Christmas At Trinity Non uniform day
On Friday 18th December students are allowed to wear non-uniform. This is to raise money for wellbeing issues in school and to support mental health charities such as Eden Mind. Students are asked to pay a contribution of £1. This can be paid for via Parentpay. Additional donations to the fundraising can also be made via Parentpay. The dress code for the non-uniform day is the same as sixth form, so no cropped tops or shorts – Christmas jumpers and tinsel are recommended instead!
Last day of term
Note that school finishes at 12:15pm on the final day of term, students will be dismissed from 12pm to ensure bubbles leave separately.
Students will be involved in a Christmas service on Wednesday 16th December during period 5 and form. This will operate as a live streamed event in form rooms.
We are operating Christmas postboxes to enable students to give Christmas cards to each other in a Covid friendly way. The Trinity last posting day is Wednesday 16th December. Post boxes can be found in Main Reception and Student Reception.
So far we have sent 394 cards and letters, signed by our students in 10ARI and 10 JBR
313 cards to 15 different care homes
Cards thanking the staff for their hard work to each of those care homes
A card for residents and a card for the staff at each of the 25 wards at the hospital
A card thanking staff for their hard work to supermarkets in Carlisle
A card thanking the staff for their hard work in the custody suite at the police station
Our Advent calendar collection for the Foodbank is now open.
Donations are welcome until and including Tuesday 15 December.
We have been intouch with the Foodbank and the items they would particularly be grateful for this year are tinned or powdered potatoes, tinned meat products, hot drinking chocolate, long life milk and chocolate biscuits.
Please go to https://www.carlislefoodbank.org.uk/ for full details about the Foodbank.