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

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

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This was the first time we had entered the Cricket Scotland S1-S3 qualifying competition which was hosted by GWC. Having had very little quality opposition in the eight games we have played so far this term, it was a welcome challenge to face older players in this U15 competition.  Bigger boys, with big levers and who hit the ball a long way: it would be a test bit one that would show me who has the heart and bottle to stand up and not wilt under pressure when things get tough. No expectations of winning a game but more the chance to play against better opposition before we head in to the second half of the season after half term.

We would play three games, each one ten overs per side, and on what was a very blustery and at times bitterly cold day, it would be important that we bowled a disciplined line and length to avoid being hit to the boundary and then with the bat, play each ball on its merit and just look to accumulate runs as boundaries would be hard to come by given the speed the older opposition bowlers would bowl at. 

First up was Edinburgh Academy who included two old boys in their team and it was nice to see Jack and Finn again! Their big openers were quick to latch on to anything marginally short and peppered the boundary but once we dismissed them, wickets began to fall and they scored 106-7 in their 10 overs. In reply, we scored 48-2, batting very carefully, running the singles and we batted very sensibly against some quick bowling. Lots learned and after a nervous start with the ball, we bowled much fuller and took wickets which was super to see. Milo and Thomas bowled very well indeed and deservedly picked up wickets.

Our second game was against GWC, a team containing a number of Scotland u15 and Eastern Knights players  no easy task but batting first again, we scored 62-2 with Cody and Charles batting extremely well together against an excellent bowling attack, Cody was quick to punish anything loose and he won admiring comments from the opposition for his aggressive stroke play,  A terrific batting effort and although we bowled well, GWC easily chased down the target to clinch victory.

With my fingers icy cold and feet like blocks of ice, we faced Merchiston U15s in our final game of the day. We swapped the batting order around and Charlie SW opened and carried his bat ending up 20no after ten overs as we scored 48-1.  A super display of controlled batting, pushing the ball in to the gaps and rotating the strike well up again at some big, tall boys. Merchiston lost five wickets chasing down our total but it was another excellent effort with both bat and ball. 

In all three games, we lost fewer wickets than the opposition and just lacked the strength and power to hit boundaries unlike the 15 year old opponents. We did however bat very well, technically correct and all opposition coaches were very complimentary about the standard of cricket we played.

A very good day indeed and an excellent cricketing experience which we has been in short supply during the first half of term. Well played, boys!

 

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This was the first time we had entered the Cricket Scotland S1-S3 qualifying competition which was hosted by GWC. Having had very little quality opposition in the eight games we have played so far this term, it was a welcome challenge to face older players in this U15 competition.  Bigger boys, with big levers and who hit the ball a long way: it would be a test bit one that would show me who has the heart and bottle to stand up and not wilt under pressure when things get tough. No expectations of winning a game but more the chance to play against better opposition before we head in to the second half of the season after half term.

We would play three games, each one ten overs per side, and on what was a very blustery and at times bitterly cold day, it would be important that we bowled a disciplined line and length to avoid being hit to the boundary and then with the bat, play each ball on its merit and just look to accumulate runs as boundaries would be hard to come by given the speed the older opposition bowlers would bowl at. 

First up was Edinburgh Academy who included two old boys in their team and it was nice to see Jack and Finn again! Their big openers were quick to latch on to anything marginally short and peppered the boundary but once we dismissed them, wickets began to fall and they scored 106-7 in their 10 overs. In reply, we scored 48-2, batting very carefully, running the singles and we batted very sensibly against some quick bowling. Lots learned and after a nervous start with the ball, we bowled much fuller and took wickets which was super to see. Milo and Thomas bowled very well indeed and deservedly picked up wickets.

Our second game was against GWC, a team containing a number of Scotland u15 and Eastern Knights players  no easy task but batting first again, we scored 62-2 with Cody and Charles batting extremely well together against an excellent bowling attack, Cody was quick to punish anything loose and he won admiring comments from the opposition for his aggressive stroke play,  A terrific batting effort and although we bowled well, GWC easily chased down the target to clinch victory.

With my fingers icy cold and feet like blocks of ice, we faced Merchiston U15s in our final game of the day. We swapped the batting order around and Charlie SW opened and carried his bat ending up 20no after ten overs as we scored 48-1.  A super display of controlled batting, pushing the ball in to the gaps and rotating the strike well up again at some big, tall boys. Merchiston lost five wickets chasing down our total but it was another excellent effort with both bat and ball. 

In all three games, we lost fewer wickets than the opposition and just lacked the strength and power to hit boundaries unlike the 15 year old opponents. We did however bat very well, technically correct and all opposition coaches were very complimentary about the standard of cricket we played.

A very good day indeed and an excellent cricketing experience which we has been in short supply during the first half of term. Well played, boys!

 

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After a very busy week including lots of matches, drama performances, jubilee celebrations and Sports Day, half term has arrived! 

We hope you all enjoy a lovely break at home!

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We hope you all enjoy a lovely break at home!

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Cargilfield has won an impressive 39 awards in the recent UK wide Junior Maths Challenge for 11 to 14 year olds. Taken by Form 7 and 8 pupils in April, they achieved 39 certificates which was easily our best haul ever! (11 gold, 11 silver and 17 bronze).

Daniel came top followed by Joseph and Natasha.Daniel scored full marks of 135 out of 135 and is now entered into the prestigious Junior Olympiad competition.

Three other Gold winners – Joseph, Natasha and James did well enough to qualify for the Junior Kangaroo bonus round. (Only the top 10,000 were invited to sit a follow-on competition.)

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Well done to all who took part!

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Welcome to our latest mini concert, our final one of the first half of term. It has been a busy start to the term for all our musicians and it has been lovely to see how enthusiastic and committed they have been in their music making, and to have so many children keen to perform each week. After half term, there is a lot to look forward to, including our end of term concerts and performances and we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at these events later int he term.

You can watch it here

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U12A & B Cricket v MES

A very windy but sunny trip to Mary Erskine with the U12A&B’s girls Cricket Teams. MES and Cargilfield were very evenly matched with both hitting and fielding teams. The girls had the opportunity to play both teams giving them a lot of opportunities to practice their skills.

U12A

In our first game Isla G (Capt) and Beatrice started batting. It took the first over for the girls to make contact with the ball and start getting into the swing of things. MES managed to get a wicket.

Valentina and Savanna then came up in the 3rd over to work as a fantastic pair with Valentina scoring 15 runs. After we had all batted we came out to the field where the girls bowling stated strong and Isla G got 2 wickets. MES had some good strong batters hitting several beyond the boundaries for 4’s. The girls need to help each other out to relay and back up the balls but worked well as a team to stop MES from scoring too many runs.

Final Score Cargilfield 253, MES 229

In our second game we kept our same pairs and the girls started in the field, they were on fire holding the batters with 3 wickets in the first 2 overs. The girls continued with some consistent fielding and bowling by Emilia and Gabriella, Isla and Julia all to a strong MES team.

Isla and Bea started the batting off well with 4 balls being hit out of the boundary line. The batting continued steady with Gabriella and Emilia, Julia, Isla. The team played well and started to really get in to the swing of the game.

Final Score Cargilfield 240, MES 245

U12B

In our first match Tessa and Lexie were up to bat first. It took a wee while to get going but Lexie batted well until the bowler took her wicket. Amalia and Beth added to the total runs with Beth getting a 4 and then later on in the innings Lyla got another 4. Our fielding was good especially around the boundary but our opposition were a little stronger. Our bowling was steady but we only managed 1 wicket to MES’ 5 wickets.

Final score Cargilfield 212, MES 241

In our second match our bowling was a little stronger. Tessa managed to stop the bowler scoring at all when she was bowling. Amalia also managed a fantastic catch. Hattie took 2 wickets and Lyla and Beth both took one each. Our batting remained steady but we found it difficult to put the power behind our hits and get them to the boundary. However, overall, we were the stronger team.

Final score Cargilfield 224, MES 220

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U12A & B Cricket v MES

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U12A

In our first game Isla G (Capt) and Beatrice started batting. It took the first over for the girls to make contact with the ball and start getting into the swing of things. MES managed to get a wicket.

Valentina and Savanna then came up in the 3rd over to work as a fantastic pair with Valentina scoring 15 runs. After we had all batted we came out to the field where the girls bowling stated strong and Isla G got 2 wickets. MES had some good strong batters hitting several beyond the boundaries for 4’s. The girls need to help each other out to relay and back up the balls but worked well as a team to stop MES from scoring too many runs.

Final Score Cargilfield 253, MES 229

In our second game we kept our same pairs and the girls started in the field, they were on fire holding the batters with 3 wickets in the first 2 overs. The girls continued with some consistent fielding and bowling by Emilia and Gabriella, Isla and Julia all to a strong MES team.

Isla and Bea started the batting off well with 4 balls being hit out of the boundary line. The batting continued steady with Gabriella and Emilia, Julia, Isla. The team played well and started to really get in to the swing of the game.

Final Score Cargilfield 240, MES 245

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In our first match Tessa and Lexie were up to bat first. It took a wee while to get going but Lexie batted well until the bowler took her wicket. Amalia and Beth added to the total runs with Beth getting a 4 and then later on in the innings Lyla got another 4. Our fielding was good especially around the boundary but our opposition were a little stronger. Our bowling was steady but we only managed 1 wicket to MES’ 5 wickets.

Final score Cargilfield 212, MES 241

In our second match our bowling was a little stronger. Tessa managed to stop the bowler scoring at all when she was bowling. Amalia also managed a fantastic catch. Hattie took 2 wickets and Lyla and Beth both took one each. Our batting remained steady but we found it difficult to put the power behind our hits and get them to the boundary. However, overall, we were the stronger team.

Final score Cargilfield 224, MES 220

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The 3rds were hosted by Merchiston for a pairs, hard-ball match on a day when the weather kept everyone guessing with a forceful wind, intermittent showers and sunshine.Cargilfield took up the bat first, taking time to get into the game but eventually accumulated a total of 95 runs, helped by a few timely boundaries by Thabo and Zak, who were the last pairing of the innings.The windy conditions made accuracy a little harder but the boys made a good go of defending the total. 

After the first three overs the hosts were only on 3 runs; however, they soon found their rhythm and a few mis-fields on the short boundary boosted their confidence and let them back into the game.

The boys continued to put their best efforts in and despite a few fine wickets from Harry, Daniel and Thabo, they were not able to stem the flow of runs entirely and Merchiston ended the match with 59 more runs.

Well done to all the boys for their team spirit and effort.

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After the first three overs the hosts were only on 3 runs; however, they soon found their rhythm and a few mis-fields on the short boundary boosted their confidence and let them back into the game.

The boys continued to put their best efforts in and despite a few fine wickets from Harry, Daniel and Thabo, they were not able to stem the flow of runs entirely and Merchiston ended the match with 59 more runs.

Well done to all the boys for their team spirit and effort.

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Today we headed to Dollar Academy for an afternoon in the sun of Athletics. Our first athletics meet of the year and some great practice for Friday’s sports day.

With a strong Cargilfield squad, all selected on merit based on their athletics results gathered since the beginning of term. We started with the 80m sprints. This was a particularly successful event in the girls F7 race with Jess, Scarlett and Tessa all competing. All the girls had a great race with Jess finishing very strongly in first place with a time of 12.35. In the 200m we again had a fast representative with Tunrayo coming in first with a time of 32.75.

High Jump:

In the boys slippery High Jump, Daniel, George and Kit finished top 3 with the highest jump of the day by Daniel of 1.23m. Unfortunately, due to the weather the girls HJ was cancelled.

Long Jump:

F6 - Isla C 1st place, Valentina 2nd and Gabriella 3rd and 1st Tristan and 3rd place for Theo.

F7 - Maddie 1st place, Scarlett in 3rd & Tess in 4th and Kit 2nd place & Paddy 3rd.

Cricket ball:

F6 - Isla C 1st place, Beatrice 2nd & Emilia DH 4th. Boys 1st Theo & Tristan 4th.

F7 -Scarlett 1st , Izzy A 2nd & Maddie 3rd. Boys Sylvan 4th.

Cargilfield did well in the 800m with Paddy and Tunrayo both coming in first place followed closely Jess and Isla C both in 2nd, Sylvan, Rafa, Izzy A and Valentina all coming in 5th in their different age groups.

4x100m Relays success came to the F8 girls of Izzy A, Tunrayo, Maddie and Jess who all had a fantastic race with good transitions and speed winning in 1.04

Well done to whole squad from Cargilfield that were great representatives for the school and all had a fun afternoon at Dollar.

