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Match Report: Under 13B Boys Cricket Craigclowan v Cargilfield

The first game of the season and it proved to be a very exciting and entertaining game, despite the cold temperatures down at the North Inch. We won the toss and decided to bat first. We made 94-5 in our 20 overs with the runs ticking over nicely. Special mention must go to Max, who lasted until - Read more...

Match Report: Under 13A Boys Cricket Craigclowan v Cargilfield (Away

26.04.17) The cricket season got underway with an away 20 over fixture against Cargilfield. Captain Arthur R lost the toss and was invited to field first. The majority of the Craigclowan team played for the U13As last summer, and with a whole year of extra experience were well prepared for what - Read more...

Match Report: Under 11 Boys Cricket: Craigclowan v Cargilfield

(26.04.17) The first game of the season was an exciting one.We made 70-8 in our 20 overs with Teo doing very well to score 23. The others that got to bat all learnt from the experience and I feel that we may see a lot more runs in the weeks ahead. We bowled and fielded well, two good catches and - Read more...

Scottish Primary Schools’ 30th Cross-Country Championships Kirkcaldy

(22.04.17) Craigclowan took five top runners to the Scottish Primary Schools’ 30th Cross-country Championships, which took place on the grounds of Kirkcaldy High School on Saturday 22 April which attracted just over 1,000 children representing 166 schools. To say that this event was a humbling - Read more...

A Song in Craigclowan’s Honour

  John Anthony Speight, a British born composer and a naturalised Icelander, wrote and gave the song 'I Told You So' as a thank you to the Craigclowan Concert Choir for taking part in a special concert in St John's Kirk to celebrate his 70th birthday two years ago.  The song is set to a poem by - Read more...

Oor Lilies Assembly

(25.04.17) Our assembly today had a Monet theme as we had a visit from “Oor Lilies” which is one of the “Oor Wullie” sculptures from the public art trail in Dundee last Summer.  (Oor Wullie is a character from a comic strip in the The Sunday Post.) The trail was organised in aid of The - Read more...

Form 1 Visit to Perth Fire Station

(21.04.17) We went to the fire station today.  We saw fire trucks, fire hoses, and a fireman going down the pole!  The firemen showed us all the different things they use in an emergency.  The firemen let us sit in their fire engine, and use their hose.  Our favourite part of the trip was when - Read more...

Another Musical Starring Role for Form 7 Pupil

Ben sang the boy soprano solo in Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms with the St Andrews Chorus in the Younger Hall on Sunday.  Well done Ben, your musical CV just keeps - Read more...

Form 8 Fair Trade Snack Attack Dragon's Den

Form Eight had their annual Fair Trade "Snack Attack" competition on 23rd March The purpose of this competition is to design a brand new fair trade snack, then, to plan the marketing and advertising of this snack and finally present it to the fearsome dragons, Mr Gilmour, Mrs Bergin, Mr A Reynolds - Read more...

Forest School Spring 2017

Form 3 and 4 have enjoyed some (slightly) warmer weather for Forest School recently and have been spotting lots of signs of Spring in and around the woods. Form 3 finished off the term by making their own nests in which chocolate eggs appeared, whilst Form 4 have learnt to use the loppers to cut - Read more...

Perform in Perth

Craigclowan pupils had great success at Perform in Perth again this year. Altogether, 48 children performed in 80 individual events in speech and music classes and 42 choristers performed in the Concert Choir.  Sadly, a rule change in the size of choirs this year prevented us from entering the - Read more...

Match Report: Under 9 Boys Hockey Craigclowan v Cargilfield

(15.03.17) On Wednesday both U9 teams headed to Cargilfield to play their second match of the week, here is a brief summary of how they got on. The A Team moved the ball well as a group, and were really playing well as a team as the match neared its conclusion. They always ran purposefully and - Read more...

Form 6-8 Golden Time

(21.03.17) What a wonderful day our Senior School pupils had yesterday at their various “Golden Time” activities. Our bakers made pizza and Easter chocolate cup- cakes whilst a team of climbers flexed their arm muscles on the climbing wall at Perth College. Further afield, a larger group - Read more...

Form 6 & 7 Poetry Final 2017

(22.03.17) This morning saw eight finalists from Form 6 and eight from Form 7 giving poised and confident recitals of their chosen poems. The whole school were treated to a wide variety of poets, from Roald Dahl to Rudyard Kipling. Mrs Prince hard the unenviable task of selecting an overall winner - Read more...

Form 5 Easter Fairtrade Bake Sale

(21.03.17) The Form 5 classrooms were full of colourful creations for the much enjoyed Form 5-8 Easter Fairtrade Bake Sale.  Split into the four houses there was fierce competition for house winners and the overall winners.  For the 3 judges, Mrs Roulin, Mrs Page and Paul from the kitchen, it - Read more...

Form 3 Japanese Gardens

(21.03.17) As their part of their Japanese Topic, Form 3 had to research Japanese Gardens for homework over the past one and a half weeks and create one of their own. Mr Gilmour came in on Thursday to judge a winner and runner up from each - Read more...


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