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East Renfrewshire Cricket Club

All Stars Cricket provides boys and girls from 5-8 years old with 8 weeks of non-stop fun. The activity and game based programme is suitable for all skill levels, providing your child with the foundations to begin a lifelong love of physical activity and cricket, while making friends in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Programme features:

•             For all boys and girls aged five to eight

•             Delivered nationwide at over 2,000 centres

•             Eight one-hour sessions, held over eight weeks

•             Emphasis on fun and being active

•             Focus on developing your child’s movement skills

•             Great first introduction to cricket

•             Safe and fully accredited

•             Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too

•             Easy online registration

Sign up now using the link below;

https://ecb.clubspark.uk/AllStars/Course/f59d008e-e2f8-46ff-b776-2a1fa5d7b525

Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to your door, if you are returning in 2018.

Sessions start from May in 2018, so register early to ensure that you book your place for a Summer of Big Moments.

If you have any questions please contact us on juniors@eastrencricketclub.com or phone 07837129845.

 

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ALL STARS CRICKET CLUB P1-4

Active Schools in partnership with East Renfrewshire Cricket Club are offering all P1-4 children across East Renfrewshire primary schools the opportunity to participate in the National ‘ALLSTARS CRICKET PROGRAMME’. This is starting on Tuesday 23rd May at Woodfarm Cricket Pitches from 5-6pm.

The club will run for 8 weeks and parents will need to register their children online to book their place as places are limited.

Register at www.eastrenfrencricketclub.com

The cost is £40.00 for block – this includes coaching and kids get a bag with their own cricket kit!

So try a new sport sign up now for some fun cricket lessons…

All Stars Cricket Club Flyer

Spring Activities from East Renfrewshire Council

The Spring holidays are fast approaching and there are loads of activities on offer for your children!

If you are in receipt of council tax or housing benefits you may be able to get FREE places on some of our most popular activities including our all days camps at Barrhead High Schools and Eastwood High School.

Our full brochure will be out in schools shortly but in the meantime you can view the online version at:

http://www.ercultureandleisure.org/activities

or book on by calling 0141 577 3008.

Spring 2017 Activities flyer

Giffnock Primary Badminton Team

Yesterday Giffnock Primary Badminton Team took part in the East Renfrewshire Primary School Badminton Finals in Barrhead and our team came 3rd out of 7 teams!

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Our team! Back row, left to right – Matthew, Calum, Philip, Zoe and Ava. Front row, left to right – Kirsty, Pete and Jessica

Last year Giffnock came 5th out of 7 schools so there has been a great improvement and the team did exceptionally well considering that the school does not have an after-school badminton club and the team has not had much chance to practise together.

It was really close with Uplawmoor at one point and the team came close to 2nd Place. There were not many points in it!

Well done!

Giffnock Badminton Team

On Friday Giffnock Primary Badminton Team played a series of qualifying matches in a tournament. The team won and this means that they qualify for the Finals held at Barrhead Foundry on Tuesday 22nd November.

Congratulations to the Team for a great performance!

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The victorious team – good luck for the finals!

East Renfrewshire Primary Tennis Finals

Last week we posted about the success of Giffnock Primary School pupils  who qualified to compete at the East Renfrewshire Primary Tennis Finals.

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They represented the Woodfarm cluster in the competition that is now into its 8th year.

The finals were held today and 22 primary schools played each other in a closely fought contest. Giffnock Primary ended up in an excellent third place. Well done to Heather, Erin, Ellis and Kyle from P4!

Tennis champs in Giffnock Primary!

A team from P4 in Giffnock Primary has won the competition to represent the Woodfarm Cluster at the East Renfrewshire Cluster tennis competition. They will soon compete against other primary schools representing their clusters. Well done to Kyle, Ellis, Erin and Heather and good luck!

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Kyle, Ellis, Erin and Heather, representing Giffnock Primary.

Giffnock pupil heads to 2016 Dance World Cup

Lewis Anderson from P5 has been selected, along with with 19 of his fellow students from the G12 Dance Studios in Glasgow, to represent team Scotland in the 2016 Dance World Cup. This is the largest international dance competition in the world for dancers aged 5-24.

Well done Lewis!

Read more: http://www.glasgowsouthandeastwoodextra.co.uk/news/dance-group-on-the-way-to-jersey-1-3998323#ixzz3xxwbuAZw

Bronze Medal for Gymnastics

Chloe Anderson from P3B was awarded a bronze medal for a gymnastics competition held at Williamwood High School in December. Chloe took part in the Floor and Vault sections of the competition. She is a member of Flair Gymnastics and  lots of practice has helped Chloe to this achievement!

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David Fraser from East Renfrewshire Council presented Chloe with her medal during a school assembly held in Giffnock Primary today.

Engaging Parents in Physical Education Event Information

From Education Scotland:

Lornshill Academy, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Saturday 30th January 2016, 9.30am – 1pm

This event is suitable for both parents/carers and practitioners with responsibility for learners in all sectors. The aim of the event is to enable delegates to develop their understanding of how high quality Physical Education can support learning across the curriculum. The day will comprise of theory and practical sessions* which will demonstrate this, in addition to exemplifying how a strong home-school partnership can extend the learning experience. There will also be opportunities to hear key messages and engage in conversation with presenters, colleagues and parents.  Children are welcome – there will be PE experiences for them to participate in.

*Participation in the practical sessions is not compulsory, although is encouraged. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear.

To register for this event, please sign up using the Survey Monkey Link below.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/engagingparentsinPE