With the commencement of out new school build in May 2023, Holy Trinity College is setting out on the biggest, most significant and far-reaching project in its history – providing staff with the tools and the setting to revolutionise education for the growing local community.
This ambitious project will create a campus that delivers for pupils, parents and teachers as well as the wider business community in the
Plans for a £34m state-of-the-art campus were unveiled in 2018 including:
• Flexible and personalised learning spaces
• Digital classrooms and vocational training
• Dedicated bus & service vehicle entrance / exit
• Full-size Gaelic Football synthetic pitch
• 2 x Multi-use games areas / handball /
• Fitness and Conditioning Suite • Subject cutting-edge facilities & technology
• Lecture theatre
• Multi-purpose halls
• Integrated Canteen & 6th Form Grab ‘n’Go Cafe
Delivering a campus that:
• Is open to the wider community
• Offers hands-on training workshops to prepare pupils for employment
• Facilitates employer partnership initiatives
• Maintains and exceeds its current sports offering
• Inspires everyone in it, constantly innovates and excels in everything it does
L-R Sean-Paul Wylie (TES) Isabel Russell (Principal) Adrian McCreesh (Mid-Ulster Council) Seamus McAleer (McAleer&Rushe) Delma McAleer (Secretary) Adrian Scullin (LCC Group) Peter Canavan (Foundation Director) Mick McGuckin (Chairman) Brian McCracken (BA Components) Laura Hagan (Tobin Centre) Paula Wilson (Glenavon House Hotel) Dominic Crilly (Steelweld), Martin MCGirr (Foundation Director, Assistant).
Mainstream education budgets will only take us so far on the journey.
The Holy Trinity College Foundation, comprised of local business and community leaders, has been set up to drive forward this exciting masterplan via a structured fundraising programme.
All of which is underpinned by our ethos of ‘realising potential’ – not just that which lies in our pupils but in their parents, the College itself and our teaching staff, local business owners as well as the core industries on which our community is built. The Holy Trinity College Foundation is a registered charity and is set up so that every penny raised will go direct to Holy Trinity College. There, it will be under the proper and fully-audited control of the College Board of Governors, and our Foundation Trustees who will guide and oversee our work and the allocation of funds.