The Trinity Catholic College summer production this year is “High School Musical” and will take place on Wednesday, 10th July at 7.00 pm and Friday, 12th July at 6.00 pm in the Main School Hall.
Tickets are £3.00 each or £10 for a family of four ticket and are available from Student Services – get yours now, selling fast!
The Middlesbrough Headstart Programme:
“Giving all Middlesbrough’s children and young people the necessary support to build resilience and achieve good emotional health”
Read Headstart’s latest newsletter: HeadStart Update – Spring 2019.
Trinity students and staff recently took part in the annual Middlesbrough Diocesan Lourdes Pilgrimage which took place during Spring half term week. Once again the pupils from Trinity volunteered their time to a week of service to Our Lady helping the supported pilgrims. Continue reading
On Friday, 8 March Year 12 Geography students paid a field trip visit to South Shields, where they studied shoreline management and also features formed by erosion and weathering at the coast. Continue reading
On Saturday 2nd March, Sixth Form students and Mrs C Gargett and Mr J Turver travelled to the SSE Wembley Arena for the 2019 CYMFED Flame event. Flame is the the biggest Catholic Youth event in the UK. This year the event was sold out to over 8000 young Catholics. Continue reading
During the Spring half-term break, Sixth Form languages student Alfie participated in an exchange visit to Berlin where he stayed with a host family. During his visit he was able to attend language lessons every morning and visited many iconic landmarks in the city during sightseeing sessions. Alfie was a credit to his family, school and country during the visit to Berlin. Klasse Alfie! Continue reading
On Wednesday 13th February, forty-one students and four members of staff attended a production of ‘War Horse’ at Sunderland Empire. The show was greatly enjoyed by all and everyone was amazed by the fantastic puppetry displayed. Some of the group were even moved to tears by the performance! Continue reading
Launched in December, Called to Serve aims to ensure the Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust and its schools unite to make a positive impact within their communities, building on the excellent work already being done.
Catholic Social Teaching is about showing daily care and concern for one another, our families and those around us who are less fortunate and as Catholic schools, community and faith are at the heart of everything we do. Continue reading