- A great week for Trinity Water Polo
- Trinity colleague named 'Real Rugby Hero'
- Trinity student qualifies for British Youth Fencing Championships
- Trinity Boys' Choir perform A Midsummer Night's Dream with English National Opera
- Trinity host Facets of Science lecture evening
- Fifth Year Douglas Sheppard selected for England U17 Water Polo team
- Zain Lam wins five gold medals in the Surrey Age Group Swimming Championships
- Trinity 1st XV Rugby Team through to National Finals
- Trinity's Lower School Drama production a hit with audience!
Trinity School is part of the Whitgift Foundation, founded in 1596 by John Whitgift, Archbishop of Canterbury. His legacy provides the School with outstanding facilities and an extensive range of bursaries and scholarships, allowing pupils from a wide variety of backgrounds to benefit from an education at Trinity.
There are four main ages of entry into the School: at 10+ (Year 6), 11+ 13+ and 16+.
By making the move to Trinity School at Year Six, boys have the opportunity to benefit from an extra year of intellectual challenge and from all the sporting, musical and cultural activities on offer.
For older students, the Sixth Form years at Trinity are an opportunity for boys and girls to strengthen their personal, social and professional development, giving real opportunities to exercise leadership and responsibility and to equip them with the skills to succeed at university and beyond. Please click here to see the Sixth Form section of the website.
Trinity is a dynamic, forward-looking school at the forefront of independent education. Our website can only offer a flavour of the School and we warmly welcome prospective pupils and their parents to visit us on a normal working day.