A group of secondary school students chats as they walk around Trinity College.

Schools and Outreach


Trinity Outreach

Making an Impact

Our impact report evaluating our outreach activities for 2021-2022 has been published! It outlines the range of activities and support we have offered students, teachers and parents/carers and the feedback and outcomes for those taking part. During 2021-22, we continued the College’s positive trajectory toward our long-term aim of achieving a more representative undergraduate community. We are proud of all the progress we have made in our work and are determined to continue toward our aim to become a diverse and widely representative community, in which students of all backgrounds feel equally valued, supported and able to flourish. You can download the report for our overall work as a college, download the Impact report for Oxford for North East which we support along with St Anne's College and Christ Church, and read our brochure showing the range of support on offer from Trinity.

Our Access

Activities and Priorities

Work in our Link Regions

To simplify communication between UK schools and the University, every school in the country is linked with an Oxford college. This not only allows Oxford to get to know schools and colleges in specific regions better, but also gives them a more personal and direct way of staying in touch with the University.

We run an active schools & outreach programme working with schools, students and teachers Oxfordshire & Milton Keynes and those in the North East of England in Cleveland, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Stockton on Tees in the North East. We also work in partnership with St Anne's College and Christ Church as members of the Oxford for North East consortium to support schools and prospective applicants across the North East of England.

Our Access Priorities

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.