Christy, from The Yard, came in last week to look at our Wellies and take the spare change they contained.
City of Edinburgh Basketball presented some of our children with a bag of 10 basketballs before the game on Friday night (8.3.19). As you can see in the photos, they got a chance to meet and high-5 the players pre-game.
The pupils and their families were welcomed to the court pre-game. The pupils sat together on the front row where a member from the club sat with them the entire time explaining the rules, who people were and importantly, how the scoreboard worked!! Treated to free juice and snacks during the game as well as getting the opportunity to go on the court at half time and play games in front of a packed hall.
Everyone left happy as the City of Edinburgh Kings went on to win and progress to the next round!
Well done everyone, I’m sure those new basketballs will be put to good use!
It’s that time of year again. The P7s and P6s have been working hard on their show. ‘To Bin or Not To Bin?’ is taking place on the 2nd of April, 7pm at Trinity Academy. Tickets have gone on sale today, 6th March through Parent Pay, for P7 and will be going on sale for P6 on Monday 11th March. Tickets cost £8 for an adult and £6 for a child.
The P6 advertising committee will try to keep you updated every week on the progress of the production. Stay tuned on the P6 and P7 web pages for more information and updates.
Published by Victor P6
Edinburgh Child Protection Committee and NSPCC Scotland are working together to design a city wide campaign on neglect. As part of this we are keen to develop a better understanding of what parents in Edinburgh understand by the term neglect, what they would do if they suspected a child was being neglected and where families access support with parenting. We have created a short survey to do this, which should take between five and ten minutes to complete. By completing this survey, you are helping us ensure that the final campaign will be relevant to all families and contribute towards keeping all children in the city safe. Closing date for responses is 18 March.
Thank you for your generous sock donations. Today some of the members of Trinity Talks team took them to Leith Academy. Joe who set up the charity is a pupil there.