but they did their school, coach and parents proud today. They improved throughout the afternoon, scoring lots of goals and only conceding 2 in over 70 minutes of hockey, which is a fantastic achievement.

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Our first game against Loretto was a 0-0 draw where Loretto played the better hockey. We were too selfish with the ball and this meant we made very little progress in attack. Loretto had many shots at goal but Jamie made some terrific saves. Onto the next game and we were fortunate to have a break before playing St Peter’s, York who had just played Sedbergh. They started well and scored within the first two minutes. However, we dug deep and forced a penalty corner before the half time whistle. Up stepped Harry T whose excellent strike hit the back board with force and got us the equaliser. In the second half, we were much better at moving the ball and as St Peter’s tired, we got more chances. The winner came after a bit of a stramash on the goal line but someone – I'm not sure who! - managed to force the ball over the line. With this win, we grew more confident and were able to see the benefits of moving the ball, player to player, rather than dribbling.

Our final pool game was against Sedbergh who we had welcomed the day before to Cargilfield for a warm up game. We played some of our best hockey in this game and two goals each from Theo and Monty gave us a deserved victory and we were group winners.


In the semifinal of the cup, we faced Belhaven. Some of our play was outstanding – moving the ball out to the right and breaking forwards in droves giving the defence no chance. Again, we were ruthless with our finishing and great work from Toby supplying the crosses for Monty and Theo as well as scoring a great goal himself meant we were in the final to face Fettes who just two weeks ago, had scored a number of goals against us.

We had a plan and as a coach watching from the sidelines, I couldn’t be prouder of how we stood up to what was a confident opposing team at the first whistle. Dexter was given the task to stick to their playmaker like glue and brother Theo was to be close enough too that he could break away when the chance fell. The boys did an outstanding job, frustrating him and his team. Of course, this was always going to leave players free but Harry, Tristan, Wilfred and Charles in defence played so strongly. With Monty covering his former classmate Hugo on the right wing in the first half and Toby in the second half, it meant that for the two halves, we had everyone covered. Jamie made some outstanding saves and the boys worked hard blocking shots, making jab tackles and clearing the ball away from danger – they had proved they had come a long way since the heavy defeat a fortnight ago. We had some chances ourselves but just lacked that composure and cutting edge when we found ourselves in the D. The final whistle went and the boys were out on their feet but were confident they still had some energy to do it again for the 5-minute period of golden goal time. Despite starting with the ball, we weren’t quite set in defence and left someone unmarked at the back post who managed to slot in the golden goal to win the game and the qualifier.

We were a bit shell-shocked and it was heartbreak for the boys who had worked so hard as a team but they did their school, coach and parents proud today. They improved throughout the afternoon, scoring lots of goals and only conceding 2 in over 70 minutes of hockey, which is a fantastic achievement.

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Craigclowan: 17

Cargilfield: 18

The B squad played a good indoor game this week against Craigclowan. It was a nice and fast game. The girls had the advantage of having watched the A team play first. They had an idea of what to expect from the beginning. The opposition were offensive and snatching all the balls they could, not missing an opportunity. Therefore, the B team girls were on their toes from the first whistle blow.

During the first quarter the girls got many successful opportunities to score with Julie and Mariella (our captain) in GS and GA positions. Later on, we decided to move Lily from Centre to GD to use her height and her speed to our advantage. Amalia started as GD but later swapped for another position and let the GD bib to Lara in the second and third quarters. Sophia did well as a WD and passed the ball back to the attack very quickly. After having a go at GD, Hattie found her footings in the role of WA in the last quarter. The score was very tight before the last part of the game (only one point to us) and the girls needed to be alert and ready for every pass. It worked well in the end as we won by one point. Isabella did a great job at GK during the whole game and Scarlett managed to intercept most balls in the last quarter when she moved to Centre, helping her team to win.

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Craigclowan: 17

Cargilfield: 18

The B squad played a good indoor game this week against Craigclowan. It was a nice and fast game. The girls had the advantage of having watched the A team play first. They had an idea of what to expect from the beginning. The opposition were offensive and snatching all the balls they could, not missing an opportunity. Therefore, the B team girls were on their toes from the first whistle blow.

During the first quarter the girls got many successful opportunities to score with Julie and Mariella (our captain) in GS and GA positions. Later on, we decided to move Lily from Centre to GD to use her height and her speed to our advantage. Amalia started as GD but later swapped for another position and let the GD bib to Lara in the second and third quarters. Sophia did well as a WD and passed the ball back to the attack very quickly. After having a go at GD, Hattie found her footings in the role of WA in the last quarter. The score was very tight before the last part of the game (only one point to us) and the girls needed to be alert and ready for every pass. It worked well in the end as we won by one point. Isabella did a great job at GK during the whole game and Scarlett managed to intercept most balls in the last quarter when she moved to Centre, helping her team to win.

Well done, girls- a brilliant match!

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U13 A v Craigclowan

A lot of our training time this week has focused on dodging and on catching the ball high in the air and landing without footwork faults. We have worked hard at this and I think it was probably the clincher for us in a tough game against Craigclowan this afternoon.