Final results:

Dollar 158

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With a strong Cargilfield squad, all selected on merit based on their athletics results gathered since the beginning of term. We started with the 80m sprints. This was a particularly successful event in the girls F7 race with Jess, Scarlett and Tessa all competing. All the girls had a great race with Jess finishing very strongly in first place with a time of 12.35. In the 200m we again had a fast representative with Tunrayo coming in first with a time of 32.75.

High Jump:

In the boys slippery High Jump, Daniel, George and Kit finished top 3 with the highest jump of the day by Daniel of 1.23m. Unfortunately, due to the weather the girls HJ was cancelled.

Long Jump:

F6 - Isla C 1st place, Valentina 2nd and Gabriella 3rd and 1st Tristan and 3rd place for Theo.

F7 - Maddie 1st place, Scarlett in 3rd & Tess in 4th and Kit 2nd place & Paddy 3rd.

Cricket ball:

F6 - Isla C 1st place, Beatrice 2nd & Emilia DH 4th. Boys 1st Theo & Tristan 4th.

F7 -Scarlett 1st , Izzy A 2nd & Maddie 3rd. Boys Sylvan 4th.

Cargilfield did well in the 800m with Paddy and Tunrayo both coming in first place followed closely Jess and Isla C both in 2nd, Sylvan, Rafa, Izzy A and Valentina all coming in 5th in their different age groups.

4x100m Relays success came to the F8 girls of Izzy A, Tunrayo, Maddie and Jess who all had a fantastic race with good transitions and speed winning in 1.04

Well done to whole squad from Cargilfield that were great representatives for the school and all had a fun afternoon at Dollar.

Final results:

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P2 performing the musical “The Giant Slayer”

A review from the audience.......“The excitement was almost tangible in the chapel with parents and children filing in and looking at the awesome backdrop taking us back a thousand years to the time of the Philistines and Israelites.The play opens out in the field where David is tending his sheep and practising his slingshot skills just in case a bear or wolf appeared. The first song ‘Only a lad called David’ was sung beautifully and all well in tune. The audience could see that they were in for a treat. We then enter David’s house where his intrepid brothers are preparing to go to war. Their doting mother is checking they have their toothbrushes and undies much to the boys’ embarrassment. Their father Jesse bids them farewell as they depart for the battlefield.

We are then introduced to the Israeli army suitably attired in their armour, shields and swords and helmets all intricately made from plastic, cardboard, tape, and papier mache. No one was goingto mess with them! There was one slight problem though ...flipping to the Philistine camp we could see that they had a secret weapon. And in scene 5 the song ‘Goliath’s threat’ told us that this one soldier could take on a whole army. All of a sudden, theIsraelis were less than keen to fight and in scene 6 they sang “We’ve all had enough”. Thank goodness for the narrators who kept us up to date with the story which gradually gained pace until Goliath appeared.The girls danced a routine with glittery pompoms and swooned when Goliath came into view booming his threats, daring anyone to come out and fight him. Oh no! who could stand up to him. Up steps David. Yes, a simple shepherd. In scene 7 he sings a beautiful solo, “I know you are here beside me” taking courage from God. But will He protect him? The tension is building. Surely, he cannot survive? In scene 9, on the battlefield, the children sing two songs “Five little stones” and “Zing, Ping, Thud”. That says it all, and Goliath was on the floor. “Good old David” was the final song. The audience were in raptures calling for an encore, and they were not disappointed. The children sang a reprise while taking their bows. Well done to all the children whose hard work paid off. For many it was the first time on a stage after Covid, and it is sure to stay in their memory. Well done, P2, as Mr Taylor said. “First Cargilfield chapel, next the West End or Edinburgh fringe. Who knows?”

A production like this cannot go ahead without the dedicated work of Mrs Quayle and Mrs Spencer. It takes many hours of work in and out of school time in order to put this together.Many thanks to them.”

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A production like this cannot go ahead without the dedicated work of Mrs Quayle and Mrs Spencer. It takes many hours of work in and out of school time in order to put this together.Many thanks to them.”

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The Potential Art Scholar Trip to Hospitalfield House in Arbroath was a fantastic opportunity for the children to spend a whole day making art. The 15 Potential Art Scholars created a series of ambitious observational drawings using charcoal, then pencil, then water colours. An industrious weekend for all! Hospitalfield House is an arts centre and historic house in Arbroath. It is regarded It is believed to be Scotland's first school of fine art. Today, Hospitalfield supports the production of new art work for artists at all stages in their career within a collegiate setting.

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The Potential Art Scholar Trip to Hospitalfield House in Arbroath was a fantastic opportunity for the children to spend a whole day making art. The 15 Potential Art Scholars created a series of ambitious observational drawings using charcoal, then pencil, then water colours. An industrious weekend for all! Hospitalfield House is an arts centre and historic house in Arbroath. It is regarded It is believed to be Scotland's first school of fine art. Today, Hospitalfield supports the production of new art work for artists at all stages in their career within a collegiate setting.

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St Mary's 44 all out

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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2nd XI Cricket vs St Mary’s

Won By 63 runs

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Overall, it was a really tight game, with St. Mary’s beating us by half a rounder!

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

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

Overall, it was a really tight game, with St. Mary’s beating us by half a rounder!

Well done, everyone!

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Under 11 B v St .Mary’s. Cricket

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

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

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

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

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

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U9 Rounders v St Mary’s

Lost 20½- 8½

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

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

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

Final score Cargilfield 12½ St Mary’s 20½

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Lost 20½- 8½

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

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Final score Cargilfield 12½ St Mary’s 20½

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Won by 30 runs

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

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

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

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

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

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U9 Boys Cricket v St Mary’s

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

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

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

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Well played, boys.

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After a strong performance against Strathallan last week the Cargilfield men returned to action on Wednesday against St Mary’s, Melrose. Having lost the toss Cargilfield were made to bowl on an early season wicket, that had plenty in it for the bowler and would reward a good line and length. Theo opened the bowling with Edward and the pair worked well in tandem, with Edward picking up two wickets in his first over. Our change bowlers of Oliver and Monty also got into the action and further restricting St Mary’s. A rallying middle order partnership restricted the Cargilfield momentum and the boys needed 80 runs to win the game

After an outstanding opening partnership of 37 by Caspian and Dexter the game was never really in doubt. This momentum carried through the innings with notable runs for Charles and Archie in amongst some excellent cameos from the wider group.

This maintains the superb start to the season and the boys were terrifically led by Charles this week. Additionally, there was a notable buzz in the field that led to some outstanding catching, ground fielding and throwing.

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Edward: 3 overs, 3 wickets for 9 runs

Monty: 3 overs, 2 wickers for 6 runs

Archie: 23* off 9 balls

Charles: 19

Dexter: 18*

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After a strong performance against Strathallan last week the Cargilfield men returned to action on Wednesday against St Mary’s, Melrose. Having lost the toss Cargilfield were made to bowl on an early season wicket, that had plenty in it for the bowler and would reward a good line and length. Theo opened the bowling with Edward and the pair worked well in tandem, with Edward picking up two wickets in his first over. Our change bowlers of Oliver and Monty also got into the action and further restricting St Mary’s. A rallying middle order partnership restricted the Cargilfield momentum and the boys needed 80 runs to win the game

After an outstanding opening partnership of 37 by Caspian and Dexter the game was never really in doubt. This momentum carried through the innings with notable runs for Charles and Archie in amongst some excellent cameos from the wider group.

This maintains the superb start to the season and the boys were terrifically led by Charles this week. Additionally, there was a notable buzz in the field that led to some outstanding catching, ground fielding and throwing.

Key figures:

Edward: 3 overs, 3 wickets for 9 runs

Monty: 3 overs, 2 wickers for 6 runs

Archie: 23* off 9 balls

Charles: 19

Dexter: 18*

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U13B Rounders v St Mary’s

Win 13.5 – 13

After a long coach journey, the U13Bs arrived at St Mary's. Cargilfield batted first and after a slow start, Annika and Bea batted well to take the 1st innings total to 6.5 rounders. However, they were complacent as they took to the field and St Mary's took advantage of our sleepiness to score 7 rounders, giving them the edge.

A productive team talk at the halfway mark sparked some competitiveness and the girls began batting well: Lily, Tessa and Judith all contributed rounders towards the total of 7 rounders. This energy continued into their fielding efforts and Aurelia took some good catches to stump people at second base. As a result, St Mary's were contained to 6 rounders and Cargilfield claimed victory by half a rounder.

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Today we headed to Melrose to play rounders against St Mary’s.

The team today; Lucy (Capt), Mariella (VC), Venetia, Esme, Tunrayo, Isabella, Lottie, Anna and Jessica. The team started in the field with some consistent bowling by Lottie and some very good hitting by St Mary's. The girls linking and passing in the field lacked accuracy and speed allowing St Mary's to get to 2nd base racking up 1/2 points. After 30 good balls and St Mary's scoring 6 points it was Cargilfield's turn to hit.

Our first points were gained with 2 home runs being scored by Anna and Jessica. The girls batting was a little inconsistent, but we worked hard to get to the 2nd base to gain 1/2 points. We finished on 5 points.

Cargilfield returned to the field with a couple of position changes. The teams throwing and catching were gelling better with the team catching several high balls to get players out, well done Esme x2, Venetia, Lucy, Mariella and Lottie.

We were now ready for our final inning of batting. We had 61/2 points to catch St Mary's. The girls came up one by one and had some great contact challenging St Mary's in the field. Several half rounders were achieved and some fast-tactical running. The girls worked hard to gain 5 points finishing with Cargilfield 10 & St Mary's 11 1/2.

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Our first points were gained with 2 home runs being scored by Anna and Jessica. The girls batting was a little inconsistent, but we worked hard to get to the 2nd base to gain 1/2 points. We finished on 5 points.

Cargilfield returned to the field with a couple of position changes. The teams throwing and catching were gelling better with the team catching several high balls to get players out, well done Esme x2, Venetia, Lucy, Mariella and Lottie.

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It was certainly a day for the Cargilfield cricket baseball caps today as there was plenty of sunshine on Inverleith for this hardball game against Stewart’s Melville.

Both coaches agreed to play a T20 at the request of their players and Oliver and Sylvan volunteered to open after we lost the toss and were put in to bat. Both boys played some good defensive shots but Oliver was out to a quick, straight ball and Sylvan followed after a fine catch at backward square leg. Conrad and Isabella made a solid partnership with excellent running and some very classy shots but both were bowled within a couple of balls after they tried to up the run rate. However, they had got us to 68 and set the platform for a good innings. Scarlett came in and after some tentative shots, she then began to loosen up and whilst being supported by Maddie, Rufus and Archie, reached 16 not out as we posted 112 for 6 after the 20 overs. 

Kit opened our bowling and took a wicket with his fifth ball! SMC battled back into it, reaching 49 after 10 overs. In came Kit again and he got his second wicket with another superb delivery. Orhan then took a wicket in the next over, troubling the batters with his looping balls on a good length. Sylvan took a wicket maiden in over 16 and Isabella took the final wicket in the last over and the hosts came up short by 25 runs.
Our bowling was really accurate today and it needed to be as we were giving 2 runs for a wide or no ball. We stifled the SMC charge with some terrific fielding from everyone but Oliver and George were particularly strong in this area. I was also really impressed with Rufus keeping wicket and coping with the pace of the bowlers. There were very few balls missed. He was close to getting a few run outs today but didn’t quite have the ball cleanly in his possession when hitting the stumps with the gloves.

A really enjoyable afternoon with the team being great company. Thanks to Stewart’s Melville for hosting and well done to all the players in both teams for their encouragement for one another in the field. Well done to Conrad for leading the team so well; a very mature performance. 

Scarlett was awarded the Player of the Match and received the match ball for her 16* but special mention to Kit and Sylvan for their superb bowling.

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Kit opened our bowling and took a wicket with his fifth ball! SMC battled back into it, reaching 49 after 10 overs. In came Kit again and he got his second wicket with another superb delivery. Orhan then took a wicket in the next over, troubling the batters with his looping balls on a good length. Sylvan took a wicket maiden in over 16 and Isabella took the final wicket in the last over and the hosts came up short by 25 runs.
Our bowling was really accurate today and it needed to be as we were giving 2 runs for a wide or no ball. We stifled the SMC charge with some terrific fielding from everyone but Oliver and George were particularly strong in this area. I was also really impressed with Rufus keeping wicket and coping with the pace of the bowlers. There were very few balls missed. He was close to getting a few run outs today but didn’t quite have the ball cleanly in his possession when hitting the stumps with the gloves.

