On Wednesday 14th June a selection of students from the school accompanied Mrs Cameron, Miss Bowie and Mr Mallon to the Corn Exchange for the first annual FMRC Awards Ceremony. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and award winning author Lari Don were the special guests to announce the winners and…
Craigour Park came out on top, winning the most prestigous award for best ‘School Reading Journey’ because of our work on developing a reading culture across the school.
It was a brilliant day for the adults and children involved and a proud moment for everyone in our school. We’ve had lots of media interest so why not click on the links below and check out the different coverage we have received!
The Government even tweeted this video with us:
Craigour Park recently took part in the final EPSAA Interscholastics event to take place at Meadowbank Stadium. However, we didn’t just go to take part and managed to come back with two silver medals whilst making it through the qualifying rounds in numerous events.
A huge congratulations to all the children who represented the school so well on the day. A special mention must also go to Lizzie (P7A) who won silver in the cricket ball throw and Nathan C. (P7B) who earned a silver in the high jump.
Well done Team Craigour! (And a huge thanks to all of the adults who came along to help and support).
On Monday Primary 6 and 7 children from Craigour Park took part in the EPSAA cross country race at the Meadows. The pupils were great representatives for our school and helped secure some of our best results ever. A massive well done to everyone who took part and a huge thanks to all of the adults who came along to help and support us!
The Scottish Book Trust have been really impressed with our work at Craigour Park so much so that they asked us to contribute something to their website. Why not take a look and see what we’ve been upto?