The Children’s University (CU) Trust offers 7 to 14 year olds (and 5 to 6 year olds with their families) exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside normal school hours.
If you are a child, parent/carer, school or potential partner organisation see the Children’s University Scotland Website for more details
Below are some of the activities that are available locally.
Sections at this Group:
Group Scout Leader: Jonathan Harkins
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Group Scout Leader: Richard Fairbairn
Saughside Farm Stable Management and Riding Centre teaches children from grass root level literally.
The Children are taught how to muck out, clean and rebed the stables. They can measure out the correct food for the horse or pony and fill up empty hay nets. The children are shown all aspects of putting on all the tack on the horse or pony, and how to adjust. They are also shown how to mount and when to rest the horse or pony so they are ready at a given time
Call Louise on 07817 504679 for more information
To be able to try judo to find out if your child would like to continue.
Judo will give good cardiovascular workout, which improves stamina and general health.
The Judo moral code encourages judo players to have:
If your child likes the taster session, then they could join the club and even enter competitions.
Having fun and working towards grades
Junior grading syllabus is at the discretion of the senior instructor, however there is a guidance issued by the Scottish Karate-Do Federation as follows;
Contact: Alex Rorrison 5th Dan Tel: 07552 128 981
Email : JewelKarate@hotmail.co.uk
With Qualified Netball Coaches
Mayfield Leisure Centre Sundays 10am – 11.30am
£3.30 per session
For further information on the above, please contact The Community Recreation Office on 0131 561 6529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a squad of players who play in the ESSDA football 4s in the 2007s year. We train each Tuesday and play matches on Saturday. On match days each squad is divided into two teams of 4 players and 1 rolling substitute. Ten minute matches of football 4s are played against teams from other clubs. Typically all teams will play 5 matches each Saturday within a 1 hour period. The season lasts from March to November.
Contact: Barry Watson 07753204197
Our training and home games are all based at Dalkeith Community Campus, which has excellent indoor and outdoor facilities. Training takes place on a Tuesday evening with most games played on Saturday afternoons.
Whether you are interested in starting playing, coaching, or umpiring or, perhaps, returning to hockey or looking for more information please contact us or just turn up to training and speak to us in person. We are a friendly club and you will be made very welcome.
Age range: between 4 and 18 years old
Normal activity duration: 45 minutes
We are an amateur boxing club, our coaches have many years of experience, so if you would like to take up the sport or just want to train, give us a visit.
6 North Wynd
Dalkeith EH22 1JE
Contact details: Ally Quilietti, Head Coach
With excellent playing and social facilities, we provide rugby for all age groups from 5 yrs onwards and are Positive Coaching Scotland accredited. New playing and social members always welcome
Contact details Tel: 0131 663 8452