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The Chaplaincy Team
Head of Chaplaincy
Anna joined Trinity in September 2018. Prior to being a School Chaplain, Anna has been involved in teaching children and young people about the Christian faith in school and in church for the previous 10 years. Prior to this she held a variety of managerial roles at various companies in the UK and Australia, including Marks and Spencer where she launched the 'Autograph' range; a National Account Manager at Mars Confectionery and National Account Manager for Fritolay, Australia. Anna is married with three children and loves the outdoors and sports, especially dog walking Chief, our black lab and swimming! Anna relishes her calling as Chaplain where she loves to explain and express the gospel of God’s grace to all the students and the whole school community.
Assistant Chaplain - Pastoral Programmes
Vikki joined Trinity School in June 2017. Prior to this Vikki worked in the Arts as Company and Stage Manager of English National Ballet after graduating from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama at the Barbican. After many years touring nationally and internationally, Vikki moved to head up the Alpha team at Holy Trinity Brompton, responsible for the weekly courses and various other projects. From there she moved to the Alpha UK team as Relationship Manager for London and the South East, coordinating the Alpha course with regional Churches and groups. Vikki has been involved for a number of years with Children Worldwide summer camps in West Sussex and most recently at Trinity has pioneered the vision for the Shine GIRL course; establishing the programme and running the sessions alongside Anna. Vikki’s heart is committed to seeing young people realise their Worth, Value and Purpose in Christ and fulfil their God-given potential. Vikki is married with two beautiful daughters and a lovable Havanese dog!
Christina joined Trinity School in December 2018 after a long career break from The City after having children. Christina worked for BP and Arthur Andersen’s before joining Investment Banking in Sterling Bonds at Barclays Investment Bank and subsequently for Tokai Bank and The Royal Bank of Scotland/Greenwich NatWest Markets. She has been married for 19 years and is a busy wife and mum of two teenage children and loves going to the gym and is an avid cook. Christina volunteered for many years at her children’s primary school and now uses her organisational skills to work in the Chaplaincy Department of Trinity.
Sue studied at the Bath Academy of Art and has a degree in illustration. Sue illustrated children's books for many years before working alongside students in both the primary and secondary sectors. Sue is originally from Manchester and is married with two children! We are truly blessed at Trinity to have Sue. Her creativity and passion for Jesus' love is inspirational. Sue leads Trinity's Creative Intervention Programme, which was established in 2019. The Creative Intervention Programme provides a safe space of peace, consistency and calm for our students who take part in the programme. They produce ethos led masterpieces which are then displayed for the benefit of the whole school community. Sue's skills as an artist, combined with her huge pastoral heart means that students thrive under her expert artistic tutorship. For more information on the Creative Intervention Programme please click here
Jacquie Bignell & Renate Moerdijk
Jacquie and Renate are both parents at Trinity who have volunteered their time, gifts and talents to the Chaplaincy team faithfully over the past 3 years, and continue to do so! They work expertly together through their professional expertise in architecture (Jacquie) and design (Renate). They have worked faithfully, striving for excellence every step of the way on the new chapel build. Thanks to their vision, time and energy, Trinity is blessed to have a beautiful new Chapel, where students and staff are able to come for a time of quiet reflection, prayer and to learn about God through the Bible, and most importantly to receive and experience the love of God.
Jacquie and Renate also work alongside the Chaplain to create the vision and inspiration behind Trinity's annual Prayer Space. Their love for Jesus is inspirational and they pour out their gifts and talents in service to Him, for which the whole school community is blessed by.
We are so thankful to Janet Phythian, Glenn Walsh and Pauline Mckecknie who are Trinity's Growing Hope Team! Each week students learn about the impact of climate change through the process of growing vegetables organically, and this is through the Trinity Service and Co-Curricular programmes each Wednesday.
I remember being in a meeting about 10 years ago when someone mentioned this idea of opening a new secondary school in Sevenoaks founded on Christian values, it has been a real privilege to have seen this idea become reality. I work at a local Church as a Youth and Children's worker and as part of my role I love being able to come and spend time in some of our local schools. I am passionate about young people being able to grow up knowing their worth and value is not solely attached to the letters and numbers that end up on their exam papers, for our young people to have places where they can truly know belonging and understand a holistic approach to life. In my free time I'm a big Charlton Athletic fan and sometimes even manage to convince my wife to come with me to matches, we also love spending time with friends out and about in the wonderful countryside around us. We attend Bessel's Green Baptist Church where I also work and grew up, we love our Church family and hugely value the community that comes with being part of a Church.
We are also delighted that Jeeves and Ben come into Trinity to help run the Christian Union each week. They are passionate about growing young disciples.
Sanjeev, or Jeevs, is an Elder at Hope Church Sevenoaks and has led youth work for over 10 years in different churches and charities. Additionally, he oversees the youth work across a network of churches called New Ground; in which he has the heart to help develop youth leaders to serve local churches and to continue to see the gospel being preached to the next generation! Jeevs is driven to disciple and raise up young people who are passionate about Christ and mission. He also works as a cyber security consultant to help bring security transformation across different sectors. Jeevs is married to his wonderful wife and has one beautiful boy; in his spare time he loves cooking and rugby.
Fresh out of finishing his A-Levels, Ben is taking a year out to receive discipleship teaching, which includes 4 weeks away and a mission trip. A part of that discipleship means that he serves in a church placement, working 3 days a week at Hope Church Sevenoaks specialising in Tech & Media. This puts him in the perfect place to serve the Christian Union using what he is learning week to week to help grow the students in their faith!
He spends lots of time meeting up with other young people doing the same year. Otherwise he will either be developing his creative skills for photography and video editing or gaming!
The Food Bank Team
We are truly blessed to have Trish Cox, Jacquie Bignell and Alice Diaper who volunteer their precious time to run Trinity's Food Bank each week.
Trish has been a supporter and prayer partner of Trinity since the beginning of Trinity's conception and vision. Trish is our longest serving Service volunteer and simply radiates the ethos of Trinity School!
Jacquie has been a member of the Trinity Service Programme for the past 4 years and continuously pours out her life to wherever Jesus has her serve!
Alice joined the team in January and is passionate about 'loving our neighbour as Jesus loves'. Together, they are a remarkable team!
The Prayer Space Volunteers
Service Volunteers and Church Partners
We are so thankful to our team of Service volunteers and church partners who help run Trinity's Prayer Space. We were delighted to partner with YWAM - Youth With A Mission this year too.