Notice:18th & 19th October are staff inset days. School will be closed

Welcome to Trinity

Summer is now drawing to a close and it was a beautiful one! The new academic year has now begun and ''The Good Ship Trinity'' has just left port. We are extremely pleased by our exam results this summer at GCSE, A'Level and Oxbridge entry, a wide range of truly outstanding successes. We are so grateful to staff who gave their time so generously, to bring about such a brilliant result. Our warmest congratulations also to the students and their families. We wish those who now leaving us for higher education and other career paths every happiness and success for the future. During the summer a tremendous amount of work was carried out on both sites and the school now looks in tip-top condition. I am particularly grateful to Governors and staff who suggested and confirmed that Keswick House be renamed Carla House as a tribute to my beloved wife who died in December 2016. A very big thank you to all from me and my family.

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"Classic Read Challenge"

We are challenging students to read a classic book during the months of October and November. KS3 students are to read "The Woman in Black" by Susan Hall and KS4 students "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde. Please do encourage your son / daughter to take part in this challenge - there will be competitions and prizes associated with the challenge, that students can take part in over the course of the two months. Parents do feel free to join us in the challenge!

Free Fundraising for Trinity with Did you know that whenever you buy anything online, from your weekly shop to your annual holiday, you could be raising a free donation for Trinity Catholic High School? There are nearly 3,000 retailers including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury's, who will donate a percentage of the amount you spend to Trinity Catholic High School to say thank you for shopping with them. It's really simple, and doesn't cost you anything.

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