This week we dropped off the first of our TrinityLearning Peaceful Activity Packs. These packs have been designed to provide peaceful, calming activities which children can do independently or with their families. Many children have now been at home for over three months and will not be returning to school until September. Parents may be … Continue reading TrinityLearning Peaceful Activity Packs
Our last project before lockdown was the St Nicolas School DiY Assembly. We look back at how the project began and how it was shaped by the children we worked with. Back before the lockdown began, in March, which now feels a very long time ago, TrinityLearning visited St Nicolas School, Abingdon to help support … Continue reading The Mustard Seed: how TrinityLearning helped support a DiY assembly at St Nicolas School
The 23rd of April should have been the official opening of the refurbished sensory garden at Kingfisher Special School. We'd had to cancel the plant-in; lock-down delayed the few finishing touches and ruled-out a grand event, but the garden is looking lovely and is being well-used by the 10 pupils and 5 staff who are … Continue reading The story of Kingfisher school garden
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
Three of our schools are looking for volunteers to help them look after their reflective gardens. This could be working with small groups of enthusiastic children in school time or in an after-school club, or pottering by yourself. No great expertise needed. Tuesday Singing Club at our local special school needs some strong voices to … Continue reading Want to help?