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.
Sciennes Swimathon 2016 is quickly approaching. The schedule is set, the lifeguards are booked, all that’s left to do is raise some money! Continue reading
The School and Parent Council would like to thank all Sciennes parents and carers for their support and enthusiasm for the CEC’s School Streets project. We can already see a huge improvement in the traffic situation outside the school at these critical times. In particular the streets are significantly quieter on the days when we have volunteers from school and parent community standing on the streets drawing the drivers’ attention to the restrictions. Continue reading
SCIENNES SWIMATHON 2016
Monday 25 April – Thursday 28 April 2016
Back by popular demand, the most anticipated event of the pupil calendar! At the request of the children themselves we plan to hold another Swimathon this year to raise funds to benefit ALL children at Sciennes. Continue reading
Friday March 18th is our 1st Cycle to School Day of 2016. We leave from King’s Buildings at 8.20 and cycle along Mayfield Road, Causewayside and turn left into Sciennes House Place. Join the ride at any place along the way. Qualified ride leaders accompany the ride. Any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading
Sciennes Parent Council Meeting Thursday 10 March 2016,
7-9pm Room 16. All welcome. Continue reading
We’ve got new signs! In order to support the School Streets initiative at Sciennes, the City of Edinburgh has recently put up several “diversion” signs on the streets surrounding the school. Hopefully this will encourage drivers to take alternate routes that divert them away from the streets in immediate proximity to the school.