Local Flooding

Dear parents and carers Local flooding Our hearts go out to all of those in the local community affected by the flooding, and especially to those Trinity families whose homes are under water at present. As a school we want to provide help in whatever way possible and therefore we are working with the local

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Scotland women’s rugby role for Trinity student

A talented rugby union player from Trinity Academy has been selected to play in a Scottish national team, beating off stiff competition from more than 100 other girls in regional trials. Charley Bissell, 15, took part in trials for the Scottish Exiles under-18s team in Sheffield in July, and found out at the beginning of

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Television voiceover roles for talented student

A young Trinity student is making a name for herself in the world of cartoon voiceover acting for not one but two international television channels. Maisie Marsh (11), from Hatfield, has her sights firmly set on a career performing in the West End, and is already well on the way after reaching the final auditions

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Strength of character shines through in rugby tour

In what has become a highlight of Trinity’s sporting calendar, three of our players joined forces last week with the other schools in the Emmanuel Schools Foundation to embark on a rugby tour of the Lake District. Harry Linley, Ben Potts and Tyler Wainwright – together with Trinity staff member Mike Liddle – travelled up

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Trinity prepares for world cycling championships

Trinity students and staff are gearing up for next week’s UCI World Road Cycling Championships, which are set to come through the heart of Thorne on Friday 27 September. “We’re very excited about the championships coming to Thorne,” said principal Jonathan Winch, “and our students and staff have been working hard to create some spectacular

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