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We offer a diverse and flexible programme of outreach events for schools, teachers and parents in our link regions, including outbound visits into schools and welcoming school groups to the college.
We offer a combination of online and in-person outreach events and activities, which offer students an opportunity to get a flavour of life at Trinity College and the University, and to explore academic interests in new ways. We welcome opportunities for the Trinity Access Team to work with pupils and teachers in their own school and are always delighted to help arrange for your pupils to visit Trinity College.
The Trinity College Access Team offers university information and guidance sessions in school, in all three of our link regions. Our access team run sessions for pupils in YR4-13 each lasting about an hour. Sessions can be adapted to suit the needs of each group, which can be discussed at the time of booking. We also offer Oxplore (critical thinking skills) workshops for secondary school pupils. Contact us to book a visit on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Access team also facilitate visits into Trinity College for all year groups in both primary and secondary state schools. These visit days include, meeting current undergraduates, learning about life at university, a tour of the college, an Oxplore session or a trip to one of our museums for a taught session.
We work with schools in our link regions to deliver both sessions in Oxford and visits to schools across Oxfordshire / Milton Keynes and the Northeast.
We run a range of stand-alone events throughout the year for students in the North East, both as a college and in partnership with others; read more about them here.
We run a number of stand alone events throughout the year that Oxfordshire and Milton Keynes state school students can get involved in.
Supporting the work of teachers is an important part of our access provision; we provide a range of support and resources for teachers from specific support for applications to continuing professional development for teachers. We can also signpost you to valuable resources provided by others.
When it comes to deciding the next steps after school, everyone benefits from the support of the family and friends who know them best. Find out more about our support for parents and carers here.
Our outreach team don’t work on their own; we are part of a network of committed staff delivering programmes across the university that you may be interested in.