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We’ve set up an email address goodnews@trinity.cumbria.sch.uk so that any member of the Trinity community can share their stories and positive messages. We will post them on twitter and on this page, giving everyone a much needed lift and a reminder that we’re here to support each other.

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Mr McArdle's Music History Education

Each day, to enhance your musical education, I will be putting on a link to a classic album of music.
Spend 45 minutes just enjoying the full album experience and basking in its greatness. 
  • Day 1: U2 – The Joshua Tree

  • Day 2: The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses

  • Day 3: Oasis – Definitely Maybe

  • Day 4: Blur – Parklife

  • Day 5: Def Leppard – Hysteria

  • Day 6: Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin 4

  • Day 7: The Rolling Stones – Exile on Main Street

  • Day 8: AC/DC – Back in Black

  • Day 9: David Gray – White Ladder

  • Day 10: The Beatles – The Blue Album

  • Day 11: REM – Automatic for the People

  • Day 12: The Smiths – The Queen is Dead

Day 12

The Queen is Dead – The Smiths

Probably one of the most important bands in British musical history. They reigned supreme in the 80s and this is seen as their masterpiece. The genius behind them was Jonny Marr’s brilliant, unique guitar playing and Morrisey’s wonderfully bizarre and original lyrics.
If you have a favourite song of all time I think ‘There is a light that never goes out’ will probably replace it!

The History Department is proud to present an Easter Eggstravaganza!

Recreate scenes and people from the past using hard boiled eggs! The best designs will win a prize. There will be prizes for each year group, to be awarded after Easter or when we return to school – years 7 to 13!

Have fun, enjoy and send photos of your creations to Mrs Hamer. chm@trinity.cumbria.sch.uk

The deadline for this competition is  Monday 13th April 2020 midday.

Hard Boiled Humanities Easter Egg Competition

Due to popular demand, we have extended the deadline for this competition until next Monday (13th April 2020) so that people can perfect their wonderful creations. So far we have had boiled eggs decorated with scenes from important historical events, eggs dressed as important figures from.the world of entertainment and music and even an Al Capone! So, get your thinking hats on. You have a week to get your entries in. 
 
The History Department. 
  • The Bolsheviks

    The Bolsheviks

  • Sir Winston Churchill

    Sir Winston Churchill

  • Sir Isaac Newton

    Sir Isaac Newton

Salt Dough Modeling

A fun, cheap activity that you can try at home, here is a wonderful salt dough monkey from Harmony Yr 7.

Salt Dough Monkey by Harmony Yr7

Salt Dough Monkey by Harmony Yr7

Easter Egg Competition

Send a photo of your decorated egg to Mrs J Perry jpe@trinity.cumbria.sch.uk by Monday 13 April

Easter Egg Competition

Easy DIY Salt Dough Recipe

  • Neil-Armstrong-Egg
    Neil Armstrong Egg by Lexie Yr 8
  • Medieval Knight by Logan Yr 8

    Medieval Knight by Logan Yr 8

  • Egg decoration by Aleece Yr 7

    Egg decoration by Aleece Yr 7

We have received your rainbow images, keep them coming in! #GoodNews

Email: goodnews@trinity.cumbria.sch.uk

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Our KS3 students have been having fun producing some amazing models as part of their D&T studies. Amazing!

Elephant and Zebra  by Matthew Grieve

Elephant and Zebra by Matthew Grieve

  • models
  • By Alice Hetherington

    By Alice Hetherington

  • By Anna Morley

    By Anna Morley

  • By Poppy Temple

    By Poppy Temple

Enjoy a musical performance from Mrs Bishop

 
 
Email: goodnews@trinity.cumbria.sch.uk with your updates.