Child Safety on Fortnite: Parent Factsheet

Please take the time to read the following Parent Factsheet concerning the online video game, Fortnite.  This is an online video game where players compete to be the last person standing in a post-apocalyptic world. The most popular version is Fortnite: Battle Royale, which sees up to 100 players pitted against each other to stay alive on an island. Players can build and demolish structures, and collect weapons, supplies and armour to help them along the way.

English Schools Athletics Association Championships

Congratulations to Trinity students Afoma Ofor  of Year 9 and Catherine Burns, Year 11, who competed in the English Schools Athletics Finals on 13th and 14th July.  Aforma qualified for the 100 metres Final with an amazing time of 12.59 seconds and followed this up with an even faster time of time of 12.45 seconds, finishing fifth in the Final.  This was just 0.10 off 3rd place. Continue reading

#I Will Campaign

Twenty of our Y8 pupils are currently participating in the #Iwill Campaign which is run by the MFC Foundation.  The project, which runs for 13 weeks, looks at social action and emotional and healthy well being.

On Friday 6th July, Mr Carey, Assistant Headteacher, and five Y8 pupils from the Campaign group gave a presentation at the “Youth Social Action in the North East – Unlocking the Region’s Potential” Event in Gosforth. Continue reading

Science & Environment Club Visit to Blue Bell Beck

The Science and Environment Club was launched after the Easter break by Miss Dossett and Miss Jones.  The club meet on a Wednesday evening at 3:05-4pm in the Science Department. The club has an average of eight to ten students who attend on a weekly basis from Year 7-9 with a high proportion of more able Year 9s attending. Continue reading

John Muir Award – Tees Valley Wildlife Trust

A small group of Trinity students are currently working with the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust group who are delivering a John Muir award course.  Students will visit local woodland areas and learn about basic survival skills (den building, fire lighting, etc) and about conservation of our woodland and wildlife. Continue reading