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Open Events 2020-21

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Due to COVID-19, the summer open morning for prospective parents could not happen. We have also decided that the open morning and evening in September and October respectively, cannot occur because we would be inviting over 2000 people into school at a time when we must try and limit the number of visitors. 

The leaders of the school recognise that an alternative approach can be found that will allow some parents/students an opportunity to experience what Trinity School is like.

Please find below a link to a video with a short message from Dr Pawson regarding our open events.

Open Event Presentation by Dr Pawson

Message-from-our-chair-of-Governors-Mrs-Iveson

Trinity School Virtual Tour

Message from the Chaplain Mrs Graham
Why is this important? 

As a parent of a Year 6 child, choosing a secondary school is one of the most important decisions you make. This is made all the more challenging if you cannot look around the school. 

The intention for the Autumn term:

For six weeks, from Monday 7th September, the school will host small group tours. 

The tours will take place on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Two groups of 18 will walk around parts (not all) of the school during period 1, while students are in lesson. There will be one tour on Thursday. 

Time of Tour:

9.15-10.15am (please be on time to avoid missing the tour). 

How do prospective parents book?

By emailing reception on office@trinitysevenoaks.com

Who can come?

One adult and one child who must be Year 6 (not Year 5).

How will I know I have a place?

You will receive an email confirmation. Please do not be concerned if you do not hear anything over the summer holidays. Due to the volume of emails, we can only respond to those who have been confirmed a place. 

Risks

While the school will do what it can to minimise the risk of contracting COVID-19, parents must understand they come to school at their own risk. 

What information must a parent provide when emailing?

  • Name of parent and child attending 
  • Please confirm your son/daughter is in Year 6 and the school they attend 
  • Preference for which date (the below table shows which dates are available) 
  • If a preferred date is full but there is space on a different day, we will contact you

Date

SPACES/FULL

Monday 7th September

FULL

Wednesday 9th September

FULL

Thursday 10th September

FULL

Monday 14th September

FULL

Wednesday 16th September

FULL

Thursday 17th September

FULL

Monday 21st September

FULL

Wednesday 23rd September

FULL

Thursday 24th September

FULL

Monday 28th September

FULL

Wednesday 30th September

FULL

Thursday 1st October

FULL

Monday 5th October

FULL

Wednesday 7th October

FULL

Thursday 8th October

FULL

Monday 12th October

FULL

Wednesday 14th October

FULL

Thursday 15th October

FULL

 

Who will be delivering the tour? 

Either the Headmaster (Dr Pawson), Mr Williams (Deputy Head) or Mr Davies (Deputy Head). There may be an occasion when another member of the senior leadership team will lead. 

Arrival: 

Please wait just outside of reception. A member of staff will come to meet you, tell you which group you are in (1 or 2) and give you a badge. Please bring gloves to wear. Face masks can be worn. 

On tour:

Unlike previous tours, we will not be going into lessons or talking to students. However, you will see students at work and get a feel for what it is like at Trinity. 

Showing symptoms:

Please do not come to school if you are showing COVID-19 symptoms. If following your visit, you do show symptoms; please contact the school so we can contact those in your group. 

How many parents/students can tour the school during this period? 

In total 540 parents/students.

What if a parent/student is not able to come and visit the school? 

The website in September will show the following information designed to help parents make an informed decision. 

Website: 

  • Headmaster’s welcome and presentation 
  • Chair of Governor’s welcome 
  • Virtual tour   
  • Welcome by the chaplain 

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