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Trinity Head of Access Hannah Rolley gestures during a visit with school students.

Outreach Visits

With Schools

School Enrichment Visits

At Trinity College

Once restrictions are lifted, during term, we run visit days on a Tuesday or Wednesday each week to enable primary and secondary school students to come and experience university life and Trinity College. We welcome enquiries from teachers and individual students for a visit of any year group and time of year though generally, we prioritise Years 11 and 12 in Autumn Term, Years 12 and 10 in Spring Term and Years 9 and below in Summer Term. 

While we appreciate that it may be difficult for Northeast schools or individual students to travel down for one of these, we would absolutely welcome you if you are able to organise such a trip. Please get in touch if this interests you; we will try to accommodate your school group/ you in college overnight free of charge to make this visit easier.

Types of Visit Days

Visit days are designed to give pupils a taste of undergraduate life at the University of Oxford and can be adapted for all year groups. There is no charge for these days.

The Access team are very happy to adapt and or extend College visit days to meet the needs of any particular group of pupils, so please do get in touch to discuss in more detail. If distance or other significant barriers prevent bringing groups of pupils to the College, please get in touch to discuss what support we may be able to offer overcome these.
To book a visit day please email access.officer@trinity.ox.ac.uk

There are two types of visit days you can book in for at Trinity.

Outbound Visits

North East and Oxfordshire/Milton Keynes Schools

We work with both pupils and teachers in their schools in the Northeast as well as in Oxfordshire / Milton Keynes throughout the year and can offer a variety of free programmes tailored to particular year groups or interests. 

If you would like to arrange for a visit to your school (either in-person or remotely) please contact Richard (NE Teacher Engagement and Access Officer) for Northeast visits, or Chris (Access Officer) for Oxfordshire and Milton Keynes visits.

Talks and Support in Your School

We offer a wide range of outreach activities for schools and colleges, teachers and students in both our link areas. We also work very closely with our partners in the Oxford for North East Consortium – Christ Church, Lincoln, and St Anne’s Colleges – with joint delivery across the wider North East region, and collaboration on projects in parts of the region. Our partners at St Anne’s College have a particular focus on the six local authorities in the north of the region – Gateshead, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland – and can be contacted at outreach@st-annes.ox.ac.uk.

There are a number of options you can book for your school. These sessions are quite flexible and can be adjusted depending on the needs of your students and school. Please get in touch if you have any questions about the aims of each session.