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We will be a polling station – 12.12.19

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Dear Parent/Carer

 The General Election is now officially going ahead with polling taking place on Thursday 12thDecember  2019. Our school has been identified as the most appropriate venue in the area and for reasons of pupil safety we will be closed to pupils to allow polling to take place.

We apologise for the relatively short notice and any disruption this may cause. 

 

Kind regards

Jacqueline Scott

Headteacher

We Need You!

Message sent on behalf of Dr. Sandeep Ramalingam MD, PhD, FRCPath

Consultant Virologist, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

If you have a child under 7 years of age, you may be able to help us in the fight.

The Children’s Hospital in Edinburgh are doing a study of salt water nose drops to see if it helps get rid of the cold faster.

 Your child does not need to have a cold right now to take part!

 You can join right now by calling/texting 07973657457 for an appointment to sign up and to be taught what to do the next time your child has a cold.

 Your child does not need to attend.

 Families completing the study will receive travel expenses and a £30 voucher to compensate for any inconvenience.

 Further information is in the attached flyer or at www.elviskids.co.ukTwitter: @elviskids; Facebook: ElvisKids.

OPEN DAY for P1 Aug 2020

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Wed 30th October 2019

Edinburgh schools will be holding an Open Day for pupils due to start school in August 2020.  This will take place on Wed Oct 30th 2019.

Trinity will be open between the hours of  9.15am – 10.15am,  11.15am – 12.15pm and 1.45pm – 2.45pm.

Information posters regarding this should be displayed in nurseries and in the local press.  Please pass on this information to neighbours or friends who will be joining Trinity next year.

Many thanks

YMI

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As you know, our funding is awarded annually, and there is no guarantee of it continuing. Please publicise our YMI work @CreateLearnEdin so we can like and retweet. It is helpful to generate a buzz around all this activity in your school with YMI music, crediting the Youth Music Initiative funded by the Scottish Government through Creative Scotland and demonstrate clearly the value of this work.

For more information visit:

https://www.creativescotland.com/funding/funding-programmes/targeted-funding/youth-music-initiative