Students Keep Royal Appointment

A group of adventurous students have been reunited for a royal appointment at St James’s Palace in London. The group are all former students of Trinity Academy, in Thorne, and completed the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh gold award before leaving last summer. Now at university, the six were invited to be presented with their awards

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Students Send Gifts To Needy

Christmas will come with a special surprise for needy children around the world thanks to donations from students and staff at a Thorne school. Samaritan’s Purse, which runs the annual Operation Christmas Child appeal, has collected 130 shoeboxes packed with presents from Trinity Academy. Among the collection were ten boxes of gifts donated by the

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Trinity Academy Appoints New Head Boy & Girls & House Captains

Tom Williams, from Stainforth, and Megan Gee, from Dunscroft, are the new head boy and girl elect at Trinity Academy, in Thorne, and will step fully into their senior roles when the current student leaders Imogen Raper-Linley and Evan Johnson leave next year. The 16-year-olds, who have just moved up to the academy’s sixth form,

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Prince Of Denmark

Students are in rehearsals for their most challenging production yet as they tackle a prequel to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The cast of 15 at Trinity Academy in Thorne will take to the stage for a two night run of Prince of Denmark early next month. The new play, written by Michael Lesslie, was first performed by

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Head Of Sixth Form

Ambition among young people in South Yorkshire shows no sign of wavering despite the growing cost of higher education, an academy’s new head of sixth form has revealed. Matthew Holgate recently joined Trinity Academy, in Thorne, and says that students remain focused on going to university or into professional careers. Trinity Academy has been praised

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