Please make appointments through the Parent Portal which can be accessed via the school website. Any issues, please contact school and ask for Tracey Sedgwick.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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
On Sunday 21 January a number of Year 9 students attended a charity event, Feeding the Homeless in Middlesbrough. Mr McNicholas, Head of Year 9, said “the students were outstanding and were a credit to their families and school. We are next helping on 4 February and wherever possible it would be lovely if we could contribute as a community.” Continue reading
Are you aged 14-21 and live in Middlesbrough?
Tees Valley Wildlife Trust are offering free winter activity days in January and February 2018.
Have a go at ice skating, indoor mini-golf and archery for free! Your lunch and transport is provided and you’ll get to visit Maze Park Nature reserve. Continue reading
Our Year 11 pupils have been very proactive taking on the NCS Challenge and have been recognised for their efforts.
Trinity Catholic College & Sixth Form has been awarded Champion School status by the National Citizen Service Trust.
During the Autumn term, a number of Trinity students have been taking part in the John Muir Award scheme, run by the Wildlife Trust. 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
Well done to all pupils and staff for their excellent performances a this year’s Christmas Liturgy. Thank you also to the parents and families who supported the event . Merry Christmas to you all.