At Trinity High School & Sixth Form Centre we prepare all of our students to be successful and active citizens, investing time to ensure we develop the creativity, adaptability, resilience, confidence and leadership skills that our young people need in an ever changing 21st century global community. We value each and every one of our young people and they are at the centre of everything we do as a school.
Trinity’s success is built upon high expectations and excellence in all aspects of school life. A visit to our school reveals excellent standards of uniform, behaviour, teaching, learning and achievement. Standards which really matter to me and my staff.
The governors at Trinity are totally committed to ensuring students receive a rounded education, with personal development as important as academic excellence. This can be seen from the wide range of opportunities and enrichment activities available to our students. I encourage everyone to be involved – after all, you are only at high school once.
Mr Adrian Ward
ODD SOCK ANTI BULLYING DAY Monday 11th November is the start of Anti-Bullying week. At Trinity High School we encourage students to respect each other and celebrate everyone having unique personalities. We also encourage each person within the school community to support one another and adapt a Tell, Tell, Tell approach. Therefore, on Friday 15th November we will be asking students and staff to wear odd socks to acknowledge our individualism, and that THS has no place for bullying! Please join us in wearing odd socks under trousers or on top of tights. Together we can stop bulling. Please see the attached poster. OCTOBER NEWSLETTER Please find the October Newsletter attached. It is also available on our website. NORMANDY TRIP 2020 Many thanks to the 25 parents who have already paid their third instalment. Remainder to remaining parents that the third [...]