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:
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During RE lessons, Year 8 have been looking at their faith and how it is relevant to them in today’s world.
On the 8th of May, Year 9 pupils and form tutors gathered together for a special year-group mass.
Trinity's annual Easter Egg Raffle took place in March, with all proceeds goings towards the pilgrimage to Lourdes.
In March, a group of Trinity pupils went to WE Day, at Wembley, to listen to a number of inspirational speakers.
In July, a group of Y11 students will take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, to raise £500 for charity.
On Friday 19th January, 39 Year 9 pupils headed off to The Briars Centre, in Crich, for a weekend retreat.
Throughout the month of December, Sixth Form students brought in food for the homeless of Nottingham.
In December, pupils in Years 10 and 11 brought in donations for The Trussell Trust foodbank appeal.
Staff and pupils raised funds for the British Heart Foundation before the Christmas holiday.
On Friday 15th December the Sixth Form students turned out in fine style sporting their favourite Christmas jumpers.