Category Archives: Community Links

P2/3 Farmers at Love Gorgie Farm

Primary 2/3 had a fantastic time at Gorgie Farm learning about plants and seeing the garden. We loved learning about flowers, vegetables  and fruits and how to grow them.

 We also enjoyed seeing the turkeys and chickens. Thanks to Seamus and his lovely team for also creating a fantastic game so we could learn the names of flowers and vegetables.  It was great fun! 


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P4a Love Gorgie Farm

P4a enjoyed their first workshop with LOVE Gorgie Farm where they learnt about the different plants, fruits and vegetables growing on the farm,  They went on a word hunt to help learn names of plants/flowers they hadn’t seen before. There was time to visit the animals and we even got to pet some fuzzy sheep and smooth goats.


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Maximise! Support in Education

If you need some help organising and thinking about your finances to keep you or your child in education have a look at the information from Maximise! below.


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CEC Football programme 2021/22

We are delighted to announce that the City of Edinburgh Council extra-curricular football coaching programme shall be returning in a few weeks’ time.

They run a variety of sessions for boys and girls aged 3-12 years from the Forrester / St Augustine’s Community Sports Hub on Fridays and Saturdays.

The sessions are fun, engaging and developmental for all players, regardless of experience level and are delivered by our Scottish FA accredited coaching staff.

If you would be interested in booking a space or finding out more, please see the attached flyers or contact Football Development Officer, Jack Beesley: Jack.Beesley@ea.edin.sch.uk


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Get a Free Jag on the Bus

If you need a vaccination for COVID-19 for free why not use the vaccination bus. This weekend it is at Waverley Bridge, between Princes street Gardens and Waverley Station.

Available to anyone aged 16+.


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Gorgie Farm Holiday Camp

Love Gorgie Farm are reaching out to Dalry Primary and seeking to run a holiday camp based on and with the local community for families connected with the school.

Please find attached an outline of the courses they will run over the summer for holiday club. This year the holiday camp with be based at Love Gorgie Farm on at 51 Gorgie Road.

To help with making the camp as good as possible there is also a parent survey at https://forms.gle/DyM9NDJyACCakawc9, and they will follow up directly with those who reply.


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SSPCA Adventure Club this Summer

If you are looking for something to do in July the SSPCA adventure club in Balerno could be the answer.

See the flyer below.


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Libraries Summer Reading Challenge

Fountainbridge Library, and all the Edinburgh libraries, will be hosting the summer reading challenge in the coming weeks.

Aimed at 4-11 year olds it’s a great way to keep that reading going and to have fun in the holidays.

Full details on the below documents.


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