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Welcome to Trinity School

At Trinity, our dedicated team of Sixth Form teachers and tutors work tirelessly to ensure that students maximise their academic and personal potential. We pride ourselves on small teaching groups so that you can get the most out of your subjects. We are able to say that all our students who applied to University went to their chosen institution last year.

However, at Trinity, we not only pride ourselves on delivering academic success but we also strive to ensure that you get the best support to develop as an individual. We run a comprehensive Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) programme throughout year 12 and 13 to help give you the skills that you will need when you leave education. 

Trinity has a strong House system and this is continued in the Sixth Form where our students are expected to act as role models to the rest of their House and the school in general. As such we are looking for people who are committed and conscientious and not afraid to take the lead to make things happen. Don’t worry if you are not quite there yet, we will help and guide you to achieve these qualities. Trinity Sixth Formers are expected to be proactive and to be the driving forces behind the House competitions as well as being role models for our younger students.

Here at Trinity, we take great pride in helping students achieve above and beyond their potential but we also care about getting the little things right. Your interaction with the people around you in society is what marks you out as a person and it is our goal to ensure that, regardless of academic ability, you will leave here with the skills to be a valued, caring member of your community. 

So, let me welcome you to Sixth Form at Trinity. A place where you are expected to work hard but to enjoy yourself while doing it. I look forward to receiving your application and to discussing your options with you.

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Trinity School directly.

Last updated date: 18 September 2017

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