Thursday 24th May 2018 : Week B
Last Thursday, our art department turned into an art gallery for the evening. Head of Art, Ms Hutchinson said:
“Congratulations to all our GCSE and A Level Art students who showcased their work at Thursday's Exhibition in the Art Department. The exhibition is the result of two years of hard work and dedication to become great artists. We are really proud of you all. Many thanks to all who attended, helped out and made the evening a great success.”
Read more in the latest newsletter.
Last week, we reported on our Under 14 girls’ basketball team being crowned Manchester champions, and this week we are delighted to say that our Under 16 girls’ basketball team have also been crowned Manchester champions! Congratulations to the students involved who beat Wright Robinson 39-14. Well done to all of the team!
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Teacher of Geography, Mr Clark, was very impressed with the models one of his Year 8 classes recently created. Students from 8STR have been studying the features of erosion on the coasts, looking at caves, arches, stacks and stumps. Students were asked to create a model at home on the theme of erosion, with explanations. The models could be made in any medium, including cake! Head of Geography, Mr Stockley, added, "This is the culmination of hard work in Year 8 Geography that entails learning some very scientific geomorphology of the Earth's surface. Our Year 8s studied rivers at the start of the year and are about to study glaciation in the next topic. Well done to all students who have made models!"
From Acting Head of Music, Ms Gocher: “On Monday evening, nearly 150 Trinity students took part in the Anniversary Concert at the RNCM, to the largest audience we've ever had. The standard of performance was exceptional, and the variety of talent on display was a credit to the school. From steel pans to medieval orchestral music, the efforts of all the rehearsal processes were clear to see. Mr McCoy said that one of the performances "sent shivers down his spine" and several tears were brought to people's eyes. Charlotte Wheater and Eilis Jones treated us to trumpet and violin solos, respectively, and we also said goodbye and thank you to many of our Year 11 musicians, for whom this will have been their last public performance with Trinity. Well done to all involved!”