Steve Tomkins from Reform magazine visited us last month and wrote a lovely article about TrinityLearning's work over the last 11 years. Reform magazine have kindly allowed us to reprint the article here and there is a link to the original article below the text.
Experience Easter is a way of sharing the Easter Story with children through story telling and simple workshops. The workshops each use a part of the Easter story to think about hopes and dreams, being kind, helping each other, sharing, being afraid, thinking about others who are suffering and looking forward to new life. The … Continue reading Experience Easter at home!
Kingfisher Garden is nearing completion. We are hoping to have one last push with a mass plant in on Saturday 21st March! Please come along to Kingfisher Garden between 10 and 12am to help us plant. Teas and coffees will be available. We need to avoid irritant plants but if you have spares of any … Continue reading Spare plants? Can you help?
The Kingfisher Garden is starting to come together after huge amounts of work from many , many volunteers including TrinityLearning Volunteers, Scouts and Beavers, a team from Radley School and teams from several local companies .
Trinity Church looks beautiful dressed up for Christmas and we are thoroughly enjoying welcoming all the schools and groups presenting their plays, concerts and services.
Job vacancy TrinityLearning Administration Assistant 6.5 hours per week (0.2 FTE), £3500 per annum - working days and hours can be flexible subject to negotiation Initial contract to 31/08/2021, starting January 2020 Based at the Conduit Centre, Conduit Road Abingdon An administrator is required for this groundbreaking outreach, which works to improve the quality-of-life in … Continue reading Job Opportunity
Over 70 TrinityLearning supporters came to Celebrate Rosemary's retirement and mark 10 years of TrinityLearning.
Calling creative pupils and students in and around Abingdon. The Competition - Pupils and Students Design TrinityLearning's new Logo TrinityLearning has been helping local schools for nine years and needs a logo to mark its tenth anniversary and transition to charity status. Who better to design this than the schools who are at the heart … Continue reading Competition: Design a New Logo for TrinityLearning
We're looking for a new Education Development Officer to lead TrinityLearning into charity status. Click on the link for more information. poster
In July this year, we were delighted to be invited to attend The General Assembly of The United Reformed Church in Nottingham, as one of four winners in URC's Community Projects Awards. The projects were so disparate that the prize-money was split equally between the four finalists, so we came away with a snazzy plaque … Continue reading TrinityLearning – award-winning