Around 1767, Donnchadh Bàn Macintyre, then in his mid-40s, arrived in Edinburgh to take up a position in the Edinburgh Town Guard and settled in the city for the rest of his long life. A leading Gaelic poet, in 1768 the first edition of his poetry was printed, to be followed by two more. A considerable achievement, … Continue reading Donnchadh Bàn MacIntyre – a Gaelic poet in Edinburgh
Join the parents of pupils in C1 at Taobh na Pàirce for a picnic and games in Pilrig Park. All parents and pupils from across the school are welcome to attend and meet the new C1 pupils and parents.
The next Parent Council meeting will take place on Wednesday 11th March at 7.15pm at the school. All parents are warmly invited. Please send any agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 9th March. There will be a shorter follow up meeting on Friday 13th March at 11.30am in the talla bìdh to share what happened at … Continue reading Parent Council Meeting
A shorter follow up meeting on Friday 13th March at 11.30am in the talla bìdh to share what happened at the evening meeting. Children welcome. The minutes from our last meeting can be found here https://tnpparentcouncil.org.uk/clar-gnothaich/.
Wow! Now that's a great Christmas Card Design! This year, why not make your child's Christmas card design the one you send out to family and friends? Use the order form below. With each pack of cards sold £1.30 goes to the school, gift tags raise 75p. Mugs, Tea Towels and Bags for Life raise … Continue reading Christmas Card Orders
SHOP ONLINE FOR LOCAL, HANDMADE, AND ORIGINAL PIECES, MADE BY MEMBERS OF THE TNP COMMUNITY.Fèill Nollaig goes digital for 2020, featuring artists and makers from TnP families. This week the makers' spotlights continue, showcasing jewellery makers, artists, glass blowers, soap makers, textile workers and more with online shops ready for your visit. From the November … Continue reading Fèill Nollaig – Christmas Fair 2020
Digital Fèill Nollaig continues this weekend with the stalls and competitions! In the Facebook event, each stall has its own post with details on how to enter. Please don't post your answer in the comments, it won't count If you'd like to avoid Facebook, look out for the PDF version on ParentMail.
The silent auction is part of digital Fèill Nollaig this weekend. Each lot has its own post with a little information about the item and photos. This is a Facebook event. If you'd rather avoid Facebook, look out for the PDF on ParentMail. At the end of the auction, the highest bidders will be contacted … Continue reading Fèill Nollaig – Silent Auction – Christmas Fair 2020