Welcome to Trinity

The holiday is over and we are now back to school. We have celebrated the Feast of the Resurrection and so continue our personal and public journey to Emmaus. School is now dominated by the approaching exams at KS4 and KS5. We have, however, our feasts to look to forward to, that of St. Joseph's and, of course, Founders Day 8th May when we commemorate the life and achievements of Henrietta Pelham Clinton, Duchess of Newcastle: Henrietta founded St. Thomas of Canterbury Church as well as the primary school at the top of the road and, of course, the convent further down which now forms part of Trinity Catholic High School.

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