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Welcome to the Alumni pages of the school’s website. These pages are devoted to you, the former students and staff of Trinity School (formerly known as Whitgift Middle School until 1954). You can visit this area to find out about forthcoming events, view past events and photos, read the latest news and see how you can become involved in our community.
Keeping in touch with Trinity
If you have lost touch, why not reconnect with us and let us know what you are doing now? We would love to hear from you. Please complete the form here and we will keep you informed about reunions for your year group, other events and news from your old school.
Alternatively, you can email your details or ring the alumni office [see contact details below].
A vibrant network
We are growing a network of alumni who have all to gain from the experience of keeping in touch with Trinity School. Whether it is meeting up with old friends at functions, benefiting from valuable networking opportunities, reading about the careers and experiences of others or sharing past memories and photos, there is something for everyone.
We are always looking for speakers for our careers evenings and various lunchtime societies from MedSoc to our Literary Society. Please do get in touch if you would like to get involved.
Look out for your copy of In touch, a publication for alumni, former staff and friends of the School. If you have not received your copy, it is likely we do not have your current postal address, so please contact us and we will send it out to you.
Did you know there used to be a School Song? Our Assistant Director of Music, Gillian Kitchen, recorded it with our Lower Sixth early one Monday morning! Here is a link to a recording in an mp3 format, and here is a wav file. The words can be found here.
Interviews with alumni
Marcus Warrilow, now a fifth year student, interviewed six alumni who experienced life at the old school site in North End Croydon and here at Shirley Park. The School moved to Shirley Park in 1965 to make way for the Whitgift Centre. You can view transcripts of their interviews by clicking on their names below:
Mrs Melodie Johnson, Head of Alumni Relations
email: email@example.com direct line 020 8662 5159 or via main school telephone number 020 8656 9541 ext 261