Here they are:
Here they are:
Survivor and challenge course this morning, Jacob’s ladder and fencing this afternoon and the disco this evening. Home tomorrow. ETA updates via Twitter as and when possible.
A wet morning with burn walk and raft building. Calmer afternoon abseiling and archery. Quiz this evening.
A bit later than planned due to WiFi issues (they changed the password and didn’t tell me) – here are a few pics from Monday and Tuesday.
The results have been published for the Edinburgh and Lotians region:
PPS Pursuers – FIRST
PPS Defenders – THIRD
Well done to everyone involved.
Following last week’s meeting here is an update for those who couldn’t make it:
If you would like your child to be given any medication at camp, prescription or non-prescription, you need to complete a form and give it to me with the medication clearly labeled. Forms are available from me or by clicking HERE.
Can they take mobile phones?
Mobile phones may be taken only to be used on the bus and only if they can be used silently (headphones or volume off). They will be collected on arrival and locked up until departure. It is only a 90 minute bus journey so they don’t really need them.
Can they take money?
There is a shop which they can visit twice where they can buy small souvenirs and sweets (not that they will need them). Money can be given to me for safe keeping or, at your own risk, left with the children.
Can they take sweets?
No. They can’t eat on the bus and they won’t need them at camp.
As long as they follow the rules, camp and mine, they will be given as much freedom as possible. The one rule with absolutely zero tolerance is that no children will, under any circumstances, go into any dorm other than their own.
Below is an updated list of activities which now includes Canoeing and Raft Building (it was far too dry before!)
If anyone has any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Yesterday P7 had fun mixing with P7s from other cluster schools at Meadowmill.
What a day P7 had with Captain Bowen looking at WW2! With hundreds of genuine WW2 artefacts to look at and handle everyone was kept busy and excited all day!
We all had a chance to get dressed up and have a photo take with Churchill.
In the afternoon we were looking at how to deal with an incendiary bomb and also trying an air raid siren.