Thank You Thank you from all of us to all our P6 families for working with us to provide the children with such a memorable, beneficial residential trip together to Benmore Outdoor Education Centre. It was a genuine pleasure to escort 91 tremendously positive, caring and well behaved pupils and we all thoroughly enjoyed their … Continue reading P6 Benmore – Thank You
Official Playground Opening CeremonyYoungest pupil David and oldest pupil Liza with David Ewart, SportScotland and Alison Noble, HeadteacherThank you to everyone who came along on Saturday 31stOctober 2015 to mark the Official Opening Ceremony of our amazing new Playground. Many thanks to piper and drummer who provided us all with a warm welcome, lending to … Continue reading Playground Officially Opened! – A Message of Thanks from our Headteacher
On Friday 25th October at P4-7 Assembly we marked One World Week by sharing how our P3 pupils have successfully led a whole school project with Mercy Corps to change 'Hope into Action.' Sciennes P4-7 One World Week Assembly 25.10.15 from SciennesPS To date, the P3 Harvest Appeal has raised a fantastic £2100 which will … Continue reading P4-7 One World Week Assembly 25.10.15
See Bangholm's Easter 2015 Brochure for details of activities:Canoeing & KayakingMulti-Activity DaysMountain BikingClimbingCyclingHill WalkingBOOK ONLINE:https://www.joininedinburgh.org/Sports-Unit/ City of Edinburgh's Sports and Outdoor Learning Unit has a full programme of outdoor and adventurous activities taking place this Easter in the city. The programme is open to pupils from P6 – S4 and most sessions run from 10am … Continue reading Bangholm Outdoor Learning Holiday Activities
All twelve P4-7 classes set off to the Meadows to experience the partial solar eclipse on Friday 20th March, armed with safety instructions, pinhole viewers of various designs and some colanders. It was great to be joined by so many parents. P1-3 experienced the eclipse in the playground and it was a memorable whole school … Continue reading Solar Eclipse in the Meadows and Playground
Update from Kirsten Unger, Playground Group: What is 'Loose Parts Play'? More open-ended play in the school. Loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. They help inspire imagination, problem solving and creativity in play, on children’s own terms and … Continue reading ‘LOOSE PARTS PLAY’ OUTDOOR LEARNING HAS ARRIVED AT SCIENNES!