Sport at Trinity

“If you can’t fly, then run, if you can’t run, then walk, if you can’t walk, then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.”  – Martin Luther King Jr. 

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At Trinity we pride ourselves not only on the progress made and achievement of our most able, but also on the opportunities offered to those for whom participation, enjoyment and the development of team skills are the primary aim.

PE lessons are delivered in our brand new Sports Centre, on our hard courts and all-weather pitch.

A wide range of co-curricular activities are on offer at Trinity School. The benefits of sport and physical activity are considerable and well documented. We hope that all students will leave Trinity School with a desire to continue taking part in regular exercise in an activity or sport they have discovered in their time here. The activities run during lunch or before school, whilst squad practice and fixtures take place after school.

Sport Focus January 2017 – March 2017



The Rugby season is vast approaching and we now see our football boots hanging up and our rugby boots coming back into play for both our boys and girls. What do the 2016-2017 leagues have in store for us now?

Trinity wants to compete at the highest level possible and we can only do that with the cooperation of each team member. The P.E. department is thrilled to announce that our Year 9 Rugby Team recently displayed some outstanding rugby and we are now set to enter the boys into the NatWest National Cup.

Training is on Mondays and Thursdays. All are welcome and sessions will run until 5pm.


Unfortunately there is no hockey league as far as we know. However, there are many schools that want ‘friendlies’.  This means that there are many opportunities for tournaments, as Trinity have the sports facilities to facilitate this. We will be creating Hockey squads with the intention of competing against local schools.

Training is on Mondays to 4:45pm on the Astro.