Trinity News Archive
Solutions for Accounting
A group of Trinity Year 12 IT pupils visited Solutions for Accounting on Friday 14th June.
Social Action Project
During May half-term, a group of Trinity pupils went on a residential course coordinated by Notts County F.C.
Biology Field Trip
Trinity's Year 12 Biologists completed the field elements of their A-Level practical work at Clumber Park.
Y7 Biology Lessons
Mrs Buxton’s Year 7 classes recently dissected eyes to help them ‘see’ how the eye works.
Y10 Dance Workshops
On Wednesday 5th June and Friday 7th June, Year 10 Dance pupils took part in series of dance sessions.
D-Day Board Game
Board game club and Mr Wilderspin commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings on June 6th.
Let's Pitch It!
On Tuesday 21st May, thirty Year 8 pupils spent the day in a TV industry workshop called Let’s Pitch It!.
Year 7 Mass
On Tuesday 21st May, three Year 7 forms gathered together during form time to celebrate Mass.
D of E Gold Practice
In May, ten Year 12 students completed their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award practice expedition in the Lake District.
Top Kitchen Rating
The kitchens at Trinity have once again been awarded the highest possible rating by the Environmental Health Officer.
Year 9 Mass
On Tuesday the 30th of April, all of Year 9 gathered together in Kingsbury Hall to celebrate Mass.
County Rugby Finals
Trinity Years 7 and 8 Boys rugby teams represented Nottingham City schools at the County Finals rugby tournament.
Y7 Hagg Farm Trip
Over eighty Y7 pupils spent three days experiencing Outdoor and Adventurous Activities at Hagg Farm in Derbyshire.
Making Generation R
The charity Blesma visited Trinity as part of their Making Generation R project, to talk about dealing positively with adversity.
Y8 Charity Week
For this year's Charity Week Year 8 went all out, raising money for a local charity, Emanuel House.
Born for This
During the season of Lent, a group of twenty pupils helped perform a presentation of the Stations of the Cross.
On April 4th, Y10 Drama students went to Nottingham Playhouse to see a new production of the play Skellig.
Film Music Concert
On 16th March, a group of Sixth Form Music students went to a film and computer game concert at the Royal Concert Hall.
The Trinity Association held its Darts Evening event on Friday 29 March in the Kingsbury Hall.
Russian Music Gala
On 8th March, one of our Sixth Form students performed Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Nottingham Youth Orchestra.
Ron Seal's Adventures
The Year 7 mascot, Ron Seal, has been going to lessons and having some great extra-curricular adventures.
The Spring Concert was held on 19th March in the Sports Hall and included many of our ensembles, large and small.
Rugby City Champions
Both the Trinity Year 7 and Year 8 Boys rugby teams were crowned City Champions in March.
Battlefields Literature Trip
Two Y8 pupils and one teacher visited the First World War battlefields of the Western Front on an English Literature tour.
Particle Physics Trip
Year 12 physics pupils went on a trip to the world-class research centre at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Didcot.
Lent Fast Day
On Friday 15th March, many pupils and staff gathered at lunchtime for the CAFOD Lent Fast Day liturgy.
Junior Team Challenge
On Wednesday 20th March, four Trinity students took part in the UK Mathematics Trust Maths Challenge Regional Final.
Y7 Castle Competition
Year 7 pupils recently competed to make castles as part of their work on Medieval England.
Egg-citing Physics Challenge
On Friday 8th March, four Trinity Year 10 teams took part in a physics challenge at Nottingham High School.
On Ash Wednesday we prayed together, received the ashes and, following Church teachings, didn't eat meat.
Six Trinity pupils joined over 8,000 young people from across the UK gathered at Wembley arena for FLAME!
Music Bursary Award
The European String Teacher Association awarded a Trinity Year 8 pupil a music bursary in London on March 6th.
Literature Ambassador Induction
On Wednesday 6th March, Trinity's three UNESCO City of Literature Ambassadors attended an induction morning.
On Monday 25th February, Y13 Applied Science students became Crime Scene Investigators for the day.
On Friday 1st March, pupils from Years 9 and 10 took part in a contemporary dance workshop.
Trinity's whole school show, Oliver!, was performed by a large cast over three nights in February.
Y7 English Campaigns
In February, Y7 English classes presented campaign projects to demonstrate speaking and listening skills.
Bletchley Park Trip
On a sunny day in February, the Y13 Computer Science students had a day out at the world famous Bletchley Park.
Politics Trip to London
Y12 and Y13 Politics pupils toured the Palace of Westminster to aid their understanding of Britain’s political process.
Y8 Handball County Success
The Trinity Year 8 Boys Handball Team became County Champions at a competition on February 8th.
A group of 44 students and 5 teachers traveled to Belgium and France to see the battlefields and graves of WW1.
Y11 Briars Retreat
A group of Year 11 pupils went to the Briars residential centre in Crich, Derbyshire from 28th to 30th January.
Time to Talk
This year’s Time to Talk Day was all about bringing together the right ingredients to have a conversation about mental health.
Y11 Boys Handball Success
The Year 11 Boys Handball Team successfully retained the City Champions title on Monday 4th February.
On Wednesday 6 February, a small group of Year 12 students visited Peterhouse College, Cambridge.
Three Trinity pupils have been selected as Unesco City of Literature Ambassadors for the coming year.
Young Promoters Event
Thirteen Trinity musicians helped prepare for a Teen Hangout event at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.
Y8 Boys Football Success
The Trinity Year 8 Boys Football 5–a-side team recently won the Nottingham City tournament at Harvey Hadden.
Sixth Form Mass
On Tuesday January 29th, Trinity Sixth Form pupils gathered together during form time to celebrate Mass.
Biomedical Sciences Assembly
On Tuesday 22nd January, Colin Mudd of the Biomedical Sciences Institute spoke to Trinity students in the Sports Hall.