Following the recent Year 11 Parents’ GCSE Evening, an information presentation is now available to view or download from the following link:
The main GCSE exam period is only a short time away and in preparation for this three extra revision days for our Year 11 pupils will be held during the Easter holidays on Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th April.
Revision sessions will commence each day at 8.30am and continue until 1.00pm. Members of staff from various departments will be available and we aim to provide workshops covering as many subjects as possible.
More information is available from the following links:
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
HeadStart – giving all Middlesbrough’s children and young people the necessary support to build resilience to achieve good emotional health.
The aim of the HeadStart school programme is to make sure that children and young people are happy and enjoy their time at school. There are many things that impact on the emotional well-being of children; falling out with friends, the pressures of social media, keeping up with studies. We want all our pupils to have good emotional health, to have the skills and confidence to cope, solve problems, achieve well and be happy. Continue reading
Maths Assessment for Years 7, 8, 9 and 10
I would like to advise you that students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 will be taking a Maths assessment during week commencing 5th March. The results of these assessments will not only help as a guide to indicate how your child is progressing in Maths but also help us to decide on any class/set changes that will be made following the Easter break.
Year 7 students spent a wizarding day creating potions, theme park ride construction, wand-making and magical maths during their recent Harry Potter themed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) Event !
Wingardium Leviosa my friends!
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.