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Faith in Practice

Opportunities

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:

Chaplaincy Twitter Account

St Barnabas Trust Chaplaincy now have their own Twitter account, @SBTchaplaincy. Follow us to keep updated on what's going on around school and in our Diocese.

Mental Health Day

Trinity School students and staff supported World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October.

Mental Health Day

Charity Coffee Morning

On Friday 28th September, the Sixth Form pupils held their annual Macmillan Coffee Morning.

Charity Coffee Morning

Lourdes Pilgrimage

A group of students and staff from Trinity joined with five other schools and departed for Lourdes on Saturday 14th July.

Lourdes Pilgrimage

School Barbecue Day

On Thursday 19th July, Trinity took advantage of the glorious weather to have its annual barbecue.

School Barbecue Day

Donating Maths Books

The Trinity Maths Department donated sets of A-Level textbooks to the Uboji Community Library in Nigeria.

Donating Maths Books

Three Peaks Challenge

On a hot day at the beginning of July, twenty Trinity Year 11 pupils tackled the Yorkshire Three Peaks.

Three Peaks Challenge

Year 7 Charity Events

Over the months of May and June, Trinity Year 7 pupils raised money for the charity Lepra.

Year 7 Charity Events

Year 8 Charity Week

In the third week of June, Year 8 pupils held their hotly anticipated charity events at Trinity.

Year 8 Charity Week

Year 8 Retreat Day

Year 8 pupils spent Tuesday the 12th of June off-timetable to take part in their retreat day.

Year 8 Retreat Day

Year 8 RE Lessons

During RE lessons, Year 8 have been looking at their faith and how it is relevant to them in today’s world.

Year 8 RE Lessons