Tuesday, 31 March 2015

April Term Dates

Wed 1st        8am Friends of Sciennes Meeting 
                     Swimming and Diving Gala RCP 
Thurs 2nd    Assemblies
                    Term Ends at 2.50pm / 3.20pm
Tues 21st      All Resume

Edinburgh Leisure Easter Activities and Camps

Easter is fast approaching and Edinburgh Leisure has lots of fun happening all around the City over the holidays, for everyone from tinies to teenagers and beyond!

For the wee ones
We've great concentrated Pre-School swimming lessons as well as the chance to have some climbing fun from 4yrs+ at EICA:Ratho. Or to burn even more energy try the climbing and soft play combo sessions. And remember under 5's can swim for free at any of our pools.
And Easter wouldn't be Easter without a party or two. Obviously our fantastic soft plays (including our huge Rock Tots Play Room and Cafe for the Under 5's) will be open as usual but we've also got some special soft play fun this Easter
Easter Soft Play Fun
At Clambers at the Royal Commonwealth Pool we’ve an eggciting egg hunt on Good Friday 3rd April with a very special Easter Bonnet Parade on Easter Sunday 5th April including a welcome return of our cool creatures animal handling. Call us on 0131 667 7211 to find out more.
You’re also invited to the Scrambles Bug Ball on 16th April where children can make their own beautiful bugs, as well as getting up close to some real life creatures and critters.

For primary school

As usual we've lots of sports to try including swimming, trampolining, diving, climbing, athletics, football and gymnastics (freestyle and general).
We’ve limited spaces left on some of our Activator Multi-Activity Holiday Camps around the City.
There's also Aquavator Camp running at Warrender where kids get to try out a huge variety of water based activities including water polo, wacky races and lots of team games.
And swimming for free for primary school children during public opening hours will be making a come back at Edinburgh Leisure Pools thanks to City of Edinburgh Council funding.  Keep your eyes on the website for more detail coming soon.

NEW Aquatics Camp at the Royal Commonwealth Pool
In our unique camp children aged 9 – 14 years can spend a week having fun whilst they work towards recognised Scottish Swimming and Royal Life Saving Society awards. Have a look at the website or call 0131 667 6211 for more information.
And for the teens
There's lots of opportunity for teens to learn all about working out in the gyms in our popular NRG Zone concentrated gym sessions. And EICA:Ratho is running a wide variety of climbing and abseiling adventures for kids to try.
This Easter, as well as the Aquatics Camp, we're running the H2GO! Swim and Gym camp and Warrender Swim Centre where teens can boost their technique in the gym and in the pool.

It's not just about the kids – our usual classes are on and our gyms and pools are open over the holidays.

Meadows Tennis

At long last Spring is here! (Despite hail and snow today!)

At Meadows Tennis we kick off with our ever popular Easter courses for children and when school is back we have courses running through April-June - please click here for details.

We also have a fantastic offer during Easter. We are taking part in the LTA National Mini Tennis Month and we have some free tennis for the family where equipment can be provided. These sessions are taking part on 7th, 9th, 14th and 16th April from 3:00-4:00pm.

To book please click on the National Mini Tennis Week website.
Not forgetting adults, we start back with our weekly sessions on Monday 20/4/15 - please click here for details.

Please book these sessions online using the links above or give us a call on 0131 443 0101.
See you on court!  

Free swimming for Primary School children this Easter break

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Free swimming for Primary School children this Easter break
Edinburgh Leisure announces  that thanks to funding from the City of Edinburgh Council, the free swimming initiative will be on offer again at all Edinburgh Leisure pools from 3rd - 20th April (inclusive). Primary School children can swim for free during Public Swim sessions. Remember that children under 5 swim for free all year round at every Edinburgh Leisure pool. The free swimming is part of a wide choice of Easter holiday activities for children of all ages.

When is the free swimming available?
Have a look at our handy at a glance guide so you can see when our public swim sessions are for children and families.

