Category Archives: HTA News

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£2k raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust

Two non-uniform ‘Mufti’ days and a sponsored Fun Run, where students were able to chose outrageous outfits for the staff to wear, raised an amazing £2,000 in total which we are delighted to have donated to the @TeenageCancerTrust to help them continue their life-changing care. A very well done to all our students for their […]

Outstanding Bebras Results

Bebras, an international initiative aimed at promoting Computer Science and computational thinking among students of all ages, ran a competition consisting of very challenging puzzles set across different age ranges.  Supported by Google and Oxford University, this increasingly popular contest attracted almost 200,000 students across the UK, along with more from 40 other countries.  Thirteen […]

Zambian Missionary supported by HTA Students

Students at HTA raised and donated over £740 to help fund missionary work in Zambia. Chairs of Governors, Mark Anderson and his wife Kate travelled to Zambia in the summer where they worked on Our Lady of the Rosary Mission in the remote bush village of Nabwalya, in the north-eastern part of the country.  The […]

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HTA supporting Work Experience initiative

The Education Business Links department within Telford and Wrekin Council hosted a conference on 21st November, inviting staff from schools across Shropshire to promote the effective delivery of work experience. Holy Trinity Academy is recognised for its excellence, especially in the use of current students as relatable role models and is praised for its innovative […]

Successful Fundraising Supporting Chosen Charities

In the last academic year and particularly during the Spring and Summer terms, students at Holy Trinity Academy set out to raise much needed funds for their House charities. Severn Hospice, The Brain Tumour Charity (in memory of John Lote), the World Wildlife Fund and Make A Wish UK were the charities chosen by each […]

Art to Provoke the Soul – ‘Loving Hurting Dreaming’

Three emotive pieces of art are on display within our school that have been created by the artist Jake Lever and kindly loaned to us by the Diocese of Lichfield. The three pieces, collectively referred to as a triptych, are called ‘Loving, Hurting, Dreaming’ and depict(i) the rings of an ancient tree(ii) a dark contorted […]