The City of Edinburgh Council is looking to gather the views of parents and carers, pupils and staff on future school session dates for 2019-2020 and beyond. The survey is being carried out via an online questionnaire about the timing of school holidays and how the school year should look in future.
The survey will be open from Wednesday 4 October until Friday 10 November 2017.
Phase 2 of the rollout of the 20miles per hour speed limit went live on 28 February 2017. The second phase is the largest construction phase in the scheme stretching from Granton to Portobello, Duddingston to Morningside, Gorgie to Murrayfield.
You can find out if your street is changing to 20mph by checking the interactive map.
Edinburgh is the first city in Scotland to roll out 20mph limits in this way.
Newhaven Heritage community group have prepared a leaflet to seek feedback and support to retain Victoria for either educational or community use. Victoria is the oldest working school in Edinburgh and has served the village of Newhaven since 1844.
If you want to support this or shares your views on the future use of the school, please let respond to them by completing the feedback section of the leaflet that’s available in our download area. You can post your response in the Save The School For Newhaven boxes at the school office or local shops.
The City of Edinburgh Council is also seeking views on this proposal and there is an online survey available to respond to them directly.
Health Scotland has published seasonal guidance, advice and resources to minimise the spread of Norovirus (‘winter vomiting bug’). There is a leaflet available to download from our website and more advice on the Health Scotland website.
The main message to get away is that students who have been off school must wait at least 48 hours after the last time they are sick or have diahorrea, not the first time they are ill.
Please see the infographics below for more information about preventing norovirus and what to do if you catch it.
In his latest blog post Mr Paterson reflects on achievement in the school and his nomination for the Local Heroes award.
He highlights the high quality of the teaching and support staff at Trinity Academy as well as the tremendous news that the school has seen a 30% uptake in S1 for 2016-2017.
As Mr Paterson would probably say, “onwards and upwards!”
Tickets for the quiz night are selling fast and it’s sure to be a fun evening as well as raising funds for the school. The more the merrier!
To find out more and learn how to get tickets check out the earlier post.
Congratulations to Rachel Sherval who won the parent council 50:50 club draw tonight. Congratulations!
Welcome back from the half term break. Here are a few school dates for the next few weeks that may be of interest.
25th February at 20:00 in the Starbank Inn – Fundraising group meeting (new members and volunteers always welcome)
29th February at 17:00 – Parents’ information evening for the S1 France trip
1st March at 19:00 – Parent Council meeting
22nd March – Spring Fling
The timetable for 2016 SQA exams is now available for download.