A really enjoyable afternoon with the team being great company. Thanks to Stewart’s Melville for hosting and well done to all the players in both teams for their encouragement for one another in the field. Well done to Conrad for leading the team so well; a very mature performance. 

Scarlett was awarded the Player of the Match and received the match ball for her 16* but special mention to Kit and Sylvan for their superb bowling.

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U10A Rounders v St Mary’s

Won 9 - 8½

The sun was shining as Cargilfield won the toss and opted to field first. Emily was a fantastic bowler, who was right on target nearly every single time. Lottie was a vocal back-stop encouraging her team to pass to various other members, but equally threw some super shots to Helene when it was a backwards hit. With great hand-eye co-ordination, Helene was a force to be reckoned with on second post, ably backed up by Olivia and Rosanna. St Mary’s ended their first innings with 3 rounders.

We had a strong batting side, with Lottie and Thalia being our highest scorers at this point. We were commended by the St Mary’s coach on our powerful hits, which definitely helped towards our 5½ rounders score.

In the second innings, Olivia took up the reins as bowler. Scarlett did a fine job on first post, as did Emilia on third. Cargilfield got four St Mary’s batters out, although they did manage to score a solid 5½ rounders.

The last innings for Cargilfield was much harder than the first. St Mary’s’ bowler, a confessed novice, turned out to be an impressive catcher and meant that we found it harder to move beyond first post. Not only that, but a risk that proved too risky also meant that Lottie was “run out”. The two half rounders gained by Ceci were very much needed!

However, given our strong first half, we managed to just pull it out the bag and won by half a rounder.

I would like to commend the U10 team today on a fantastic attitude towards the match. They clapped when St Mary’s performed well, they cheered with great vigour at the final end and were a pleasure to umpire; very well done indeed, girls!

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The sun was shining as Cargilfield won the toss and opted to field first. Emily was a fantastic bowler, who was right on target nearly every single time. Lottie was a vocal back-stop encouraging her team to pass to various other members, but equally threw some super shots to Helene when it was a backwards hit. With great hand-eye co-ordination, Helene was a force to be reckoned with on second post, ably backed up by Olivia and Rosanna. St Mary’s ended their first innings with 3 rounders.

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In the second innings, Olivia took up the reins as bowler. Scarlett did a fine job on first post, as did Emilia on third. Cargilfield got four St Mary’s batters out, although they did manage to score a solid 5½ rounders.

The last innings for Cargilfield was much harder than the first. St Mary’s’ bowler, a confessed novice, turned out to be an impressive catcher and meant that we found it harder to move beyond first post. Not only that, but a risk that proved too risky also meant that Lottie was “run out”. The two half rounders gained by Ceci were very much needed!

However, given our strong first half, we managed to just pull it out the bag and won by half a rounder.

I would like to commend the U10 team today on a fantastic attitude towards the match. They clapped when St Mary’s performed well, they cheered with great vigour at the final end and were a pleasure to umpire; very well done indeed, girls!

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U11 Rounders vs St Mary’s

This week we had been working on our relaying skills during training sessions and were keen to make an impact in this our first home match. Shiryaa was our Captain who won the toss and elected to field first. Our fielding line up was strong with Miranda on second, Savannah on first and Isla C on back stop. Nadia was a good and steady bowler who kept the no balls to a minimum. Out in the deep Valentina and Bea gave their best efforts to relaying the ball back in. St Mary’s batted very well and ended the innings on 5 ½ rounders. When it was our turn to bat it took a little time to warm up. We were consistent though and kept our eye on the game which allowed us to sneak the odd half rounder in. We ended the innings on 7 ½.

Both sides knew that there was everything to play for and that we were fairly evenly matched. Both sides played their socks off hitting and fielding well. Valentina was probably our player of the match and being able to bat on the left allowed her to exploit a weakness in the opposition fielding. St Marys were also very strong clocking up a lot of half rounders.

Final score

Cargilfield 17, St Marys 13 ½

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U11 Rounders vs St Mary’s

This week we had been working on our relaying skills during training sessions and were keen to make an impact in this our first home match. Shiryaa was our Captain who won the toss and elected to field first. Our fielding line up was strong with Miranda on second, Savannah on first and Isla C on back stop. Nadia was a good and steady bowler who kept the no balls to a minimum. Out in the deep Valentina and Bea gave their best efforts to relaying the ball back in. St Mary’s batted very well and ended the innings on 5 ½ rounders. When it was our turn to bat it took a little time to warm up. We were consistent though and kept our eye on the game which allowed us to sneak the odd half rounder in. We ended the innings on 7 ½.

Both sides knew that there was everything to play for and that we were fairly evenly matched. Both sides played their socks off hitting and fielding well. Valentina was probably our player of the match and being able to bat on the left allowed her to exploit a weakness in the opposition fielding. St Marys were also very strong clocking up a lot of half rounders.

Final score

Cargilfield 17, St Marys 13 ½

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It was wonderful to welcome Mr Robin Dyer, the Headmaster of Ampleforth College, to preach in Chapel this morning. He talked to us about the importance of being able to fail successfully, and the importance of being willing to have a go in the first place; you learn much more from not being successful, and gaining the determination and resilience to keep trying until you are.

In a previous life, Mr Dyer was a professional cricketer at Warwickshire CCC and he told us about the number of failures he had as a batsman until he finally managed to score some runs. We all know that feeling!

Well done also to Form 5 who sang the anthem and the blessing so beautifully in today's service with Form 7 being away in Kincardinshire, up at The Burn.

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Learning multiplication tables

How can we help the children learn their tables?

This is perhaps one of the most commonly asked questions, asked by parents over the years. It is not always straightforward to answer, as different approaches work for different children. However, these are some ideas to try out, that I hope may help your children.

Condensing the task

Realising that they do not have to learn so many facts can come as a welcome relief. The commutative law means that 4 × 5 is the same as 5 × 4. So, when the children advance in their acquisition of the tables they start to realise they already know them, just the other way around.

If they know 3 × 8, they already know 8 × 3.

This picture of a “jojo” from Shanghai shows how Chinese children use a different pictorial representation when they are learning their tables. The learning is condensed.

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At Cargilfield we put the emphasis on learning the tables up to × 12, both as multiplications and divisions. We also stress to the children that they do not stop at × 12. Remembering that anything multiplied by 0 is 0 is important. This is an example of how we learn the 6 times table.

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A multiplication grid like the one below is often used to help the children revise the facts and to learn how to see them as divisions also.

Image

Chanting the tables

Chanting the tables with some movement, perhaps jogging on the spot, can be very effective. Movement can be very helpful. Mrs Collier, who runs a weekly times table club for the Form 4s and Form 5s, recently had the children following a trail of timetables questions around the room, challenging the children with the question, “How far can you go?”

Some children learn the tables pointing or tapping parts of their body as they recite the tables. They could perhaps do some aerobic moves as they chant them. Exercise helps us concentrate and can improve our mood and it’s fun!

Competition with siblings or parents is often a winner! Sibling rivalry can drive on learning.

Games for the car or out walking

Fizz buzz is a game where the children count. When they reach a multiple of 3, they have to say Fizz instead of the number, when they reach a multiple of five, they have to say Buzz, and of course, Fizz Buzz is required for multiples of both 3 and 5. Lots of fun and easy to adapt, for example with multiples of 3 and 6, or multiples of 4 and 8. Perhaps you could develop your own special words in place of Fizz and Buzz!

Sevens is also a counting game. The children start counting, with the first child to reach 7 saying instead a word of their choice, e.g. Bananas. From that point on, all numbers with a 7 in them, or a multiple of 7 or a number with digits the same, e.g. 11, 22, 33, are replaced by the chosen word. Lots of excellent listening and focus are required for this game and knowing the multiples, of course. The starting numbers could be any other single digit number.

Visual prompts and rhymes

Telling a story about or making a picture of a table fact can help the memory. This is an example of some work from a Form Five child. It helped her learn the facts and has been useful for the other children too.

Image

Focus on the most difficult. The seven times table is often considered to be the most challenging.

7 × 8 = 56 could be stuck up in the child’s bedroom or on doors until it is mastered. Try this with whichever fact the child is finding difficult to master and celebrate the facts they already know.

Computer Games

Online computer games can be very helpful giving lots of useful repetition. Examples include:

www.timetables.co.uk , hit the button (www.topmarks.co.uk ) and www.mathsframe.co.uk

This are used successfully in Times Tables Club at school. Parents might like to use them as a reward for the children, allowing them to practise once they have been introduced to each table.

Rewards!

Putting in the effort pays off handsomely as much of the work in the Upper School requires the children to be secure in their multiplication and division tables. As we say they need to know them both ways. They also need to have the answer in their heads as an immediate response, to have fluency. Research has shown that if children can commit these key facts to memory, their working memory is freed to enable deeper and more complex learning.

Of course, teachers then need to help build their conceptual understanding, their relational understanding and also an understanding of the structure of operations.

I enjoy it when the children realise that knowing:

2 × 3 = 6 also allows them to know 2 × 30 = 600 2 × 300 = 600 and further.

and of course, moving in the other direction:

0.2 × 3 = 0.6 0.2 × 30 = 6 etc.

Knowing these basic facts and using their knowledge of place value can open up so much more maths. It gives them power!

In my class we call moving from 2 × 3, to 2 × 30 and 2 × 300 super sizing,

and moving in the other direction to 2 × 0.3 super shrinking!

We have been working hard to develop our super powers and the children are enjoying doing so. Learning the multiplication tables is critical but having fun can help the learning.

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How can we help the children learn their tables?

This is perhaps one of the most commonly asked questions, asked by parents over the years. It is not always straightforward to answer, as different approaches work for different children. However, these are some ideas to try out, that I hope may help your children.

Condensing the task

Realising that they do not have to learn so many facts can come as a welcome relief. The commutative law means that 4 × 5 is the same as 5 × 4. So, when the children advance in their acquisition of the tables they start to realise they already know them, just the other way around.

If they know 3 × 8, they already know 8 × 3.

This picture of a “jojo” from Shanghai shows how Chinese children use a different pictorial representation when they are learning their tables. The learning is condensed.

Image

At Cargilfield we put the emphasis on learning the tables up to × 12, both as multiplications and divisions. We also stress to the children that they do not stop at × 12. Remembering that anything multiplied by 0 is 0 is important. This is an example of how we learn the 6 times table.

Image

A multiplication grid like the one below is often used to help the children revise the facts and to learn how to see them as divisions also.

Image

Chanting the tables

Chanting the tables with some movement, perhaps jogging on the spot, can be very effective. Movement can be very helpful. Mrs Collier, who runs a weekly times table club for the Form 4s and Form 5s, recently had the children following a trail of timetables questions around the room, challenging the children with the question, “How far can you go?”

Some children learn the tables pointing or tapping parts of their body as they recite the tables. They could perhaps do some aerobic moves as they chant them. Exercise helps us concentrate and can improve our mood and it’s fun!

Competition with siblings or parents is often a winner! Sibling rivalry can drive on learning.

Games for the car or out walking

Fizz buzz is a game where the children count. When they reach a multiple of 3, they have to say Fizz instead of the number, when they reach a multiple of five, they have to say Buzz, and of course, Fizz Buzz is required for multiples of both 3 and 5. Lots of fun and easy to adapt, for example with multiples of 3 and 6, or multiples of 4 and 8. Perhaps you could develop your own special words in place of Fizz and Buzz!

Sevens is also a counting game. The children start counting, with the first child to reach 7 saying instead a word of their choice, e.g. Bananas. From that point on, all numbers with a 7 in them, or a multiple of 7 or a number with digits the same, e.g. 11, 22, 33, are replaced by the chosen word. Lots of excellent listening and focus are required for this game and knowing the multiples, of course. The starting numbers could be any other single digit number.

Visual prompts and rhymes

Telling a story about or making a picture of a table fact can help the memory. This is an example of some work from a Form Five child. It helped her learn the facts and has been useful for the other children too.

Image

Focus on the most difficult. The seven times table is often considered to be the most challenging.

7 × 8 = 56 could be stuck up in the child’s bedroom or on doors until it is mastered. Try this with whichever fact the child is finding difficult to master and celebrate the facts they already know.

Computer Games

Online computer games can be very helpful giving lots of useful repetition. Examples include:

www.timetables.co.uk , hit the button (www.topmarks.co.uk ) and www.mathsframe.co.uk

This are used successfully in Times Tables Club at school. Parents might like to use them as a reward for the children, allowing them to practise once they have been introduced to each table.

Rewards!

