Do you live in the Old Town or Dumbiedykes? Then THE CRANNIE are keen to get your thoughts on what services you would find supportive in the future. They want to hear from local families about what they want to see next year! Please complete the survey by TUESDAY 22nd December 2020. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdPZcmRMarJva-0Jv4vUhsS2G0S5s7aYZXa0EUvygiU-6wkGA/viewform
Get 2021 of to a healthy start by joining in with activities on the Active Schools YouTube channel. You can join in with your family or on your own
Scotland Street Press are gifting Edinburgh Libraries 100 children’s books for Christmas!
From Monday 14th December any child who visits the library can claim 1 book – limited to one per child on a first come, first served basis. There are 4 titles to choose from: Auntie Robbo – Ann Scott- Moncrieff, Aboard The Bulger – Ann Scott- Moncreiff, The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps – Murray Lachlan Young or Black Snow Falling – L.J. MacWhirter !
children under 12 must be accompanied and you must observe Social Distancing Guidelines by booking a slot either by telephone or at https://bit.ly/EdLibBook. Information about opening times and contact details are here https://yourlibrary.edinburgh.gov.uk/web/arena/library-reopening
These are open: Craigmillar, Central, Dumbrae, Craigmillar, Fountainbridge, Gilmerton, Kirkliston, MacDonald Road, Newington, Stockbridge, Westerhailes
Maths Circles for children aged 7-14 and their families
Our next Online Maths Circle will take place on Saturday 5th December.
Children aged 7-14 will be able to join us for an hour of fun and interactive mathematical activities.
Further details can be found at: https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/school-of-mathematics/outreach/maths-circle
Last week in class we have been looking at traditional Scottish stories and fairytales.