A MESSAGE TO PARENTS AND CARERS
All the staff at Trinity strive to create a long and friendly association with all pupils and their families. While we are a large school, we seek to treat each person as an individual, and to get to know them and help them throughout their time in the school. The partnership with the parents and carers at home is very important to us.
PARENT'S and CARER'S HANDBOOK
The Parent's and Carer's Handbook aims to give parents as much information as possible about the school and its role in the life of their children. The information is set out alphabetically to aid the ease of finding the information required.
Please get in touch with us if you want to discuss any aspects of the school as your child joins us and makes his/her way through the school.
We offer the Parent's and Carer's handbook in two formats for you to download. Microsoft Word will be recognised by most peoples computers. For those without Microsoft Word we have included the handbook as a pdf file.
Trinity School receives additional funding to support those students eligible for Free School meals as a way of addressing inequalities in educational outcomes and in ensuring that all students can achieve academically. Details of how we use this money to support the students in the curriculum are included from the links below:
Details of Our School Meals services can now be viewed at our School Meals Mini Site here. We operate four weekly cycle menus, with lots of different choices of food available and in addition to the normal menu range we have at least on theme day menu every calendar month.
The weekly menu shows the hot meal choices available every day. These can be purchased including complementary vegetables or salad and potato, rice or pasta for the price stated on the menu. Should you wish to add a dessert to the meal you will automatically receive both courses for the set amount.
We have a lively & energetic Sixth Form, with excellent, modern facilities, including a Common Room, a superb Library and Trinity Leisure Centre & Pool
• Consistently high exam success rate
• Over 50 course options, including 40 'A' levels
• A tradition of welcoming students from outside Trinity
• Over 100 students move successfully to University each year
• Caring and supportive pastoral system
• Outstanding range of extra-curricular activities
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Trinity School is a Data Controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act. We collect information from you and your child and may also receive information about your child from their previous school. We hold this personal data and use it to:
For More information about data control the following document is available for download in word format.
OFSTED REPORT 2012
Please find the results of our most recent OFSTED inspection in the following pdf document......
|Summer Term 2013|
|Starts||Monday 15th April|
|Half-term Holiday||Monday 27th May - Friday 31st May|
|Ends||Friday 19th July|
|May Day Bank Holiday||Monday 6th May|