Parental Bulletin



Dear Parents and Carers

This week I am able to share lots of very positive news. Firstly, following a formal democratic process, our new Head and Deputy Head students were voted in. They will represent Trinity High School and Sixth Form in our student council and at formal events throughout the year. The new Head Students are;

Ciaran Heeley

Jack Fardoe

Jackson Preece

Harriett Alsop

I am sure you will join me in congratulating these students as they take up their new, very prestigious student leadership roles.

We have also received lots of external validation regarding how wonderful our staff and students really are this week. Firstly, Charlotte Carter-Wall, who supports and coaches our middle leaders, has been into school this week and commented on how highly positive the behaviour and attitudes of our students are at our school. She specifically made reference to how maturely the students walk to school and how they take pride in their Trinity uniform.

We have also had magnificent feedback from the prospective parents and students who visited the school this week during our open mornings. The parents, without exception, commented on the impeccable behaviour of the students, the wonderful teaching and learning and the welcome they received from the whole Trinity family. We are very proud to receive this wonderful feedback.

Following our teacher training day on Friday, our final week before half term will include our Year 9 Parents’ Evening and Year 11 Parents’ Information evening, which will both take place on Thursday 20th October. We strongly recommend that all parents of students in these year groups attend as crucial information will be shared, which will help your child be really successful with us over the next academic year.

I hope you all have a fantastic week and I look forward to sharing our first newsletter of the year with you next week.

Mr Ford



Friday 14th October – school closed to students.


Bronze (Y10) and Silver (Y11) DofE Launch – Students need to return their reply slip of interest back by Tuesday 18th October in order for the DofE enrolment packs to be distributed before the end of half-term. Please see Miss Lyons or Mrs Loader for a letter.


Auditions will be held Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd November at lunchtime. Students should sign up on the sheet on the Music Room door and specify which day they would like to audition. All year groups and all acts welcome.


Please find more information attached.


New payments for Autumn second term are now available on MCAS. Parents will no longer receive a letter but instead notifications via MCAS. Please ensure you make payment by Tuesday 18th October to secure your child’s lesson place for next half-term.


Please see attached poster.


Today is National Poetry Day and, to celebrate, Greenpeace have teamed up with the charity to launch a poetry competition. All of the details, including how to submit your poem, are on the attached slides. There’s even an example poem to give you some inspiration. The deadline is December 1st, so plenty of time to get creating.

If you have any questions about entering, or would like some advice about your poem, please see Miss Staley in room 26.


Trinity High School – Tuesday 1st November 6.00pm

HOW (Heart of Worcestershire) College – Saturday 15th October 11.00am -2.00pm

WCG (Worcester & Warwickshire College Group):

Moreton Morrell – Saturday 12th November 10am – 1.00pm

Evesham – Thursday 17th November 5.30pm – 8.00pm

Pershore – Saturday 19th November 10.00am -1.00pm

SSCB Bournville College – Thursday 20th October 4.30pm – 7.00pm


This week several students have presented at our First Aid base with symptoms potentially caused by not eating before or during school. It would be useful if parents/carers either topped up student catering accounts or provided them with adequate food/drink for the day. If there are any issues caused by the cost of living, then please give us a call and we will be delighted to discreetly support you. There is a free breakfast club that runs each day in the Dining Hall from 8.10am for those students in need of breakfast. Please feel free to come and join us.

In our drive to broaden our vocabulary, please find our new T2 Workable Word of the week – ‘INVEST’ – The word ‘invest’ is used to describe the action of putting time, money or effort into something usually to make a profit or gain advantage. In the school environment we worry less about money and more about the education that will enable you to be successful. But success doesn’t have to be measured in financial terms… We use ‘invest’ as a verb.

Here are some ways you could use the word:

“The school will invest £1 million in a new sports hall” (verb).

“You have invested a lot of time in your project, don’t stop now” (verb)

Where does it come from?

Mid-16th century (in the senses ‘clothe’, ‘clothe with the insignia of a rank’, and ‘endow with authority’): from French investir or Latin investire, from in- ‘into, upon’ + vestire ‘clothe’ (from vestis ‘clothing’). Invest (sense 1) (early 17th century) is influenced by Italian investire.



14 Oct Teacher Training Day – school closed to students
20 Oct Pastoral Open Evening – Y9 ONLY 4.00pm -7.00pm
20 Oct Y11 Examinations & Revision Information Evening
21 Oct School breaks up for Half-Term
24 – 28 Oct Half-Term
31 Oct Return to school at 08.45am
1 Nov Y11 & Sixth Form Information Evening



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