MSP Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Climate Change Visits Sciennes

P6A pupils and Pupil ECO Group reps were delighted to have an opportunity to meet with Ms Roseanna Cunningham, MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, on Wednesday 14th June, just ahead of the inaugural National Clean Air Day on Thursday 15th June, to share what they have been learning about air … Continue reading MSP Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Climate Change Visits Sciennes

Sciennes Safer School Streets – Thank you and Guidance Notes

The School and Parent Council would like to thank all Sciennes parents and carers for their support and enthusiasm for the CEC’s School Streets project. We can already see a huge improvement in the traffic situation outside the school at these critical times. In particular the streets are significantly quieter on the days when we … Continue reading Sciennes Safer School Streets – Thank you and Guidance Notes

Cycling Stars and Sciennes Pupils Launch Edinburgh Festival of Cycling

Article in Herald Newspaper by Susan Swarbrick April 25th 2015Commonwealth Games double silver medallist Louise Haston and her Team Scotland team-mate Kerry MacPhee were joined by 150 pupils to launch the programme for the 2015 Edinburgh Festival of Cycling.The youngsters from Sciennes Primary School in the capital were celebrating the event's third year.It will run … Continue reading Cycling Stars and Sciennes Pupils Launch Edinburgh Festival of Cycling

Parent Council Meeting and School Streets Consultation

THURSDAY 15th JANUARYPARENT COUNCIL MEETING:All parents and carers are welcome to attend the next Parent Council Meeting taking place in Room 16 on Thursday 15th Jan, 7-9pm. The Agenda and Minutes of previous Parent Council Meeting are on the Parent Council Website.SCHOOL STREETS CONSULTATIONSciennes Primary is one of 6 Edinburgh schools to be accepted for … Continue reading Parent Council Meeting and School Streets Consultation

Edinburgh 20mph plans a "trailblazer for cities across Europe"

Edinburgh 20mph plans a "trailblazer for cities across Europe"Kids and parents from Sciennes Primary School took to the streets to help raise awareness of the Council's ongoing 20mph consultation. National pedestrian charity Living Streets teamed up with Transport Convener Councillor Lesley Hinds, Vice Convener Councillor Adam McVey and children and parents from Sciennes Primary School … Continue reading Edinburgh 20mph plans a "trailblazer for cities across Europe"

Active Travel at Sciennes

Information on Active Travel can be found on our blog http://sciennesactivetravel.blogspot.co.uk/ within the Community section of our website.Angela Christie, our Business Manager, regularly updates the blog where you can currently find information on and photographs of Sciennes' P1 cycling initiative as well as P6 Cycle Bikeability Training.P1 Cycle Training