Faith in Practice
Trinity offers a wealth of opportunities for those who want to put their beliefs into practice, with liturgies, charitable activities, retreats, clubs and more all contributing to a community where faith is put into practice on a daily basis.
Take a look at some of the ways our students and staff have helped make our school a place where we think of others and try to make a positive difference to the world around us:
Before the half term break, we said farewell to our wonderful Year 13 group with a variety of events.
Musicians from all of the County Catholic Secondary Schools took part in a concert on 23rd April at Trinity.
On Tuesday 16th April, the Year 10 group and their form tutors were off timetable for a retreat day.
In March two sixth formers visited the WWII concentration and extermination camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
On 15th February we had our second CAFOD Fast Day of the year, themed ‘Hungry for Change.’
On 13th February, Ash Wednesday, student ministers distributed ashes to the school community.
On 8th February, Y10 students, Mrs Wisdish, and Mr Rush visited the Childrens’ Oncology ward at the QMC.
In January 2013, Year 9 students visited the Briars in Crich, Derbyshire, for a snowy weekend retreat.
A group of Trinity pupils had the pleasure of watching the Oakfield School Christmas show 'Fit as a Fiddle' on 13th December.
Trinity played host to the Travelling Mary icon, which is being circulated around the schools in the Diocese.