Learning & Growing

Activities, Events and Learning outside the Classroom

“Our mission is to encourage our learners to gain confidence and self-esteem for life through experiencing learning within the community beyond of the classroom, whatever their personal, social or academic challenge”.
[staff handbook 2016]

Out of school visits are to be seen as an extension of the classroom having educational value reinforcing or exemplifying particular aspects of teaching programmes and/ or an opportunity to promote the social or personal development of those involved.

Here are some of our stories

  • Anne Frank ambassadors meet holocaust survivor

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  • Black History Day

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  • Autism Art Week

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  • Anne Frank Ambassadors

    THE ANNE FRANK PROGRAMME Trinity School and College students completed this programme of study working with the Anne Frank Trust and the Huguenots Museum, Rochester. Eleven history students were able to achieve the Anne Frank Ambassador recognition and also...

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  • Christmas Show

    Trinity School and College Christmas Show was packed with parents and friends of Trinity support the learners in the 2015 Christmas Show.

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  • The Annual Christmas Fayre at Trinity is ready for Customers

    The Annual Christmas Fayre at Trinity is ready for Customers. Students worked in teams to create the Restaurant, Cafe and Fayre Stalls.

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  • Dover’s Bluewater trip

    Dover enjoyed an end of term treat as part of their ongoing life skills programme. They visited Bluewater to play in the Sega Zone and then had lunch on a budget, in the food court.

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  • 1940’s Tea Party

    Trinity hosted the 1940s tea room with guests from the British Legion, Friends of Trinity and parents.  Evidence of achievement for the Catering and Hospitality and Employability course at Level 1.

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