RSHP is a new online resource, used Nation-wide by practitioners from nursery to high school. It is progressive and informative; giving learners the knowledge and skills to understand and navigate relationships, sexual health and parenthood.
At primary school we will focus on learning about positive relationships – with ourselves and others and develop tools for learners to use in their lives.
Please flick through the powerpoint presentation (below) which was shown at our Health and Wellbeing event earlier this week.
Dear Parents and Carers
It was great to see so many parents and carers at our Health and Wellbeing event on Wednesday evening. Part of the evening involved the sharing of the new resource for Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood which we are now using in school. Further information and all the resources involved are available on the rshp website at www.rshp.scot
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you wish to discuss this further.
Dear Parents, Carers and Pupils
Please see below information relating to Hibs Give Back. I do appreciate that for some of you, your allegiance may sit with a different team!
Come along to Easter Road and help your school raise additional funds!
In our exciting new initiative “Hibs Give Back”, Hibernian Football Club are offering parents, friends and family the chance to treat themselves to a fun filled day out at Hibernian v Livingston on Saturday 22nd February and, in return, the Club will refund 50% of their net purchase direct to their child’s school.
It’s easy to purchase tickets via our website by clicking on the unique link for Trinity Primary School below:
On clicking the link, you will be prompted to sign in to the Hibernian E-Ticketing site. If you are an existing user, please sign in with your normal details. Any new visitors to Easter Road should register as a new user. Once logged on, you can purchase your tickets for the Livingston match.
Please note, you must purchase your tickets via the link above to enable the club to track the sales to your child’s school and make our fundraising pledge.
So don’t delay, click today……. and come and see the Hibees play!
Please take time to read below and to complete the survey from City of Edinburgh Council. This is being carried out across all primary schools in Edinburgh and is not an indication that we will, or will not, have composite class(es) at Trinity in the future.
City of Edinburgh Council are consulting with parents, carers, school staff and pupils around our current guidance for selecting pupils for a composite class.
Composite classes are a normal part of primary school education in Scotland and have become more common. The maximum class size for a composite class is 25 pupils. This applies to all composite classes in Scotland, regardless of the age and number of year groups within the class.
In Edinburgh, when planning composite classes, year groups are not normally split 3 ways, for example, a P2 year group would not be split into P1/2, P2 and P2/3. A split of P1/2 and P2/3 would be acceptable.
Headteachers are responsible for organising a composite class. Currently in Edinburgh, the main criterion for selecting pupils for a composite class is age – so the oldest pupils from the younger year group will be grouped with the younger children from the older year group. In other words, we use date of birth as our main criterion. Head Teachers may also consider the gender balance of the classes and pupils in each stage.
We invite you to participate in our survey – this can be accessed by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting it into your web browser.
The survey will be open until Sunday 26th January 2020.