In preparation for their AS/NEA Urban Geography study of Newcastle, Year 12 recently paid a field trip visit to the Byker area. Continue reading
Following the recent Year 12/13 Parents’ Information Exam Focus Evening, a presentation is now available to view or download from the following link:
Sixth form students have signed up to be potential lifesavers as part of The Hero Project – an Anthony Nolan campaign that aims to educate 16-18 year olds about blood, organ, and stem cell donation. Continue reading
The interface to the “My Child at School” application (Parent Portal) has recently been updated and can be accessed by clicking here.
A Parent Quick Guide to MCAS is also available on the Trinity Parent Login page.
National Citizen Service (NCS) are working with Trinity Catholic College to offer an amazing opportunity during the summer break.
Trinity Catholic College is a big advocate of NCS and actively encourages students to get involved.
NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that enables 16 and 17 year olds to: Continue reading
The Trinity Healthy Eating Programme took a new twist recently at the 6th Form. Catering partners, Mellors, brought along two smoothie bikes to promote a balanced approach to eating and to introduce a new line of smoothies which are now available at the College. Continue reading
The annual Trinity Community Christmas lunch for local residents, parishioners and vulnerable young people was recently held at the Sixth Form. Continue reading
Our annual CAUSE (Catholics Against Unemployment and Social Evils) Christmas Hamper Appeal Assembly was held on Tuesday, 19 December. This year sees the 30th anniversary of the CAUSE Appeal which was initiated to provide hampers for needy families on Teesside at Christmas. Continue reading
For the second year in succession Sixth Form students from Trinity Catholic College were invited to spend the day at Ulster University to discover what life would be like as a student in Belfast and the range of degree courses that Ulster have to offer. Continue reading