Plan ahead
The earlier you get there the more fun you can have; we recommend arriving no later than half an hour before the Public Swim session's finish time. It's important that children are safe whilst in the swimming pools. To make sure they enjoy their swim time and stay safe, our normal adult/child ratios will be observed. These are:
•    Under 5 years old: one adult to one child (with or without armbands), or one adult to two children with armbands
•    5 to 8 years old: one adult to two children (with or without armbands)
•    Mixed ages: one adult to one child under five with armbands, and one 5 - 8 years old (with or without armbands)
•    Over 9 years old: children can use the swimming pool on their own
As always, if you have any queries contact the centre on the number listed. We hope you stay active over the holidays and enjoy your swim!

Our swimming pools:
•    Ainslie Park Leisure Centre (0131 551 2400)
•    Dalry Swim Centre (0131 313 3964)
•    Drumbrae Leisure Centre (0131 312 7957)
•    Glenogle Swim Centre (0131 343 6376)
•    Gracemount Leisure Centre (0131 658 1940)
•    Leith Victoria Swim Centre (0131 555 4728)
•    Portobello Swim Centre (0131 669 6888)
•    Queensferry High (0131 669 6888)
•    Royal Commonwealth Pool (0131 667 7211)
•    Warrender Swim Centre (0131 447 0052)

P5 Mandarin Workshops

Thank you so much to Audrey Blake (Scottish Opera), Judith McKerrecher (SCILT Professional Development Officer) and to her colleagues from the Confucius Institute for Scotland’s Schools (CISS) for providing such high quality language learning workshops for our P5 pupils on Monday 30th March. Judith began by sharing Scottish Opera's Warriors! ebook and it was wonderful to see how many lyrics and how much Mandarin pupils have already picked up. 
We were then treated to three fantastic language workshops:
Colours - Beijing opera masks

Families are in for a real treat on Wednesday 6th May when our P5s team up with our friends from Scottish Opera for 'Warriors!'

More photographs on the P5 Class Page.

Monday, 30 March 2015

Studio to Stage: School Orchestra Resonate at the Queen's Hall

A wonderful opportunity for our children to participate in this showcase event, in a prestigious venue, celebrating young people's talents in music, drama and dance with schools from across the city. Our pupils were expertly prepared for the Resonate: Studio to Stage concert at the Queen's Hall on Monday 30th March by Mrs Campbell and they all made us truly proud, rising admirably to the occasion by performing one of the BBC Ten Pieces: Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King." Pupils also performed "Greensleeves" and thoroughly deserved their rousing applause.

Many thanks to Lucy Vaughan (Principal Officer Creative Learning) and Carla Hay (Youth Music Initiative Projects Assistant) for inviting us to take part and to the huge behind-the-scenes team who provided such high quality sound and lighting, making everything run so smoothly. Thank you to Mrs Samanda Campbell who led and conducted the orchestra superbly, accompanied by Mrs Ruth McVicker on piano. Thanks also to Mrs Katherine Peace for escorting and playing alongside the pupils and to all the families who came along to support and celebrate the children's hard work and achievement. A lovely way to end the term and we look forward to hearing the Orchestra and other musical ensembles perform on May 13th at a showcase organised by the Parent Council.

Orchestra members with Lucy Vaughan, CEC Principal Officer Creative Learning

Sean in one of our plush red Reserved seats

Lucy Vaughan introduced proceedings and has been a great supporter of our BBC Ten Pieces projects

School Orchestra at Queen's Hall

Resonate: Studio to Stage at the Queen’s Hall

Monday 30th March 5.45pm for 6.30pm-9.00pm 

The Sciennes School Orchestra, conducted by Mrs Samanda Campbell, has been invited to perform at the Queen’s Hall on Monday 30th March. Resonate: Studio to Stage is an annual, highly regarded, event celebrating Expressive Arts in our city schools. Children will be seated in the audience until it is their turn to perform at approximately 8.00pm, but N.B. they do not require a ticket.

Pupils require to wear full school uniform: white shirt and tie, dark trousers and dark shoes and should make their way to the Green Room in the Queen's Hall at 5.45pm (or by 6pm at the very latest) to collect their instruments then sit in the red seats, as shown at the rehearsal this afternoon.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at £4.00 each (£2.00 concessions) from the Queen’s Hall Box Office:

The Queen’s Hall Tickets & Information: 0131 668 2019 |
If you buy tickets in person or over the telephone, credit/debit card fees can vary. http://www.thequeenshall.net/whats-on/shows/resonate-2015-from-studio-to-stage 

Blaze Basketball Easter Camps

Great picture of P7 pupil Annie in Blaze's leaflet about Easter holiday basketball camps.

