Blogs and News - St George's School For Girls, Edinburgh

05 Dec 2017

Biodiversity Environment Access Cross Curriculum Health and WellbeingLast Thursday, the nursery children were full of excitement as we wrapped up warmly for our first trip to Silverknowes beach. The morning had been very wet, but fortunately at lunch...

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24 Nov 2017

This term the Big Owls flew into an imaginary cave to find the bear that “snores on”.“In a cave in the woods, in his deep, dark lair, through the long, cold winter sleeps a great brown bear…”Why are the bears sleeping through the winter? Are there an...

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23 Nov 2017

As part of our new afternoon nursery curriculum, our children participate in a different science activity each Friday afternoon.Last week’s science afternoon coincided with Children in Need Day and as all the children came to nursery dressed in somet...

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22 Nov 2017

Health and Wellbeing Little Owls have settled back into a new term; they continue to explore, look, listen and engage in spontaneous and planned purposeful play. Independent snack is now in place and the children are enjoying preparing their own snac...

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09 Nov 2017

Big Owls “Is there anything interesting under your welly boots Big Owls?”In the Big Owls, we spent a whole day looking under our feet. We visited the library and read stories about bugs and fallen leaves. The 'Superworm' and his kind deeds inspired u...

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Alex Hems' Blog
15 Dec 2017
Alex Hems: Head's Blog Dec 15, 2017

As I write we are drawing near to the end of the final full week of term. After two weeks of seeing St George's students excelling on the stage, first in our production of 'A Doll's House' and then, in full command of Shakespeare's verse, and display...

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