For the first time since 2019, we were delighted that over 50 of our students had the opportunity to volunteer with local groups during Field Day earlier this month.

By playing an active role in the community, our students prepare to make a meaningful contribution to whichever field they enter when they leave Trinity.

We were delighted to see them so keen to get back working with local groups.

Alongside a group that ran a junior football tournament for local primary schools and another that made wooden signs for the Orpheus Centre, students also carried out environmental work at Frylands Scout Centre and MHA The Wilderness.

Head of Community Action, Ms Burrage, said: “It was wonderful seeing our students so full of energy and really getting stuck into their volunteer work. We’ve had great feedback from the organisations they were working with, praising their dedication and hard work. Well done and thank you to everyone involved!”

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