Student Council ‘Trinity Rings’ Pupil VoiceStudent Council Year Reps 2014-15

The pupil voice scheme aims to give each and every pupil a voice and an active role within the development of the school, as the school adopts a system where students take an active role in the running of the school.

At Trinity, every pupil is given the opportunity to raise productive opinions on the development of the school by giving them to the student council. Every form group will have council representatives; these council members meet and develop the ideas that are found to be of priority and which will most enhance and benefit our college.

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TRACC (Trinity Racing and Cycling Club)

P1010063This popular Wednesday lunchtime club is now entering its third year and currently has a membership of around 35 pupils which spans all year groups.







Trinity Chess Club

Trinity Chess Club is growing in popularity and now has a membership ranging from Year 7 to Year 12.  A number of Year 12 students have recently joined as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.  The club meets every Thursday at 3.30-4.30 pm.