The Trinity Diploma is designed to enable students to develop knowledge, skills and interests beyond their academic subjects.
The Trinity Diploma will help your son/daughter structure time and commitments beyond the classroom to develop knowledge, skills and interests. The Trinity Diploma awards personal development through co-curricular activities, leading societies and clubs, community outreach and off specification learning. The Trinity Diploma appeals to universities because it is evidence that students are active and well rounded young people – someone universities would want on their campuses.
By achieving this Diploma, your son/daughter will enhance their CV and personal statement which will help them to access top universities and career opportunities. We hope that the Trinity Diploma will also support your son/daughter to embody the Trinity Way, and therefore enjoy life at school, separate from the rigours of examinations.
Trinity Gold Diploma
|Completion of two terms of service||Completion of one term of service|
|Leadership of school society||Active membership of school society|
|Leadership of worship||Participation in worship|
|Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award||Duke of Edinburgh’s Silver Award|
|Participation in five or more House Competitions||Participation in three or more House Competitions|
|Regular performance for the school (e.g. sport, drama, debating)||Performance for the school (e.g. sport, drama, debating)|
|Leading a house day event||Participating in a house day event|
|Leading in subject competitions/enrichment||Involvement in subject competitions/enrichment|
|Complete two or more massive open online courses (MOOC) (one must be a language)||Complete one massive open online course (MOOC)|
It is our expectation that all sixth form students will complete the Trinity Diploma in year 12.