Congratulations to Kylah Collis who was nominated this week to share a hot chocolate with the Head of School for her outstanding effort and progress in all her subjects. Kylah is a real asset to our school community. Good luck with your dance competition on Sunday!
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Well done to Thalia Cleaver who was nominated this week to share a hot chocolate with the Head of School to celebrate her outstanding effort and progress in all her subjects. Will it be your turn next week?
Trafalgar School has teamed up with Admiral Lord Nelson School to offer a joint trip to The Gambia in 2018. This is a life-changing opportunity for students in years 8-10 to make a real difference to the lives of people less fortunate than themselves. If you are interested in this […]
With soloists, duets, backing singers and a full choir, Trafalgar students really made the school proud at Soundsational at The Guildhall. They shone as ambassadors with 40 members from year 7 to 11 with their smart uniforms, polite and respectful manner and support of other performers. Songs were sung from the Summer […]
Dear Parent Parking on school site – safeguarding our students In order to ensure students are able to enter or leave the school site safely we will be stopping the movement of any vehicle on site during the following times: 8.10am to 8.45am and 2.30pm to 3pm. The main drive […]
Joe Swindale, 15 from Trafalgar School is a motivated and determined young man who is branching out into the marine industry with great enthusiasm and a motivation to learn. He started out with Portsmouth Sailing Training Trust, who are based in the Historic Dockyard in Portsmouth and was chosen by […]
On Monday 27th February Trafalgar School took part in Rock Challenge at the Guildhall. Choreographed by our own students, their piece told the story of diversity and inclusion in a fun and thoughtful way. All of our dancers performed with confidence and enthusiasm and this was recognised by the judges […]
Huge congratulations go to one of our teams entered in this year’s Portsmouth Literature Quiz, which took place on Thursday 26th January, as they gloriously finished in joint second place. Abigail Matthews, Joshua Harfield, Jenny Haskell and Megan Wesson (all year eight students) were our winning team and are pictured […]
On Wednesday 8th February the timetable at Trafalgar School was suspended for the day and the whole school took part in a Personal Development Day. Part of our core curriculum offer now is that students in Years 7–11 will experience a number of these days during each academic year when […]
Early in February, Trafalgar received recognition from Arts Council England that we are well on our way to becoming an Artsmark School. We have outlined what we hope to achieve in the Arts through this year and what we have already done and the Arts Council have agreed that there […]