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TRINITY WEEKLY

News of the School for the Community it serves, published every Friday


21st July 2017

VOLUME 33, NUMBER 39


End Of Year Eucharist

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As we come to the end of the school year, and bearing in mind what is referred to as our “Christian character and Anglican distinctiveness”, focus this week is placed on Mondays Eucharist service. We welcomed Revd Falak Sher from St Werburgh’s, Chorlton, and Church of the Ascension, Hulme, to lead our service. The reading was taken from John Ch 15 v 12-17, with the associated theme that God’s love is all around us and that we can give “respect, dignity and love to each other”. In doing so, we can “grow in love”. Also, in the photographs above is a newly appointed Trinity governor, the Venerable Karen Lund, Archdeacon of Manchester.


Beyond The Classroom

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The photographs at the top of the page illustrate a number of recent school based activities:

  • Top left; Saran Gregory-Nghiem, Elena Walker and Jan Wos representing Trinity in the national final of the spelling bee competition, held at Cambridge University.
  • Top right; Duke of Edinburgh’s Award expedition preparation and departure.
  • Bottom photos; Year 9 “flash bang” science demonstration.

Also, the final House event of the school year, Trinity’s Got Talent, saw ten “best acts” shortlisted from almost thirty auditions including piano playing, rapping and Irish dancing.


Activities Week

The penultimate week of the school year is usually devoted to a year based “activities week”, as the photographs on the facing page show. Special attention is on the arts, residential outdoor activities, enterprise and work experience.

Included for the first time this year were activities for Year 12, focusing on higher education priorities and a cultural visit to London.

We hope that everyone benefited from, enjoyed their activities and made new friends. This week, business as usual and back to normal for the final week of the school year.

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And Finally……

…...a happy, relaxing and safe Summer holiday to everyone. It has been a privilege to be Head of Trinity for the past twelve years and to be part of what I believe is, without doubt, the best school in Manchester. My last day at Trinity is 31st August and Mr Nicholls takes up the position as Head on 1st September.

Return to school details for students are as follows:

Year
Assemble on football courts
Assembly and act or worship
7
8.15am
8.30am
10
9.00am
9.15am
9
9.30am
9.40am
8
10.00am
10.10am
11
10.20am
10.30am

Year 12 and 13 students report to the Sixth Form Centre at 10.30am.

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