Putting in the effort pays off handsomely as much of the work in the Upper School requires the children to be secure in their multiplication and division tables. As we say they need to know them both ways. They also need to have the answer in their heads as an immediate response, to have fluency. Research has shown that if children can commit these key facts to memory, their working memory is freed to enable deeper and more complex learning.

Of course, teachers then need to help build their conceptual understanding, their relational understanding and also an understanding of the structure of operations.

I enjoy it when the children realise that knowing:

2 × 3 = 6 also allows them to know 2 × 30 = 600 2 × 300 = 600 and further.

and of course, moving in the other direction:

0.2 × 3 = 0.6 0.2 × 30 = 6 etc.

Knowing these basic facts and using their knowledge of place value can open up so much more maths. It gives them power!

In my class we call moving from 2 × 3, to 2 × 30 and 2 × 300 super sizing,

and moving in the other direction to 2 × 0.3 super shrinking!

We have been working hard to develop our super powers and the children are enjoying doing so. Learning the multiplication tables is critical but having fun can help the learning.

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Welcome to our latest mini concert and we hope you enjoy so many super performances from children right across the school! As always, a big thank you to our talented team of music teachers who work so hard with the children and to all the parents who encourage good practice habi yea at home!

Do get in touch with Dr Allsop if you would like to appear on next week’s concert.

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Do get in touch with Dr Allsop if you would like to appear on next week’s concert.

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1stXI beat Strathallan by 144 runs

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Strathallan 22 all out (T Miller 4-2-3-3)

The sun shone today in rural Perthshire today and although it was not a very competitive afternoon if truth be told, the 1stXI produced a very good performance and played some excellent cricket, dominating with the bat and the ball and winning comfortably against what was an inexperienced Strathallan side.  That said, we did play very well in a number of aspects of the game, and once again, we managed to get everyone involved and to contribute to the team effort which will be important when we face one or two sterner tests later in the season.

Having arriving late due to a road closure which resulted in a considerable detour, we decided to bat first and today Charles and Alexander went in first and put on an excellent opening stand of 50 in seven overs: they both struck the ball nicely and ran well between the wickets, that is until Alex ran Charles out for a very impressive 21 - a pity he was cut off when going so well, but we were always looking for the quick single which is great and sometimes the odd run out will result. Alexander was out soon after, popping one to cover, also for 21, and his innings showed plenty of promise: he just needs to get his foot right to the ball and end his front knee more when playing through the off side, as he is susceptible to hitting the ball in the air through the covers.  This brought Cody in and he bludgeoned a quick fire 25 off just 8 balls, taking a real liking to their leg spinner, but then instead of looking to rotate the strike and push the single, he swiped across the line when another big score was beckoning for him. 

Milo played his best innings of the term coming in at 4, and then Charlie tried to push the score along before he was out in the 14th over which Brough James and Xander to the crease and they batted really well together, putting on an unbeaten stand of 46 batting with real tempo in the final few overs but also they manoeuvred the ball well in to the gaps given that Strathallan has basically put everyone back on to the boundary so it was not easy to hit 4s! Their wagon wheels make for excellent viewing, with shots all around the wicket and they ran lots of singles too which gave us an impressive 166-5 at the end of our 20 overs. This was an excellent batting display and everyone got going but it was just a shame that Charles, Alex and Cody did not go one to make a big score which was there for the taking given the bowling they were up against; I always say that good bowling makes you bat better, and this was true today as we went for one shot too many rather than play a bit straighter after getting one or two boundaries in the over.

166 would take some chasing and Strathallan never looked like getting anywhere near, and they didn't. We opened with Thomas and Felix, neither of whom had had a chance to bat, and both bowled well.  It took a little while for `Thomas to find his usual metronomic accuracy, but one be bowled straighter, he picked up 3 wickets in his four over spell, conceding just 3 runs - another fine effort with the ball for him!  Felix took 1-9 in his four over spell and looked to bowl a good length and really found his rhythm which bodes well for future games, but despite bowling a little waywardly, Cameron picked up two and Xander finished things off as we dismissed Strathallan for 22 runs.  We fielded very well, taking some good catches and another three run outs which was excellent to see.  It is never easy to keep focus when the result is not in doubt, so I was pleased that we did not give anything away in the filed and a=once again, there were very few extras.

So another terrific performance form the 1stXI and another rather one sided game.  We look forward to St Mary's Melrose at home next Wednesday, so keep working hard, boys.

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The sun shone today in rural Perthshire today and although it was not a very competitive afternoon if truth be told, the 1stXI produced a very good performance and played some excellent cricket, dominating with the bat and the ball and winning comfortably against what was an inexperienced Strathallan side.  That said, we did play very well in a number of aspects of the game, and once again, we managed to get everyone involved and to contribute to the team effort which will be important when we face one or two sterner tests later in the season.

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Milo played his best innings of the term coming in at 4, and then Charlie tried to push the score along before he was out in the 14th over which Brough James and Xander to the crease and they batted really well together, putting on an unbeaten stand of 46 batting with real tempo in the final few overs but also they manoeuvred the ball well in to the gaps given that Strathallan has basically put everyone back on to the boundary so it was not easy to hit 4s! Their wagon wheels make for excellent viewing, with shots all around the wicket and they ran lots of singles too which gave us an impressive 166-5 at the end of our 20 overs. This was an excellent batting display and everyone got going but it was just a shame that Charles, Alex and Cody did not go one to make a big score which was there for the taking given the bowling they were up against; I always say that good bowling makes you bat better, and this was true today as we went for one shot too many rather than play a bit straighter after getting one or two boundaries in the over.

166 would take some chasing and Strathallan never looked like getting anywhere near, and they didn't. We opened with Thomas and Felix, neither of whom had had a chance to bat, and both bowled well.  It took a little while for `Thomas to find his usual metronomic accuracy, but one be bowled straighter, he picked up 3 wickets in his four over spell, conceding just 3 runs - another fine effort with the ball for him!  Felix took 1-9 in his four over spell and looked to bowl a good length and really found his rhythm which bodes well for future games, but despite bowling a little waywardly, Cameron picked up two and Xander finished things off as we dismissed Strathallan for 22 runs.  We fielded very well, taking some good catches and another three run outs which was excellent to see.  It is never easy to keep focus when the result is not in doubt, so I was pleased that we did not give anything away in the filed and a=once again, there were very few extras.

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On a day where the weather truly couldn’t make up it’s mind our U11A boys took to the field to play Strathallan. With the weather in mind we agreed to play two 10 over matches to ensure all boys got a bat and a bowl. The first game saw Strathallan score 48 in their 10 overs. Notable bowling performances came from Edward (1-4) and Caspian (2-6), but there was excellent evidence of our improved concentration and energy in the field. After a methodical start by Harry and Maxi, Jamie and Caspian crashed the ball to all corners of the field to take the first game away from Strathallan.

The second game was very similar, with excellent ground fielding supporting accurate bowling to limit Strathallan to 47. Wilfred and Charles after a couple of lapses in concentration with their running put the team into a little bit of crisis. However, the ever reliable Caspian and Jamie scored freely again to take the side home. This was in addition to some fabulous late order hitting from Alexander, Dexter and Oliver.

Players of the match went to the F5 pair of Caspian and Jamie who over both games scored a partnership of 69* off 24 balls. Caspian finishing with 42* and Jamie 26*.

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On a day where the weather truly couldn’t make up it’s mind our U11A boys took to the field to play Strathallan. With the weather in mind we agreed to play two 10 over matches to ensure all boys got a bat and a bowl. The first game saw Strathallan score 48 in their 10 overs. Notable bowling performances came from Edward (1-4) and Caspian (2-6), but there was excellent evidence of our improved concentration and energy in the field. After a methodical start by Harry and Maxi, Jamie and Caspian crashed the ball to all corners of the field to take the first game away from Strathallan.

The second game was very similar, with excellent ground fielding supporting accurate bowling to limit Strathallan to 47. Wilfred and Charles after a couple of lapses in concentration with their running put the team into a little bit of crisis. However, the ever reliable Caspian and Jamie scored freely again to take the side home. This was in addition to some fabulous late order hitting from Alexander, Dexter and Oliver.

Players of the match went to the F5 pair of Caspian and Jamie who over both games scored a partnership of 69* off 24 balls. Caspian finishing with 42* and Jamie 26*.

A super performance from the boys!

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U9/U10 Cricket Team 1

vs St Georges P5 (Won by 12 runs)

There was a great deal of excitement and nerves for this our first cricket fixture. Team 1 featured 6 Under 9s and 4 Under 10s. We played five pairs per team, with each pair having four overs to bat and bowl. Wides and no-balls were not rebowled, 2 bowls were added to the batting total. The loss of a wicket meant the batters lost 5 runs. Livia our captain won the toss and elected to field first.

Athena bowled first having managed to hit the stumps in the warm up. She did take a wicket and she held the batting pair to a total of one run. Clara B, Livia and Isla S.A. also bowled well with their batters only scoring two runs in each over. Isla took our second wicket. We could have been a bit quicker with our fielding but we finished the overs with St Georges at 244 for 2 wickets.

When batting we started off very strongly with some fine hits, Athena, Beatrice and Livia hitting particularly well. We also showed good determination to run and scored several single runs in this way. Our final score was 256 for 3 wickets, a very close score,especially considering the many runs we won on no balls.

Well done on your first match, girls. Now that we know what fun it is to play cricket, we will be working even harder on our fielding, bowling and batting.

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vs St Georges P5 (Won by 12 runs)

There was a great deal of excitement and nerves for this our first cricket fixture. Team 1 featured 6 Under 9s and 4 Under 10s. We played five pairs per team, with each pair having four overs to bat and bowl. Wides and no-balls were not rebowled, 2 bowls were added to the batting total. The loss of a wicket meant the batters lost 5 runs. Livia our captain won the toss and elected to field first.

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When batting we started off very strongly with some fine hits, Athena, Beatrice and Livia hitting particularly well. We also showed good determination to run and scored several single runs in this way. Our final score was 256 for 3 wickets, a very close score,especially considering the many runs we won on no balls.

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In the second half of the game, Cargilfield was batting. The girls did extremely well and scored a good number of runs.

This put the girls on a total of 244 runs. The girls had four wickets scored against them which resulted in their final score being 224 runs. In the end it was a close game, losing by only four runs to St George’s (228-224). Congratulations girls on a competitive game, especially given it was your first fixture of cricket today! well done on all your efforts.

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In the first half of the game the girls were fielding. They demonstrated some excellent play; They were on the ball as soon as the opposing team had hit it, and were quick to get it back to the stumps. Their bowling was great too - congratulations to Jemima who scored a wicket against St George’s team by bowling the batter out. As a result, St George’s final score was 228 runs.

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This put the girls on a total of 244 runs. The girls had four wickets scored against them which resulted in their final score being 224 runs. In the end it was a close game, losing by only four runs to St George’s (228-224). Congratulations girls on a competitive game, especially given it was your first fixture of cricket today! well done on all your efforts.

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When it came to our boys’ turn to bat, they were prudent with their wickets and went after the ball to score some runs. Some glorious shots from Lochy started us off scoring many boundaries. With a shorter innings to score runs, each pair were gallant in their efforts to score runs and not loose wickets. We also ran fairly well between the wickets, with Arlo particularly showing great awareness of when to call an extra cheeky single to keep the score board ticking over. In the end, we managed to score 74 runs, which gave us a winning margin. Well played boys and keep up the excellent positive play.

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U11 Cricket v Loretto

Win

In unpredictable weather, the girls began their match against Loretto and quickly rallied as Isla and Bea opened the batting with authority. They found the significant Gillespie boundary and set the bar high for Loretto. They were followed by Emily and Scarlett who faced some very good bowling as Loretto was able to claim (what would be) their only wicket of the match. All of the Cargilfield batted well to accumulate a total of 168 runs - a very good score.

Loretto took to the field to face Val's bowling; her maiden over set the bar high and this was built on by Olivia and Scarlett. However, it was the excellent fielding from Emily and Thalia that was the highlight of the match: Loretto tried to sneak a single from Thalia's bowling but she denied them the run by taking off the bails before they could make it back to the crease. Nonetheless, Loretto was able to get their tally to the respectable score of 130.

Well done girls, a good team performance!

Isla & Bea: 24 runs

Emily & Scarlett: 10 runs

Olivia & Thalia: 12 runs, 1 wicket

Valentina & Emilia: 10 runs

Millie & Rosanna: 7 runs

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Loretto took to the field to face Val's bowling; her maiden over set the bar high and this was built on by Olivia and Scarlett. However, it was the excellent fielding from Emily and Thalia that was the highlight of the match: Loretto tried to sneak a single from Thalia's bowling but she denied them the run by taking off the bails before they could make it back to the crease. Nonetheless, Loretto was able to get their tally to the respectable score of 130.

