International Study Trips
Promoting autonomy, global awareness, culture, sport, socio-emotional skills, collaborative work and project based learning.
Bell Young Learners Programme
The Leys, Cambridge
The students are enrolled in different lessons focused on the preparation of the GESE (Trinity’s Graded Examination in Spoken English). They work in English classes through project-based learning, collaboratively, based on topics of interest. Focus is placed on preparing to take the final GESE exam where oral skills and understanding of the English language are assessed. They also have elective activities related to sports, art, journalism, debate among others. The experience of living and sharing with students of other nationalities allows to know different cultures and generate new friends.
Institutional Study Trip
For 2 weeks, they visit different cities and participate in two hockey and rugby matches. It is a unique opportunity to experience in the land of Shakespeare, everything learnt at school and to meet UK students through sports matches.
As a Passionist school, visiting the Shrine of Mother Mary Joseph (Elizabeth Prout), in St. Helens, takes us to the origins of the foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Cross and Passion to learn about the beginning of the charism that identifies us Institutionally.
Sharing this trip strengthens bonds of friendship that will last a lifetime.