The school have a variety of clubs that children are encouraged to participate in. The majority of these clubs have a sporting theme and are suitable for all levels and abilities.
Currently there are clubs that are that are both all age and primary/secondary specific. School has introduced after school clubs that are open for pupils with special educational needs who are not currently on our school roll. Please enquire for further details and availability.
Please click on the link below to view responses to a parental survey of after school sports club provision.
Cricket Club (Summer Term)
This club is open to Primary and Secondary aged pupils. Pupils are taught by Sunderland Football Club Coaches and School staff developing their skills in football.
Cheesy Waffle Club – Mid Durham Projects Club
Staff from Durham County Council Positive Activities Team – Mid Durham Projects Club have worked with young people who have special needs for over 20 years.
We offer a caring, supportive and safe place for young people to meet with their friends to have fun and take part in different acivities.
Please click here to view more information on the Cheesey Waffle Club and the Mid Durham Projects Clubs
This club is open to Primary aged pupils only. This club offers mutli skills which includes Dance, Trampolining, Fitness and mini games to include new age kurling.
Multi Skills Club
This club is open to Primary and Secondary aged pupils. Activities include Indoor Bowling at Abbey Indoor Bowling Centre in the Autumn Term. Activities revolve around Dance, Fitness, Trampolining, Table Tennis, Frisbee, Cricket and Rounders.
SAQ training sessions, October, 2016
SAQ stands for speed, agility and speed, (quickness) which are the basic fundamentals for athletic performance. SAQ training consists of short intense drills that involve quick acceleration and deceleration while moving backward, forward and side to side. SAQ training improves balance, fitness, response time and general physical ability. It also improves spatial awareness and reinforces the connection between the body’s muscles and brain.
Indoor Bowling at Abbey Indoor Bowling Club Spring Term 2017
26 pupils as part of Wednesday s after school provision have attended Abbey Indoor Bowling Centre. Pupils have thoroughly enjoyed their experience, gained in skills and attended a Community based club.
After School Multi Skills Club
This is open to both primary and secondary aged pupils. The club splits into 2 clubs, forming a more competitive and less competitive atmosphere.
Water Sports Hub Club
Durham Trinity School & Sports College water sports hub club now runs in conjunction with Durham University. For further details on this club please contact the school or Team Durham on 0191 3342168 contact D. Cairns