Trinity News Archive
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.
Christmas Revision Planning
On December 18th, a group of Sixth Form pupils stayed after school to get ahead with revision planning for their January exams.
On Thursday 6th December, Trinity held its Presentation Evening to celebrate the achievements of the previous year.
During Advent, all Sixth Form students contributed items towards a huge collection for the homeless of Nottingham.
On Friday 14th December, Trinity's Sixth Form students raised £141 for the Save The Children Christmas Jumper Appeal.
Young Promoters Meeting
On Wednesday 12th December, our Young Promoters met with representatives from the London-based National Youth Orchestra.
Nottingham Post Awards
On Thursday 13th December, three Trinity School pupils and staff were winners at The Nottingham Post Education Awards.
The Midnight Truce
Steve Stickley of Footprints Theatre treated Trinity's Year 9 pupils to a superb performance of the memorable play The Midnight Truce.
On November 15th, The Kingsbury Hall was the venue for our second lunchtime concert of the school year.
Year 8 Handball Success
On Monday 3rd December, the Year 8 Boys Handball Team won the City Handball Competition at Harvey Hadden Stadium.
Music Careers Presentation
NUSIC and Nottingham Music Hub spoke to our Year 9 pupils about careers and opportunities in Music.
Year 7 Advent Retreat
At the end of November, Y7 put on their Christmas jumpers and came off-timetable to explore the themes of Advent.
Music Mark Award
Trinity School has been awarded Music Mark status in recognition of the value that it places on Music.
Buy A Brick Campaign
Trinity is re-opening its Buy A Brick campaign, used to support the school to buy essential resources.
On November 8th, over 150 pupils from local primary schools joined Trinity musicians for our annual Joint Schools Music Festival.
Year 9 Languages Trip
On Wednesday 13th November, a group of Year 9 pupils visited the University of Nottingham for a languages taster day.
To mark Remembrance Day and the centenary of the end of WW1, Trinity held a liturgy on the 9th of November.
On Thursday 24th October, Year 11 Drama pupils took part in a workshop based on the play Kindertransport.
A group of Sixth Form students used the Youth Hostel at Youlgreave as a base for a number of adventurous outdoor activities.
The Party Somewhere Else
In October, groups from Years 9 to 11 watched a performance by The Party Somewhere Else on the suffragette movement.
WW1 Centenary Poppies
To mark the centenary of the end of WW1, pupils of all ages have made poppy key fobs or bag tags in DT.
House Dance Competition
On Thursday 26th October, pupils from Year 7 to Year 10 took part in the House Dance Competition.
Year 11 Performances
On October 18th, Trinity Year 11 Drama pupils performed GCSE extracts at lunchtime and in the evening.
WW1 Phone Holder
To commemorate 100 years since the end of WW1, some pupils have been making memorial phone holders in DT.
Sixth Form Open Evening
On the evening of Wednesday 17th October, The Trinity Sixth Form opened its doors to prospective Year 12 students.
MAT Launch Event
On 16th October, a group of Trinity Year 7 pupils went to an event to celebrate the Our Lady of Lourdes Multi-Academy Trust.
Y9 University Trip
In October, twenty nine Y9 pupils spent a day at the University of Nottingham for a workshop and tour.
World War 1 Talk
On the evening of Friday 19th October, The Trinity Association hosted a talk in the Beechdale Social Area about the end of WW1.
On Thursday October 11th, Year 11 GCSE Drama pupils watched a performance of Kindertransport at the Nottingham Playhouse.
Trinity Open Evening
On Tuesday 2nd October, Trinity welcomed Year 6 pupils and their families to its annual open evening.
Mental Health Day
Trinity School students and staff supported World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October.
Y13 Geography Field Trip
The Year 13 Geography students spent three nights away at the Cranedale Field Study Centre in North Yorkshire.
On the 4th of October, a group of Sixth Form students had dinner at the Ugly Bread Bakery in Nottingham.
Day of Languages
For The European Day of Languages our German visitors taught lessons for Year 7 and 8 pupils.
Charity Coffee Morning
On Friday 28th September, the Sixth Form pupils held their annual Macmillan Coffee Morning.
At the end of September, our German partner school sent pupils and staff to Nottingham for a four day stay.
D of E Silver Assessment
On Thursday 27th September, three teams of DofE pupils set off on the three day expedition for their assessment.
NYO - Play the School
National Youth Orchestra musicians visited Trinity for their Play the School event on Monday 17 September.
Contemporary Dance Workshop
On Friday 21st September, Year 10 and 11 GCSE Dance pupils took part in a contemporary dance workshop.
Welcome from Mr Shenton
Dear Parents and Carers, I would like to introduce myself to you as the new Headteacher at The Trinity Catholic School.
On Saturday 8th September, 44 pupils visited Wembley Stadium to watch England versus Spain in the first of the UEFA League fixtures.