Chicken Pox, Measles or Shingles
Please let the office know if your child is being treated for any of the above. There is a child in the school who is susceptible to becoming very ill if exposed to these illnesses.
Thank you for your on going support.
Drop offs and Pick ups
We have had a report from Lothian Buses about unsafe and inconsiderate parking from Trinity parents on Newhaven Road. As I am sure you are aware there should be no double parking, no parking on the zig zag line area or across the entrance to the car park. Please consider the safety of all the children and others and park further from the school where it is safe. Better still, whenever possible, please walk or cycle!
No football in the playground
No dogs anywhere in the school
No cycling in the playground.
Parents and Carers will find interesting and relevant information on the following websites, just click on the image :
Advice for parents and carers about keeping young people safe.
Advice about how to stay safe online.
Current information about the sites young people like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what can be done about it. There’s an area for teachers, parents and carers too. Most importantly, there’s also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are ‘chatting’ to online.
Young people can find out about how to stay safe and get help.
This is Scotland’s anti-bullying service. It contains information for parents and children on various forms of bullying and provides help for parents and children affected.