Trinity Academy is 124 years old today and that means 2018 will be a big anniversary year! To start to celebrate the school’s long history and heritage in Edinburgh we have added a history page to this website.
Good advice (for students and parents) on dealing with exam stresses.
Ditch the highlighter and teach a friend. Psychology shows us a lot about how to improve our memory and avoid distractions – here are some dos and don’ts…
The National Parent Forum ‘Nutshell’ study guides for National 5 subjects have been updated.
Issue 1 of Writer’s Block – a magazine written by Trinity pupils for Trinity pupils is now available on the school website.
Like the editor, we lift our glass looking forward to many more interesting articles.
There’s a new blog post from the Rector available on the school website.
“Making Maths Count” is a Scottish Government national initiative that has two broad aims:
- To encourage greater enthusiasm for maths amongst children and young people, their parents, carers and the wider public
- To provide support for teachers and help raise attainment in Mathematics National Qualifications.
To encourage engagement from the wider general public an online questionnaire has been developed to look at how people feel about maths, how they use maths and how confident they are with their maths skills.
Life often throws challenges our way. It could be the death of a close family member or friend, a serious illness, the loss of a job or the breakdown of a relationship. ‘Resilience’ means our ability to cope with these events.
As parents and carers, you play a vital role in helping to prepare your children for the difficult times that life brings.
Lern more at the Place2be website
FESH are a group of S2 pupils with an interest in audio podcasting. Their aim is to bring you regular podcasts with news, features and interviews with a Trinity Academy viewpoint.