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Classes for Session 2017-2018

Dear Pupils, Parents and Carers

Please see below for details about staffing from August 2017.  We are delighted to welcome new staff to Trinity – Cara Gordon and Emma Henderson will both be joining us from South Morningside and Katie Sharp from London.  Debbie Neish and Joanna Millar are newly qualified teachers who will be starting their teaching careers in Trinity.  Pupils currently in P1 and P2 have had the chance to spend some time with their new classmates and everyone enjoyed meeting and making new friends – new class lists for P2 and P3 have been given to the children.

All of the children will have the opportunity to meet their class teacher in their new classroom on Tuesday 20th June.

Mrs Woodruff will be going on maternity leave from August.  We look forward to seeing her back at Trinity with Baby Woodruff in the not too distant future!

Please do get in touch if you have any questions.

Regards

Jacqueline Scott

HeadTeacher

Current From Aug 2017 Current From Aug 2017
P1

Cheryl Berthinussen

Debbie Neish

Alison Keillor

Carly Pattinson

Rebecca McKenzie

1S 3 x new P2 classes

2K Karen Walsh

2W Jennifer Wilson

2J Fiona Johnstone

4W 5S Katie Sharp
1M 4C 5B Graeme Blaikie
1C/N 5/4P 6/5D Tracey Dick
2/1M 5W 6J Joanna Millar
2/1M 3 x new P3 classes

3M Hazel McKinnon

3Mc Helen McLeister

3H Emma Henderson

5B 6M Natalie Mack (Curtis)
2H/K
2J 6G P7

Hannah Watt

Aisling Griffiths

3M 4G Cara Gordon 6H
3W 4S Shireen Sherazee 7D Pastures new at Secondary School
3S 4C Claire Campbell 7W

 

Music and Technology Gillian Chalmers
Supporting learning – newly qualified teacher support, nurture, support for learning, outdoor learning Kirsten Jackson, Naomi Hutchinson, Laura Nisbet, Seaneen Horan, Amber Ashraf, Natascha McLean
PE Mandy Griffin

 

Primary 2 help to save the bees!

Primary 2 have been very busy helping to save the bees!   A wildflower meadow, kindly created for us by the Edinburgh Parks and Greenspaces team, has now been sown by the children.   They had lots of fun scattering thousands of seeds into the prepared ground and are now eagerly awaiting the the appearance of the first seedlings!  Hopefully over the summer, the meadow will bloom with beautiful wildflowers, providing the much needed pollen and nectar for the bees.  We hope it will keep the bees of Victoria Park very busy and happy!  You can find the meadow just behind the school gates next to the park.

Red Nose Day

This year we are helping fundraise for Red Nose Day and will have a Friday morning full of fun on 24th March 2017.

Children of all ages are organising and running stalls to raise money for this fabulous charity as well as the Primary 1s selling Red Noses in the foyer every morning 10.30-11am for £1 each!

All children will attend the fun on Friday morning so do bring some loose change.

 

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