Among the Scottish universities with open days in November are those listed below:
- Heriot-Watt University
- University of Glasgow
- University of St Andrews
- University of the Highlands and Islands
- Glasgow Caledonian University
We have just added an event on our Facebook page for our next Fundraising Event which is a Race Night on Friday 11th November 2016 at 7pm. Tickets are £5 per adult and Children are free but they must be accompanied by an Adult.
We are also selling Horses (which you can name), Trainers and Jockeys for £5 each. If your Horse, Trainer or Jockey wins you will win £20.
If you would like to Sponsor a race for £50 you will get your photograph/logo in the programme and also on the Screen before the races.
Tickets will be available from email@example.com or the School.
Horses, Trainers and Jockeys and Sponsorship are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
And all will be available at the Parent Council AGM on Tuesday 25th October at 7pm.
All proceeds will be going towards buying new Sound and Lighting equipment for the shows that the very talented pupils of Trinity put on. The last Race Night we had raised £1,500 so please come along to support us and hopefully we will get over £2,000 this year.
Please come along to support the School and have some fun.
To confirm you can come along checkout our Facebook event.
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.
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 email@example.com
The Parent Council would be grateful for any support you can give this event.
More details below…
Trinity Academy Gardening Club are holding their Harvest Festival. It takes place Thursday 23rd June from 5:00 to 7:00pm in the Sports Hall and they are really keen to share their experience. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn about the work they have been doing with S1.
If you are interested, please RSVP by email so they have an idea of how many to expect. It will be interesting to see how teaching is being taken out of the classroom and hopefully get some fresh vegetables from their allotment!
MRC Festival of Medical Research open day on 24th June
(this opportunity is open to those aged 16 or over. Those under 16 to be accompanied by an adult)
Do you want to experience how scientists investigate the ageing of the human brain!
On Friday the 24th June the Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology (CCACE) and Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) are hosting an open day event as part of the MRC’s Festival of Medical Science 2016 called The Brain Maze: Amaze your brain.
When you come and take part in this exciting event you will navigate through twelve activity rooms that look at how the brain and body changes throughout our lifetime and how scientists measure those changes. You’ll need to keep your wits about you to navigate the brain maze. But don’t worry as we will give you a map. Along the way you’ll learn how and why some people’s brains and bodies fare better than others as they get older, and how research gives us clues to how we can age better.
You’ll descend into the basement of the University of Edinburgh’s Department of Psychology where you will discover how CCACE and CRM use the latest techniques in brain imaging, genetics, stem cells and psychology to investigate the brain and body from youth to old age. Along the way you’ll encounter some of the men and women who investigate the workings of the human brain and body, seeking to understand why some people’s brains and bodies fare better than others.
This is a free event which is open to all but you must book your two-hour slot in advance through Eventbrite.
Calling all ‘Quizers’…
The Annual Quiz Night will be held on Friday 18th March at 7pm
Tickets cost £5 and £2.50 for children.