In May 2012 our CCF contingent had its biennial inspection conducted by senior army officer, Brigadier Iain James OBE who left Trinity 32 years ago. Many parents and a number of Old Boys attended the day which included a Guard of Honour and a tour of various CCF activities followed by a demonstration by RAF drill competition team. The contingent passed with flying colours and received an enthusiastic report by Brigadier James who concluded: "In summary I am satisfied that Trinity School CCF is a vibrant and effective cadet unit with a sound future. It is by quite a margin the best CCF inspection that I have had the pleasure of conducting. Many congratulations to the school, the contingent officers and to the cadets."
In October 2012 the CCF had a very successful scuba diving expedition to Malta. It was the first time that Trinity girls took part and everyone was delighted with how well they integrated with the group, showing a great deal of commitment and enthusiasm.
On 11th November 2012 the contingent took part in Trinity School's Remembrance Parade.
On 10th December 2012 the CCF Annual Review took place. A number of awards and trophies were presented for outstanding contribution and effort. The prizes went to:
- Cpl New (Army Cadet of the Year)
- Flight Sergent Williams (RAF Cadet of the Year)
- LH Phillips (Navy Cadet of the Year)
- Cadet Nixon-Welsby (Commanding Officer Cadet of Year)