The college late buses which are provided at no extra charge will cease for this academic year, following the end of the Year 10 revision on June 23. The late buses will recommence on September 12 2017, running each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Trinity Catholic College has recently been awarded the Youth Sport Trust Bronze Quality Mark for its commitment to physical education (PE) and school sport. The Youth Sport Trust is a national charity that is building a brighter future for young people through the power of sport. Continue reading
YoungMinds are delighted to launch Amplified, a four-year national programme funded by NHS England’s Children and Young People’s Mental Health Programme. Together with NHS England and NEL Commissioning Support Unit, we’ll be working with services across the mental health system to build the participation of children and young people, parents and carers in mental health and the services they use. Continue reading
On 14 March, accompanied by Miss Logan and Mr Cosgrave, 21 sixth formers headed by train for a day of urban Geography fieldwork in Manchester. They studied transport, urban change and regeneration and the response of Manchester to decentralisation. Continue reading
Ampleforth College Open Day – Saturday 18th March Continue reading
Year 11 sessions will be held on:
- Thursdays at lunchtime between 12.55 and 1.15 pm & after-school – Room GE1