Co-Curricular and Enrichment
Each term, students will have the opportunity to take part in an educational visit to a place of interest which complements the students’ studies. These include a diverse selection of trips from theatre visits, local employers and sporting experiences.
In addition, the academy is a regular host to guest speakers to support both students’ academic development, enhance their cultural capital and their understanding of the wider world.
Education outside of the classroom is integral to the Trinity experience and all Phase 1 students will take part in a minimum of one extracurricular graduation club each week. Attendance at this club will form an integral part of the Phase 1 graduation process.
In addition to the ‘graduation’ involve clubs, students are given the opportunity to take part in a wide range of sporting activities, music, drama and dance classes, chess club, art club and film club.
In Year 10 and 11, students also have access to the ‘Achieve’ provision to support with revision and preparation for examinations and aid students in their completion of coursework. Students are invited in small groups each week by subject staff to this provision.