P2a started Health Week by making healthy soup and scones.
We washed our hands, followed directions and tried our delicious meal at the end.
Some P6s sang two songs for visitors at an event in the Thistle. We enjoy working with our community partners and learning new things.
Thank you to Heather for the singing lessons.
Some classes have enjoyed collecting and using items found in our Eco garden as paint brushes!
We discussed mark making, being creative and experimental and abstract art that doesn’t have to look like anything.
Sometimes it’s more important to enjoy the process than worry about the end result (‘In life, enjoy the journey as well as the destination’).
Think about mark making and collecting some natural objects, like feathers, sticks and cones, next time you go out for fresh air.
Castleview students, staff, parents, carers and supporters have enjoyed another fabulous Sports Day.
Thank you to everyone who came along. Special appreciation to Mrs Martin for organising the day’s events.
Here is a snap shot of some of the fun activities we took part in.
We are enjoying our right to be healthy.
Replacement Castlebrae High School
There is a small presentation of the work that has been done so far on the replacement Castlebrae High School Project. This will be on display in Craigmillar library, within the East Neighbourhood Centre until the end of May 2018.
On Wednesday 16 May from 4.30pm – 7.30pm, members of the project team (City of Edinburgh Council and JM Architects) will be at the library to respond to any queries you may have about the progress to date. If you are unable to attend this session but have a query, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org