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Trinity House Initiatives

Our Heads of Houses have been busy putting new initiatives in place to keep our students working hard, exercising and having fun whilst working from home. Here is a round of some of the latest House news:
Good Citizen Award Congratulations to Gabriel, Year 9, from Wallaby House, for developing a new skill during the lockdown – Gabriel has been learning British Sign Language Level 1.
From Head of Springbok House, Ms Sussman: “Thank you to all those parents and form tutors who sent e-mails and videos of your children and students’ good deeds and efforts over the last week. We are requesting that parents, form tutors and students let us know some of the wonderful things that they have been involved in each week, and as a House Team, we will select next weeks Good Citizen.
Please ensure that government  guidelines are being followed when taking part in these activities. You can share your photos and videos with us: houseleaders@trinityhigh.com or simply send us a description of what your son/daughter has done as their nomination for the weekly ‘Good Citizen Award’ with their name and House. Another winner will be announced on Monday via Show My Homework on 18th May. For every nomination, we will award House Points and Trinity Credits.”
Trinity Long Distance Challenge Last week, we launched the Trinity Long Distance Challenge with students and staff and the first set of results are in!
Head of Maple House, Ms Coxon reminds us how to get involved: “The rules of this competition are very simple – every mile you walk, run or cycle while we are not physically in school counts as a house point. Following government guidelines, make a note of how far you have travelled, and send your total once a week to houseleaders@trinityhigh.com along with your name, form and house. Your distance will then be added to the totaliser that is updated every week on the school website. You will be able to see where your house would have travelled to in the world and to see how many house points you have collected!” The results up to 11th May, 2020, are:

 

Springbok House – 35 miles – they would be in Leeds.

Tiger House – 0 miles – they would still be at Trinity!

Wallaby House – 33 miles – they would be in Sheffield.

Maple House – 107 miles – they would have travelled to Silverstone.

 

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15th May 2020 – Vol 36 | No 31