The school is proud to announce that it has submitted four entries to the Scottish Education Awards 2012.
The Scottish Education Awards celebrate the hard work and success which takes place in Scottish education. They recognise the achievements of people who dedicate their lives to children and young people and showcase the valuable work and innovation in Scottish classrooms.
The Awards were first launched in November 2001 by the Scottish Government and the Scottish Daily Record, with the specific aims of celebrating the successes and recognising the achievements taking place within Scottish education.
Entry to the Awards is open to all publicly funded schools, including secondary, primary, nursery and special schools. There is a wide variety of categories to enter which are linked to the Curriculum for Excellence Programme and that also recognise the dedication and commitment of teaching staff and education supporters.
The school has entered submissions to four award categories:
- Aiming High;
- Enterprise and Employability Across Learning Award (Secondary);
- Global Citizenship;
- Health and Wellbeing.
To read Trinity High School’s submissions, click on the award categories above. To read more about the awards, follow this link to visit the Scottish Education Awards website.