- See Me Update - September 2017 - 02/10/2017 - bmccarthy
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- See Me Update - October 2016 - 02/11/2016 - bmccarthy
Once again, Trinity High School delivered two excellent Health Days for our S3 pupils. Please see attached programme for synopsis of activities. Many of our staff, S5 and S6 pupils delivered the workshops: ‘Hearstart’; ‘Zumba Dancing’ and ‘Baby Think It Over’; ‘Food Shock ’as well as a former pupil – Giancarlo Bell who as part of Universal Connections delivered ‘Attitudes and Perceptions’. The school had a team of medical staff from ‘Medics Against Violence’ who with Stewart McDonald (our Campus Cop) delivered a hard hitting and powerful presentation on violence reduction. Winners of Heartstart Quiz were: Abbie Devlin 3I1 and Sean Stafford 3M1 – both received a £30 Argos Voucher.
All pupils thoroughly enjoyed their day and were a credit to the school. Thank you to all who sponsored the event including SLC.
Ms Caulfield DHT
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