Well done girls, a good team performance!

Isla & Bea: 24 runs

Emily & Scarlett: 10 runs

Olivia & Thalia: 12 runs, 1 wicket

Valentina & Emilia: 10 runs

Millie & Rosanna: 7 runs

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U13A Cricket v Loretto

Won by 64 runs

Having had a great start to the season the girls were very keen to keep the momentum going.

We lost the toss and were put into bat. After playing so much hard ball at training sessions we found it tricky to adjust to the different style of play you need when playing soft ball. Nevertheless, we continued to keep the scoreboard ticking over. With some fantastic batting from Venetia H and Isabella B we managed to put a very respectful total of 282.

Bowling had proved tricky all day with rain and windy conditions and we struggled to keep the extras down. Loretto batted really well but thanks to a couple of good overs from Tunrayo F and Issy A we were able to take a couple wickets and keep Loretto’s score down.

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It was a fantastic game of cricket and its brilliant to see the how far the team has come. Well done on a great win.

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What an afternoon for cricket. It really was four seasons in one day today with sunshine, heavy rain and a bit of wind. The girls were on great form and keen to put their skills to good use. We chose to field first and Lily and Anna opened the bowling. Both teams started the game well with a few great shots by the batsman and an early wicket. Each pair provided some great bowling. Our target when it was our turn to bat was 237. Once again, each pair put in their best efforts with Bea and Annika batting extremely well. We ended on 222 which meant a well-deserved victory to St Georges.

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U13B Girls' Cricket vs Loretto

The U13B Team travelled to Loretto in their first Cricket game of the season. The girls were excited for the game ahead and were motivated to play well as a team. The girls lead by Emilia S won the toss and chose to field first. They started off slow with their bowling finding it hard to keep it straight allowing Loretto to gain many points for wide balls and no balls. The team however did work well fielding making every effort to get the ball back to the wickets.

Loretto started off and scored 59 runs.

Now it was our turn to take on the batting which is where we excelled attempting to hit every ball, every rolling balls and being courageous with their running which they attempted at every opportunity. The girls pairs worked well and communication was very good. Our top scorer of the game was Lexi with 10 runs followed closely by Emilia on 8 runs. The girls learnt a lot and we very positive about the game, and scored 73 runs which meant we won the game. Well done!

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Loretto started off and scored 59 runs.

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It’s been a long time since we played Strathallan at cricket and nice to reignite the fixture. After a bit of a diversion in getting there due to an unexpected road closure, we arrived and got started promptly with Ewan winning the toss and choosing to bat. Everyone got to bat and we scored a very impressive 171 for 1 with particularly good batting and running between the wickets from Ewan (19) and Freddie (20) who opened and then Chay who top scored with 34 from just 16 balls.

Our bowling began spectacularly with Artie clean bowling their opening batter with the first ball of the innings. Zain also took a wicket and he and Artie had the most economical figures only conceding 8 runs from our 4 first overs.
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However, it was a lovely afternoon in Perthshire and everyone got to bat and bowl so what more can you ask for?!

Well played, boys but a special mention to Artie for his nicely played shots to the off side and excellent bowling which gives him a call up for the 2nd XI next week!

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Our bowling began spectacularly with Artie clean bowling their opening batter with the first ball of the innings. Zain also took a wicket and he and Artie had the most economical figures only conceding 8 runs from our 4 first overs.
Then everyone was allowed an over each with Zak taking two wickets in two balls, setting up the chance of a hat trick with his second over. It wasn’t to be but Conrad finished off the innings with a delightful delivery, hitting the bottom of off. There were chances a plenty to bowl the home team out for a lot less but two no balls, two dropped catches and missed run outs from close range allowed Strathallan a little longer at the crease. Our extras were quite disappointing with 22 in total.

However, it was a lovely afternoon in Perthshire and everyone got to bat and bowl so what more can you ask for?!

Well played, boys but a special mention to Artie for his nicely played shots to the off side and excellent bowling which gives him a call up for the 2nd XI next week!

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Under-12 Cricket at Strathallan Won by 120 runs

Our Under-12s travelled up to Strathallan. Having won the toss, captain for the day, Kit, elected to bat first. He made a good start, partnering with Archie B for the first wicket as they engineered some excellent singles until a pinpoint throw brought a run out for Strathallan. Orhan then joined Kit at the crease, and he struck some strong shots, one of which resulted in a four before he was caught at mid-on. When Sylvan came out to bat, he managed select the right strokes for each ball and quickly got his eye in, eventually accumulating 50 runs, including 10 fours, before he was retired on 50 not out. Rafa, Theo and Archie R all had good cameos in the final five overs, helping the side to 162, of which a sizeable portion were extras. In defending their total, each fielder got a chance to bowl one over. The bowling was impressive, with not very many wides bowled at all. Theo, Rafa, Oliver and Archie B each took one wicket, Kit took two in his over, and Sylvan took an impressive hat trick to finish off the match and secure a win by 120 runs. Well done to all the boys for the fine cricket and sportsmanship they displayed.

Under-12 Cricket at Strathallan Won by 120 runs

Our Under-12s travelled up to Strathallan. Having won the toss, captain for the day, Kit, elected to bat first. He made a good start, partnering with Archie B for the first wicket as they engineered some excellent singles until a pinpoint throw brought a run out for Strathallan.

Orhan then joined Kit at the crease, and he struck some strong shots, one of which resulted in a four before he was caught at mid-on. When Sylvan came out to bat, he managed select the right strokes for each ball and quickly got his eye in, eventually accumulating 50 runs, including 10 fours, before he was retired on 50 not out. Rafa, Theo and Archie R all had good cameos in the final five overs, helping the side to 162, of which a sizeable portion were extras.

In defending their total, each fielder got a chance to bowl one over. The bowling was impressive, with not very many wides bowled at all. Theo, Rafa, Oliver and Archie B each took one wicket, Kit took two in his over, and Sylvan took an impressive hat trick to finish off the match and secure a win by 120 runs. Well done to all the boys for the fine cricket and sportsmanship they displayed.

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Orhan then joined Kit at the crease, and he struck some strong shots, one of which resulted in a four before he was caught at mid-on. When Sylvan came out to bat, he managed select the right strokes for each ball and quickly got his eye in, eventually accumulating 50 runs, including 10 fours, before he was retired on 50 not out. Rafa, Theo and Archie R all had good cameos in the final five overs, helping the side to 162, of which a sizeable portion were extras.

In defending their total, each fielder got a chance to bowl one over. The bowling was impressive, with not very many wides bowled at all. Theo, Rafa, Oliver and Archie B each took one wicket, Kit took two in his over, and Sylvan took an impressive hat trick to finish off the match and secure a win by 120 runs. Well done to all the boys for the fine cricket and sportsmanship they displayed.

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Girls cricket at Cargilfield has grown massively in the past 3 years, going from a handful of girls to us now being able to field an entire 11 a side hardball side at Under 13 level. For the first time ever, we have entered both girls and boys teams into the Cricket Scotland competitions with the view that more matches and opportunities will help develop these players and give them experience that they can take with them as they move on. The only hardball competition for girls is one where teams are made up of girls from S1-S6. Our team is made up of girls from P7 and S1.

To qualify for the finals, you have to win a preliminary round and we were drawn against Fettes. Not just any Fettes team, but one which contained two of the old girls mentioned earlier. Fettes invited us to play on 'Turf', their main senior school wicket and what a lovely, mild and sunny evening it was. There was a strong support for a Tuesday evening with parents and former pupils, keen to see how our girls would fair. The format was an eight a side, ten over match with each bowler allowed to bowl two overs maximum. 

Fettes batted first and Isabella B who was captaining the side, opened the bowling losing just 5 runs from it. Isabella A bowled next and clean bowled one of their openers with her first delivery. There was great excitement and lots of muttering from the boundary from the crowd about how good our opening bowlers were. Both Isabellas were the pick of our bowlers only losing 17 runs from their 4 overs. We fielded well, particularly through Lottie and Tunrayo, but with lots of space, Fettes grew into the batting with former Cargilfield pupil, Flora, scoring an impressive 24 from 14 balls before being retired and then the other former pupil, Izzy A doing even better with 30 from 12. Given we had them at 5-1, heads were down a bit after letting them reach 95/1 after 10 overs. 

We were still in it, however, and knew that with only 8 fielders, there were going to be gaps. Isabella B and Venetia began with intent and made some quick singles before Veneita fell to the excellent spin bowling of one of their openers and their wicket taking a good catch behind. Isabella A came in and played some lovely, well-timed shots. Fettes' fielding was sharp and we lost both Isabella's to run-outs as wel looked to get the scoreboard ticking over. Esme came in and looked to play some shots but fell to a straight delivery but we showed we had depth to our batting, with Form 7s, Maddy and Scarlett playing some super shots and getting us past 50 with some boundaries.
We lost the match by 44 runs but the girls should feel very proud of how well they played against a much older and more experienced team. We gave a great account of ourselves and this experience can only help give the girls confidence as the term continues. We lasted the full 10 overs, scored 50 runs and provided an excellent spectacle. Well played, girls!

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Girls cricket at Cargilfield has grown massively in the past 3 years, going from a handful of girls to us now being able to field an entire 11 a side hardball side at Under 13 level. For the first time ever, we have entered both girls and boys teams into the Cricket Scotland competitions with the view that more matches and opportunities will help develop these players and give them experience that they can take with them as they move on. The only hardball competition for girls is one where teams are made up of girls from S1-S6. Our team is made up of girls from P7 and S1.

To qualify for the finals, you have to win a preliminary round and we were drawn against Fettes. Not just any Fettes team, but one which contained two of the old girls mentioned earlier. Fettes invited us to play on 'Turf', their main senior school wicket and what a lovely, mild and sunny evening it was. There was a strong support for a Tuesday evening with parents and former pupils, keen to see how our girls would fair. The format was an eight a side, ten over match with each bowler allowed to bowl two overs maximum. 

Fettes batted first and Isabella B who was captaining the side, opened the bowling losing just 5 runs from it. Isabella A bowled next and clean bowled one of their openers with her first delivery. There was great excitement and lots of muttering from the boundary from the crowd about how good our opening bowlers were. Both Isabellas were the pick of our bowlers only losing 17 runs from their 4 overs. We fielded well, particularly through Lottie and Tunrayo, but with lots of space, Fettes grew into the batting with former Cargilfield pupil, Flora, scoring an impressive 24 from 14 balls before being retired and then the other former pupil, Izzy A doing even better with 30 from 12. Given we had them at 5-1, heads were down a bit after letting them reach 95/1 after 10 overs. 

We were still in it, however, and knew that with only 8 fielders, there were going to be gaps. Isabella B and Venetia began with intent and made some quick singles before Veneita fell to the excellent spin bowling of one of their openers and their wicket taking a good catch behind. Isabella A came in and played some lovely, well-timed shots. Fettes' fielding was sharp and we lost both Isabella's to run-outs as wel looked to get the scoreboard ticking over. Esme came in and looked to play some shots but fell to a straight delivery but we showed we had depth to our batting, with Form 7s, Maddy and Scarlett playing some super shots and getting us past 50 with some boundaries.
We lost the match by 44 runs but the girls should feel very proud of how well they played against a much older and more experienced team. We gave a great account of ourselves and this experience can only help give the girls confidence as the term continues. We lasted the full 10 overs, scored 50 runs and provided an excellent spectacle. Well played, girls!

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We decided to make ice cream, one plant based and one from cream. The plant based one had ingredients that have travelled here from India, the one with cream came from Miss Nicol’s friends’ dairy/farm shop less than an hour away.

We all tasted the ice cream and used tally charts to find out which one was the best. We decided the cream one was the tastiest and in our opinion was better for the environment as it had travelled less food miles.

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Welcome to our first mini concert of the term. It has been lovely to have the children back and enjoying their music so much, and making use of all their practice times. The Music School is a very busy place in the afternoons as children come in to practice and thank you to all the parents who support their children’s musical development at home too.

We hope you enjoy our mini concert and if your child would like to perform next week, please let Dr Allsop know.

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We hope you enjoy our mini concert and if your child would like to perform next week, please let Dr Allsop know.

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Cargilfield will be at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August performing Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'! 

The children of Cargilfield School present an abridged version of Shakespeare's classic love story, performed in the round in Shakespeare's original language. A modern day sound track, together with mime and dance, make this a memorable experience for both cast and audience. Performed in the intimate setting of the Young Room within the beautiful Stockbridge Parish Church.See below for more information.

