Dear Parents/Carers,

The first full week of Trinity has disappeared in a flash (much like the summer weather). This week students experienced the first full week of their new timetables; we are so proud of the efforts and hard work that they have demonstrated in their new classes. This week was also a massive week for us as we launched our READING SCHOOL which is our new short 20-minute lesson, where we aim to entice, delight, and challenge our students’ thinking through reading. Once again, the students have taken to reading school really well and can clearly see the benefits of the programme already. Aside from ensuring students increase their literacy ability, it is such a calm and therapeutic start to the day.

Please can parents/carers support us by ensuring that our students exhibit the highest of standards during their time at school. This year we will continue to insist that all students attend every day. Please find below two posters to help you decide when your child should or shouldn’t attend school if they are unwell.

Please can you also continue to support us in ensuring that your children wear their uniform immaculately every day. The only small issue that we have encountered this week is that students must now wear a V neck jumper from Orchards with a Trinity logo. There are two options: a sweatshirt version and a knitted version. Either are fine but it must be a Trinity V neck.

Next week I will begin to celebrate life beyond the classroom as our Broadening Horizons programme really kicks in. We look forward to sharing all the news from Trinity each week in this bulletin.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mr Ford




Dear Parents/Carers,


Have you ordered your school photos yet? A polite reminder that the closing date for free delivery back to school is Monday 25th September 2023. Order through the Tempest website using your unique link or visit

If you need any assistance in ordering your photos, feel free to contact Tempest on 01736 751555 (option 3).



We have a Technology/Progress Assistant vacancy – this is a great opportunity for someone who has technical knowledge and wants to work with children in a school. Please see below for further details.



Redditch Uniform Bank would like to thank all parents who generously donated their unwanted school uniform to the August event. Hundreds of families were helped by this event and thousands of items were saved from landfill.


Bronze and Silver DofE students from last academic year must upload all evidence and assessors reports by Friday 29th September. This is the final deadline for completing the award. Please see Miss Lyons or Mr Sweeney if there are any issues.



Next payment for the Paris Trip January 2024 is due by 20th September. Please see Miss Roberts if there are any issues.



Please can parents of students in Years 9 and 10 ensure that payment for the first instalment for the Culture Capital trip is made before the end of September – any queries please email or call the school.



Please find the latest version attached.

3 October Culture Capital Trip – Warwick Castle
12 October Open Evening
26 October Year 9 Parents Information Evening
27 October Break up for Half Term
30 Oct – 3 Nov Half-Term
6 November Return to school at 8.45am
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  • SSAT
  • LEPP
  • EQualities
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  • eco-schools-bronze-award
  • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
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