The Scottish Government is updating the National Approach to Anti-Bullying for Scotland’s Children and Young People. The purpose of this is to help adults who are in contact with children and young people to prevent and deal with bullying in similar ways.
The Scottish Government are consulting children and young people and their parents as part of the process of updating the National Approach. There is a short questionnaire with a view to gathering the views of parents on anti-bullying. Please note the closing date is Friday 19 February.
Please see our downloads area for a flyer about the next Information and Support Sessions for Parents and Carers who wish more information or are concerned about their pre-teen or teenager’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health. These sessions have been planned with the support of CAHMS and other relevant organisations.
Each monthly session has a different topic focus. There is also an opportunity for parents and carers to meet other parents and supportive professionals in a safe relaxed environment. Parents and carers of 11-18 year olds from in and around Edinburgh are welcome to attend any of the sessions.
For more information or to book a place on any of the sessions please contact Jillian Hart, Parent and Carer Support Development Officer on 07860 736129 or email email@example.com
Teen Triple P is a new group suitable for parents and carers who have a child aged 11-16 years who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Social/Communication difficulties and is enrolled in a City of Edinburgh mainstream school.
The pilot meeting is Tuesday 26th April-28th June 2016, 9.30-11.30am, Tynecastle Community Wing, Tynecastle High School, 2a McLeod Street, Edinburgh EH11 2ND. To allow facilitators to liaise with parents and carers beforehand please try to submit applications before Monday the 29th February 2016.
They welcome applications directly from parents and carers and applications can be made by completing an online application form and emailing it to:
Please indicate clearly on the application form the parents and carers who wish to attend the Autism Teen Triple P group.
Details of the Teen Triple P groups which are running across Edinburgh can always be found on www.joininedinburgh.org
Congratulations to Jim Pringle and Kath Williamson who won the parent council 50:50 club draw tonight. Congratulations to both.
A Trinity Academy student, Jack Lidell, applied to UNICEF to be one of only 20 bloggers from across the world, and was chosen out of 3,000 applicants. Jack’s achievement was recognised in the Edinburgh Reporter today. He is now halfway through his blogging internship and has about seven more blogs to write. You can read his blogs here.
Congratulations to India Dodd, Sophie Hamilton, Jocelyn Low and Jonah Walsh who have all qualified to compete at the Scottish Schools Swimming Championships at Tollcross, Glasgow on 30 January 2016.
Happy new year and welcome to 2016, a new year and school term. To start the year we thought it might be useul to provide a one-stop summary of all the ways to stay in touch with what’s happening at the school and Parent Council. Feel free to pick those that suit you best.
The school has a website and it is updated regularly and the Rector’s blog is usually updated once each week. The school also provides a number of Twitter feeds:
Some of the Twitter feeds are private which means you need approval (and a Twitter account) to follow them.
Most of our communication is posted to this website but we also update our Twitter feed and Facebook group regularly. Please feel free to follow any of those accounts and we’d love to hear your feedback too.