Support for SCIAF
Trinity High pupils played their part in celebrating the 50th anniverary of SCIAF, one of the school’s Lenten charities.
The Scottish International Aid Fund marked its golden anniversary by holding a Mass in the St Columbkille’s Parish Church, where the organisation was founded back in 1965.
Several Trinity pupils were involved in this Mass. Sixth year students Kieran Thomson and Roisin Doherty both said bidding prayers at the service, whilst Catherine McGrath and Erin Cowan both served as flag bearers. Leigh Syme, also S6, sung the psalm.
All of these pupils done the school very proud in each role they played.
Kieran said:“The Mass showed how far reaching the charity has become and the great work that it does. The pupils loved this experience and were glad we were able to be a part of it, especially as it was own own parish which we have grown up in.”
Afterwards, the pupils got to meet First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who posed for several selfies with them.
First class Trinity High School pupils with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon