Our building is 50 years old!
To celebrate its birthday, classes have been looking back over the past 50 years and are delighted to invite you to view our exhibition of our learning during the week beginning Mon 4th June.
The exhibition will be open at the following times :
Mon 4th June : 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Tues 5th June : during the school day
Wed 6th June : during the school day and from 6.00pm – 7.30pm : School Open Evening
If you are coming along during the school day children are welcome to come out of class to join you.
Refreshments (a donation of £1 towards the cost is appreciated) will be available at the Open Evening.
We hope to see many families and friends at some point during the week.
On Friday June 8th we will be having a school birthday party – school uniform is not expected!
Well done you amazing people! You raised over £1075 for the British Heart Foundation. Excellent fund raising which will help many people.
If you are able to, please support our amazing Trinity runners! They are running on behalf of the British Heart Foundation this Saturday 26th May!!! GO TEAM!
Our amazing Trinity Runners are running for the British Heart Foundation at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival this month. Here are just some of our fabulous P1 to P6 Runners. If you are able to donate to this fantastic charity please follow the link.
POWERPOINT -big pedal powerpoint-used-by-shools
The JRSO children have registered for ‘Sustrans Big Pedal’. This is a UK wide competition that runs from 23 April to 4 May. The aim is to encourage as many children, parents, teachers, PSA’s to cycle or scoot to school. The JRSO team will be coming round during that time period to log how many people do this. I will then be logging the results with Sustrans. When the results are logged you can see how far around the world your school can travel and also if we cycle/scoot enough we could be entered into a competition to win prizes!
Dear P1, P4 and P7 Parents and Carers
Please see the attached leaflet regarding the Scottish National Assessments. Pupils in P1, P4 and P7 will participate in these this term. As the leaflet states the assessments are designed to be part of the ongoing assessment of pupil progress and I hope will not cause any of the children any anxiety.
If you have any questions please contact Mrs Martin, DHT, or your child’s class teacher.
SCOTTISH NATIONAL STANDARDISED ASSESSMENT Parent and Carer leaflet
Well done to our choir who did Trinity Primary School proud by representing us at the Glee Choir Challenge! You were all fantastic!!