Former student Ellie Dickinson’s sporting success goes from strength to strength.
Silver for women’s team pursuit squad on day two of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships
Congratulations to former Trinity Student Ellie Dickinson…
Great Britain’s women’s team pursuit squad took to the podium on the second day of competition at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin, winning the silver medal.
Trinity Alumni Joe in England U18 Squad
Year 7 – Tree Planting Day
Year 7 Woodland Trust Tree planting
On Friday 29th November all of our resilient Year 7 students braved the early morning frost to plant 250 trees as part of the Woodland Trust scheme. The scheme offers free saplings to community groups and schools who are willing to plan, plant and care for them. It was a fabulous, but very muddy day, and we will look forward to seeing the saplings develop and grow into trees.
For more information on The Woodland Trust and how you can help the environment please visit their website.
Remembrance Day – Poppy Display
‘Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Future’
Abbie Carter, from Year 12, was one of the citizen journalists to take part in the university’s ‘Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Future’ two-day event in October, led by their Chancellor, the Archbishop of York.
All of the young people involved in the Citizen Journalists role were magnificent and truly blossomed in confidence during their two days there. They really did ask some tough questions of the panellists at each of the events from Barrow to Carlisle, and their presentation at the Youth Conference in Carlisle was so inspiring that it left our team who had been with them throughout the two days welling up with pride and with lumps in their throats.
To think that they didn’t know each other when the event started, they went on to deliver a presentation that was delivered to a very tight deadline with a short time scale to prepare (due to such a tight schedule) and with strength, passion, knowledge and belief that they hold the key to a positive future for them and their peers.
A member of the team from the university said the following about Abbie who played such a major and wonderful part of all of the programme.
“Her questions and comments have been so relevant, confidently presented to large groups of major players and delegates, and delivered perfectly.
Well done Abbie! I have no doubt she has a bright future ahead of her.”
Abbie talking with the Archbishop of York John Sentamu
Congratulations to Ruby!
Congratulations to Ruby Armstrong who is preparing for the World Championships in Muay Thai (Thai Boxing)
Ruby travelled to Oldham at the start of the half term holiday to come away with a massive win and see her crowned the new warriors rising junior British Champion, Ruby also sits highly ranked and is currently UK number 3 but this win should also see her moved up to be the UK number 1 in the national junior rankings.
On top of this already massive achievement, she was also spotted and selected to join Team GB to compete at the Unified World Championships. These take place in Italy. Again this is huge for Ruby and we are sure she’ll do very well, who knows she may even come back a world champion. Best wishes, Ruby!
We now how two WTKA (Thai Boxing) World Champions in school Ruby Armstrong and Charlie Johnston. Jack McAdam earned a silver medal.
A huge congratulations go to them all, what a fantastic achievement.
What a weekend for 3 Trinity students! Ruby Armstrong and Charlie Johnston are both WTKA (Thai Boxing) world champions! Charlie is also the European Champion!
A huge congratulations to Jack McAdam too, who reached the final and came away with a silver medal. #talent #proud pic.twitter.com/3wgMfYUrjn
— Trinity School (@TrinSchCarlisle) November 4, 2019
Thanks to JGI and LTR for organising such a wonderful day on a chilly Friday. Students both young and old loved meeting, photographing these wonderful birds. These moments are precious and we are thankful to Silverband Falconry for visiting us and allowing us to work with such amazing birds of prey, kind regards Mrs Reay ( Head of Art)
Newcastle Sign Imogen Longcake
Former Trinity Student Signs for Newcastle Utd Women
Our congratulations go to Imogen who has been signed for Newcastle United Women\’s first team. What a wonderful achievement, we wish her all the best in her footballing career.
Britain in Bloom – Garden Art Project
Britain in Bloom Garden
During the summer break our current Yr 9 Students Jess Gardiner, Beth Palmer, Grace Uppard and Lucy Downey were up at the crack of dawn…in Stanwix Primary School working on a wonderful art project.
Helping to create artwork with reception and year 1 children, fixing things, putting together displays, painting murals…all for Britain in Bloom….they were absolutely awesome!
Congratulations go to all staff and students involved.