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!
On Tuesday parents/carers and other family members came along to the Primary 7 hockey open afternoon. Thanks to everyone who came along and a big well done to Mr Mowbray for organising everything and the Primary 7 children for showing off their great skills!
Here’s a video of Wednesday’s Hansel and Gretel dance show. Kids – you were amazing. We are very proud of what you produced. And parents, you were a great audience.
The children came up with all the of movements for the dances themselves based on their part of the story of Hansel and Gretel. Clever kids. It might just look like kids bouncing around – but it’s kids bouncing around . . . with meaning . . . . .
The show was just part of the P7 topic this term. Great writing, art, enterprise all inspired by Hansel and Gretel.
And a big group of us are all off tonight to see Fallon and Amy and Maya on the Festival Theatre Stage performing with Scottish Ballet. We can’t wait!
Enjoy the show:
Here’s P7b’s dance from Wednesday’s Hansel and Gretel . . just amazing . . . . we’ll all miss your bounce, energy and humour next year . . . . .
Here’s P7a’s dances from Wednesday’s Hansel and Gretel – searching through the Dark Forest for the missing children.
P7a – you are amazing! How are we going to manage without you next year?
Here’s P6bs dance from Wednesdays’s Hansel and Gretel show. Brilliant work kids!
Here’s P6a’s dances from Wednesday’s Hansel and Gretel Show. Amazing Ravens!