22 April 2016
School Leadership Team
A selection of our Yr 13s were asked for their experiences of attending Trinity School and about their hopes for the future.
Here is what they told us…
I have really enjoyed Trinity School; I think that it is a fantastic school where the teachers are really supportive and try to cultivate the students as individuals and ensure they get the most out of the education. This is what I have come to value most out of Trinity: the relationships, support and assurance that has come from being with people who wanted me to do well, and did everything they could to ensure that I succeeded in whatever I wanted to do.
I will definitely miss Trinity School as I know that without the encouragement from my teachers and peers, I wouldn’t have been outgoing enough, or had the experience, that I needed in order to achieve my hope for the future, which is to study English at Oxford. After university I don’t know what I’ll do. However, I know that whatever it is, I’ll do it with the skills and confidence that Trinity School has helped me to develop.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Trinity School. I have made lots of brilliant friends that make school more fun and enjoyable every day. Other than that, I particularly enjoyed sixth form where I could focus on my favourite subjects even though it’s hard at times.
Leaver’s Day in Year 11 will always be memorable as it felt the whole year came together and it was relieving to have the exams over. Trinity has helped me develop into the person I am now and I will miss the friendly environment and helpful teachers when I leave. At the end of the year I hope to go to University to study Biology.
One of the things I am most grateful to Trinity for is the opportunities that I have been provided throughout my time here. These opportunities have helped me become the person that I am today. Trinity has taught me to always strive to do the best that I possibly can and therefore I have always achieved.
I will miss the community spirit felt here as everyone gets on and wants to help each other. It will be weird not seeing some people that I have been with everyday for the past seven years however like most key times in life it is time to start a new chapter and leaving Trinity is one of these times. As for hopes for the future, hopefully I will get the grades to go to Newcastle Dental School and after that who knows…
The events I most treasure would be the school sports trips we would go on and in particular scoring my first 100 for the cricket team in year 10, I will miss seeing my friends everyday of the week and in the future I hope to join the police force.
I have gained the most from new friends and the extra curriculars in school, drama, choir, and the musicals have given me so much more confidence and enjoyment. I have met so many new people who have made me feel welcome and have helped me grow as a person and soon to be adult off to university. I have been given opportunities for new experiences and the help given to me for my A-Levels from all the teachers and staff – as well as my peers – has been exceptional. I think
I can confidently say that moving to Trinity School has been the best decision of my life, it has prepared me so well and I have enjoyed it all, despite the hard work and stress of A-Levels! I almost wish I wasn’t leaving, thank you, Trinity School.