The Trinity Association is a vital part of our school community. It organises events for parents, carers, staff and students, to raise money for specific school projects and to provide opportunities for people to meet, socialise and have fun. It also provides refreshments at performances, parents evenings, sports days and sponsored walks.
You can support the Association's work by attending events, lending a hand from time to time, or by joining the team. Or just help raise funds by signing up for easyfundraising - it costs you nothing but helps our causes!
For more information about getting involved, contact the Trinity Association Chairperson, Helen Musson, by telephone on 0115 929 6251, or by email at email@example.com.
Below is a selection of the events and initiatives The Trinity Association has used to raise funds for the school:
- Sponsored Walk
- Race Night
- Quiz Night
- Darts Night
- Silent Auction
Among our goals for this year are a new drum kit, more board games and some extras for the new chapel. In recent years we have raised money for:
- Lighting gantry for sports hall
- A graphics machine
- Music festival
- Reading books for Y7
- Warhammer scenery
- Board games for a club
- Chess pieces for a club
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Beechdale Social Area
- Chairperson: Mrs H Musson
- Deputy Chairperson: Mrs L Hay
- Secretary: Mrs K Aitchison
- Treasurer: Ms S Bradford
- Teacher Representatives: Senior Leadership Team
If you want to get involved, you are welcome to attend meetings (shown on the calendar) or to help out at single events.
Any support is gratefully received!
The Trinity Association is encouraging parents and carers to use STIKINS® - personalised name labels suitable for all school items - in an effort to reduce the number of personal possessions ending up in Lost Property. In the process, The Trinity Association will also receive commission from the sales of Stikins to help raise funds for the school.
The Trinity Association has linked up with easyfundraising.org.uk to raise vital funds for the school.
The Association runs a shop for pupils, providing Trinity branded pens, pencils, rulers and sharpeners, along with other items such as book covers, pencil cases and protractors.