Please take a look at www.staffordshirespace.uk they offer activities in children’s centres, activities provided by the Youth Team and also street games and SPACE. For further information on (bookings can be made online.)
On Friday 1st July, the Year 10 Product Design students were offered an exciting opportunity to visit Envisage for their 40th anniversary celebrations. Envisage is a company based in Basford who specialise in the design and fabrication of exhibition stands for many leading brands. Rob Edwards, Strategy Director show
On Thursday 7th July, Trentham High School held their annual Presentation Evening, in recognition of the hard work, excellent attitude to learning and dedication that the students have demonstrated this year. Students were awarded their certificate by Chief Executive of the City Learning Trust, Carl Ward. Congratulatio
On Friday 8th July, Year 10 Product Design students went to visit Cadbury’s World where they took part in interactive activities regarding production techniques, packaging of products, quality assurance and quality control, as well as product development. Students developed their knowledge of industrial systems and w
Best Photo Retrieved! Trentham High School are proud to have won the Best Photo Retrieved Award at the KMF Young Engineer of the Year 2016 awards ceremony held at the King’s Hall in Stoke. The 23 photos entered from schools across Stoke and Staffordshire were judged by Andrew Eeley, photographer and owner of Th
Uniform Orders During The Summer Break Dear Trentham High School With less than 1 week to go to the summer holidays, to enable us to fulfil parent orders in time for the first day back, please… “School Uniform Update – Order your school uniform at schooltrends.co.uk by 9th August to give us enough ti
We are sure that most of you are aware of the craze for the game ‘Pokemon Go’. The NSPCC have published a guide for parents wanting to ensure that their children play the game safely. It can be found at: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/pokemon-go-parents-guide/
Bloodiest day of World War One remembered 100 years on at Trentham memorial. Early on Friday morning, July 1st, Trentham High School students, staff and members of the community held a service to remember the fallen at the Battle of the Somme on the 100th anniversary of the bloodiest day in British military history.
30 of our Year 10 GCSE PE students took part in a PE taster day at Stoke 6th Form College on Friday 1st July. The day consisted of an anatomy & physiology classroom session & a badminton/volleyball practical session. Thank you Stoke 6th Form College for a great day!
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is a series of women-only events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer. Staff from Trentham High School embraced the occasion and took up the challenge. Pictured below are the staff who took part at the 5k even which was held at Trentham Gardens. At present [&helli
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
PLANS for a new £380,000 library for pupils and members of the public have been unveiled. Stoke-on-Trent City Council is working with Trentham High School on the proposals for the community learning centre. The facility would be built on the school grounds in Allerton Road, close to the former Trentham Library in Tren
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
On Monday 14th March all students in Year 7 took part in CSI Trentham. At the discovery of Archbishop Thomas Becket’s body in the main hall the students then followed a murder mystery to establish who was responsible for his death.
Trentham High School Presents Annie Success Another fantastic production came to a close on Friday evening. With the cast having already performed a matinee and two evening performances to sell out audiences on Wednesday and Thursday, energy levels were still high as the show came to an end. Well done to all the cast
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
Monday 11th January saw 30 Primary School Hi 5 Netball teams compete in two competitions at Fenton Manor. North Stoke schools competed in the morning whilst the south competed in the afternoon. With over 250 competitors each event was umpired by 20 Young Netball officials from across Stoke. Five of these officials we
This week during assembly, students from Year 7 – 10 who have achieved the highest Attitude to Learning (A2L) scores, were rewarded with special A2L school ties. The ties, which display an embroidered gold star, represent the students’ hard work, perseverance and dedication in all aspects of school life.
Trentham Community Sports Centre goes from Strength to Strength
Trentham Community Sports Centre goes from strength to strength. The Community Sports Centre based at Trentham High School is now a thriving base for a wide range of sporting activities. 15 local Primary and High Schools use the swimming pool each week equating to a very large number of children being tau
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
Michael had a fantastic opportunity two weeks ago where he was invited to go to Slovakia to meet the manufacturers of his new boat a Vajda Salto. He was collected with one of his sponsors at the airport and then taken to Vajda, given a tour of the factory and then had his boat […]
PRESS RELEASE – 16th OCTOBER 2015 Trentham High School were today celebrating good news in the Department for Education league tables. Since headteacher Dr Blencowe was appointed, the school has been on a mission to drive up standards and this is reflected in vastly improved results. Since 2013, the school has be
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