More information here:


New block begins next term on 
Apr 21/23/25 to June 23/25/27 (10 weeks) £30
Casual rate: £3.50 on the day


Activities Coordinator: Eoghann Dover  
Email: activities@cragssports.com
Phone: 0131 667 3334 (daytime)

Sunday, 29 March 2015

SSAA Cross Country 18.4.15


Good luck to our P6 and P7 pupils taking part in the annual national Scottish Schools Athletics Association (SSAA) cross country event in the Easter holidays at Kirkcaldy High School. Thank you to parent supporters and to Sheila Scott-Hobbs who has volunteered to be Lead Adult. Pupils will be issued with a Sciennes t-shirt and tracksuit top.

P6 Boys Matthew R, Stephen,
P7 Boys Joe
P6 Girls Susannah, Holly, Emily
P7 Girls Cerys, Phoebe, Robyn

Races 1 and 2 Primary Six Girls 1:30pm and 1:45pm
Races 3 and 4 Primary Six Boys 2:00pm and 2:15pm
Races 5 and 6 Primary Seven Girls 2:30pm and 2:45pm
Races 7 and 8 Primary Seven Boys 3:00pm and 3:15pm 
AWARDS 4:00pm
Times are only approximate. 
Each Race will follow on from the completion of the previous one. 
No spiked shoes

EPSSA Swim and Dive Gala Wed 1.4.15

Good luck to our P7 Swimmers and to our P6 and P7 Divers competing at the annual Edinburgh Primary Schools Sports Association (EPSSA) Swim and Dive Gala on Wednesday 1st April. Thank you to Mrs Beth Walker (Sciennes P.E. and Swimming Specialist) who co-ordinates and comperes the event for her support in trialling and preparing the pupils.

The event begins at the Royal Commonwealth Pool at 9.45am and Sciennes will be taking part sporting our '70' swimming caps, generously funded by the School Council last year. Race timetable is shown below. (Schools with more than 125 pupils are 'A' schools and 'B' schools have fewer than 125 pupils). Every primary school in Edinburgh has an EPSSA number for competitions and ours is 70. Pupils have been issued with a letter and are reminded to bring £1.00 for lockers. Parents wishing to spectate are welcome to accompany us to RCP and we will leave school shortly after morning registration. (Please note that, whatever our personal results, we always stay for the medal ceremony at the end and so may be late back for lunch.)

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Sciennes School Orchestra at Queen's Hall

Resonate: Studio to Stage at the Queen’s Hall

Monday 30th March 5.45pm for 6.30pm-9.00pm 

The Sciennes School Orchestra, conducted by Mrs Samanda Campbell, has been invited to perform at the Queen’s Hall on Monday 30th March. Resonate: Studio to Stage is an annual, highly regarded, event celebrating Expressive Arts in our city schools. Children will be seated in the audience until it is their turn to perform at approximately 8.00pm.

Pupils require to wear full school uniform: white shirt and tie, dark trousers and dark shoes and should meet Mrs Campbell and Ms Gallagher at the rear entrance of the Queen's Hall at 5.45pm (or by 6pm at the very latest). The children will attend a rehearsal from 2pm until 2.30pm on Monday, and we expect to return to school by the end of the day but please be aware that there may be delays in rehearsing the programme.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at £4.00 each (£2.00 concessions) from the Queen’s Hall Box Office:

The Queen’s Hall Tickets & Information: 0131 668 2019 |
If you buy tickets in person or over the telephone, credit/debit card fees can vary. http://www.thequeenshall.net/whats-on/shows/resonate-2015-from-studio-to-stage

BBC Ten Pieces at Sciennes

Have you checked out our Vimeo Videos? Our children have been engaging with the innovative BBC Ten Pieces classical music initiative in many ways throughout the year and here are a few video examples of some of their class work. (Alternatively, click on the VIDEOS button on our school website.)


Fabulous Baker Boys out on The Meadows raising funds for the Playground

Great initiative from P6 pupils Luke, Toby, Ewan, Archie M, Matthew R, Tom and Santosh organising a Bake Sale on the Meadows this morning as part of their 'Me and My World' JASS award in aid of Sciennes Playground Fundraising.

