Penicuik In The Park 25th May 2019

Children’s Sports are being introduced to the event for the first time.  These will be held in the all-weather pitches and run by the Penicuik Harriers. There will be boys’ and girls’ races for any interested children as follows:

CHILDREN’s SPORTS

2:30pm       Ages 5-6

2:45pm       Ages 7-8

3:00pm       Ages 9-10

3:15pm       Ages 11-12

If parents want their children to take part, they should please email secretary@penicuikharriers.org.uk  giving the child’s name, age and gender. Or a child can just turn up (15 minutes early!) and if there is space can join in.

Children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult.

SPORTS DAY 14TH MAY 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

The school sports day is fast approaching and will be held on Tuesday 14th May.

As you will be aware, our playground space has been greatly reduced due to the building of our school extension. The grass areas where we would normally have the running lanes and circular track are now inaccessible.  We have explored other options however, risk assessments have shown and logistics such as toilets have ruled this out.

Due to the above circumstances and lack of space which drives us to be more conscious of health and safety around the event, we have taken the decision to have the upper school, primaries 4-7, in the morning of Tuesday 14th between 9.30 and 12.00 and the lower primaries, P1-3 in the afternoon between 1.30 and 3.00.

The activities planned will mean that our sports day is more of a “potted sports” rather than a competitive event but we have ensured that every child will have an opportunity to compete in a sprint event.

As always, you are welcome to come along and be spectators on the day! We hope for good weather but in the event of a very wet day our reserve day is Friday 17th May where the times would be altered to 9.00 – 10.30 for upper primaries and then 11.00 -12.15 for lower.

We are sure that we will have your support and understanding around these arrangements given the conditions that we are working under.

Regards

Karen Hancock, Heather Galbucci and Brodie Abbott