Craigclowan came out strongly taking us a little by surprise. Although, we moved the ball well using square and straight passes to our D, the first 2 goals did not go our way. However, Tunrayo and Esme soon got into a rhythm with Esme positioning herself under the post ready for the ball. We ended the first quarter at 6 goals each.

In the second quater we swapped on Miranda and moved Esme into GA. Anna directed the game from the Centre. She was having to play a high game with lots of leaping and against a really feisty Craigclowan Centre but she kept her cool and played exceptionally well. Miranda found her feet and shot 3 goals this quarter. At the other end our defence was doing great work in frustrating some extremely tall shooters. Lucy, Maddie and Anika worked well as a team and crucially reacted fast to get the ball away from the goal once they had possession. We started to edge ahead.

In the third quarter, Judith came on with Tunrayo to shoot and was unflappable staying focused and making some incredible shots. In the final quarter we knew that we had everything to play for. It was amazing to watch how focused the girls were and also how supportive they were of each other. No one tried to dominate and everyone played as a team. Miranda, her confidence up managed 5 super goals.

At the end, none of the players knew who had won. It had been a tightly fought contest. Everyone played their best game and it was a real team effort.

Final score Cargilfield 27, Craigclowan 25

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Craigclowan came out strongly taking us a little by surprise. Although, we moved the ball well using square and straight passes to our D, the first 2 goals did not go our way. However, Tunrayo and Esme soon got into a rhythm with Esme positioning herself under the post ready for the ball. We ended the first quarter at 6 goals each.

In the second quater we swapped on Miranda and moved Esme into GA. Anna directed the game from the Centre. She was having to play a high game with lots of leaping and against a really feisty Craigclowan Centre but she kept her cool and played exceptionally well. Miranda found her feet and shot 3 goals this quarter. At the other end our defence was doing great work in frustrating some extremely tall shooters. Lucy, Maddie and Anika worked well as a team and crucially reacted fast to get the ball away from the goal once they had possession. We started to edge ahead.

In the third quarter, Judith came on with Tunrayo to shoot and was unflappable staying focused and making some incredible shots. In the final quarter we knew that we had everything to play for. It was amazing to watch how focused the girls were and also how supportive they were of each other. No one tried to dominate and everyone played as a team. Miranda, her confidence up managed 5 super goals.

At the end, none of the players knew who had won. It had been a tightly fought contest. Everyone played their best game and it was a real team effort.

Final score Cargilfield 27, Craigclowan 25

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Today our U10 A & B played against the same side from Craigclowan.

The A team started with our captain Olivia winning centre pass. The first half of the game the team passed strongly up the court keeping a high percentage of the possession however not turning over many goals, with the score finishing 2-1 at half time. Craigclowan had some very tall defenders and shooters but our players especially Ceci & Thalia were able to get in front to intercept the ball in defence with a high success rate.

Lottie and Scarlett worked well as a team in attack while our central players Olivia, Emily and Emilia worked hard to move into spaces, work on passing the ball up the line. The game finished with a draw 7-7 when Craigclowan managed to score 5 goals in the last quarter.

The girls need to work on marking their players rather than running towards the ball.

The B Team came up against some warmed up players having just finished against the A team. The team had a good game passing into spaces and moving the ball up the court working well as a team. Scarlett that played both games was warmed up well scored the teams 2 goals.

The team need to develop their defending, making sure they are at the correct distance away before raising their hands to defend. They also need to mark their opposite player rather than the ball. The game finished 6-2 loss.

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Lottie and Scarlett worked well as a team in attack while our central players Olivia, Emily and Emilia worked hard to move into spaces, work on passing the ball up the line. The game finished with a draw 7-7 when Craigclowan managed to score 5 goals in the last quarter.

The girls need to work on marking their players rather than running towards the ball.

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Well, I was delighted to be asked to umpire my first hockey match for a few years this afternoon as the mighty Under 11C team took on Craigclowan.  We went for a 2-2-2 formation and before the game, we talked about holding our shape, passing quickly and playing with our heads up, transferring the ball quickly and using the width of the pitch.....the fact that the boys nodded sagely in our team talk meant that perhaps I had spoken some sense and so we were ready for battle!

First of all, hats off to our two goalies, Max and Oliver: they alternated, playing for the opposition and Cargilfield and both played really well, making a number of excellent saves as the Cargilfield boys attacked in never ending waves; they stopped numerous scoring opportunities and bravely got in the way and stopped some fierce shots. Well done, boys!

We were very solid at the back with Leo and Honour both very effective in defence: although Craigclowan made very few forays in to our D, they were quick to snuff out and potential danger and then moved the ball quickly in to the midfield. Theo and James were excellent in the midfield, working hard up and down the pitch and linking well with our forwards; Theo, in particular, never stopped moving and he scored a hatful of goals as he was quick to spot the space in behind of the Craigclowan defence.  Up front, Oliver and Edward both scored lots of goals but also got in to really good positions, with Oliver staying wide, pushing the ball across for Edward to finish at the far post.  It was fabulous to watch, in fact, even if the match was over as a contest after the first five minutes.  I was particularly pleased to see how well we played as a team, with everyone keeping their shape, moving the ball quickly through the midfield and staying wide and looking to use the space.  Exactly what we talked about at the beginning of the match, in fact!