Friday, 27 March 2015

P4-7 Believe • Achieve Assembly 27.3.15

At the P4-7 Believe • Achieve Assembly on Friday 27th March we celebrated P6 pupil Milenka's fantastic achievement at a recent International Fencing competition in Poland where she came 26th out of 128 participants in her age group. She was the highest ranked girl from Scotland and the second highest ranking from Britain. Milenka gave a confident and engaging presentation and was roundly congratulated by all.

Milenka, far right

Pupils had an opportunity to share their learning and achievements at Parents' Consultations this week and it was wonderful to welcome families into school. We really value our ongoing partnership with families. Well done also to all the staff who have worked so hard to display their pupils' work to such great effect and we hoped you enjoyed visiting classrooms. A favourite haunt was the 'Evacuee's Waiting Room' on the top landing, complete with suitcases and gas mask boxes!

Each P6 class performed their fabulous BBC Ten Pieces dances at Assembly last week and this week they were able to see the video of their Year Group performance of Anna Meredith's 'Connect It' dance. We think Mr Howie's 'Sciennes' animated logo is super cool!

JASS AWARDS in P6 and P7
We aim to allocate about six months to the Junior Award Scheme Scotland (JASS) awards at Bronze (P6) and Silver (P7) Levels and we include as many holidays within that time as possible - from the beginning of the October holiday until the end of the Easter holiday - to help pupils achieve their goals. Next term, pupils have been asked to give a short talk explaining how they have achieved either 8 (Bronze) or 12 (Silver) hours in each of the four categories: Get Active, Stay Active; Adventure; My Interests; Me and My World. At Assembly we highlighted the numerous Easter holiday activities available to help any pupils make up additional hours still required to achieve the award (see slideshow and website or Sciennes Twitter feed and Facebook Page for details). Individual log in accounts have now been created so we hope to begin our pilot eJASS programme with some of our P7 pupils before the end of term.

Luke and Toby gave details of their innovating idea to achieve their 'Me and My World' certificate by running a Bake Sale in the Meadows during football practice tomorrow morning Saturday 28th March from 9.30am. All items £1.00 and all proceeds to the Playground Fund. It never ceases to amaze that a third of our school population - 215 pupils! - take part in the Sciennes Football Club. Testament indeed to the great enthusiasm and dedication of so many of our parents and supporters.

Me and My World Ideas:

This year, our pupils have generously supported local and national charity fundraisers: Food Bank, Children in Need, Comic Relief, as well as taking part in Playground Fundraising events at school including Camera Obscura Family evening, Christmas Fair and the forthcoming Swimathon. Participation in these events counts towards the 'Me and My World' JASS award, as does making a difference at home such as helping neighbours or gardening. Pupils have been asked to show support on Saturday 28th March for WWF's Earth Hour by switching off lights at 8.30pm - 9.30pm, which would count as an hour towards the award. Pupils might also consider preparing and delivering a Talk about a charitable organisation, or deciding to give their time in some way to help others.

The Science Festival is about to begin and to highlight the exciting opportunities on offer we showed the 'Scientific Method Rap.' Mr McKenna has posters and leaflets in his Science Lab and invited pupils to come and ask him about some of the activities on offer during the holiday. (See website and Sciennes Twitter feed or Facebook Page.)

We also practised "It's A Wonderful World",  ready to sing it at our Easter Assemblies next week on Thursday morning, led by Mrs Noble.
Please note that term ends on THURSDAY 2nd APRIL at 3.20pm, normal time, and we look forward to welcoming pupils back to school on TUESDAY 21st APRIL.

Blaze Basketball Friday 27th March

Blaze Basketball has organised an U12 girls game against Edinburgh Lions Basketball Club from 3-4pm at the Crags on Friday 27th March, just before the primary school cluster league. Sarah, Eoghann and Sheila have given a special invitation to the girls at Sciennes who have been attending the lunchtime club. They will receive a free t-shirt if they can attend the event!

Developing Girls' Basketball

Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Judy Murray Launches New Tennis Programme

Judy Murray’s Miss-Hits programme announced its new free mobile and tablet app has been shortlisted for the Sports Technology Awards, in the ‘Best Technology to Promote Participation in Sport’ Category. The app is now available for download on all Apple and Android devices.

