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Our students play an active role in the local community.

Giving back

We believe that by playing an active role in the community, students are prepared to make a meaningful contribution to whichever field they enter when they leave Trinity. Sixth Form students complete two 6-week placements giving something back to our community.

Students lead lessons at local primary schools, carry out environmental work, visit local residential homes and volunteer for local charity shops. 

During our Field Days, students challenge themselves in practical ways and develop a sense of service. They learn about bushcraft, pondwork and clearance work at many local venues, for instance, and they entertain local residents with music, run drama workshops, and invite local primary schools in for days of classics, sport, Chinese, biology and DT.




Community action

Students fundraise for charitable causes and host events throughout the year. This all helps our students to ‘give back’, to grow their listening and communication skills, and to be more socially integrated.

They also learn that just a few hours a week of effort and commitment make a real difference. By playing an active role within our local community and beyond, our students have an enhanced awareness of the needs of others and cultivate a sense of service.

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Chipwepwete School, Malawi
Trinity commits to providing
lunches for 750 children
Primary School Sport
Sports coaching & tournaments
for 1500 local school children
local primary school children
are invited to Trinity's Maths morning
Sixth Form students volunteered
across 36 placements in our community

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