Lottie Nutt (year 8) entered the city centre management and Stoke-on-Trent Libraries ‘Design A Christmas Card’ competition and won in the 12-16 age group category. The Lord Mayor has chosen her card as his official Christmas card, which he will be sending out to all the other Lord Mayors in the UK.
Trentham High Students compete in the County Rugby Tournament !
Three of our Year 10 Griffin students Elijah Stone, James Nightingale and Ben Gibson, took part in the county U15’s rugby match against Lancashire County last night at Firwood Waterloo rugby club. We are extremely proud of them as a school and they have been awarded their Staffordshire County ties that
As we commemorated the start of the Battle of the Somme on July 1st we will also commemorate the end of the Battle of 18th November. After 141 days of fighting 419,654 British and Commonwealth soldiers were killed, missing or severely wounded. We will be holding Sunset on the Somme at the Trentham War Memorial [&hellip
Progress 8 is a new measure of school performance. It replaces the previous measure of 5A*-C including English and maths, and shows how well pupils of all abilities have progressed, compared to pupils with similar academic starting points in other schools. Take a look at this video which explains it in more detail.
Super Curricular Activities At Trentham High School we aim to deliver a number of opportunities to provide stretch and challenge for our higher attaining students. We have a group of Lead Learners who are invited to participate in a variety of super-curricula
Four or our Y9 students worked with the local community World War One Project to create a video Heritage Tour of Trentham. It was made to show to about 400 people this weekend who found it very educational. This is the link to Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uu_4sC4d6RM&feature=youtu.be
Trentham High School GCSE Results 2016 Results at Trentham continue to follow an improving trend. For the third year running, students have improved both in terms of attainment and overall progress. There is a significant improvement in the highest grades obtained; nationally, the number of A* and A grades has fallen t
Trentham High School receives an award for E-Safety Assessors from the South West Grid for Learning recently visited Trentham High School to review the school’s e-safety provision. The Assessors met school staff, parents and carers, Governors and students and were pleased to find that the school provides a high
It is all about Progress – What does my Child’s Progress Report Mean ?
The report includes information on your child’s targets as well as their current expected grade at the end of Year 11. Targets are calculated based on a student’s performance at Key Stage 2 and are realistic but include challenge and are reviewed regularly. This will show as gold on the report if it has bee
GCSE Pod GCSE Pod is a source of free exam revision content to support our students in preparation for their GCSE exams. Student’s subjects and units are broken down into small videos a couple of minutes long and students can use these videos to review the content and ideas that they have studied in lessons, [&hellip
The KMF Young Engineer of the Year 2016 team had a brilliant experience at Britannia Stadium in preparation for the launch in May where we will send our payload and weather balloon into space. Our Year 10 Product Designers… – worked with experts from Sent into Space who provided feedback about our payload s
On Monday 14th March, Trentham eLearning Manager Mr Bunyan worked with classes from The Priory CE Primary Academy to create iBooks using iPads. This was part of the school’s ongoing commitment to raising aspiration with technology through the Apple Regional Training Centre. ‘The Year 4 children were hugely
On Thursday 25th February Year Nine’s watched a performance that was called “Love Hurts”. This performance was based on a sensitive issue to do with relationships. However, it was performed and explained well; this then allowed Year 9 to understand the importance if healthy relationships and where hel
Year 10 Mathematics Trip to Warwick University On the 30th November, 12 students from 10XMa1 travelled to Warwick University to listen to 5 people who were going to talk about different elements of mathematics to us. The five different speakers spoke to us about all sorts of things, some being very confusing! The firs
Well done to Year 10 students who took part in a STEM Challenge on our recent SPARK day. Nigel from Young Engineers challenged students to design a vehicle that would firstly move across the water smoothly by propellors and then allow for a remotely operated vehicle to be hoisted into and out of the water with minima
Introducing our New Messaging & Payment Service ‘School Gateway’
Dear Parents We’re making communication easier, faster and more effective I’m pleased to advise that we’ve introduced a new service – ‘School Gateway’. This means that we can share information with parents more quickly via email, text, online and smartphone app. It will also save parents –
At Trentham we aim to provide the very best education for the young people who pass through the school. All staff are fully committed to working in partnership with parents/carers to support the students to realise this aim and develop the skills that they will need for life long learning and to become active citizens