Headmaster's Welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to the Trinity School website. Trinity is a state funded Christian secondary school. We opened with four forms of entry in September 2013, established under the government’s free school initiative. I hope that our website will provide you with an insight into our Christian values, our recent progress, and our ambitious plans for the future of our school.

We’ve received an overwhelming amount of positive support from local parents, churches, primary schools, members of the wider community and the Department for Education. This gives us the confidence to know we will achieve our educational vision and become a school of choice for local families.

Our vision is to be an outstanding, high-achieving Christian School. Our curriculum is rich and stimulating, delivered by outstanding teachers and designed to challenge every individual child to reach and exceed their academic and personal potential. Our students enjoy a wide range of opportunities including sports, culture and music, ensuring they receive a well-rounded and fulfilling education.

We believe that education takes place in a context of family and community relationships. We are establishing strong relationships with local primary schools, churches, businesses, and the community to provide students with the opportunity to broaden their understanding and knowledge, and ensure they gain an insight into the world of work. We have excellent facilities which include state of the art ICT and a modern spacious learning environment.

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.

Matthew Tate



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