Designed by Judy Murray, Miss-Hits has been launched in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). The programme is specifically targeted at girls aged five to eight years old and aims to get more young girls playing tennis. It focuses on fun, friendship and enjoyment, whilst enabling girls to discover skills they never knew they had.
The programme features six characters who take the girls through the basics of tennis with a variety of active sessions. Each character has their own signature tennis shot, trick, game and dance, to help the girls learn more about each of the basic elements of tennis.

The Miss-Hits website launched on Monday 23rd March; you can visit the website at www.miss-hits.com  The website has 3 sections- adults, children, and coaches, including a feature to register interest in becoming a Miss-Hits coach.
The Sports Technology Awards celebrate the increasingly important role that technology plays in sports, with the Miss-Hits app being one of six to be shortlisted in its category. The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony on Friday 27th March 2015.

British Fed Cup captain, Judy Murray designed the programme and has been helping to roll it out over the past eight months. Judy said “we’re delighted to see the Miss-Hits app shortlisted for these prestigious awards. The programme has had overwhelming interest since last summer and we can’t wait to train up more coaches and see more young girls get excited about tennis. Miss-Hits is about having fun, and offering young girls the chance to have really positive first experiences of the sport. The app and the website look great and will hopefully really enhance the programme and engage with both adults and children.”

To keep up with all the latest news from Miss-Hits, visit:

Twitter: @miss-hits

Monday, 23 March 2015

Free Racquets Weekend 28th and 29th March

Edinburgh Sports Club Family Open Weekend 
Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2015, 1pm – 5pm.
Sports on offer:
Table Tennis
Padel tennis – (Edinburgh Sports Club is the only venue in Scotland to have a Padel court. Be the first to try this exciting sport!)
All sessions are free and delivered by coaching staff.
Book your slot-0131 539 7071 

Ryan Harrower | Racquets Development Officer | Sports and Outdoor Learning Unit | Schools and Community Services | Children and Families | The City of Edinburgh Council | Forrester/St. Augustine’s Community Sports Hub


Sunday, 22 March 2015

Bangholm Outdoor Learning Holiday Activities


See Bangholm's Easter 2015 Brochure for details of activities:

  • Canoeing & Kayaking
  • Multi-Activity Days
  • Mountain Biking
  • Climbing
  • Cycling
  • Hill Walking

City of Edinburgh's Sports and Outdoor Learning Unit has a full programme of outdoor and adventurous activities taking place this Easter in the city.  The programme is open to pupils from P6 – S4 and most sessions run from 10am – 4pm.
You can book individual days or a week-long progressive programme.  You may also be able to work towards outdoor skills awards.
Come and join us for an Easter adventure!
Full details of dates, pricing and how to book are available on www.joininedinburgh.org/Sports-Unit.
If you need additional information please contact Lynne Crawford on Lynne.Crawford@edinburgh.gov.uk

Earth Hour 28th March 2015 8.30pm

Curriculum for Excellence – Achievement

It is just the most amazing privilege to hear each day from children of their wider achievements outwith school and we very much welcome children and families informing us of success. The Senior Leadership Team endeavours to highlight accomplishments on our website and at Assemblies. The ‘spotlight’ in the P1-3 Assembly and ‘What have you done today to make yourself feel proud?’ at the P4-7 Assembly, are always full and a great opportunity to recognise and encourage achievement. The class teachers also post information of activities in school on the Class Pages of our school website. We make every attempt to celebrate our children’s efforts as: Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Responsible Citizens and Effective Contributors.
Alison Noble, Headteacher

Parent/Carer Evenings

We hope you will enjoy coming to Parent/Carer Consultations on Tuesday 24th March (5pm-8pm) or Thursday 26th March (4pm-7pm) and that it will help further the partnership between home and school for your child’s learning.

You will have received an appointment time and we suggest it is worth trying to arrive about fifteen minutes early. This will allow you to locate your child’s classroom and spend some time looking at their work before meeting your child's teacher in the Hall. You can of course visit the classroom after your appointment. Primary Seven pupils meet their teachers on the top landing and have been invited to join the meeting with you. Please wait outside on the landing until called in.

