Calling all parents and guardians; local (and national!) employers and trainers/trainees; colleges, Universities and students; and of course, Trinity High School alumni! Trinity High School needs you!!! This coming February the school will once again hold 'Learning Through Work Week' and we need volunteers to share their knowledge and experience of work.
The whole school community looks forward to welcoming all of the P6 & P7 pupils from our associated Primaries on Tuesday and Wednesday this week for their Freshers' events.
Good luck and best wishes to all of our S4 pupils as they head out of the school to take part in their work experience placements.
As part of Maths Week Scotland (11 - 17 September) the UWS is hosting a lecture by Prof. Adam McBride OBE. The target audience is parents, pupils and teachers. UWS invite you to join them, in the Brough Hall of the Paisley campus, on Tuesday 12th September, from 18.30 till 20.30.
The pilgrimage will leave Scotland on Thursday 28th June 2018 and is open to anyone in the present S3, S4, S5 or S6. Interested pupils should see Miss Howell for more information.
On 14th March 2017, S3 students from Trinity High School will hear testimony from Holocaust survivors, Henry and Ingrid Wuga, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).
On Monday 6th March, all S3 pupils participated in a day of activities which allowed them to explore and consider issues relating to citizenship.
Join Mr Alford, Mrs Cairns and the Interact Club tomorrow for a coffee, tea and a snack and lend your support to the great charity fundraising of the group. Prize raffle and a bottle stall too! 10am to 1pm, Enable Hall, Sandy Road. Entry £1.50!
Our Supported Study timetable for National 4 to Advanced Higher students has now been finalised. Read on to find out how to download it.
Preparations are well under way for our school show, The Sound of Music, which will arrive on our stage this June.