Monthly Archives: January 2010

Knox S1 get some Winter Skills

Friday was the fourth and final ROPE sessions for the Knox S1s. It was an early start and off to the Ben Lawers mountains for the day. The plan had been to climb Meal nan Tarmachan, unfortunately the road up … Continue reading

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River Deep, Mountain High

More appropriate title would be Stream Shallow, Valley Steep. We had the pleasure of working with a select group of students from Ross High. They are currently undertaking their John Muir Award – Discovery Level. The programme is running in … Continue reading

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The writing’s on the wall

Tuesday and Wednesday of this week has seen the P5 pupils from Longniddry Primary School getting to grips with rock-climbing at the Tranent Climbing Wall; one of East Lothian’s best kept climbing secrets. The pupils learnt different climbing techniques, how … Continue reading

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DGS S4 Geographers, sea arches and waterfalls

Last Friday saw Dunbar Grammar School S4s getting up close (and wet) visiting a couple of East Lothian’s best physical geography gems. Starting from Bilsdean bridge the group walked along and down through Dunglas Dean and onto the beach. Passing … Continue reading

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Gone with the Wind

On Saturday we ran a very successful Blokarting course for East Lothian Staff. The staff that took part in the course got to grips with sailing the Blokarts very quickly and made the most of some excellent wind strength and … Continue reading

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