Date: 11th, 12th, 13th August

Where: Venue 317, Stockbridge Church, EH3 5BN

Tickets: bit.ly/3P19aKk

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Date: 11th, 12th, 13th August

Where: Venue 317, Stockbridge Church, EH3 5BN

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This morning, some of our Form 7s joined Cramond Primary to take part in a debating session. They collaborated with the Cramond PS P7s and together conducted research for the motion, "This house believes we have the right to say whatever we choose." We then had a parliamentary style debate whereby there was a mix of Cramond and Cargilfield children. Both sides gave interesting speeches with lots of different points. However, the voting at the end meant that the motion was defeated. Well done to all who took part! #cargilfieldconnected

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We love hearing news from our former pupils! You can register your details here https://cargilfield.com/former-pupils/ to receive updates of all our exciting plans to celebrate Cargilfield's 150th Anniversary in 2023. 

A number of events have already been planned for former pupils, parents and friends of Cargilfield including drinks at the New Club, a reception at the House of Lords, a 150 Golf Day, Cricket and Hockey matches and our 150th Ball in July 2023. 

Many more events to follow, and our former pupil Facebook Page has more details here https://www.facebook.com/CargilfieldPasttoPresent.

News from former pupils can be read here https://www.cargilfield.com/forme.../news-from-former-pupils.

Please do get back in touch and let us know what you are doing!

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We love hearing news from our former pupils! You can register your details here https://cargilfield.com/former-pupils/ to receive updates of all our exciting plans to celebrate Cargilfield's 150th Anniversary in 2023. 

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Many more events to follow, and our former pupil Facebook Page has more details here https://www.facebook.com/CargilfieldPasttoPresent.

News from former pupils can be read here https://www.cargilfield.com/forme.../news-from-former-pupils.

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After a strong performance against Merchiston over the weekend the Cargilfield men returned to action on Wednesday against Loretto. Having lost the toss Cargilfield were put into bat first on a good early season wicket, that had plenty in it for the bowler and would reward patient batting. Monty and Archie opened up and were watchful initially before a string of boundaries took Archie to retirement. Rafa came in and with Monty continued a strong start to the Cargilfield innings, with two further retirements coming and the score at 77-0. A strong middle order showing from Oliver, Mack and Dexter allowed Harry to come in and blast 9 off 4 balls to leave Loretto with 121 to chase.

Theo and Maxi shared the new ball and caused problems for Loretto from the outset of their innings with a probing line and length. Maxi really standing out with terrific figures of 3 overs, 1 maiden, 1 wicket for 4 runs. This was continued into the middle of the Loretto innings with Jamie, Senuka and Tristan all bowling economically. This was importantly supported with excellent ground fielding and catching as a collective. The final over was bowled by Archie who wrapped things up with two wickets to complete an excellent all-round performance.

A superb start to the season and the boys were terrifically led by Monty this week. He was proactive, encouraging and really set the tone of how we want to play this season. Well done!

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After a strong performance against Merchiston over the weekend the Cargilfield men returned to action on Wednesday against Loretto. Having lost the toss Cargilfield were put into bat first on a good early season wicket, that had plenty in it for the bowler and would reward patient batting. Monty and Archie opened up and were watchful initially before a string of boundaries took Archie to retirement. Rafa came in and with Monty continued a strong start to the Cargilfield innings, with two further retirements coming and the score at 77-0. A strong middle order showing from Oliver, Mack and Dexter allowed Harry to come in and blast 9 off 4 balls to leave Loretto with 121 to chase.

Theo and Maxi shared the new ball and caused problems for Loretto from the outset of their innings with a probing line and length. Maxi really standing out with terrific figures of 3 overs, 1 maiden, 1 wicket for 4 runs. This was continued into the middle of the Loretto innings with Jamie, Senuka and Tristan all bowling economically. This was importantly supported with excellent ground fielding and catching as a collective. The final over was bowled by Archie who wrapped things up with two wickets to complete an excellent all-round performance.

A superb start to the season and the boys were terrifically led by Monty this week. He was proactive, encouraging and really set the tone of how we want to play this season. Well done!

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Thanks to their great batting performance, the girls were able to come away with a win, beating Loretto by half a rounder (10.5 - 10). Overall, It was an enjoyable afternoon out in the sun. Congratulations to the U13 B2 girls on winning the game.

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Thanks to their great batting performance, the girls were able to come away with a win, beating Loretto by half a rounder (10.5 - 10). Overall, It was an enjoyable afternoon out in the sun. Congratulations to the U13 B2 girls on winning the game.

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The final score was 5.5 - 5, well done girls!

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The final score was 5.5 - 5, well done girls!

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Cargilfield 174 all out (19.3 overs) (C S-Wilson 40, C Adams 39)

Loretto 52 – 8 (20 overs)

After the pretty driech afternoon on Saturday in our win against Merchiston, it was lovely to be greeted by warm sunshine when we made the short trip over to Musselburgh this week, and playing on their 1stXI square is always a real treat – a terrific setting for a game of cricket!

We lost the toss and were put in to bat (thank goodness). This week, Milo and Xander moved to the top of the order but unfortunately Milo fell in the first over, scooping a short ball to mid wicket; so early in your innings, you just need to drop it at your feet rather than push with the bottom hand. Look for singles and be patient rather than trying to force it too early. Xander played some good shots but was out for 13, bowled not moving his feet and stuck in the crease. Cameron came and went and so it was left to Cody and Charlie to rebuid the innings putting on 62 in seven overs; the pair of them batted very sensibly and patiently against some pretty wayward bowling – concentrating is much easier when the bowling is accurate – and they ran well together as well as looking to hit the ball to the boundary. It is important not to get carried away and try to hit the ball too hard, particularly when it is down the legside, but both played very well today and it was good to see Charlie getting his first score of the season. Just remember to get that big stride forward on the front foot so you do not overbalance and get stuck in the crease. When Charlie was out in the 16th over, James batted extremely positively scoring 34 from just 18 balls to push us up towards 180: he struck the ball powerfully to the boundary and gave us just the impetus the innings needed as we were all out in the final over for 174. An imposing total which would take some chasing.

In reply, right from the off, Loretto found it hard to score due to the accurate bowling and excellent ground fielding from the whole team – such an improvement from Saturday when we gifted Merchiston so many extras! Alexander grabbed another two wickets as he bowled a very good four over spell (4-1-13-2) to get us off to the perfect start, and Charles was very miserly at the other end, picking up a wicket too. My mantra at this level (and indeed at any level of cricket) is to ‘bowl at the stumps’ – the vast majority of prep school cricketers are out bowled, and perhaps one or two of us were guilty of bowling at a 5th stump which is fine, but given the paucity of run scoring from the Loretto team, the straight ball was the one required today. Once again, Thomas and Oliver bowled excellent spells, both picking up two wickets as the runs dried up and Loretto ended up on 52 for 8 after their 20 overs. A very convincing win.

I made a bet at the start of the day that having given away 57 extras on Saturday (I know, just typing it again gives me nightmares!), if we conceded 15 or less today, I would get the team a Lucas ice cream at the end of the game……it was sweaty palm time as we reached 15 with still two overs to go and somehow kept our nerve to give nothing else away so there were plenty of smiles as the innings closed and a trip to the Lucas ice cream shop beckoned! A much tighter performance in the field today though which bodes well for the coming weeks.

Well played, boys. An excellent performance albeit the opposition were not strong. Hopefully sterner tests await.IMG 3627

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After the pretty driech afternoon on Saturday in our win against Merchiston, it was lovely to be greeted by warm sunshine when we made the short trip over to Musselburgh this week, and playing on their 1stXI square is always a real treat – a terrific setting for a game of cricket!

We lost the toss and were put in to bat (thank goodness). This week, Milo and Xander moved to the top of the order but unfortunately Milo fell in the first over, scooping a short ball to mid wicket; so early in your innings, you just need to drop it at your feet rather than push with the bottom hand. Look for singles and be patient rather than trying to force it too early. Xander played some good shots but was out for 13, bowled not moving his feet and stuck in the crease. Cameron came and went and so it was left to Cody and Charlie to rebuid the innings putting on 62 in seven overs; the pair of them batted very sensibly and patiently against some pretty wayward bowling – concentrating is much easier when the bowling is accurate – and they ran well together as well as looking to hit the ball to the boundary. It is important not to get carried away and try to hit the ball too hard, particularly when it is down the legside, but both played very well today and it was good to see Charlie getting his first score of the season. Just remember to get that big stride forward on the front foot so you do not overbalance and get stuck in the crease. When Charlie was out in the 16th over, James batted extremely positively scoring 34 from just 18 balls to push us up towards 180: he struck the ball powerfully to the boundary and gave us just the impetus the innings needed as we were all out in the final over for 174. An imposing total which would take some chasing.

In reply, right from the off, Loretto found it hard to score due to the accurate bowling and excellent ground fielding from the whole team – such an improvement from Saturday when we gifted Merchiston so many extras! Alexander grabbed another two wickets as he bowled a very good four over spell (4-1-13-2) to get us off to the perfect start, and Charles was very miserly at the other end, picking up a wicket too. My mantra at this level (and indeed at any level of cricket) is to ‘bowl at the stumps’ – the vast majority of prep school cricketers are out bowled, and perhaps one or two of us were guilty of bowling at a 5th stump which is fine, but given the paucity of run scoring from the Loretto team, the straight ball was the one required today. Once again, Thomas and Oliver bowled excellent spells, both picking up two wickets as the runs dried up and Loretto ended up on 52 for 8 after their 20 overs. A very convincing win.

I made a bet at the start of the day that having given away 57 extras on Saturday (I know, just typing it again gives me nightmares!), if we conceded 15 or less today, I would get the team a Lucas ice cream at the end of the game……it was sweaty palm time as we reached 15 with still two overs to go and somehow kept our nerve to give nothing else away so there were plenty of smiles as the innings closed and a trip to the Lucas ice cream shop beckoned! A much tighter performance in the field today though which bodes well for the coming weeks.

Well played, boys. An excellent performance albeit the opposition were not strong. Hopefully sterner tests await.IMG 3627

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After a lovely match tea, we went out to bat with Chay and Otis opening. Chay hit 10 runs from 3 balls before being caught and Zak fell for 4 on his second ball by swinging at a straight delivery. Ewan came in and played some excellent shots, batting till the end. Wickets fell as he kept batting but Conrad then came in to see us home with the winning run. There were some suspicious calls which resulted in needless run outs today, as well as 2 golden ducks!! We need to learn to block the straight balls!

Ewan scored 23 not out but as a result of running out two of his team mates(!), has to share the player of the match award with Conrad for not only his 3 wicket haul but also his sensible batting and calling to get us over the line. He also kept wicket well to give our regular keeper, Ewan, a bowl!

The main lesson to take from today’s game is that when you are chasing a modest total (in this case 68), you don’t need to take risks when running between the wickets and you don’t need to slog at every ball: play the shots sensibly against the straight balls and take on the bad balls; rotate the strike and take the singles.

Well done to Loretto today; although they perhaps left a few runs out there during their innings, their bowling and fielding was outstanding and they made it an exciting game. Thank you to them for their hospitality. Well done to all the boys; once again, another very enjoyable sunny afternoon with the 2nd XI.

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After a lovely match tea, we went out to bat with Chay and Otis opening. Chay hit 10 runs from 3 balls before being caught and Zak fell for 4 on his second ball by swinging at a straight delivery. Ewan came in and played some excellent shots, batting till the end. Wickets fell as he kept batting but Conrad then came in to see us home with the winning run. There were some suspicious calls which resulted in needless run outs today, as well as 2 golden ducks!! We need to learn to block the straight balls!

Ewan scored 23 not out but as a result of running out two of his team mates(!), has to share the player of the match award with Conrad for not only his 3 wicket haul but also his sensible batting and calling to get us over the line. He also kept wicket well to give our regular keeper, Ewan, a bowl!

The main lesson to take from today’s game is that when you are chasing a modest total (in this case 68), you don’t need to take risks when running between the wickets and you don’t need to slog at every ball: play the shots sensibly against the straight balls and take on the bad balls; rotate the strike and take the singles.

Well done to Loretto today; although they perhaps left a few runs out there during their innings, their bowling and fielding was outstanding and they made it an exciting game. Thank you to them for their hospitality. Well done to all the boys; once again, another very enjoyable sunny afternoon with the 2nd XI.

