On 11th January the TrinityLearning Trustees welcomed volunteers, church and school representatives and supporters to our first AGM as a standalone charity. Although we were sad not to meet in person, it was lovely to see so many people on Zoom.

Eve Newton, Chair of Trustees, introduced TrinityLearning’s Annual Report for 2019-2020 and highlighted activities and achievements that have taken place since becoming a charity. These included projects such as Thinking Books which focuses on emotional literacy for children, as well as more legal and administrative activities such as ensuring TrinityLearning has appropriate policies and procedures in place which are followed by all Trustees, volunteers and staff.

Nicola Williams, Education and Development Officer, explained how the first lockdown in March 2020, meant staff and volunteers at TrinityLearning were unable to continue delivering school-based projects and we had to look at new ways of supporting schools and children during changing times.

Some of these new projects included Peaceful Activity Packs for school children; Wildlife Safari Walks; an online singing hub, and a virtual Advent!

An interesting and enjoyable discussion followed with lots of questions, suggestions and ideas for TrinityLearning to think about.

Eve Newton thanked all volunteers, supporters and friends of TrinityLearning for their fantastic help and hard work during what has been a very challenging year.

The full annual report is available from our website at https://bit.ly/2Mz9GU2