Monthly Archives: November 2012

Don’t be afraid of the dark

Navigating effectively in the dark requires a higher level of skill than in the light. What better way to learn and practice these skills then on a CPD Night navigation course with East Lothian Council Outdoor Learning Service? We still … Continue reading

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MGS AH Geographers get an inclination

Yesterday Musselburgh Grammer’s Advanced Higher Geographers were out and about around East Lothian seeing some of it’s fine Geographical features and practicing some Geographical fieldwork Methods and Techniques. First stop was a bracing visit to Yellowcraig beach to investigate the … Continue reading

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MGS Int2 Geographers go for a meander

Musselburgh Grammar School’s Intermediate 2 Geographers were treated to a feast of East Lothian’s Geographical highlights on a fieldtrip on Tuesday. The trip started with a visit to Cove to see some examples of coastal scenery; headlands and bays, arches, … Continue reading

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S1 pupils Walk the Line

Not a pupil tribute to country music legend Johnny Cash but a reference to some amazing slacklining completed by S1 pupils during the annual S1 Outdoor Learning Challenge. The annual S1 Challenge took place at Pressmennan Woods on Friday 23rd … Continue reading

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Full of Beans

Thanks must go to some hardy souls who offered to help evaluate some new kit that recently arrived at Outdoor Learning. Canoes are an excellent way of getting folks of all ability afloat. Howevever for some people a little more … Continue reading

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