More than just reading? How TrinityLearning’s Thinking Books project helps children understand themselves and others.

Research shows that children can develop and improve their own understanding of their thoughts and feelings as well as those of others, through discussions about characters they encounter in books. Working out why a character in a book might be feeling or acting a certain way can help children empathise with others and, in turn, … Continue reading More than just reading? How TrinityLearning’s Thinking Books project helps children understand themselves and others.

TrinityLearning at Larkmead’s ‘Making a Difference’ event

Larkmead school’s annual ‘Making a Difference’ (MAD) Week takes place every July and offers Year 12 students (6th formers in old money!) a chance to work on a project with a local charity, group or not for profit organisation.  On the 1st of April, Larkmead held a MAD marketplace event giving their students a chance … Continue reading TrinityLearning at Larkmead’s ‘Making a Difference’ event

Christmas celebrations at Trinity Church

Every year, Carswell school traditionally hold their Christmas Nativity and Carol Concert at Trinity Church. This Christmas, Carswell staff needed to consider how they would be able to stage and present these wonderful performances against a backdrop of tightening Covid restrictions. In this blog post, TrinityLearning Workshop Leader, Taz Round explains how Carswell managed to … Continue reading Christmas celebrations at Trinity Church

Invitation to TrinityLearning’s online AGM and Annual Report launch

All supporters, volunteers, stakeholders and friends are warmly invited to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM) via Zoom at 6pm on Monday 17th January. This will be an opportunity to virtually ‘meet’, ask questions, and find out more about TrinityLearning’s work in local schools. We also look forward to sharing our new Annual Report for … Continue reading Invitation to TrinityLearning’s online AGM and Annual Report launch