The City of Edinburgh Council’s fun football programmes will be starting soon, delivered in conjunction with the Scottish Football Association.
Both the Joelle Murray and Player Development Centres take place at Forrester / St Augustine’s Community Sports Hub on a Friday afternoon and are perfect for players of all abilities and experience. All sessions are delivered by Scottish FA-qualified coaches focusing on skill development, fun and small-sided matches.
Also attached are details of our Saturday morning ‘Mini Kickers’ programme for 3-5 year olds
For those interested in finding out more information please visit https://www.joininedinburgh.org/sports/sports-development
A Support and Information Session for parents and carers – Caring for a Young Person with Emotional Wellbeing or Mental Health Issues will be held on Wednesday 24th October 2018, 6.30-8.30pm Leith Academy, 20 Academy Park, Leith, EH6 8JL.
Click here for more information.
Tynecastle Play the Game Centre, in partnership with Tynecastle High School and Edinburgh Active Schools, is a brand new football session for P6-S2 students on Friday afternoons.
Play the Game
The centre offers youngsters the opportunity to participate in games–based activity and matches from 1:00-2:00pm on the Community Pitch at Tynecastle Park and Tynecastle High School.
For more information and to book your place visit The Tynecastle Play the Game Centre ticket page here.
Child Protection Committees Scotland are pleased to be working in partnership with the NSPCC to support its annual Parents in Sport Week which runs from 1-7 October this year
CPCSCOTLAND – Parents in Sport Week 2018
Do you want to contribute to an art project that will link all of Scotland during Edinburgh’s Hogmanay? Would you like to have been part of the Year Of Young People?
Get along to a free wicker workshop on 7th of October to build an amazing piece of community art that will be burned at Hogmanay as a way to mark the close the Yoear Of Young People and the city’s torchlight procession.
Click here for a flyer and full info.
We had a lovely walk along the old railway picking brambles. We brought them back to nursery and will use them for our snack!
The old railway is just off Russell Road. ‘Brambles’ are the Scottish name berries that in some other parts of the UK are called blackberries.