The First Sunday of Advent marks the development of the new online presence for Trinity Catholic High School in Woodford, including the launch of its new website www.tchs.org.uk and social media platforms across Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @TCHSWoodford.
Assistant headteacher Liam Connolly said: “In the Year of Covid, the need to be able to effectively communicate with each other and disseminate information, became more apparent. The reality being that the majority of society now communicate online and utilise social media, and therefore, as an outstanding school always seeking to engage with and inspire our students and community, it is vital that we are able develop dynamic ways in which to do so.”
Work began on the project in September 2020, with a review of how information was shared and communicated with key partnerships outside of school. “We went on to explore new and innovative ways to raise awareness of what the school has to offer,” he said.
He said the school, which has been led by Dr Paul Doherty OBE for almost 40 years, “has provided outstanding Catholic education for generations and continues to grow from strength to strength. It was judged ‘Outstanding’ in all areas in the last five Ofsted Inspections, achieving outstanding academic results whilst affirming, inspiring and nurturing young men and women to contribute to society and the Common Good.”
Mr Connolly, who is also Director of RE & Religious Life at the school, added: “Our new website and social media platforms will share information with parents, students, parishes and members of the community, highlighting the incredible work done at Trinity. It will help us live out our mission and vision to inspire and guide our community in the New Evangelisation. Our motto ‘In Christo Florebimus’ – ‘In Christ we shall Flourish’ – encapsulates our ethos.”