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.
Our next Parent Council meeting is this Thursday 26th January, 7:00-9:00pm. We will be discussing Parent Council priorities for next year (including investment in school, community database etc) and the head teacher’s report.
You don’t have to be a member of the parent council to come to our meetings. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the work of the school and help your child.
The Edinburgh Competition Festival Association runs an annual festival that provides an opportunity for amateur musicians of all ages to perform their pieces in a friendly workshop environment and, along with other performers of a similar ability, receive constructive feedback and advice from a specialist adjudicator.
Newcomers are very welcome and they are keen to have more participants from state schools. If this is an opportunity you would like to pursue you can download their 2017 Syllabus, or contact them through their website or Facebook page.
The students who travelled to South Africa in the summer for the hockey and rugby tour worked tirelessly to fundraise and raise money for a small rural school called Farmerfield located in the Eastern Cape. Before they departed for the tour, they sent £2,500 which helped install electricity into the school for the first time since it was established. Every pupil also packed a TA bag full of books and goodies to take across to the school to give to each of their pupils as a gift when they visited.
That visit proved to be one of the most rewarding experiences of the trip.
Trinity Academicals and Trinity Academy are organising a Fun Day on Saturday 20th August at Bangholm Rugby Club. We would like this to become an annual community event and all funds raised will be split between the school and the Rugby club. The event starts at 12.30pm with the Rugby game kicking off at 2pm and entry is free.
There will be rugby and hockey taster sessions in the morning and surprise sporting stars will be attending to coach, meet and greet.
In the afternoon there will be stalls, food and Trinity Accies will be playing a rugby match against Watsonians.
The Parent Council need your help with this — we need Prizes for the raffle and tombola stalls, we will also be helping to run the stalls and we would love for your to come along to the event.
Please hand in any prizes to Mrs Cameron in the Maths Department by Friday, if you can help on the day please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parent Council would be grateful for any support you can give this event.
The City of Edinburgh Council and partners Alzheimer Scotland (external link) and NHS Lothian (external link) are working with organisations and individuals in the city to make Edinburgh a Dementia Friendly Community.
A dementia friendly community is a city, town or neighbourhood where people with dementia are understood, respected and supported, and confident they can be part of community life.