Trinity News Archive
Born for This
During the season of Lent, a group of twenty pupils helped perform a presentation of the Stations of the Cross.
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.
Russian Music Gala
On 8th March, one of our Sixth Form students performed Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Nottingham Youth Orchestra.
The Spring Concert was held on 19th March in the Sports Hall and included many of our ensembles, large and small.
Lent Fast Day
On Friday 15th March, many pupils and staff gathered at lunchtime for the CAFOD Lent Fast Day liturgy.
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!
On Monday 25th February, Y13 Applied Science students became Crime Scene Investigators for the day.
Trinity's whole school show, Oliver!, was performed by a large cast over three nights in February.
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.
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.
Young Promoters Event
Thirteen Trinity musicians helped prepare for a Teen Hangout event at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham.
Sixth Form Mass
On Tuesday January 29th, Trinity Sixth Form pupils gathered together during form time to celebrate Mass.
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.
On November 15th, The Kingsbury Hall was the venue for our second lunchtime concert of the school year.
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.
On November 8th, over 150 pupils from local primary schools joined Trinity musicians for our annual Joint Schools Music Festival.
A group of Sixth Form students used the Youth Hostel at Youlgreave as a base for a number of adventurous outdoor activities.
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.
Sixth Form Open Evening
On the evening of Wednesday 17th October, The Trinity Sixth Form opened its doors to prospective Year 12 students.
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.
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.
NYO - Play the School
National Youth Orchestra musicians visited Trinity for their Play the School event on Monday 17 September.
A group of students and staff from Trinity joined with five other schools and departed for Lourdes on Saturday 14th July.
On Tuesday 10th July, the Trinity Music Department held their Summer Concert in the Sports Hall.
Klezmer Group Performance
On Saturday 16th June, Klezmer Group performed at The Royal Concert Hall in their final After Hours concert of the season.
Goodbye Y13 Drama Students
In May, the Drama Department said goodbye to Y13 students who have been in the department for over seven years
Young Creative Awards
On May 23rd, three Trinity entries received awards at the Young Creative Awards at Nottingham Playhouse.
On Thursday 26th April, our A-Level Music students performed in a recital evening in the Kingsbury Hall.
History and Politics Lectures
Two postgraduates from the University of Nottingham gave interesting lectures to Trinity pupils recently.
Easter Egg Raffle
Trinity's annual Easter Egg Raffle took place in March, with all proceeds goings towards the pilgrimage to Lourdes.
Two Trinity Y13 musicians performed at the Nottingham City Homes Residents' Awards dinner on Thursday 22nd March.
Justice Museum Trip
On Friday 16th March, a group of fearless Sixth Formers went on a tour of the National Crime and Justice Museum.
Trinity Goes to the Opera
A group of Trinity A-Level musicians saw Mozart's opera Don Giovanni at the Theatre Royal in Nottingham.
Ski Trip to Artesina
Over February half term, 42 Trinity students from Years 8 to 13 went to Artesina in Italy on the school's annual ski trip.
In March, a group of Trinity pupils went to WE Day, at Wembley, to listen to a number of inspirational speakers.
Biomedical Sciences Talk
On 26th February, Colin Mudd of the Biomedical Science Institute spoke to pupils about the work of biomedical scientists.
On Wednesday 28th February, Year 13 Applied Science students became Crime Scene Investigators for the day.
RCH Piano Performances
Two Trinity Sixth Form musicians played piano at The Royal Concert Hall on Friday 23rd February in the Pre-Concert Performance.
Baroque Music Workshop
In February, Jonathan James visited Trinity to deliver a workshop on Baroque music to Trinity's Sixth Form Music students.