BEHIND THE STUDY DOOR
Amongst a busy week of events and activities, Wednesday really stood out for me as an absolute highlight:
In the morning, we were treated to an outstanding assembly by Year 6. On the theme of Water, they all delivered a highly entertaining, yet thought provoking message on the significance of water. After lunch, we were delighted to welcome six other Scottish Prep Schools to our U9 Rugby tournament. The atmosphere was terrific. Great rugby was played, and the spirit in which the boys from all schools entered the tournament was just superb. To think they will play each other in fixtures over the next five or so years is very exciting indeed. Cargifield won the tournament this year, but I know there will be some super rugby to look forward to over the next few years between the boys from all the schools on our circuit.
I dashed from the rugby to our Year 2 classroom, and their museum afternoon blew us away. The efforts the children had all gone to in portraying their family history and bringing in fascinating artefacts was palpable. Who knew we had 128 Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandparents! These occasions are a powerful reminder of what a pleasure and privilege it is to be a part of this inspiring and deeply caring community.
YEAR 6 ASSEMBLY - PRESERVE WATER
On Wednesday morning, the School were treated to a highly entertaining, yet thought provoking assembly given by our Year 6s. Based on water, we were transported to the depths of Loch Ness and to areas of the world where water is less plentiful. The clarity of the important message they gave was appropriately diluted with humour and enjoyment. Well done to all our Year 6s for such a well planned and delivered message.
YEAR 5 USE THE BEST INVENTION EVER TO BRING THEIR EXPLORATION TOPIC TO LIFE