Category Archives: P6

Murrayfield Wanderers After School Rugby and Holiday Camp.

Murrayfield Wanderers are offering After school rugby classes for P4-7.


P4-P7 Girls Rugby After-School Rugby Activity
Time: 3.45pm-5.00pm Mondays
Ability: No experience required, sessions will be catered for all abilities
First session Monday 25th October, last session 29th November

P4-P7 Mixed Boys and Girls After-School Rugby Activity
Time: 3.45pm-5.00 Wednesdays
Ability: No experience required, sessions will be catered for all abilities
First session Wednesday 27th October, last session 1st November

Please note the period between 3.45pm-4.00pm will serve as ‘warm up’ section allowing for children arriving from schools further afield to not miss the session. 

The sessions will be FREE for all participants.

Sign up now, by filling out the following online form. CLICK HERE.

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Edinburgh Primaries Youth Climate Summit

Some of our newly selected climate reps in P6 and P7 attended the first Edinburgh Primaries Youth Climate Summit online this week.

They discussed all the things we are doing at Dalry to be more sustainable, including recycling, learning about the environment, litter reduction and most of all our current project to grow food at the school supported by Love Gorgie Farm.

They also expressed their hopes for things that could change in school. One was that they would love to see a green electricity source, like wind or solar power installed. Another was that there be more recycling in the playground. One of the other schools pointed out that tetrapacks (especially milk and water cartons) are not always put in the recycling by the children and that tap water as an alternative would be even better.

Lots of great ideas from the children involved that will be carried forward and discussed by the council’s education team.

Our climate reps this year are

P6 Shamaillah and Hassan

P7a Aarush and Sieanna

P7b Juan and Sara

New JRSOs Take On the Job

Our new JRSOs have started the job by performing an official survey for Sustrans on how we all get to school.

JRSOs are Junior Road Safety Officers and ours are Abhyuday and Trissha for this school year. Their task is to support road safety in school and to also encourage safe and environmentally friendly journeys to school.

Look out for the national results of the survey they contributed to in the press in coming weeks.

Here’s Abhyuday ready to keep us safe out on the roads. Trissa wasn’t available to be in this picture but we’ll add one of her on the job to this page in the near future.

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Fountainbridge Library Maths Week Teams Event

Fountainbridge Library are holding a Maths Week event on teams for P4-7.

For more information visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/edinburgh-libraries-library-maths-fun-for-7-11-year-olds-tickets-177175535797?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

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Boost Your Energy After School Clubs

Active Schools are running lots of after school sports opportunities to encourage and help you to boost your energy!

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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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Intended Learning Newsletter Term 1 2021/22

Please find below the intended learning newsletters for the first term of this year.

These newsletters appear once per term for the four terms of the year and are a guide for families as to what will be going on in your class.

P1

P1a

P1b

P2

P2/3

P3

P4a

P4b

P5

P6

P7a

P7b

Flu Immunisation

Our Flu immunisation day is earlier than in recent years on Monday 27th September.

NHS Scotland particularly recommend all children recieve their flu vaccine this year because.

Flu can be serious , even for healthy children.

This reduces the risk of children spreading flu to friends and family

To help prevent flu adding to the strain on NHS services, especially alongside of COVID-19 this winter

The vaccine is given in school as a painless nasal (nose) spray, by the local NHS team.

For more information and links to BSL audio and a a range of different languages visit www.nhsinform.scot/childflu

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Label Your Clothes and Bring Appropriate Clothing

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Even unique style choices can get mixed up.

We’re only 3 days into term and we already have a mound of lovely, brand new, lost property building up.

Sadly lots of it is unlabelled so we can’t save you the trouble of searching and reunite it for you.

Please remember with uniform, and even without, many of the children have identical items of clothing so writing a name inside in permanent fabric marker, embroidering a name or sewing in a tag is vital.

Also please remember that a coat is vital every day with Edinburgh’s variable weather.

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Start Times for August

Please click below to find information on starting times for each year group from August.

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