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City Learning Trust Awards

Congrats to all our award winners, the CLT awards demonstrate the huge efforts made by students and staff throughout the year. Thank you!
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Race for Life

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. Pi
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Trentham High School receives an award

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 sch
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Year 10 – KMF Young Engineer of The Year Competition

  Year 10 Trentham High School students sent something into space last week! As part of the Young Engineer of The Year competition run by KMF with the team from Sent into Space and our sponsors Advanced Pa
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Year 10 Exam Timetable

Y10 Exam Timetable 2016
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Trentham School share new public library

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. Th
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Year 11 GCSE Summer Exam Timetable

Summer 2016 Please find attached the Year 11 GCSE Summer Exam Timetable
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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
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GCSE POD

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
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The discovery of Thomas Becket’s body !

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 re