Extra–curricular Activities

Trinity High School offers a broad and exciting range of extra-curricular activities which can contribute a great deal to your child’s development, enjoyment and understanding.  They can also contribute to a child’s enjoyment and form the foundation for interests continued outside school or built on in later life.  Everyone has the opportunity to take part in clubs and activities that interest them.

Extra Curricular Program

Music

  • Young Performer of the Year – Junior and Senior
  • Various Community Performances/Rehearsals
  • Scottish Music Group / Ceilidh Band
  • South Lanarkshire Performance Showcase Events
  • Annual School Show
  • Christmas Pantomime
  • Lunchtime Practice Groups – Range of drop-in sessions
  • Senior Vocal Ensemble
  • Junior Voices; Intermediate Ensemble; Senior Ensemble
  • Wind Band
  • Jazz Band
  • Guitar and Song-Writing Club

Physical Education

  • Football (BU13, BU14, BU15, BU16, BU18, GU15, G7s
  • Gymnastics
  • Trampolining
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Athletics: Cross-country
  • Dance
  • Sports Leaders’ Activities (organising tournaments)
  • Athletics – Training
  • Football Coaching
  • S1-S6 Boys Football teams
  • Girls Football
  • Netball
  • Volleyball
  • Cheerleading
  • Table Tennis
  • Rugby
  • Five-A-Sides
  • Futsal
  • Lunchtime Activities

Drama

  • Lunchtime Club
  • Theatre Visits
  • Young Performer of the Year – Junior;Senior
  • Performing Arts Trip to London
  • Christmas Pantomime
  • Summer Show
  • Drama Showcase Events

Supported Study

Clubs

  • Community Work – Performances in Town Centres and Care Homes
  • Eco Group
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award – Bronze and Silver

Support for Learning

  •  S1-S4 Homework Club
  • Mentoring Group – S6 group for Paired Reading project

Trips

  • London – two trips
  • Performing Arts Trip to London
  • Geography Field Trips – Dynamic Earth and Glasgow City
  • Trip to Barcelona
  • Science Centre and Science Trips
  • Visit to Auschwitz
  • RE Retreats
  • Career Fair Visits
  • Premier Experience Trip to Ethihad Stadium

Religious Education

  • Mass Club
  • Servant Leadership
  • Day Retreats
  • Fund Raising for SCIAF Charity Work/Various Activities
  • Caritas Activities including Fundraising, Supporting others, working with pupils with additional needs; Jigsaw After School Care; St Bride’s Lunch Club; Children’s Liturgy; Liturgy Support and so on
  • SSVP Leadership Group (Work for Ozanam Centre, Annual Food Bank Appeal)
  • Talented Fundraisers Group

Art Department

  • The Art Dept runs an open door policy for its young artists. Some come along and take part in competitions, some work on class work and others create their own unique pieces.
  • Enterprise Art Club

Science Department

  • S1 Science Club
  • S1 Science Centre visit
  • S2 Cosmetics Club
  • Science Trips (various year groups, eg, Edinburgh, Science Centre)
  • S6 University visits
  • Go4SET
  • Nuffield Science Bursary
  • Crest Awards
  • Lunchtime Supported Study
  • “Scrub up in Science” competitions
  • SCQF Bee-Keeping (including visits to nurseries, schools, honey factory etc)

Discos

  • S1-S6 year groups enjoy discos and all pupils are welcome to attend – provided their general behaviour is satisfactory and they regularly wear school uniform.

Home Economics

  • Great Trinity Bake-Off
  • Scrumptious Study
  • Various practical activities with parents/guardians (Dad Does Dinner)
  • Enterprising Activities(e.g. for Christmas Fayre)
  • Fund Raising Activities

Modern Studies Department

  • Trips to Scottish Parliament
  • Lunchtime drop-in for homework

History Department

  • Educational Visit to the Mitchell Library
  • Lunchtime drop-in
  • Bannock and Stirling Castle

Geography Department

  • Trips to Glasgow and Calderglen

Maths Department

  • Enterprising Maths
  • UK Maths Challenge (Junior and Intermediate)
  • Numeracy Week Activities
  • Golf Competitions

Business Ed/Computing

  • Young Enterprise Group
  • Digital Explorers Trip
  • Lunch Time and After School Drop-in
  • Digital Leaders Coding Club for S1 to S3
  • CyberUK Conference
  • Cyber Discovery Programme
  • CyberFirst Girls Competition for S2

English Department

  • Literacy Leaders
  • John Walker Competition
  • Public Speaking Competitions
  • Writing Competitions
  • ‘Real Guide to Trinity’ Group
  • Trinity Book Club
  • Homework Club
  • The Trinity Gazette (for Nosey Newshounds)
  • Paired Reading Programme
  • Camglen Radio Activities
  • Author Visits

Modern Languages Dept

  • Access to computer for printing off Modern Languages work
  • Homework assistance at lunchtime and after school
  • Staff available to help with matters relating to Modern Languages
  • Drop-in session to record practical speaking
  • Biannual trip to Spain
  • Cinema Trips (S1, S4 & Higher)
  • Modern Languages Ambassadors Group (S1 Modern Languages Club)
  • S4 Tapas Trip
  • European Day of Languages
  • Tapas Making Day
  • Promotion of Modern Languages for Life and Work (Hampden Park, Tourist Office etc)

Duke of Edinburgh

  • Bronze and Silver Award – Between 40 – 60 pupils enrolled on courses

Senior Students

  • Senior school students have the opportunity to apply for the position of School Captain, House Captain, Enterprise Captain, Communication Captain, Performing Arts Captain, STEM Captain, Sports Captain and School Prefect. These positions offer students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and qualities through participating in a range of whole school activities. All students have the opportunity to become involved in a wide range of whole school committees such as Prom, Yearbook, Enterprise, Uniform, Publicity, Fundraising etc.

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