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U9 Cricket v Loretto

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The U9 boys enjoyed a fun first game of Cricket against our chums from Musselburgh. Our captain for the day, Wilf, won the toss and opted to field first, sending the Loretto boys straight into bat in the hot cauldron that was the Harper Gow Astro. Stu and Oliver bowled first and I was impressed with the consistent accuracy of their deliveries. Wilf and Torin were next demonstrating some accomplished actions including some nice leg-spin from Wilf. Salman and Miguel came on next, continuing an impressive show of U9 soft ball bowling. Seb and William stuck to their rythmn and were bowling with more accuracy by the end of their three overs. Teddy and Timothy came in last and bowled a steady and accurate length and line, which restricted the runs from the Loretto batsmen. Our fielding was sharp and brave with some fantastic stops, particularly from William who almost took an amazing catch but stopped a sure boundary. At the end of their innings, the Loretto lads scored 55 runs.

Our batting today was strong and fun to watch. The boys went after the ball, hitting hard and looking to score runs. We even managed a few runs from misfields, which, at this age, was impressive to see. We saw a couple of cover drives from Wilf and Torin who both looked to be playing proper cricket shots. Stuart has a natural ability to shamsh the ball, which always accompanied with a charming and pleased-looking grin! After some truly impressive innings, we managed to score 117 runs.

Well played, boys, an entertaining and encouraging game of U9 cricket!

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The U9 boys enjoyed a fun first game of Cricket against our chums from Musselburgh. Our captain for the day, Wilf, won the toss and opted to field first, sending the Loretto boys straight into bat in the hot cauldron that was the Harper Gow Astro. Stu and Oliver bowled first and I was impressed with the consistent accuracy of their deliveries. Wilf and Torin were next demonstrating some accomplished actions including some nice leg-spin from Wilf. Salman and Miguel came on next, continuing an impressive show of U9 soft ball bowling. Seb and William stuck to their rythmn and were bowling with more accuracy by the end of their three overs. Teddy and Timothy came in last and bowled a steady and accurate length and line, which restricted the runs from the Loretto batsmen. Our fielding was sharp and brave with some fantastic stops, particularly from William who almost took an amazing catch but stopped a sure boundary. At the end of their innings, the Loretto lads scored 55 runs.

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U10B Rounders

What a fabulous day for playing rounders! We fielded a team of 5 Under 9s and 4 Under 10s to play a Loretto U10B team. Lotte our captain won the toss and chose to field first. Unfortunately, Isla and Alice struggled a little with the bowling and we did lose rounders for no balls. However, on the plus side, we were quick at returning the ball to the bowler and shouting “Stop!” This reduced the actual scoring from Loretto. Indeed, in the first inning they scored six rounders off no balls and just 2 additional half rounders. Loretto bowler Chloe was more accurate but although we did hit the balls we needed more pace to get to second post. Livia was the exception, scoring a fine rounder and 2 halves. Praise and Rosanna managed to get themselves stumped out and need to look more carefully the next time.

The second innings was much closer with Loretto scoring six rounders compared to five and a half for Cargilfield. Some fumbled fielding allowed Honour to get two rounders. We need to be sharper to avoid this happening. Praise, Rosanna, Livia and Lotte scored half rounders and we looked more competitive. Helene tried really hard on her first outing for Cargilfield. Well done! Overall, we enjoyed the game and the fine weather.

Final score Loretto 13, Cargilfield 9.

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What a fabulous day for playing rounders! We fielded a team of 5 Under 9s and 4 Under 10s to play a Loretto U10B team. Lotte our captain won the toss and chose to field first. Unfortunately, Isla and Alice struggled a little with the bowling and we did lose rounders for no balls. However, on the plus side, we were quick at returning the ball to the bowler and shouting “Stop!” This reduced the actual scoring from Loretto. Indeed, in the first inning they scored six rounders off no balls and just 2 additional half rounders. Loretto bowler Chloe was more accurate but although we did hit the balls we needed more pace to get to second post. Livia was the exception, scoring a fine rounder and 2 halves. Praise and Rosanna managed to get themselves stumped out and need to look more carefully the next time.

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Final score Loretto 13, Cargilfield 9.

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U11 A Rounders V Loretto

It was a fabulous sunny day for our first match of the season. Not all of our squad had played together before so, we were very much taking this game as it came and looking at where we all fitted into position. We batted first with Savannah and Bea both scoring off their first ball. Bea just got better and better as the game progressed and was our highest scorer in the game. Nadia, Izzy and Valentina all scored in the first innings and we ended on a respectable 5 ½ rounders. Our fielding was strong today and probably better in the first innings. The triangle of Savannah at first, Izzy at backstop and Miranda on 2nd worked very well. Nadia made a super catch in the deep off first and the Loretto side were all out at 25 balls.

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Final score Cargilfield 12 ½ , Loretto 3 ½

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It was a fabulous sunny day for our first match of the season. Not all of our squad had played together before so, we were very much taking this game as it came and looking at where we all fitted into position. We batted first with Savannah and Bea both scoring off their first ball. Bea just got better and better as the game progressed and was our highest scorer in the game. Nadia, Izzy and Valentina all scored in the first innings and we ended on a respectable 5 ½ rounders. Our fielding was strong today and probably better in the first innings. The triangle of Savannah at first, Izzy at backstop and Miranda on 2nd worked very well. Nadia made a super catch in the deep off first and the Loretto side were all out at 25 balls.

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Final score Cargilfield 12 ½ , Loretto 3 ½

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U13A Rounder v Loretto

20 – 9

Today marked the first rounders game of the season. With the sun shining our U13A squad took to the field; Rounders Captain Lucy and Vice-Captain Mariella, Venetia, Scarlett, Tunrayo, Esme, Maddie, Isabella B, Lottie, Mariella and Annika.

The game started with a strong combination of Lottie bowling, Scarlett back stop, Maddie 1st base, Venetia on 2nd and Mariella on 3rd. The girls communicated well to pass the ball to the bases that Loretto were running too. The girls gradually knocked out all Loretto players before 30 good balls were taken in the first innings with Loretto scoring 2.5 points.

It was then the girls turn to bat, the team were led off strong with Venetia, Lucy, Tunrayo all scoring ½ and Scarlett, Isabella and Mariella all scoring a home runs, this continued throughout the inning with 6 more home runs being scored finishing the first inning on 11 points.

Back in the field we came up against Loretto that came back fighting hard with very consistent batting and running. This challenged our outfielders more with Lucy, Annika, Esme Tunrayo having to stop high and rolling balls. They did this well holding Loretto back from scoring points on 2nd base. This time Loretto had all 30 good balls resulting in 1 ½ points.

Back in the bat we again came out hard with consistent hitting. Contact on the ball was hard which pushed the ball into Loretto’s outfield. The girls ran fast and challenged the fielding managing to steal bases and gaining many ½ points by getting to 2nd base. This continued throughout the whole batting order. The final inning scoring 9 points.

The team played very well with excellent communication, fast running, great tactics and excellent attitudes, Well done. The overall player of the match was Lucy gaining the highest number of individual points - 4!

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20 – 9

Today marked the first rounders game of the season. With the sun shining our U13A squad took to the field; Rounders Captain Lucy and Vice-Captain Mariella, Venetia, Scarlett, Tunrayo, Esme, Maddie, Isabella B, Lottie, Mariella and Annika.

The game started with a strong combination of Lottie bowling, Scarlett back stop, Maddie 1st base, Venetia on 2nd and Mariella on 3rd. The girls communicated well to pass the ball to the bases that Loretto were running too. The girls gradually knocked out all Loretto players before 30 good balls were taken in the first innings with Loretto scoring 2.5 points.

It was then the girls turn to bat, the team were led off strong with Venetia, Lucy, Tunrayo all scoring ½ and Scarlett, Isabella and Mariella all scoring a home runs, this continued throughout the inning with 6 more home runs being scored finishing the first inning on 11 points.

Back in the field we came up against Loretto that came back fighting hard with very consistent batting and running. This challenged our outfielders more with Lucy, Annika, Esme Tunrayo having to stop high and rolling balls. They did this well holding Loretto back from scoring points on 2nd base. This time Loretto had all 30 good balls resulting in 1 ½ points.

Back in the bat we again came out hard with consistent hitting. Contact on the ball was hard which pushed the ball into Loretto’s outfield. The girls ran fast and challenged the fielding managing to steal bases and gaining many ½ points by getting to 2nd base. This continued throughout the whole batting order. The final inning scoring 9 points.

The team played very well with excellent communication, fast running, great tactics and excellent attitudes, Well done. The overall player of the match was Lucy gaining the highest number of individual points - 4!

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3rds Cricket vs Loretto

Won by 24 runs

Loretto’s 3rd team kindly hosted us for an afternoon of hard-ball paired cricket. After leaving rainy Cramond, the sunshine we found in Musselburgh was most welcome. Cargilfield padded up first and Orhan and Oliver made a steady start, losing no wickets and posting a solid score of 21 (including extras). This was followed up with another solid spell by Rufus and William, who again protected their wicket safely, as did Zain and Arthur who came next. George and Archie finished off our innings, contributed positively to the scorecard and, at the end, Cargilfield had a total of 67 runs to defend. Loretto made a good effort to chase down the total, but four timely wickets knocked 20-runs off their hard-earned runs, these wickets included a catch from Archie, who showed a safe pair of hands as the ball was hit to him at mid-off, and a marvellous catch from our wicketkeeper for the day, Rufus, who dived to his left and caught a nick just inches from the turf. Two off the wickets came off the bowling of George and one from the bowling of Arthur. Wide balls provided most of the runs for both teams but some more time in nets will rectify this in due course.

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Loretto’s 3rd team kindly hosted us for an afternoon of hard-ball paired cricket. After leaving rainy Cramond, the sunshine we found in Musselburgh was most welcome. Cargilfield padded up first and Orhan and Oliver made a steady start, losing no wickets and posting a solid score of 21 (including extras). This was followed up with another solid spell by Rufus and William, who again protected their wicket safely, as did Zain and Arthur who came next. George and Archie finished off our innings, contributed positively to the scorecard and, at the end, Cargilfield had a total of 67 runs to defend. Loretto made a good effort to chase down the total, but four timely wickets knocked 20-runs off their hard-earned runs, these wickets included a catch from Archie, who showed a safe pair of hands as the ball was hit to him at mid-off, and a marvellous catch from our wicketkeeper for the day, Rufus, who dived to his left and caught a nick just inches from the turf. Two off the wickets came off the bowling of George and one from the bowling of Arthur. Wide balls provided most of the runs for both teams but some more time in nets will rectify this in due course.

Well done to all the boys for their commendable effort and team spirit.

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U10A Rounders v Loretto

Lost 10½ – 7½

We started the match by batting first. We had a shaky start with Emilia M as our first batter, getting run out by Emily. However, that didn’t deter us and we continued to score half rounders steadily. Unfortunately, two more players were stumped out before energy and enthusiasm was regained following Athena’s much-needed rounder. When we came to be fielding, Olivia took the pressurised role of bowler. She did a great job and didn’t give away too many half rounders. We were a strong fielding team, despite Lottie having to run from back-stop to fourth post with a waiting line of Loretto batters in the way, and overall, we managed to stump six Loretto players out. The score after the first innings was Cargilfield 5 and Loretto 4.

The second innings had us batting and a change in positions for the Loretto fielding team strengthened their ability. As a result, we found it much harder to score. We took some risky decisions, which ultimately didn’t pay off and meant we only scored 2½. We also need to ensure that when we stump fourth post, that we don’t needlessly swipe it with such force that it comes across as overly aggressive. We knew that we had to up our game with fielding but the pressure meant we were prone to butter fingers; a shame as it boosted the confidence of the Loretto players. A few rounders were scored by them before we started to work with increased accuracy. Whilst we then began to stump the Loretto players, it was too late and it was the end of the game. They had scored 5½.

We tried hard and a times were a fantastic team but one thing to take away from this is that even when it feels like the game is lost, we shouldn’t give up. Equally, some of us need to remember the etiquette rules and ensure that we don’t come across as poor losers; these games are meant to be friendly after all.

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Lost 10½ – 7½

We started the match by batting first. We had a shaky start with Emilia M as our first batter, getting run out by Emily. However, that didn’t deter us and we continued to score half rounders steadily. Unfortunately, two more players were stumped out before energy and enthusiasm was regained following Athena’s much-needed rounder. When we came to be fielding, Olivia took the pressurised role of bowler. She did a great job and didn’t give away too many half rounders. We were a strong fielding team, despite Lottie having to run from back-stop to fourth post with a waiting line of Loretto batters in the way, and overall, we managed to stump six Loretto players out. The score after the first innings was Cargilfield 5 and Loretto 4.

