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Pastoral 

At Trinity School, we are committed to ensuring our school is a safe, welcoming and inspirational place for your child. Every student will be treated as an individual and will be respected, valued and celebrated.

Students’ skills, aptitudes and talents will be nurtured and encouraged by staff and peers.

Pastoral Team

Our pastoral team consists of:

Key Stage 3

Head of Key Stage 3 – Mrs Turner

Assistant Head of Key Stage 3 – Mrs Whitbourn

Head of Year 7 – Mr Roylance (leading a team of 6 tutors)

Head of Year 8 – Mr Fisher (leading a team of 6 tutors)

 

Key Stage 4

Head of Key Stage 4 – Mr Taylor

Assistant Head of Key Stage 4 – Mrs Manaktala

Head of Year 10 – Mrs Miles (leading a team of 4 tutors)

Year 11 Achievement Coordinator – Mr Molsher (leading a team of 4 tutors)

 

Key Stage 5

Head of Sixth Form – Mr Shaw

A team of 4 tutors

 

Chaplaincy

Chaplain – Mrs Anna Graham

 

SEN

Acting SENCO/Senior Assistant Headteacher – Mr A Birks-Agnew

Assistant SENCO – Mrs Bentley

 

Pastoral lead

Deputy Headteacher - Mr Davies

Assistant Headteacher – Mrs Penfold

 

The pastoral team is central to ensuring the success of our students through developing relationships and providing support; intervention and guidance. They are responsible for caring for our students alongside monitoring their academic and social progress, encouraging involvement in the wider school and helping to develop the ‘whole child’.

Students will be encouraged to be aware of the needs of others and will be expected to support one another.

Where applicable, the pastoral team will liaise with external agencies and specialist staff to support the needs of the students.


 

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019

Trinity’s first Mental Health Awareness Week took place between 18th – 22nd March 2019. 

During the week, Jenny Langley, from the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust (CWMT), held coaching sessions with small groups of students throughout the school.  At the end of the week each student will have benefited from one of her sessions.

CWMT’s programme for schools and young people provides evidence-based presentations and training to schools that motivate, inform and provide practical ideas and tools that can be easily implemented.

Jenny came to Trinity in February 2019 to train the staff and so during her time here during Mental Health Awareness Week, she spoke at our Parents Information evening as part of our whole school approach to raising awareness of mental health among young people. The presentation was Managing Teenage Anxieties.  Jenny hosted a very successful evening and gave practical tips to help with the emotional wellbeing of our children, and also provided the school with some useful resources: 

Presentation: Managing Teenage Anxieties

CWMT Jenny's Favourite Resources for Schools and Families 2019

50 Ways to Take a Break Poster

All of these documents can be viewed in our Document Area below.

Documents

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CWMT Presentation: Managing Teenage Anxieties Download
CWMT Jenny's Favourite Resources for Schools and Families 2019 Download
50 Ways to Take a Break Poster Download
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