On Thursday 9th November two Y11 students and three 6th form students, accompanied by Mrs Clark, represented Trinity at the Laying of the First Poppy Ceremony at the Cenotaph in Middlesbrough.
Further to our recent updates on the Trinity Charity Fun Run of 2017, we recently received the following letter of thanks from one of the Student Council’s designated charities, the Alzheimer’s Society. Continue reading
Improving attendance is a priority for us this academic year. Last year, there were over 18,000 school days missed due to absence – on average, that is approximately 15 days of learning lost per student.
Every year we come together to celebrate the success of all our former Y11 pupils. The evening is an opportunity for pupils to collect awards and their certificates for achievement in their academic studies, as well as to celebrate their participation in whole school life. The teaching staff and governors were exceptionally proud of the 2017 exam results and it would be fantastic to see a high turnout of students and parents at this celebration evening. Continue reading
Huge congratulations to all staff, parents and pupils on raising the grand total of £1067.04 for our Student Council charities of Bradley Lowery, Noah’s Cuddle Cot and Alzheimer’s UK. All monies were raised from our annual charity fun run which takes place at the end of the summer term. Continue reading
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The new iOS11 update allows apple users to enable screen recording, much like the screenshot facility but now allowing full video of your IOS devices screen and everything which is displayed on it. Continue reading
Make Your Mark gives a unique opportunity to reach out to young people who go on to be opinion formers and leaders of the future. This year, through school, online and through our grassroots we’ll be reaching out to young people once again. Continue reading
Local schools within the area have received details from the Middlesbrough Council Community Safety Officer of the launch of a new safety campaign by Counter Terrorism Police which is their first ever aimed at children and teenagers.
Designed to teach 11-16 year olds how to act in the unlikely event they are caught in a gun or knife attack, the ACT for YOUTH campaign reinvents the successful ‘Run, Hide, Tell’ public information films for a new generation.
Kids will be taught to RUN if they are able to, HIDE if they are not, and TELL police of the threat only when it is safe to do so. They will also be advised to warn others about an on-going threat, and crucially told NOT to stop and use their mobiles phones until they are safely away from danger. Continue reading
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