Changes to the Trinity telephone system

Changes to the Trinity telephone system To make sure you contact the right person quickly and efficiently, we’ve made some changes to the telephone system. When calling, you’ll be presented with the following options: Option 1:  Attendance If you press option 1, you will be asked what year group your child is in: Option 1: 

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High-flying Jack celebrates Gold award

A teenager who left sixth form at Trinity Academy last summer with a clutch of top grades to embark on a degree course at Cambridge University has returned to his old school to receive another top accolade. Jack Parkinson is in his first year at the prestigious Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, reading computer science, after achieving

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Geography ambassadors visit classes

Just before Christmas we welcomed two students from Sheffield Hallam University into school to speak to Year 9 and 10 Geographers about further studies and careers in the subject. The visit on December 13 was part of the Royal Geographical Society’s ‘Geography Ambassador’ scheme which sends geographers from universities and businesses into schools to act

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Teacher commended for cancer charity work

A teacher from Trinity Academy has been recognised at a national awards ceremony for her work in supporting a charity dedicated to saving the lives of people with blood cancer. Ruth Beaman, who has taught at Trinity since it opened in 2005, received the high-profile commendation in a ceremony at the Tower of London on

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Sixth-formers rise to national maths challenge

Sixth Form students at Trinity Academy have celebrated their achievements in the first national maths competition of this academic year. The UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT) is a registered charity whose aim is to advance the education of young people in mathematics. It organises national mathematics competitions for 11- to 18-year-old school pupils and last academic year more

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