Welcome to Trinity Sevenoaks
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.
- Watoto Choir 23 May 2017 - Thursday was a very special day as we spent it in the company of some truly amazing people. The 17 children from Watoto and the adults who care for them were a joy to be around and put on two amazing performances for us. During the school day, all our staff and students were treated […]
- PGL Windmill Hill 23 May 2017 - Last weekend Mr Birks-Agnew and Miss Chant took a group of Year 10 students to PGL Windmill Hill near Battle. The aim of the trip was to build confidence, resilience and teamwork and relationships by pushing the students in unfamiliar settings and by taking part in activities that took them out of their comfort zone. […]
- Le Café – French Play 16 May 2017 - Our school hall was turned into a French theatre last week when visiting actors took to the stage in a production of ‘Le Café’. All students who study French in Years 8, 9 and 10 were able to watch French actors in a French farce. There were many costume changes and students enjoyed watching the […]
- GCSE Music Trip 12 May 2017 - On Wednesday 10th May, thirty Trinity Music students experienced an open day at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where they watched performances, took tours of the campuses and had a Q & A session with some of the current students. We then went on to watch a matinee performance of ‘Wicked’ – The […]