- 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
- Tickets now available for The Importance of Being Earnest
- Trinity's Lower School Drama production a hit with audience!
Trinity endeavours to make any reasonable adjustments to the admissions procedure to enable disabled and other special needs’ candidates to compete for a place at the school without disadvantage. The school offers a limited amount of specialist support for dyslexic pupils and also welcomes pupils with mobility problems - the whole site is equipped for access by wheelchair.
Parents are asked to contact the Director of Admissions to discuss adjustments that are desirable to meet their son’s specific needs. If necessary, a meeting will be arranged at school to discuss provision for the candidate’s needs throughout the admissions process and, presuming a successful outcome to the application, during his subsequent time at the school. While the school attempts to meet the costs of all reasonable adjustments, it reserves the right to charge for additional services.
Candidates with special needs may be allowed additional time in the entrance examinations, at the discretion of the Director of Admissions. Documentary evidence, such as a current Educational Psychologist’s report, should be submitted to the school before the closing date for applications.