Dalry’s Basketball team, coached with support of West End Warriors, made their debut this week along with and against Canal View and Pentland’s teams.
They played and handled themselves admirably and received wide praise from coaches and teachers at the matches.
The results were won 1 lost 1, so very competitive stuff.
As part of our Scotland topic we have been learning some of the key skills involved in Scottish country dancing. We can all now dance a simple reel together and have really enjoyed listening to Scottish music during these sessions. We have loved teaming up with Blythe boys and girls from P1. Miss Low is a fantastic caller and coach!
Booking is now open for the January – April 2020 Edinburgh football programmes. Please see attached booking information and parental feedback for more information.
Anyone who wishes to find out more can visit https://www.joininedinburgh.org/sports/sports-development/ or contact Jack.Beesley@ea.edin.sch.uk.
Primary 6 had a fantastic time at their recent camp!
We were so lucky to experience so many different activities including wall climbing, crate stacking, archery and making fires!
Everyone did a fantastic job of supporting each other to challenge themselves and face their fears. Day 2 was very wet and muddy but it didn’t stop us having fun, in fact we decided to embrace it by jumping in the mud puddles and have rolly polly races down the hill, it was great fun! If only we could do it all again!
We’ve been having some American football throwing lessons at lunchtimes in recent weeks, organised by Active Schools and run by Tom from Touchdown UK.
This week Tom also brought in some American football kit for a sporty dressing up session alongside the practice.
Our local swimming pool provides lots of extra curricular lessons for kids (see their website for details) but they also provide our swimming lessons which will be back up and running shortly.