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Our outreach team are part of a community of more than 60 committed outreach staff working across the University of Oxford.
Our outreach team work collaboratively with our academics, students and staff across the university to support pupils and prospective applicants. And our work isn’t limited to encouraging those that might apply to Trinity College – we want to support aspiration and achievement however we can.
Each college or consortium of colleges are linked to a region in the UK, and the schools in the region have a named point of contact, from whom they can request information, a visit or just get some advice on applying to Oxford. Trinity's link regions are Oxfordshire and the North East.
Trinity College is linked with schools in Oxfordshire & Milton Keynes and those in the Northeast of England in Cleveland, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Stockton on Tees in the Northeast.
We also work in partnership with St Anne's College and Christ Church as members of the Oxford for Northeast consortium to support prospective applicants, teachers and parents across the Northeast of England.
Our Oxford for Oxford site is coming soon and will be a comprehensive information hub for Oxford schools, families and communities.
The Access Team at Trinity College prioritise outreach engagement with schools on the basis of specific needs related to lower rates of progression to higher education, to the Russell Group universities and to the University of Oxford. We also prioritise engagement with under-represented and disadvantaged groups of students. If you or your school do not fall into these categories there is still plenty of advice and support available to you and your students here on our website pages and the central Oxford University website. You are most welcome to contact us directly for more guidance on how to access that support.
Hannanh is Head of Access based at Trinity College, Oxford, and leads the development and delivery of the College’s access programme. A former classroom teacher and Deputy Head of Sixth Form, she is passionate about increasing teacher and parent/carer engagement in our outreach work.
Richard is Northeast Teacher Engagement and Access Officer based full time in the Northeast and can support teachers and pupils with visits throughout the year. Richard is a former headteacher and Head of Sixth Form and can also advise on the careers education programme for schools.
Chris is Oxford & Milton Keynes Access Officer. He is based at Trinity College, Oxford and can pick up general enquiries related to any aspect of college outreach programmes and can support teachers and pupils with visits throughout the year.