‘Trinity Live’ - students make a big impact at Devon County Show
22nd May 2017
This year’s show turned out to be quite an event for the school. As in previous years, our students impressed audiences and visitors with a range of demonstrations and exhibitions, taking full advantage of the opportunities to showcase their own talents and, of course, the school itself.
Setting up earlier in the week has been very wet, but it turned out to be completely different on Thursday when the sun came out and the Chamber Choir wowed audiences with their wonderful singing.
Our amazing Science Buskers once again attracted a lot of attention, performing on the Main Stage as well as the Trinity School stand. The broadcasting media took a keen interest with presenters from BBC Radio Devon interviewing the Buskers live on air. Later our students could be seen on TV confidently conversing with correspondents from BBC TV’s Spotlight programme as they recorded for their evening show. The media exposure continued on Saturday as Mrs Eaton-Jones was interviewed on local station Radio Exe.
The Craft tent was full of beautiful creations and award winning entries by Trinity pupils, on which further news will follow in due course. And to cap it all, the work of our students so impressed the judges that we were awarded the Silver medal for the overall stand - going for Gold next year!