Vision and Values

At Trinity our focus is on leading through values; on the kind of young people that our students become through being at Trinity, with day-to-day school experiences and a love of learning shaping them before they move on to extraordinary futures.
We expect that, whatever success, talent, or opportunities our students enjoy, they will never think anything is beneath them; they are excellent but not arrogant, and consciously inclusive rather than exclusive.

We are committed to nurturing a diverse environment in which each individual experiences a great rapport with their teachers and feels that they are known and cared for. We encourage every student to develop and satisfy their academic curiosity as well as to enjoy playing a part of our community.


Our aims

We want our students to develop the confidence and creativity to be ambitious and forward thinking and recognise that they will require character and resilience to be prepared for their future worlds. When our students leave Trinity, we hope they have made these values their own.

We aim to:
  • Encourage the growth of intellectual curiosity, creativity and independent learning whilst also preparing each pupil for the best possible examination results, through a broad, coherent and balanced curriculum.
  • Provide well-qualified, inspirational and dedicated staff, committed to their own continual professional development, who have high expectations of all pupils, enjoy teaching and learning, and enable pupils to fulfil their academic potential within an intellectually vibrant community.
  • Provide outstanding pastoral care; ensuring that relationships within the school are always based on mutual respect within a highly supportive environment.
  • Encourage the development of self-discipline, responsibility, physical and emotional wellbeing, moral and spiritual values, and consequently the highest possible standards of behaviour, confidence and consideration for others.
  • Offer excellent facilities and a wide range of high quality co-curricular activities through which pupils develop a healthy sense of cooperation and competition as well as enjoying social, sporting and cultural interests for their own sakes.
  • Prepare pupils for life beyond school through an understanding of higher education and career possibilities, a development of entrepreneurial and leadership skills, an informed appreciation of the diversity of the world and a sense of service to the wider community.
  • Work in close and effective partnership with parents and encourage them to be actively involved in their child’s education.

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