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Open Events 2021-22

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Please find below a link to our virtual tour and a message from our Chaplain Mrs Anna Graham:

Trinity School Virtual Tour


Trinity School Open Events 2021

Please find below a short video message regarding changes to our open events:-

Message from Dr Pawson June 2021

Booking is essential please visit the Eventbrite page to book your place 

Tour dates will be as follows

Monday 20th September
Tuesday 21st September
Thursday 23rd September
Friday 24th September
Monday 27th September
Tuesday 28th September
Thursday 30th September
Friday 1st October
Monday 4th October
Tuesday 5th October


Please arrive at reception no later than 8.45am.  The tour will finish by 10.15am.

Further information

Anna Graham (Chaplain) – Welcome message
Ben Williams (Deputy Head) – ‘Every student achieving their academic potential’

Head Boy and Girl – Welcome message (coming soon)

Video tour of school – (coming soon)

FAQ - (coming soon)

Follow us on Twitter

  • 11:41 AM - 18th July, 2021 Trinity Staff Team had a great day at the Julian Speroni Football Tournament braving the searing heat to finish third overall. Definitely some tired legs this morning!!
  • 05:09 PM - 21st June, 2021 Harmful Sexual Behaviour Prevention: A toolkit designed to help everyone keep children safe with links to information, resources, support, advice and practical tips to prevent harmful behaviour and provide safe environments for families.
  • 04:27 PM - 7th May, 2021 During Lent Trinity School raised £3500 for Toilet Twinning! This will enable 14 toilet blocks to be built for schools in Africa. Well done to everyone who generously baked, made, donated, walked and cycled. Sixth Form cycled the distance to Paris and back!
  • 10:10 AM - 9th March, 2021 After 3 years working on our expansion project are leaving. Thank you for doing a great job!
  • 01:40 PM - 1st February, 2021 This week is Children's Mental Health Week- It is estimated that 1 in 6 young people have concerns with their mental health
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