Baby song sessions are being run at the Gorgie Salvation army church for babies up to 18 months.
See poster below for details.
If you, or an adult you know, could use some help improving your literacy then why not try the South West area summer taster programme.
The course includes days out, photography and other exciting activities with opportunities to learn.
St Bride’s Community Centre is having a table top sale in two weeks time.
Details on the poster below.
Local church Destiny, in Gorgie, will be running a holiday club featuring “creative workshops, games, crafts, challenges, Bible stories, small group discussions, jokes, snacks and more”
What does it feel like to stand on a wind turbine in the middle of the North Sea, operate the controls of an underwater robot or journey to the sea bed using 3D visualisation?
This May, all this and more is on offer to the public as Heriot-Watt University opens its doors for an exciting weekend of sea themed events at the Edinburgh Campus.
The Exploration Weekend, which begins on the evening of 18th May with the Annual Stakeholder Meeting, and 10am-4pm on 19th May will welcome families, fellow Heriot-Watt colleagues, alumni and members of the public for a wide range of free events, demonstrations and lectures offering a unique opportunity to learn about the institution’s world class, global research.
As part of Heriot-Watt’s ‘The Year of the Sea’ celebrations, visitors will explore how the sea can provide energy, what changes in sea temperature, acidity and composition does to sea creatures, both at depth and on the shore, and how we can all play a greater part in reducing the number of microplastics in the environment.
Families can get hands on and win prizes during the science ‘Exploration Trail’ with interactive robotics demonstrations and microscopes mysteries to solve.
Oriam, Scotland’s Sports Performance Centre, will be hosting an Open Day on Saturday 19th May from 10am-4pm with a variety of fun filled activities for young families. Youngsters can get involved in a range of sports, from inflatables in one of the Centre’s impressive sports halls through to team football activities on the facility’s synthetic pitch, used for training by Scotland’s national football and rugby teams. There will also be the Year of the Sea themed face-painting in an outdoor marquee, so families can enjoy the spring weather.
Edinburgh Napier University will be holding a free event entitled “Improving relationships to enhance young people’s wellbeing” on 5th of June.
Singing workshop at Tynecastle High School, 3:30 – 4:30pm, 22nd May 2018
|Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival
Come and join a singing workshop on Tuesday 22nd May 3.30-4.30pm at Tynecastle High School, in connection with the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. No singing or musical experience needed, everybody welcome!
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF, 7-27 May 2018) is an annual festival to raise awareness of mental health issues (and challenge preconceptions about mental health) through music, film, visual arts, dance, theatre and literature. The theme of this year’s festival is ‘Beginnings’, and it is happening during Scotland’s 2018 ‘Year Of Young People’. Our singing workshop is free and open to everybody in the Tynecastle High School community: students, parents and carers, school staff, and also those in our cluster primary schools (Dalry, Balgreen, Stenhouse and Craiglockhart).
Singing will be led by Caro Overy, who joined us in February to lead a workshop during Children’s Mental Health Week. Caro is a choir leader, singer, and songwriter who enjoys sharing songs old and new from around the world to help people connect and have fun through singing.
For more information about this event, please contact Sarah Haywood (Place2Be School Project Manager). For more information about SMHAF and how you can get involved, visit https://www.mhfestival.com/
With best wishes,
Place2Be School Project Manager