Welcome from the Head

Matt Pawson

I am delighted to welcome you to the Trinity School website.

As Headmaster of Trinity, I am excited to be leading this unique state-funded Christian school into its next phase of growth and development. We moved into our new state-of-the-art building in September 2016, demand for places is high and we anticipate great things as our Year 10 students begin GCSEs for the first time.

As a Christian school, we promote ‘the Trinity Way’ in all we do: Truth, Excellence, Love, Leadership and Service. We believe that in doing so, students are well placed to grow into confident, outward focused individuals who live rewarding and purposeful lives.We hold unswervingly to a belief that every Trinity student should receive an ‘education for life in all its fullness’.

We strive to ensure that opportunities for learning are never far away and recognise that these are not limited to the classroom. To this end, Trinity school places great emphasis on its extra-curricular provision and encourages its students to immerse themselves fully in this important aspect of their education.

We have an exceptional team of staff who instil high aspirations in our students: our goal is that every student reaches his or her full potential. High quality teaching alongside outstanding pastoral care are essential to making this happen.

We look forward with confidence to the next stage of Trinity’s amazing adventure. I warmly encourage you to visit the school and find out more.

Mr M Pawson


If you would like to find out more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01732 469111. We look forward to welcoming you to Trinity School.


FullSizeRender-3 copy 2 The Bishop of Rochester’s visit to Trinity 10 June 2016 - On Thursday 9th June, Bishop James, the Anglican Bishop of Rochester visited Trinity as part of his visit to the Sevenoaks area. Bishop James spoke in worship and kindly spoke twice so that all the students were able to hear his talk.  He also came on a tour of the new site with students and governors […]
IMG_1557 Site Update 3 June 2016 - 8T visited the new build just before the end of last term.  As you can see from the pictures below the students were not only lucky enough to take a trip onto the roof, but to also see how much progress is being made inside on the classrooms and other learning spaces.  
Unknown Service Update 27 May 2016 - Since September Trinity School has now completed over 1300 hours of service. Every student will have the opportunity to complete at least one service placement by the end of the year.   Some particular highlights recently have been helping with Messy Church at Seal St Lawrence Church and students helping adults with learning and physical […]