Miss Boorman and Mr Munnery ran a Sixth Form-wide event this week in aid of promoting good mental health and practice. The idea was born out of the Samaritans initiative to turn ‘Blue Monday’ into ‘Brew Monday’.
Miss Boorman explains: “This was not an event to raise money, but rather an opportunity to encourage our students to forge a connection and take a moment in their busy days to spend time together. Students and tutors were invited to have a brew and reach out, talk to each other, and maybe listen to some music as a group. Some groups got involved in Trinity’s own version of ‘Desert Island Discs’ whereby students shared a song that means something to them.”
Ms Geldeard adds: “It was lovely to see everyone taking a moment out of what can be such busy days to share with others. It was a reminder of the warmth and friendliness of our Sixth Form community – laughing and enjoying each other’s company – even early in the morning!”
"It was a reminder of the warmth and friendliness of our Sixth Form community."
Ms Geldeard, Deputy Head and Head of Sixth Form
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