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Rector's Blog 4th Nov 2019


Building on Success

The latest edition of our annual newsletter,  “Building on Success” is our biggest and best yet and will be with you soon. Jam packed with a huge array of examples of how we promote wider achievement across our school, it demonstrates that whilst being one of the highest attaining schools in Edinburgh City we are so much more than an “attainment factory". The wonderful work of every single faculty is on show, as is a huge number of related extra curricular activities and the sheer sense of enjoyment on the faces of our young people.  I do hope you enjoy reading about the successes and experiences of your children. We are extremely proud of everything that they have accomplished over the past year. Please share the good news and celebrate the achievements with the wider community!

Meantime, Officers from Edinburgh City Council held an open event at school to present final plans for our new sports facility at Bangholm. We are delighted that this project is moving forward, and will allow our hard pressed, and highly successful PE faculty to deliver better experiences in a state of the art facility. These really are exciting times, not just for the delivery of PE, but for the whole school. The intention is that these facilities will be used by Trinity Academy but will also be open to the wider Community out with school hours.

In advance of submitting the planning application Edinburgh City Council is holding a drop-in information session at Bangholm Outdoor Centre between 2:30pm - 6pm on 7 November 2019.

At the event we will have on display the plans and images that will form part of the planning application and members of the project and design team will be on hand to answer any queries you may have about the proposals.

Beyond this, initial thoughts on proposed refurbishment and part rebuild of our school were also consulted upon. More news on this at a later date. What I can say however is that there are exciting days ahead !

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