Are you looking to support children and young people and learn new skills?

Here at TrinityLearning we are planning to restart regular volunteering projects in Abingdon schools. If you are looking to support children and young people and learn new skills then we could have a volunteer opportunity for you. We have two regular volunteering projects: Our Thinking Books project involves mentoring young children through shared reading and … Continue reading Are you looking to support children and young people and learn new skills?

Join us online for Experience Easter 2021

Our wonderful volunteers have worked hard to ensure TrinityLearning’s Experience Easter can go ahead in 2021. Although we won’t be able to welcome children to Trinity Church, we can offer a safe, online alternative through our website with videos that share the Easter story and reflective activities. In addition, we’ve also supported children taking part … Continue reading Join us online for Experience Easter 2021

Report back from TrinityLearning’s first Annual General Meeting (AGM)

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 … Continue reading Report back from TrinityLearning’s first Annual General Meeting (AGM)

We’re looking for volunteers for Experience Easter!

Experience Easter is a series of reflective workshops, specially developed by TrinityLearning to allow Key Stage 2 children (7 to 11-year-olds) to access the Easter Story in a meaningful way. It is also an introduction to mindfulness, using stilling exercises and simple activities to allow the children to consider their emotions. Over 3,000 children and 500 adults have … Continue reading We’re looking for volunteers for Experience Easter!