The second innings had us batting and a change in positions for the Loretto fielding team strengthened their ability. As a result, we found it much harder to score. We took some risky decisions, which ultimately didn’t pay off and meant we only scored 2½. We also need to ensure that when we stump fourth post, that we don’t needlessly swipe it with such force that it comes across as overly aggressive. We knew that we had to up our game with fielding but the pressure meant we were prone to butter fingers; a shame as it boosted the confidence of the Loretto players. A few rounders were scored by them before we started to work with increased accuracy. Whilst we then began to stump the Loretto players, it was too late and it was the end of the game. They had scored 5½.

We tried hard and a times were a fantastic team but one thing to take away from this is that even when it feels like the game is lost, we shouldn’t give up. Equally, some of us need to remember the etiquette rules and ensure that we don’t come across as poor losers; these games are meant to be friendly after all.

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Cargilfield 1stXI beat Merchiston by 26 runs

Cargilfield

177 – 5 (25 overs) (C Admas 86, L O-Cochrane 37)

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151 – 9 (C Bremner 4-1-14-2, A Clayton 4-1-8-2)

The result looks closer that it was in reality as once again a dominant batting performance left Merchiston unable to keep up with the rate and we always chasing the game on what was a cold and drizzly Saturday afternoon on the occasion of our first home 1stXI game since June 2019.

We batted first in what was a 25 over game and with a few changes since Wednesday’s win over GWC due to weekend commitments, it was Leo and Alexander who opened the innings under overcast and pretty miserable conditions. Merchiston had a good bowling attack but I was impressed at the careful way the openers batted, running well between the wickets and Alexander was timing the ball well through the off side scoring 11 in the opening partnership of 22 before he fell in the 4th over which brought Cody in to the middle, fresh from scoring a half century on Wednesday. Together, he and Leo batted really intelligently and in 14 overs, they put on 90 runs without once giving a chance: I was so impressed with the sensible and watchful innings that Leo played, getting forward and scoring 13 singles in his 37 which was terrific to see. He visibly grew in confidence as each over past and showed just how far his cricket has improved since September when he had not picked up a bat! Well batted, and it was a proper innings against a proper bowling attack. Cody is clearly in very good nick at the moment, and he played wonderfully well for his 86 this afternoon and really deserved a 100: as on Wednesday, he began patiently and watchfully, showing lots of respect for the accurate Merchiston bowlers, scoring singles and running well between the wickets but then he has very quick to punish anything short of a length and took a particular liking to the two spinners, coming down the wicket and timing the ball beautifully through the mid wicket area. It was an excellent display of batting at this level and when he eventually fell with four overs left with the score on 167, he had made sure that we had a match winning score on the board. 177 would take some chasing.

It was pretty miserable when we came to bowl to be honest which perhaps explains a somewhat below par performance in the field and from one or two of the bowlers; added to this, Cody had to leave after 10 overs which meant James took over the gloves and we were a man down in the field. However, one or two of the bowlers made life pretty hard for James and 27 byes and 18 wides tells its own story; in fact, extras was 57 and top scored for them and this is an aspect we must be better at…..hitting the top of off, backing up the throw and not giving away easy runs is something we can do much better at although I realise there were extenuating circumstances today given the inexperience of the keeper and the weather, but 18 wides is absolutely unforgivable and unacceptable whatever the weather…..!

Alexander was the pick of the bowlers today with 2 wickets in his spell, but Charles and Thomas also grabbed two apiece and Oliver and Charles effected two excellent run outs. Again, we used eight bowlers and I was pleased that everyone was able to contribute something with either the bat of the ball to the team effort this afternoon given it was a Saturday and it was also cold and wet so getting everyone involved was important. So lots of improvements to be made in the field this week as we head over to Loretto on Wednesday for our next game; we can and must do much better.

So overall, another win and another very strong display with the bat. It is great to see the boys working hard in the nets during the week and then showing real determination and application out in the middle…..I always say that that bad balls will always come along, but the key is having the patience to see off the good ones and then cash in which we certainly have done in our two matches this week!

Well done, boys, and we keep hoping for some sunshine!

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177 – 5 (25 overs) (C Admas 86, L O-Cochrane 37)

Merchiston

151 – 9 (C Bremner 4-1-14-2, A Clayton 4-1-8-2)

The result looks closer that it was in reality as once again a dominant batting performance left Merchiston unable to keep up with the rate and we always chasing the game on what was a cold and drizzly Saturday afternoon on the occasion of our first home 1stXI game since June 2019.

We batted first in what was a 25 over game and with a few changes since Wednesday’s win over GWC due to weekend commitments, it was Leo and Alexander who opened the innings under overcast and pretty miserable conditions. Merchiston had a good bowling attack but I was impressed at the careful way the openers batted, running well between the wickets and Alexander was timing the ball well through the off side scoring 11 in the opening partnership of 22 before he fell in the 4th over which brought Cody in to the middle, fresh from scoring a half century on Wednesday. Together, he and Leo batted really intelligently and in 14 overs, they put on 90 runs without once giving a chance: I was so impressed with the sensible and watchful innings that Leo played, getting forward and scoring 13 singles in his 37 which was terrific to see. He visibly grew in confidence as each over past and showed just how far his cricket has improved since September when he had not picked up a bat! Well batted, and it was a proper innings against a proper bowling attack. Cody is clearly in very good nick at the moment, and he played wonderfully well for his 86 this afternoon and really deserved a 100: as on Wednesday, he began patiently and watchfully, showing lots of respect for the accurate Merchiston bowlers, scoring singles and running well between the wickets but then he has very quick to punish anything short of a length and took a particular liking to the two spinners, coming down the wicket and timing the ball beautifully through the mid wicket area. It was an excellent display of batting at this level and when he eventually fell with four overs left with the score on 167, he had made sure that we had a match winning score on the board. 177 would take some chasing.

It was pretty miserable when we came to bowl to be honest which perhaps explains a somewhat below par performance in the field and from one or two of the bowlers; added to this, Cody had to leave after 10 overs which meant James took over the gloves and we were a man down in the field. However, one or two of the bowlers made life pretty hard for James and 27 byes and 18 wides tells its own story; in fact, extras was 57 and top scored for them and this is an aspect we must be better at…..hitting the top of off, backing up the throw and not giving away easy runs is something we can do much better at although I realise there were extenuating circumstances today given the inexperience of the keeper and the weather, but 18 wides is absolutely unforgivable and unacceptable whatever the weather…..!

Alexander was the pick of the bowlers today with 2 wickets in his spell, but Charles and Thomas also grabbed two apiece and Oliver and Charles effected two excellent run outs. Again, we used eight bowlers and I was pleased that everyone was able to contribute something with either the bat of the ball to the team effort this afternoon given it was a Saturday and it was also cold and wet so getting everyone involved was important. So lots of improvements to be made in the field this week as we head over to Loretto on Wednesday for our next game; we can and must do much better.

So overall, another win and another very strong display with the bat. It is great to see the boys working hard in the nets during the week and then showing real determination and application out in the middle…..I always say that that bad balls will always come along, but the key is having the patience to see off the good ones and then cash in which we certainly have done in our two matches this week!

Well done, boys, and we keep hoping for some sunshine!

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Head Injuries and Concussion

Before I started working at Cargilfield as the school nurse, I knew children bumped their heads all the time! I didn’t quite understand the impact it could have though…

Concussion is rare, but it is an issue that can have a huge lasting effect on a person. Post-concussion syndrome can cause headaches, dizziness, irritability, insomnia, loss of memory and concentration; these symptoms can last from weeks to months after the initial injury. One concussion usually does not cause any lasting damage, however a second injury within 12 months of the first has been shown to cause more lasting damage, such as impaired memory and concentration and lasting personality changes. Several former English rugby players have launched a legal case against rugby authorities for alleged negligence in relation to dementia caused by playing and receiving head injuries that they feel were not treated appropriately at the time.

The diagnosis of concussion has improved over the last few years and as such, more are being picked up. The long-lasting effects are also now being seen in older people, notably senior rugby and football players. Therefore, this increase in diagnosis will hopefully help with the management of head injuries and avoid any long-lasting effects.

This is all the more important in children; early intervention in management of head injuries is imperative to protect the developing brain. Educating children on the importance of reporting issues is key in this. Training is vital for all staff involved with sport, and all those staff who supervise play time.

Concussion is not always caused by a hard knock to the head. It can also result from a whiplash injury, where the brain moves in the skull. Minor symptoms can include slight dizziness at the time of the incident, a headache and blurred vision. Serious symptoms would include being knocked out completely, vomiting and memory loss.

As an example of how concussion is handled in professional sport, rugby is obviously a good one to look at. In professional/elite rugby, if a player has clear signs of concussion, or suspected concussion, they are removed from play and will not return. They will then follow a very regimented gradual return to play protocol (GRTP). If there is head contact but the diagnosis is not clear, the player is removed from play and must have a head injury assessment (HIA) done. This was made law in 2015.

In amateur rugby, there is no such requirement. However, governing bodies do use the motto: ‘If in doubt, sit them out’. Anyone under the age of 18 must rest for a minimum of 2 weeks, then start the GRTP where concussion is diagnosed.

At Cargilfield, we are trying hard to implement the recognition and safe management of head injuries. There is a Concussion Policy, adapted from the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) concussion policy. Coaches and teachers are encouraged to send head injuries to me for assessment. Parents are informed and if the diagnosis is unclear, I would keep children off games for 24-48 hours, then re-assess them before allowing them back to games. If they have any severe symptoms, I would advise them to be seen in hospital for a formal diagnosis. Once they have a formal diagnosis of concussion, they are off games for 2 weeks, then they begin the GRTP in a very prescriptive way.

I feel that keeping children’s heads safe is one of the most important things we must all do. We all need to remember ‘If in doubt, sit them out’!

Scottish Rugby Concussion guidelines can be found here.

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Before I started working at Cargilfield as the school nurse, I knew children bumped their heads all the time! I didn’t quite understand the impact it could have though…

Concussion is rare, but it is an issue that can have a huge lasting effect on a person. Post-concussion syndrome can cause headaches, dizziness, irritability, insomnia, loss of memory and concentration; these symptoms can last from weeks to months after the initial injury. One concussion usually does not cause any lasting damage, however a second injury within 12 months of the first has been shown to cause more lasting damage, such as impaired memory and concentration and lasting personality changes. Several former English rugby players have launched a legal case against rugby authorities for alleged negligence in relation to dementia caused by playing and receiving head injuries that they feel were not treated appropriately at the time.

The diagnosis of concussion has improved over the last few years and as such, more are being picked up. The long-lasting effects are also now being seen in older people, notably senior rugby and football players. Therefore, this increase in diagnosis will hopefully help with the management of head injuries and avoid any long-lasting effects.

This is all the more important in children; early intervention in management of head injuries is imperative to protect the developing brain. Educating children on the importance of reporting issues is key in this. Training is vital for all staff involved with sport, and all those staff who supervise play time.

Concussion is not always caused by a hard knock to the head. It can also result from a whiplash injury, where the brain moves in the skull. Minor symptoms can include slight dizziness at the time of the incident, a headache and blurred vision. Serious symptoms would include being knocked out completely, vomiting and memory loss.

As an example of how concussion is handled in professional sport, rugby is obviously a good one to look at. In professional/elite rugby, if a player has clear signs of concussion, or suspected concussion, they are removed from play and will not return. They will then follow a very regimented gradual return to play protocol (GRTP). If there is head contact but the diagnosis is not clear, the player is removed from play and must have a head injury assessment (HIA) done. This was made law in 2015.

In amateur rugby, there is no such requirement. However, governing bodies do use the motto: ‘If in doubt, sit them out’. Anyone under the age of 18 must rest for a minimum of 2 weeks, then start the GRTP where concussion is diagnosed.

At Cargilfield, we are trying hard to implement the recognition and safe management of head injuries. There is a Concussion Policy, adapted from the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) concussion policy. Coaches and teachers are encouraged to send head injuries to me for assessment. Parents are informed and if the diagnosis is unclear, I would keep children off games for 24-48 hours, then re-assess them before allowing them back to games. If they have any severe symptoms, I would advise them to be seen in hospital for a formal diagnosis. Once they have a formal diagnosis of concussion, they are off games for 2 weeks, then they begin the GRTP in a very prescriptive way.

I feel that keeping children’s heads safe is one of the most important things we must all do. We all need to remember ‘If in doubt, sit them out’!

Scottish Rugby Concussion guidelines can be found here.

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