At Durham Trinity School & Sports College we believe that where possible and appropriate our pupils should be able to access competitive sporting activities. This may come in the form of taking part in football tournaments, athletics, cross country, Boccia and a host of other activities. We have had success in both county and national level competitions in the past year and we will be aiming for the same again this year.
In this section you will be able to see what competitions our pupils have been taking part in, a gallery showing them in action and any results.
If you are looking for School Games activities please click here to be redirected to the School Games section of our website.
Lord Tavernors – Durham County Qualifier
School competed in this county qualifier to progress to the regional event in March 2017. Trinity teams finished 1st, 2nd and 3rd to progress through. Well done boys.
National Athletics Finals, Warwick July 2017
Four pupils representing Durham Trinity School & Sports College and the North East team travelled to Warwick to compete at National Finals. All four pupils performed outstandingly well and are a credit to themselves, their school and their County.
Durham Dash June 2017
A year 4 pupil took part in this years Durham Dash Athletics event. This comprises of a competitive race from the market place up to Palace Green with athletic field events taking place on Palace Green.
North East Athletic Qualifiers May 2017
Athletes attended this North East qualifier. Our hope is that our Athletes are selected to represent the North East Team in national finalsin Warwick weekend of July 1st.
Inter-School Cross Country May 2017
Durham Trinity School & Sports College ran their annual Inter_School cross country event at Preston Park Stockton. It was well attended by County schools, Some pleasing performances from Trinity Athletes and the Key Stage 2 girls team won.
Inter-School Table Tennis Competition April 2017
Five schools took part in this trial event. Future work will involve if this competition can transition into School Games Formats.
Regional Panathlon Finals May 2017
Three schools attended the regional final ran by Durham Trinity School & Sports College and Panathlon UK The winners were King James Academy, Runners up Durham Trinity School & Sports College and third place The Oaks.
Next academic year the winner of this regional final can access the national competition.
PMLD Panathlon March 2017
Five schools took part in this competition that focused on pupils with a physical difficulty. We did this event for the first time and are happy to report that it was a huge success and next academic year we are looking to put it into the school games.
Primary Panathlon in the Tees Valley February 2017
A group of Key Stage 2 pupils attended a primary based Panathlon, Trinity finished in 2nd place only missing out on winning by 3 points.
Heathcoat North East Boccia Qualifiers March 2017
Congratulations to three pupils who represented school in the Heathcoat Cup.
Two pupils finished in 2nd place and have qualified for National Finals in Hatfield, Hertfordshire on April 28th.
One pupil finished 3rd, all three pupils were awarded medals, amazing performances from all three pupils.
Key Stage 4 Rowing Event
Three Schools attended this event, Durham Trinity School & Sports College finished in second place.
Key Stage 3 Rowing Competition January 2017
Three schools attended this competition, Durham Trinitty School & Sports College key stage 3 boys finished in 2nd place.
Thanks go to Bethany Yates from Durham School for her support in this event.
National Athletics Finals Warwick July 2016
Some phenomenal performances in Warwick this year, an amazing total of medals for Durham Trinity School and Sports College athletes and well done North East , we won!
Panathlon operates a standard model and is open to young people with a range of physical impairments, including deaf, hearing impaired and visually impaired children, as well as those with severe and complex learning difficulties.
A regular multi-sport competition sees four teams compete over six rounds, featuring the following sports:
* Table cricket
* New age kurling
* Athletics field events: javelin, shot putt, long jump, wheelchair slalom & precision beanbag throw
* Athletics races: wheelchair manual and powered, lower leg impairment and ambulant
– See more on the Panathlon Website
North East Athletics Qualifiers May 2016
Pupils attended athletic qualifiers at Gateshead Stadium to try and gain qualifying times and distances to attend National Finals in Warwick in July. Pupils performed extremely well and their were some very pleasing and promising results. We await confirmed results.
Inter School Cross Country March 2016
Pupils took part in the Inter School Cross Country Event at Preston Park, Stockton. There were some good performances on a very muddy course. A year 6 pupil won the key stage 2 boys event and there were some good performances all round.
Indoor Inter School Key Stage 4 Rowing Competition
Pupils from four schools including pupils from Durham Trinity School & Sports College recently competed in the Indoor Inter School Key Stage 4 Rowing Competition and finished in third place. Below are some pictures of our pupils competing.
Key Stage 3 Rowing Competition
Durham Trinity School & Sports College took part in a Key Stage 3 Rowing competition and finished equal first on team points and 2nd in the relay eventually finishing 2nd overall in the competition. Pictures can been seen in the slider above.
Heath Coat Cup in Boccia Regional Finals February 2016
Three pupils took part in this regional event aiming to secure a place at national finals. Two pupils won their group to secure a place in the semi finals, one pupil went on to finish runner up to secure their selection in national finals. All pupils performed at a very high level and congratulations to all three.
North East Qualifier in Boccia February 2016
Two teams from Durham Trinity School & Sports College competed at this regional qualifier. Very pleasing results all around. One team finished as winners and have qualified to represent the North East region at English Schools National Finals in May 2016 in Sheffield. Our other team finished runners up.