Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation

Advent Calendar Day 9 | Trinity Education

Day nine of our Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation Advent Calendar looks back on yet another successful year for our Trinity Education department.  

After 2020 saw the majority of schools shut due to Covid-19, 2021 brought about a new challenge for our education departments, with the Foundation looking to bounce back bigger and better. 

With that in mind, we introduced the Trinity Education department, looking to build on our existing programmes.  

After recent success with Outwood Grange Academies Trust, our School Sport Partnership grew even further in 2021, signing a new deal to keep our PE Specialists and our tailored curriculums in schools for the 2021/22 academic year. 

Furthermore, looking to build on our successes, the Foundation struck a new partnership with Waterton’s Normanton Junior Academy, working with both staff and students to upskill them in designated areas.  

With partnerships making our education department tick, 2021 also saw our long-standing relationship with Leeds United PL Primary Stars flourish, working with a variety of schools throughout the Wakefield district. 

Using the expertise of our experienced staff and the brand of Wakefield Trinity, we believe that the education our pupils receive is important for their development, something the Foundation’s Head of Education & NCS is extremely proud of.  

“2021 has been a year packed full of delivery, and expansion for us as a department,” Luke explained. 

“We have grown our SSP delivery, and introduced our all new, alternative provision program, with more expansion news coming in early 2022! “ 

For more information on our numerous education programmes, please email luke.shale@wakefieldtrinity.com. 

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