In the light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we have moved all of our residential programmes online, where we will deliver engaging and interactive academic content virtually, in keeping with current guidelines.
Every year, Trinity College runs a number of residential programmes for students and teachers, keen to explore their subject outside of school and experience what it would be like to study at a top university. Students stay in college accommodation, meet current students and have taster lectures, seminars and supervisions in a variety of subjects. They also have the opportunity to explore the city, and take part in a number of social activities during the week. The residentials are entirely free, including accommodation and all food, and funds are available to cover transport costs to and from Cambridge if necessary.
We are happy to announce that we have launched a new programme for Year 10 students in partnership with Target Oxbridge! Target Oxbridge is a free online programme that will provide Black African and Caribbean students, and mixed race students with Black heritage, the opportunity to gain an early insight into life at Cambridge and how to secure a Cambridge place.
The Easy As Pi – Women in Maths Masterclass Programme will open your eyes to the magic of Maths and it’s use in solving crucial problems in today’s world. Through a series of hands-on extra-curricular online workshops, students all over the UK will meet to explore the subject in innovative and interesting ways.
The event is designed to bring language learning to life, help build their confidence and make learning a language exciting for young people. We hope to encourage them to continue with their language learning beyond GCSE and to understand the importance of languages in a global context.
ClickCambridge is a new online programme for 2020/21, which aims to equip students with the information and skills needed to apply to selective universities. Trinity are directly involved in the delivery of the Year 10 programme for Black/mixed Black students.
The Litmus Creative Writing Project 2021 is an opportunity for year 9-11 students currently attending state school (or on a full scholarship to a fee-paying school) to submit a short piece of writing of under 500 words in poetry, prose or any other format (including artwork) based around a theme for publication.
In this its second year we’re following on from last year’s brilliant response to the prompt ‘in common’, which saw us receive hundreds of creative, original submissions from young people all over the UK, with a new prompt announced by Trinity artist in residence, acclaimed author Ali Smith (which you can discover below).
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