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Trinity News : 19th February 2021

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Dear Parents and Carers

I hope you have had a good week.  The confirmation on Tuesday that our P1 – P3 learners will return to school from Monday 22nd February,  along our well attended (over 60 families on each occasion) virtual house coffee mornings certainly raised my spirits this week.  Our house captains spoke so well and their words of encouragement were much appreciated.    I am ever hopeful that it won’t be too long until our P4 – P7 learners are also able to return and Trinity will be together again.

As previously shared the arrangements from Mon 22nd are as follows :

School times  

From Mon Feb 22nd school times and entrance gates, for all pupils in P1 – P3, will continue as they were before the Christmas break. 

P1 (back gate) and P2 (front gate)

Mon – Thurs : 9.00am – 3.00pm

Fri : 9.00am – 12noon

P1 team in school : Mrs McLeister, Mrs Lewis, Mr Lodykowski, Mrs Sneddon, Mrs Kulcu, Ms Sherazee, Ms Ashraf, Ms McKinstrie

P2 team in school : Mrs Johnstone, Ms Brown, Mrs Notman, Ms Henderson, Ms Murray, Mr Johnson

P3 (back gate)

Mon – Thurs : 8.45am – 3.10pm

Fri : 8.45am – 12.20pm

P3 team in school : Ms Watt, Mrs Ettles, Ms McCaughey, Ms Griffin,  Mrs Keillor, Mrs Kane, Mr Johnson, Ms Griffiths

For those P4 – P7 children learning in school the school day and gate will remain as :

Back gate for all

Mon – Thurs : 8.30am – 3.00pm

Fri : 8.30am – 12noon

(from Feb 22nd lunch must be ordered through ParentPay and paid for)

P4 – P7 team : staff will continue to provide learning in school and learning from home

Whilst breakfast club will recommence from Mon Feb 22nd this provision is only for children of keyworkers.   This is in line with Scottish Government guidance.  A form has been issued for families eligible.

Our family learning activities based around ‘You’ve got a friend in me’ have been well received.  Look out for next week’s SWAY providing activities based around the song ‘True Colours’. 

I would like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to everyone in our school community for their continued support, understanding, kind words and encouragement.  We are getting there and the light at the end of the tunnel is beginning to brighten. 

Take care and we will see you soon

Jacqueline Scott

HeadTeacher

Jacqueline Scott  | Head Teacher | Trinity Primary School

Tel 0131 554 2062 | Email :  jacqueline.scott@trinity-pri.edin.sch.uk 

Website : http://www.trinity-pri.com

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Argyll Coffee Morning

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Please ‘bring along’ your child’s learning from home jotter, make yourself a coffee or juice and enjoy a biscuit (unfortunately we’re unable to provide on this occasion!) whilst you chat with your child about what they have been learning.   The coffee mornings will also be a chance to hear from our house captains.

This will be our first time holding a virtual coffee morning so fingers crossed technology will be kind to us.  The powerpoint will be shared on the day but in case it doesn’t work it will also be available on the school website.   Please see the links below for two clips from youtube that we hope to include.   It might be helpful to have these downloaded in advance.

I look forward to ‘seeing’ you on Wednesday or Thursday.

Best wishes

Jacqueline Scott

HeadTeacher

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Melville Cofee Morning

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Please ‘bring along’ your child’s learning from home jotter, make yourself a coffee or juice and enjoy a biscuit (unfortunately we’re unable to provide on this occasion!) whilst you chat with your child about what they have been learning.   The coffee mornings will also be a chance to hear from our house captains.

This will be our first time holding a virtual coffee morning so fingers crossed technology will be kind to us.  The powerpoint will be shared on the day but in case it doesn’t work it will also be available on the school website.   Please see the links below for two clips from youtube that we hope to include.   It might be helpful to have these downloaded in advance.

I look forward to ‘seeing’ you on Wednesday or Thursday.

Best wishes

Jacqueline Scott

HeadTeacher

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Craighall Coffee Morning

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Please ‘bring along’ your child’s learning from home jotter, make yourself a coffee or juice and enjoy a biscuit (unfortunately we’re unable to provide on this occasion!) whilst you chat with your child about what they have been learning.   The coffee mornings will also be a chance to hear from our house captains.

This will be our first time holding a virtual coffee morning so fingers crossed technology will be kind to us.  The powerpoint will be shared on the day but in case it doesn’t work it will also be available on the school website.   Please see the links below for two clips from youtube that we hope to include.   It might be helpful to have these downloaded in advance.

I look forward to ‘seeing’ you on Wednesday or Thursday.

Best wishes

Jacqueline Scott

HeadTeacher

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