Our students regularly work with our local community, giving their time, skills and commitment.
In doing so, they develop their understanding of the challenges that exist in our wider community and do something to help. They also develop their practical and social skills, learning to work as part of a team.
Our Lower Sixth students volunteer for one afternoon a week for a term, where they develop skills and relationships with local organisations. They carry out environmental work, visit residential homes, work in charity shops, schools and carry out practical work in local resident’s homes.
Each year we host a Community Christmas Party and NSPCC Tea and Concert. The whole Trinity Community is involved with staff, students and parents helping provide refreshments, transport and entertainment.