Holy Trinity provides a large variety of extra-curricular activities for both children and families. The activities take place before school, during lunchtime or after school. Activities known as ‘clubs’ are run by members staff including teachers, teaching assistants, governors, parents and coaches, outside agencies or organisations. We believe that our clubs are important in developing a wide range of skills for our children, a few examples of the clubs we offer are ballet, sign language, gardening, art, cooking and a wide range of sports clubs (please also see School Clubs section of the website).
All clubs are accredited to the Children’s University scheme in which children gain credits enabling them to graduate at the end of the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Children at the end of KS1 require 30 hours of activities and children at the end of KS2 require 100 hours of activities.
Up to date Children's University Challenges can be found in the 'Children' tab on our website on the 'Children's University Page'.
For further information about Children's University and to find out about external learning destinations, please see the website link below.