Do take time, if you can, to look at the displays around the school. The Parent Council will have refreshments for sale outside the Hall. There is a Book Fair in the Library and we hope you will find time to look at our Playground display.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Senior Leadership Team

Dance Division Holiday Camps

Dance Division Holiday Dance Camps
Full week: Monday- Friday, 9:30am-3pm
Easter and Summer 2015

Various dates and venues throughout Edinburgh
Early Bird Offer - ONLY £56 for full week or £14 per day.
Venues: Marchmont St Giles Church (Kilgraston Road)
             Drummond Community High School
             Northfield Community Centre

Dance camps will include a variety of styles such as Street Dance, Cheerleading, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Contemporary and Own Choreography.

Camps will include dance activities, craft activities, as well as other related activities and participants will receive dance booklets to complete during the camp. There will be a performance at the end of the dance camp – a fun opportunity for the children to show off what they have learned throughout the Camp.

The main focus of the Dance Camp is enjoyment and participation. The Dance Camp is suitable for all ages and levels and Camps will be tailored to the participants’ needs, demands and interests.
Suitable for all ages P1-P7 and all abilities. Camps are inclusive and fun!

To Book: Contact Cat Perry - cat@dancedivision.org.uk 
Or book online www.dancedivision.org.uk
Visit our website for all dates and further info or email us.

Carlton Cricket Club Juniors

Primary Four are currently receiving cricket coaching arranged by Jonathan Wallace, our Active Schools Co-ordinator.

Boys and girls can join Carlton at age 7.
If your child of any age is interested in joining for the upcoming 2015 season, please get in touch by emailing  juniormembers@carltoncc.co.uk. Although the junior membership is full apart from the youngest group (those who will be 7 before the start of the season), they are running a waiting list. They will be reviewing the list before the start of the season and will then offer places to as many children on the waiting list as we can.
If you have any other questions about joining or Carlton Juniors in general, please email juniors@carltoncc.co.uk.

"Carlton is a community club in the city.
We take great pride in how our club has grown and developed over recent years and, in particular, the close way that the junior and senior sections of the club work together.
Our junior section is run by volunteer parents, supported by a small number of professional coaches.
We have four main aims for the junior section:
  • To help youngsters fall in love with cricket.
  • To help all keen young players improve their game.
  • To support talented young players to progress and play at as high a level as they want/can.
  • For parents and their children to feel welcome around Grange Loan and as part of the wider cricket club."
See website for details of Carlton Cricket Club Juniors

Friday, 20 March 2015

BBC Ten Pieces at P4-7 Assembly 20.3.15

Outstanding, polished performances from our three excellent Primary Six classes at P4-7 Assembly on Friday 20th March to three of the ten BBC Ten Pieces of classical music:

P6A Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King"
P6B Mozart's "Horn Concerto"
P6C Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5"

Many thanks to Vanessa from Dance Division for developing the dances with the children this term, assisting with yesterday's filmed performance in the playground (including the P6 Year Group performance of Edinburgh composer Anna Meredith's "Connect It") then rehearsing and leading them through today's Assembly. Video footage to follow!

Well done also to Daniel and Christie from P5B on their Internet Safety presentation, reminding us all to stay safe online. All pupils were also reminded that they may only take photographs with their teacher's permission and that all mobile phones must be switched off before school until the end of the school day.

Final (Doubled) Total for Comic Relief £1913.22!

Our grand - quite exceptional - total raised for Comic Relief was announced at P4-7 Assembly on Friday 20th March. Once doubled by the UK Government, it amounts to an incredible £1913.22!

P5 pupil May read her touching 'Kindness' poem, assisted by Rose, and we all want to say thank you to our school community for their great kindness and generosity.

May's Kindness Acrostic Poem
Kindness is within you, you can be kind in any way
In your house make breakfast in bed just for mum and dad
Never think it's just about you, it's about other people too
Do a kind thing within your heart, maybe just one or two
Notice all around you everywhere around, help an elderly person so he does not fall to the ground
Even if you're in a rush you stop and look around. Help them or say hello. Anyway it's kindness as you go
So you see it's not a joke, be kind to anyone and you will see there's no reward it's just a little fun
So now you see how kindness grows now you can be kind, on you go!