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Trinity 125 Celebrations

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Trinity Academy is 125 years old!  The doors of Craighall Road School, as it was first known, were opened for the first time on September 4th 1893. The school had cost £18,850 and five shillings to construct, (excluding the purchase of the land from the Laird of Bonnington, James Clerk-Rattray) and had all modern conveniences - electric bells and voice tubes connecting the Rector's room to the classes and Cowan's patent gas lamps throughout.  Times have changed in the 125 years since opening but it's with great pride that we are marking the 125th anniversary with a series of events organised by our brilliant Parent Council.

The first of these events occurs on Friday 7th September.   We are showing an outdoor screening of The Greatest Showman (singalong version, in case you want to join in).  There's also going to be a silent disco and food and drink available for purchase.  The doors will open at 6:00pm and the film will start at 7.30pm, so there’s plenty of time to have some food before the show starts. Book through Brown Paper Tickets.

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