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Assembly 21st January 2021

Good Morning!

I hope you are all warm and cosy. Here is a very snowy assembly and I hope you enjoy it. Apologies, as there were a few gremlins and a few clicks and whirrrrrs that caught me out. But just like everyone else – I tried my best! Enjoy, stay well and safe.

Get Online!

We have been in contact with everyone who replied to our Survey about connectivity.

If you are still struggling to get connected and join in with the learning please get in touch with us on or 0131 556 3347 as we have some devices we can lend and/ or SIM cards to boost your data allowance.

There is also support available from The Crannie – their Digital Buddies are there to help and you can contact Malin on or 07873866174 about access to the internet or a device.

So get connected and join in the learning!!

Clubs and Activities at Canongate Youth

Canongate have lots of exciting online clubs for you to take part in, they include arts and crafts, music and …..Homework Club (which means you can get a wee bit extra help with anything from your daily grid and with your JASS project)

A great chance to have fun, see your friends and stay safe!

Keep Active!

Active Schools are keen to hep us all stay active and keep healthy. So they have some virtual clubs and activities for us to try at home!

you might like to send some photographs of you being superactive to .

You can also ask your adult to follow them by subscribing or

It is a great time to try out some new sports and learn some new skills! Enjoy!

Our Weekly Timetable

Hello, I hope that you have all been keeping warm and enjoying the activities and challenges your teachers have been posting on the class blogs.

Just a reminder that we have suggested an order for the day so that families can work on the same subjects at the same times. Then the afternoons are whole school topics so everyone can work together, or work at their own pace and level on similar things. However remember that you can change things around to suit your own families commitments and arrangements. It is also important to remember that children don’t need a device for everything on their daily timetable!

I have borrowed this lovely document from Miss Copeland to help explain the timetable symbols we are using.