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What people say about us

 "Trinity is a fantastic place to work. It has a unique sense of community in which students and staff are friendly, positive and willing to help."

- Dr. Barford, Teacher of English and Film Studies/Assistant Enrichment Co-Ordinator

 

"Working and developing as a teacher at Trinity Sevenoaks feels very much like being an essential part of a supportive family. As the name of the school suggests, I feel that the teaching departments, support staff and student bodies are in unity - effectively working together to fully realise the potential of each and every individual."

- John O'Shea, Teacher of English/KS5 English Co-Ordinator

 

"I feel privileged and proud to be part of the Trinity School community where leadership, staff and students work together bringing out the best attributes and qualities in one another."

- Emma Bentley, Assistant SENCO

 

"I was driving to a meeting this morning in Sevenoaks, and I happened to notice, whilst sitting in traffic outside your school, that a gentleman (I'm guessing a teacher or Head) was welcoming the children by shaking their hand, clearly teaching them respect, I thought this to be quite an incredible site, and I'm sure the children will respect this person for this kind of gesture."

- Local resident

 

"It was really lovely to see the children performing to such a high standard, and clearly enjoying themselves in the process! My class were full of praise when we came back to school. It was also personally lovely for me to see ex-students. Your staff team are clearly motivating and inspiring these talented youngsters, and a huge thank you for inviting us to see them."

- Teacher, Trinity School

 

We were impressed by the fabric of the school, the cleanliness and the outstanding behaviour of the pupils. In particular, the young man on reception was a very good role model for the school. He went to the trouble of seeking us out during the interval to enquire if we found our seating to be satisfactory.

- Grandparents, Key Stage 3 pupil

 

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