Well played indeed - a terrific team performance and we scored a lot of goals!

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First of all, hats off to our two goalies, Max and Oliver: they alternated, playing for the opposition and Cargilfield and both played really well, making a number of excellent saves as the Cargilfield boys attacked in never ending waves; they stopped numerous scoring opportunities and bravely got in the way and stopped some fierce shots. Well done, boys!

We were very solid at the back with Leo and Honour both very effective in defence: although Craigclowan made very few forays in to our D, they were quick to snuff out and potential danger and then moved the ball quickly in to the midfield. Theo and James were excellent in the midfield, working hard up and down the pitch and linking well with our forwards; Theo, in particular, never stopped moving and he scored a hatful of goals as he was quick to spot the space in behind of the Craigclowan defence.  Up front, Oliver and Edward both scored lots of goals but also got in to really good positions, with Oliver staying wide, pushing the ball across for Edward to finish at the far post.  It was fabulous to watch, in fact, even if the match was over as a contest after the first five minutes.  I was particularly pleased to see how well we played as a team, with everyone keeping their shape, moving the ball quickly through the midfield and staying wide and looking to use the space.  Exactly what we talked about at the beginning of the match, in fact!

Well played indeed - a terrific team performance and we scored a lot of goals!

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Learning for the 21st Century

In a dynamic (and perhaps uncertain) age, we are conscious that a Cargilfield education needs to prepare our children for the challenges that we can foresee (and for many that we cannot). This is the challenge that the Headmaster has set us in his teaching and learning blog last year:

https://www.cargilfield.com/teaching-and-learning/news/post?s=2021-06-07-educating-our-children-for-the-21st-century

With that in mind, our curriculum leaders (a group of teachers drawn from across the School - both in ages taught and subject specialisms) are in the process of reviewing our curriculum to best equip the next generation of learners.

The pandemic and periods of time where lessons were delivered on screens or at a distance have helped us all to reflect on what we find most effective in the curriculum. For all this, however, we have agreed on certain guiding principles that we want to see in children’s learning:

  • Balance across the Curriculum and preserving what we do well.
  • The importance of :

    a. The extra curricular offering

    b. School trips

    c. Games and sport

    d. Enterprise and life skills

    • A strong pastoral support system and PSHE/Health and Wellbeing delivery.
    • Developing a culture of growth and change amongst staff and pupils.
    • Promoting equality and celebrating cultural diversity.
    • Developing transferrable skills and cross curricular learning.
    • A strong boarding ethos at the heart of the school.
    • Forging closer links with other partners in learning.

      The challenge now is to map our curriculum to spot gaps and repetition and to make sure that the skills and knowledge will best serve our children’s needs.

      I look forward to updating you with our findings and, as we implement the proposed changes, bringing in a process of inspection and review. We are determined that the Cargilfield children are given enjoy the very best learning experience that we can give them.

      Anjali Dholakia

      Academic Deputy Head

      January 2022

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      In a dynamic (and perhaps uncertain) age, we are conscious that a Cargilfield education needs to prepare our children for the challenges that we can foresee (and for many that we cannot). This is the challenge that the Headmaster has set us in his teaching and learning blog last year:

      https://www.cargilfield.com/teaching-and-learning/news/post?s=2021-06-07-educating-our-children-for-the-21st-century

      With that in mind, our curriculum leaders (a group of teachers drawn from across the School - both in ages taught and subject specialisms) are in the process of reviewing our curriculum to best equip the next generation of learners.

      The pandemic and periods of time where lessons were delivered on screens or at a distance have helped us all to reflect on what we find most effective in the curriculum. For all this, however, we have agreed on certain guiding principles that we want to see in children’s learning:

      • Balance across the Curriculum and preserving what we do well.
      • The importance of :

        a. The extra curricular offering

        b. School trips

        c. Games and sport

        d. Enterprise and life skills

        • A strong pastoral support system and PSHE/Health and Wellbeing delivery.
        • Developing a culture of growth and change amongst staff and pupils.
        • Promoting equality and celebrating cultural diversity.
        • Developing transferrable skills and cross curricular learning.
        • A strong boarding ethos at the heart of the school.
        • Forging closer links with other partners in learning.

          The challenge now is to map our curriculum to spot gaps and repetition and to make sure that the skills and knowledge will best serve our children’s needs.

          I look forward to updating you with our findings and, as we implement the proposed changes, bringing in a process of inspection and review. We are determined that the Cargilfield children are given enjoy the very best learning experience that we can give them.

          Anjali Dholakia

          Academic Deputy Head

          January 2022

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          Cargilfield where everyday is an adventure

          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]cargilfield.com or you can telephone her on 0131 336 2207.

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