As we near the Easter Holidays we thought we’d share some pictures showing just a few of the things which have been happening around the school over the last couple of months. Remember you can see other snaps, and find out more about what the different year groups have been doing, by visiting the Class Pages.
The Gylemuir Summer Fair is to be held on Saturday 20th May, once again organised by the Friends of Gylemuir. The fair will be on in the school and grounds between 11am and 1.30pm.
As always, we’re on the look out for helpers who can assist with setting up & tidying up, as well as people to help out during opening hours. If you can come along to offer assistance for even an hour or so at any point during the day please let your child’s teacher know or mention it at the office.
As the date of the fair approaches we’ll also be looking for donations of items for stalls, so dig out those old books, CDs or toys…or thumb through those recipe books if you want do discover your inner Mary Berry and donate some homebaking!
Inspire Sports Coaching will be running an Easter sports camp at Gylemuir during the first week of the Easter holidays (Monday 3rd – Thursday 6th April). The camp will run between 9am and 4pm on the aforementioned days and offer a variety of sports including basketball, football, tennis, fencing, rounders and hockey. Total cost for the 4 days is £50 and you can book a place now via www.inspiresportscoaching.org
Meanwhile, the council’s Sports Development Team will be running their regular Easter Holiday Multi-Sports Programme at the Forrester / St Augustine’s sports hub during both weeks of the holidays (Mon 3rd – Fri 7th and Mon 10th – Fri 14th). Cost per week is £50 and you can find more details by clicking HERE.
From Monday 6th – Thursday 13th there are also activities and sports going
on at Gate 55 on Sighthill Road, as part of the Games at the Gate Easter Sports & Activity Camp. Cost for that is £17 per day or £8.50 for a half-day, bookable via www.gamesatthegate.weebly.com
We had planned to give pupils the opportunity to dress down for World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March, but as the children are having photos taken that day we are instead inviting them to bring in slippers and a dressing gown. You are still welcome to make a small donation towards decorating our new library if you wish.
The main event of the day – organised by the Friends of Gylemuir – will be going ahead as scheduled however. Storyteller Fiona Herbert will be in Gylemuir for the day and all the children will be given the opportunity to hear from her.
World Book Day – on Thursday 2nd March – is set to be an exciting day in school thanks to an event organised by the Friends of Gylemuir. The storyteller Fiona Herbert will be in Gylemuir for the day and all the children will be given the opportunity to hear from her.
In addition to our visit from Fiona we are inviting the pupils to dress down and bring in a favourite blanket, cushion or soft toy to relax with when they are reading or hearing stories. If your child is dressing down we’d invite you to make a small donation towards decorating our new library.