Involve and Achieve
Education outside of the classroom is integral to the Trinity experience and all Phase 1 students will take part in a minimum of one extra-curricular ‘Involve’ 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 & dance classes, handwriting clubs, STEM club and media clubs. We also offer students the opportunity to work with our staff on a range of local community projects to support local charities and community groups. These include the Forget Me Not Trust, Overgate Hospice, The Halifax Food Bank and The Mayfield Trust.
Homework Club is available to support students after school if they wish to attend. It is a quiet space where students can complete their homework.
Below is an example of the types of clubs on offer at any one time.
|English||Film club, Debate club|
|Science||Y7 STEM, Catsan|
|Humanities||Humanities club, Earth & Environment club|
|B&E||Computer science club|
|Sport||Rugby, football, netball, fitness, athletics, basketball, cycling|
|Tech and Art||Phase 1 Design club, STEM|
|Music||Music theory club|
|Drama and Dance||Annual Show|
|Nurture / SEN / Vulnerable students||Handwriting club, reading club, homework club|
Extra-curricular ‘Achieve’ clubs also run each week, targeted at Year 10 and 11 students. Achieve clubs provide academic support for students with revision and preparation for examinations, in addition to aiding students in their completion of coursework assignments.