Trinity School

Something for everyone: the Trinity Proms 2018

Posted on June 29th, by Geri Perry in Culture. No Comments

Come and support two great causes at this marvellous musical event

The Trinity Parents’ Association is holding its annual Proms event on Saturday 7th July 2018 at the school grounds in Shirley. This exciting and broad-based outdoor music event has been growing in popularity since its inception in 2010.

This year’s Proms offers top-quality performances from the students, which include Steinway Scholar and Trinity Musician of … Read More »

Sarah Jones has gained Croydon Central for Labour

Posted on June 9th, by Zach Baker in Politics & Society. 2 comments

Croydon Central result changes Croydon’s political map for first time since 2005

After a long night of counting and deliberation, the results came in for Croydon’s three constituencies. Croydon North and Croydon South have been traditionally safe seats for the Labour and Conservative parties respectively. This year’s results kept those seats in the red and blue columns. However Croydon Central swung left and was gained by the … Read More »

Trinity School in Shirley joins nationwide campaign against homophobia in sport

Posted on May 24th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Croydon school joins Stonewall campaign to change attitudes to sexuality in sport.

Release begins: Homophobia still remains a huge problem in many sports, with fear of abuse and discrimination putting many people off taking part, or even watching sport. Because they believe that it is important for all people to feel included and accepted, Trinity School sports staff and pupils are challenging homophobia in sport and raising awareness of the … Read More »

September news in brief

Posted on October 6th, by The Croydon Citizen in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

The Citizen team compiles some of the noteworthy events of September into one handy page

Crocuses return to the centre of Croydon

The former site of Taberner House, which is being developed next year, is now home to a temporary saffron farm. After raising £4,000 in just a few days from crowdfunding, local gardener and Croydon Radio DJ Ally McKinlay was able to purchase thousands … Read More »

BBC Question Time comes to Trinity School, Croydon

Posted on March 30th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Trinity School’s Concert Hall was turned into the set for BBC’s Question Time on Thursday 19th March. Rob Hopkin, the programme’s director, said, “Trinity pupils asked some of the best questions from any school we have ever visited. It was a pleasure to work with them”.

Release begins: Trinity School’s Concert Hall was turned into the set for BBC’s Question Time on Thursday 19th March to record … Read More »

International violinist Chloe Hanslip returns to Croydon to inspire young players

Posted on November 3rd, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Croydon Performing Arts Festival is delighted to announce that international violinist Chloë Hanslip is returning to Croydon to share her skills and expertise with young local players. 

Release begins: Chloe first performed in the festival aged six and is now a vice-president of the event. The day will inspire all players of all ages and abilities.

Chloë will be working with students in small groups of different standards: … Read More »

Trinity U12′s crowned Surrey cricket champions

Posted on July 17th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Trinity School’s U12 cricketers were crowned Surrey Champions last week, beating some strong opposition on the way to finals day where they won against a robust Kings College School (Wimbledon) side.

Release Begins: Trinity under 12′s were crowned Surrey Champions winning a closely fought final against Kings College School.

Electing to bowl first, Trinity were galvanised after a lacklustre start through a superb innings from Finn Harris … Read More »

Sam Phillips wins Community Coach of the Year Award at the home of Harlequins

Posted on June 11th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Eighteen-year-old Trinity pupil, Sam Phillips, was awarded the prestigious Talent Community Coach of the Year Award at the Twickenham Stoop last month.

Release begins: The Community Awards Dinner was held at the Twickenham Stoop, the home of Harlequins Rugby and brought together over 120 representatives from Community clubs and schools in Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex on Wednesday 21st May. No stranger to rugby award ceremonies, Sam received a … Read More »

Trinity Boys Choir sings in Maleficent

Posted on June 4th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Local school choir stars on soundtrack for new Disney film

Release begins: Twenty younger members of Trinity Boys Choir from Trinity School, Croydon, recorded songs for the soundtrack of the new Disney blockbuster, Maleficent, starring Angelina Jolie. The score is by renowned American film composer, James Newton Howard who also wrote the music for King Kong, Batman Begins, The Hunger Games…

Earlier this year the pupils … Read More »