Edinburgh is a multicultural city. Can you find a place, event or object in Edinburgh that connects Edinburgh to the culture, history or place in your chosen country? Here is a chance for you to show how multicultural our great city is and win a family pass for an open bus tour around Edinburgh. Continue reading
Sciennes Parent Council Meeting,
Thursday 12th May 2016, 7-9pm
Room 16, Sciennes Primary School
Agenda Continue reading
This past weekend Sciennes parents Fiona Denvir and Bethan McEwan participated in the Etape Caledonia, a 130 km event through the hills and valleys near Pitlochry. That’s like riding from Sciennes Primary to Arbroath by way of Dundee. And they didn’t just do it because they’re crazy, they did it to help raise funds for Sciennes Health and Well Being group and Marie Curie. Continue reading
Your help required and this time it won’t cost you a penny.
This year the Sciennes Summer Fair has an international theme. There will be lots of fun and interesting events for kids and adults, well mainly for the kids. One of the events will be to match the proverb with the country and another will be to match the unique tradition with the country. Continue reading
Sciennes Parent Council Meeting
Thursday 10th March 2016 7-9pm
Room 16, Sciennes Primary School Continue reading
They came. They swam. They conquered.
Now it’s time for the rest of us to do our part. Donations and sponsorship to the Swimathon close in one week – on Friday 13 May.
So far we are just over halfway to meeting our goal of £8000.
Donating is quick and easy through the Sciennes Swimathon 2016 MyDonate page. Full instructions can be found here.
Or simply drop off your donation at the office.
Sciennes would like to give a big thank you to all the parents, carers and school staff who have made the Swimathon possible. We’ve had more than 80 volunteers come out to count lengths as the children swam, many helping with more than one class. Continue reading
For many parents with children in the upper school Swimathon is no big deal. We’ve been doing it for years. But for parents and pupils who are new to Sciennes, there can be a lot of mysteries surrounding Swimathon, how it happens and what’s expected of pupils and parents alike. Wonder no more! Our aim is to answer all your questions and put your mind at ease.