Lots and lots of kids brought scooters to school today as part of our big pedal fortnight.
What a lot of fun!
A great big thank you to Rab Ure our active schools coordinator for setting up all the games and races for us and staying with us all morning.
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Craigour Park P6s recorded a fantastic 8-6 victory away to Oxgangs on Saturday morning in glorious weather. A brilliant performance after going three goals down early on! Well done Craigour!
We managed to catch one of Krzysiek’s many goals on camera. Take a look!
Well done to all of you who biked or scooted to school this week, especially in the snow on Tuesday! We are currently the second best school in Edinburgh for biking and scooting!!
Next Wednesday we’re going to set up a scooter course. All those kids who bring in their scooter next Wednesday will be able to go out and take part during the day.
Keep scooting and biking!!
P6 and P7 parents and carers are welcome to come and watch our school cross country race on Tuesday 28th March at 2:30. The race will start on the astro.
Hope to see you there
Here’s P7a working on some attacking and defending shots in our badminton lesson this week.
In a gap somewhere between Red Nose Day and the Big Pedal lies the Venn Diagram breakfast . . . . .
Thank you to all of you who came and scooted and biked and helped feed the masses.
Thanks also to Sainsburys and Morrisons for donating some of our breakfast.
And finally, thank you to the Ed Sheeran look-a-like for popping in and making an appearance.
The weather tomorrow morning is supposed to be pretty bad, so we’re postponing the Bike and Scooter breakfast until Friday 24
th March (this Friday) which is also Red Nose day. Please come from 8am onwards for some bike and scooter fun and games and some free breakfast. If you normally come to running club – please just come and join in with the biking and scooting.
Thank you to everyone who has biked and scooted to school so far this week. You have to be a pretty special person to bike or scoot in the snow (and have pretty special parents who help you too).
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