Prizes for our 50:50 club are now around £75 each month and we’ve made it really easy to join.
Callum Maclellan, Curriculum Leader of Science, has previously prepared a guide for parents on how they can help their children with revision and studying. The guide includes techniques to help focus as well as useful links and resources.
It’s now available as a download from this site too.
Following our AGM, our Chair, Liz, was delighted to be able to hand over the Parent Council’s donation of over £8,000 to the school. Parent Council funding is used to support equity and inclusion across the school. This year our donation will help to purchase
- Mathletics, an online Maths learning tool
- Spare PE kits
- Mask sets and lighting equipment for the drama department
- Speakers for music practice rooms
- Extra guitars to allow wider opportunities for performance
- A range of novels promoting positive attitudes
- Entry to the Silver LGBT Chartermark
- French and Spanish dictionaries for pupils to use at home
- Subscription to Linguascope to support vocabulary acquisition for learners of other languages and learning of English as a second language
- Screen to enhance communication across the school
- Transport costs for S1 residential trip
- Support to headteacher’s equity fund
- Ties for all S1 pupils
Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraising last year. This funding will make a real difference across the school.
Our second event to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of Trinity Academy is a torchlight procession. The procession will start at the school, pass through Victoria Park and end back at the school.
All Participants MUST have a Ticket.
If you wish to carry a torch the Procession you can pay to buy a ticket pre-paid for a Torch. Torches are available for a special online price of £12.00. Please note torches will be priced at £15 on the night, subject to availability.
There will be hot soup, mulled wine, hot dogs and other refreshments available at the school before and after the event.
Torches are available from 6pm and the procession will start at 7.30pm. All Children under 16 must be Accompanied by an Adult.
Trinity Academy’s 125th anniversary was marked with a special article the Evening News this week.
Trinity Academicals and Trinity Academy are holding their annual Fun Day on Saturday 1st September. There will be rugby and hockey coaching sessions in the morning and surprise sporting stars will be attending to coach, meet and greet.
This is always a great local event. Come along and support the school, the rugby club and local community groups. Donations of prizes for the Tombola are very welcome. They can be handed in to the school office or brought along on the day. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Trinity Academy is 125 Years old on 4th September 2018. We are planning a year-long celebration and this is the first event. We are showing an outdoor screening of The Greatest Showman (singalong version, in case you want to join in).
For an extra £2 you can also join in our silent disco too!
This is a community event, so former pupils and members of our local community are welcome to come along. We will have the La Favorita pizza chariot, Barney’s Beer, plus JAC’s coffee van from Victoria Park and food and wine on sale.
The doors will open at 6:00pm and the film will start at 7.30pm, so there’s plenty of time to have some food before the show starts. Book through Brown Paper Tickets.
Come along to our party! A great way to start our year of celebrating 125 years of Trinity Academy and looking forward to its future.
This year’s Edinburgh higher education exhibition takes place on the 4th September at the Royal Highland Centre.
This event provides a chance for those thinking of their further education options to join UCAS experts and hundreds of university representatives, employers, and gap year specialists at one of the largest events of its type.
Inspire courses provide an opportunity for secondary school students to be introduced to engineering and science through project work to get a flavour of what to expect at University first year undergraduate level.
During three days at a leading UK university students learn how to manage a project, develop research techniques, carry out problem solving and write reports. They also hear about university life from lecturers, admissions tutors and post-grad students.
The photographs above were taken by one of our S6 students who took part in an Inspire course in summer 2018 at Glasgow Caledonian University.