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  • 13/03/23

    Child Exploitation Awareness Day

    Child Exploitation Awareness Day is March 18th. Child exploitation takes many forms, and any child or young person can be exploited – there is no stereotypical victim. We all need to: help prevent children becoming victims, be aware of the signs that a child might be being exploi...
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  • 23/12/22

    Whats on in the inner west?

    See 'What's on' this Spring Term...
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  • 14/12/22

    Children & Families and SEND Local Offer News

    See information on national and local organisations, services and activities for children and families in Newcastle:
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  • 04/07/22

    National Careers Service exam results and next steps webinars for parents and carers

    Throughout the summer, the National Careers Service is running a series of webinars for parents and carers of young people who are expecting their exam results this August.
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  • 04/05/22

    Northumbria Connect

    Sign up for Northumbria Connect to keep up to date with what the Police are doing about issues that may affect you. See letter from the Assistant Chief Constable for Northumbria Police and see the flyer attached to see how to sign up for Northumbria Connect.
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  • 04/04/22

    Skills For People Resources

    Skills for People have shared a range of resources to show the support that community based services can provide within the area:
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  • 01/04/22

    Parent Govenor Request

    Would you like to help Trinity Academy Newcastle be the best it can be?
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  • 07/02/22

    Northumbria Police | Safer Internet Day

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  • 12/10/21

    COVID-19 and Young People in England

    Read below the letter to parents/carers of secondary and college learners:
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  • 02/07/21

    Online Safety

    Parents & Carers have supported Trinity Academy Newcastle MAT so well throughout the pandemic and for those of our learners who have accessed online learning, your support has been greatly appreciated. To support our learners further, I bring to your attention the following information:
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  • 19/05/21

    County Lines

    “County lines is a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs into one or more importing areas within the UK, using dedicated mobile phone lines or other form of “deal line”. They are likely to exploit children and vulnerable adu...
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  • 24/08/20

    Post Exam Results 2020​​​​​​​

    The staff, learners and parents have worked hard together to ensure our learners continued their learning journey throughout the pandemic.
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