Half term trips
The two-week half term break saw many Trinity boys and staff on a range of school trips across the globe.
The Economics and Business Studies Department took 17 students on a field trip to Krakow, Poland. Highlights of a busy schedule included excursions to a Fiat car factory, a salt mine, a power plant and a steel works. The students were also able to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, a powerful and moving experience for them all.
Meanwhile, our GCSE Mandarin pupils were in Beijing staying with Chinese families, our Sixth Form Historians went to Istanbul, the Fourth and Fifth Form Religious Studies trip took them to Rome and the Sixth Form RS group travelled to Zurich to meet the family of Carl Gustav Jung. The senior hockey players had a short but extremely productive tour to Holland. There was also a highly enjoyable diving trip to Malta where almost all the boys successfully qualified as ocean divers.