For current Y7, Y8 students only.
We are excited to be proposing a school tour to Belgium and France to enhance our History curriculum for students.
Key details about the planned trip:
- 5 days and 4 night(s)
- Departs on 5 July 2021
- Returns on 9 July 2021
- The purpose of the trip is to enhance the learning experience of students; to visit historic sites; to pay our respects to former students of the school who fell in the Great War
For much more information about this trip please read the letter below:
WW1 Tour Letter (pdf)
This half term is an extremely important one for our year 9 students, as it is the time when they must decide which subjects they would like to study at GCSE, during years 10 and 11. At Trinity we are committed to ensuring every student has access to the best course for them regardless of their ability.
On Wednesday 22 and Thursday 23 January, students will have the opportunity to experience taster sessions in every course available to them at GCSE.
On Thursday 23 January, from 3.45 pm – 5.45 pm, we will be hosting our Year 9 Options Event, for parents and students…..
Please read on below for more information:
As the Spring Term starts, I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year. I hope that you had a peaceful Christmas and that students are well rested for the term ahead. This is a relatively short term, but full of activity and learning, especially for our exam year groups.
I wanted to offer my thanks to both students and parents for the fundraising that took place before the holidays during our Christmas week…..
Please read the letter below for more information:
Year 11 Information Evening – 9 January 2020
Many thanks to all parents/carers who attended the above event.
If you did attend the evening please advise if this was helpful to you and/or if you have any ideas how this event can be improved in the future by following the link below and completing the online reply slip.
Parental Comments Letter (pdf)
GCSE Revision Guides
As GCSE exams approach parents often ask us how they can support their children with revision at home.
We have made available our handy Revision Advice and Information guides/presentations from our recent Yr 11 Information Evening:
Y11 parent booklet (pdf)
Y11 English Revision Information (powerpoint)
Y11 Information Evening – Maths (powerpoint)
Year 11 Parents Info – Science (powerpoint)
Year 8 will be taking part in the Young Leaders Award this year. We’re really excited to be involved in this programme which has been designed and written by the Archbishop of York Youth Trust. For more information visit www.abyyt.com.
The Young Leaders Award aims to equip young people to be the change they want to see in their local communities, and through a number of interactive lessons and practical challenges our pupils will be involved in serving their community and making a difference.
To find out more please read the letter below:
Y8 Arch Bishop Award (pdf)
It is a privilege to be able to write to you in my first term as Headteacher of Trinity School. I am looking forward to working with you and meeting you at our regular parents’ evenings and events.
Ms Jo Hawkin – Headteacher
I offer a warm welcome to the parents/carers of our new Year 7 students and look forward to officially welcoming you to the Trinity community at our Year 7 Information Evening next week. A separate letter has gone out inviting you to this event. Welcome, too, to those joining us from other schools in Year 12. Mr. Winter, Assistant Head and Head of Sixth Form, will be meeting you at the Year 12 Information and Tutor Evening on 25th September. Both year groups have settled well, with 100% attendance in Year 7 on their first day. They are finding their way around, are making new friends and seem happy. Year 12 have been involved in a three-day induction programme which involved a variety of activities: first aid training, road safety awareness, teambuilding and sessions designed to set them up effectively for their academic studies that start on Monday. All are raring to go.
September 2019 (pdf)