Continuing our transition process into secondary school, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week we bussed students into Cheshire and visited one of the grand National Trust country estates – Tatton Park. The students were divided into groups and took part in some team building activities, such as den building and the ‘egg rocket challenge’, some competitive sports games and some mentally challenging activities like escaping from the famous maze. Students also enjoyed visits to the beautiful Japanese gardens and the ‘Tatton Farm’. Mrs Ripley, Senior Tutor for Year 7 said; “A hugely enjoyable trip, I met every student in every form and our Year 7s were able to make new friends, challenge themselves and learn a lot about the great outdoors”.
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On Wednesday, 11th October, 2017, Trinity will be hosting its annual Sixth Form Open Evening. Our Head of Sixth Form, Ms Tattum, will be welcoming prospective students and parents to view the outstanding facilities on offer in our Sixth Form. This year, we will be hosting a student and leadership ‘Question Time’, where visitors will be invited to ask questions about our Sixth Form and listen to the panel’s responses. We will be welcoming applications from Trinity students and external students. The evening will start at 7.30pm, so make sure you don’t miss out on what promises to be a fantastic event!
On Thursday, 21st September, we welcomed hundreds of families through our doors for the annual Trinity Open Evening. Prospective parents and students explored different departments around the school to give them a taste of what life will be like at Trinity. The above pictures show families enjoying talks, activities and demonstrations in our science, geography, English and design technology departments. We hope that everyone enjoyed the occasion! Please remember to submit your Trinity supplementary application form before the deadline date: 31st October, 2017.
A successful Year 11 Scene Setting meeting was held last Thursday evening for parents of Year 11 students. Parents were provided with advice on the best way for students to succeed in their GCSE examinations. A video with advice from other students was very well received by the audience. The video is now available to watch on the Trinity website by going to the following link: www.trinityhigh.com/students/year11.