Trinity News: 27th February 2023

Dear Parents and Carers

It was great to see so many of our Trinity community able to come along on Friday for cinema night.   Many thanks to the group of parents and carers who made the event possible.  The fabulous total of £1688 was raised for school funds.   Whilst the fundraising aspect of such an event is invaluable, the opportunity for parents and carers to meet with each other is equally welcomed.  I hope that everyone enjoyed it. 

This week sees us celebrate World Book Day on Thursday March 2nd with our theme of Bedtime Stories.  Our learners are encouraged to wear their pyjamas to school and bring a ‘teddy’ if they would like.  I hope that pyjamas are an ‘easy’ dress up for everyone.   

World Book tokens will be issued along with the Book bag for our P1 learners.  We will be holding a Trinity Together assembly in the morning and enjoying a book title treasure hunt in the afternoon.  Parents and carers, who are able, are welcome to join us in the front playground at 1.30pm.

Building Resilience

We continue to develop resilience in our learners using the Building Resilience programme.   See below for a link to information  on our website 

To celebrate wider achievement, parents and carers are welcome to send their child’s achievements to to be shared in school.  ​Photos of your child with medals and certificates are encouraged.

Parents’ / Carers’ evening (Thurs March 9th) and afternoon (Fri March 10th)

Please do use the booking system to make an appointment as this is an excellent opportunity to meet with your child’s class teacher.  As I am sure you will appreciate we ask that everyone stays within the 10 minute timeframe. 


Over a period of time we have noticed that our learners are bringing to school an increased number of snacks.  Quantity as well as quality is important to promote a balanced diet and we are asking that one food item only is brought to be eatenat breaktime.  We will be promoting this in school.

Prime Energy – many of you will be aware of the hype around this drink.  Given it is not recommended for children under 18, along with fizzy juice, children are not allowed to drink this in school time.  Thank you for your support.

We continue to promote fruit and vegetables as a great snack item.  Ongoing sponsorship of our Fruity Friday fruit bowl is much appreciated.     

Please note that school will be closed on Tues Feb 28th and Wed March 1st due to Industrial Action.

I look forward to meeting many of you on the 9th and 10th March.

Best wishes

Jacqueline Scott