P7A recently had a visit from some students from Edinburgh University as part of the Get Protected programme aimed at increasing awareness of how important it is to protect your brain, especially when cycling. The children appeared to learn lots throughout the workshop so hopefully we see more helmets on heads as they cycle/scoot to school in the morning!
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).
Our nursery class are taking part in National Outdoor Classroom Day 2017. We are toasting marshmallows, cooking in the mud kitchen, making giant artwork and relaxing in the chill out tent! We love learning outdoors!
This week in Primary 7 we have been designing our very own resilience superheroes to promote resilience across the school. The children thought about resilience means to them and came up with a huge word bank to help describe to others what a resilience superhero would demonstrate. We then uploaded our photos to comic caption and created a comic style picture with our ideas. Check out some of our work here!
A huge well done to Zoya for being our nursery Star of the Week. Zoya has been a super friend, helping other children and all the ladies in nursery too. Zoya has contributed to nursery discussions and has shared her news and thoughts at group time. Well done Zoya, what a super friend!
A huge well done to Bonnie Wright who is our nursery Star of the Week! Bonnie has been starting to chat to all of the adults in nursery and is gaining confidence every day. Well done Bonnie, we are all so proud of you!