Trinity Parents, Carers and Stakeholder Evening

On Wednesday 12th June 2019, from 5.30 pm and 7.30pm, we are holding our first Trinity Parents, Carers and Stakeholders Evening. During the evening, there will be brief presentations in the theatre from our Academy Advisory Board member Captain Shaw, who is the Governor responsible for Community Cohesion, and from myself as Principal. We will be outlining the Academy’s commitment to raising educational standards, improving our communications with home and strengthening our partnership with parents and carers to better support, guide and educate our students. 

Following the brief theatre presentations, there will be an opportunity to meet other members of our leadership team and be involved in question and answer sessions in the form of Academy ‘surgeries’ where we will be giving parents and carers the chance to be involved in immersive discussions where we can answer questions that you may have around some of the key priorities of our improvement agenda. We will also be taking on board the views of parents and carers during the evening through a questionnaire to explore how we can better support each other. During the evening, both myself and Captain Shaw will circulate and be involved in the immersive discussions.

Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to meet informally, enjoy a coffee and slice of cake and be involved in some fun fund-raising activities in support of our nominated Trust charity, The Children’s Air Ambulance - a very worthy cause!

The interactive sessions being run will be as follows:




§  Hull Trinity House Academy and Our Place in the Community - Captain Shaw (AAB Member)


5:30pm – 5.45pm

§  We are Listening! Improving our Communications StrategyMr Graham Moffatt (Principal)


5.45pm to 6.00pm  

Table discussions led by the Academy’s Senior Leaders

 (please spend 20 minutes each in these immersive discussion groups).

There will be brief presentations followed by question and answer sessions.

§  Care, Support, Guidance and Behaviour, The Trinity Curriculum and the School Day  – Mr Nathan Goodman (Vice Principal and Strategic Lead for Maritime and Nautical Studies) supported by Mr Matthew Thomas (Assistant Principal - Deep Support)

TBC based on expected numbers

20 minutes

§  Focus on Teaching and Learning – the Trinity Lesson and how we make learning work - Ms Gillian Mills (Associate Vice Principal – Deep Learning) supported by Mrs Shauna Jordan (Assistant Principal – Deep Learning)

TBC based on expected numbers



§  Progress measures, Academy performance and how we track and monitor students - Mr Mark Newton (Assistant Principal)

TBC based on expected numbers

20 minutes

Talk to the team over coffee and cake and take part in our fund raising raffle

By the end of the evening we are hopeful that we will be able to give parents and carers a better understanding of the key priorities and strategies in our improvement agenda and our commitment to delivering on our Academy’s mission statement, namely, ‘Striving together to achieve excellence in everything that we do.’ and to ensure that we underline our commitment to taking on board your views as parents and carers.

In order to establish how many parents and carers intend to attend the evening, could you please indicate if you will be joining us on the 12th June 2019 by using the SchoolsComms booking system, instructions of which can be found attached.

We look forward to seeing you on the evening and thank you for your continued support.

Graham Moffatt


Please see the attached documentation for booking your place

Booking Guide for Event