On a beautiful spring day in May, 600 young players from over 35 schools as far afield as York, Hull and Scarborough, assembled at Trinity to take part in the Catholic Primary Schools’ Cup Football Tournament. Continue reading
In a round up of recently played Football Cup finals, Year 9 lost 5-1 to Outwood Academy but performed really well. Dean Warren scored with a cracking free kick. Mr Carey was delighted by their effort and energy.
Our Year 9 Pilgrimage to Rome, the Eternal City, saw 20 students led by Revd. Bunce (Chaplain) and Mgr. Robinson (Vicar General of Middlesbrough Diocese), and accompanied by Mrs Hawes and Mr McNicholas, between Friday 7 and Monday 10 March. It is hoped that these students will be embarking upon a further commitment to their Catholic Faith in the Sacrament of Confirmation, and this pilgrimage was in thanksgiving for the many blessings they have received so far on their journey of faith, and for the bestowal of God’s many graces in their lives ahead.
- Year 7 – Healthy lifestyle/bullying
- Year 8 – Lourdes Day
- Year 9 – Disability Awareness
- Year 10 – Army Experience/Enterprise
- Year 11 – Enterprise/creative careers/English, Maths & Science Intervention
- Year 12 – Teesside University Day
- Year 13 – Subject Choices
The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) enables young people to use their energy and passion to change the world for the better.
Amongst the themes covered were using the Metro as a means of sustainable transport, a comparison of and the consideration given to different styles of architecture in urban environments, regeneration of the Quayside and resettlement of dwellings.
Pupils visited the Castle Keep, primarily for the views of the city and the River Tyne and its bridges.
Whilst examining the regeneration process of the Quayside, a visit was made to the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art on the Gateshead side of the river, and lunch enjoyed in Uno Trattoria. The visit which was thoroughly enjoyed by students and staff and led by Mr Cosgrave, Head of Humanities, said “the students were excellently behaved at all times, and an absolute pleasure to be with”.
Year 11’s studying BTEC Construction recently visited Carillion to gain further insight into the Construction industry and to see for themselves some of the work which is involved in the “Real World”.
Students were taken on a tour of the Carillion facilities and listened to a talk regarding the Construction industry and possible future career opportunities available in the North East region.