The ‘Jewel in the Crown’ – the Sixth Form at Trinity is housed in a state-of-the-art, on site building and offers access to a wide variety of post 16 courses, traditional A levels and vocational alternatives.

The teaching in the Sixth Form is outstanding, giving students the best possible opportunities to develop and grow, preparing them for their futures. Lessons are fast paced and engaging. We encourage students to be responsible learners, utilising the independent learning skills that universities and employers demand. Trinity students have in recent years attended University of Oxford Summer Schools, taken part in Nuffield Research Placements and joined the Manchester Access Programme.

Our extensive enrichment programme helps students to develop skills in areas such as public speaking, sign language and first aid. Students have the opportunity to take up work experience at local hospitals and to volunteer in the local community. Our Sixth Form Journal gives our students an outlet for their academic writing. Crammed with thought provoking articles, it is an excellent example of the calibre of work produced by Trinity Sixth Formers.

The vast majority of our students apply to universities, with many choosing the prestigious Russell Group establishments. Our excellent careers provision ensures all students are guided and advised in the next steps of their life, whether to further education, apprenticeships or employment.

At Trinity Sixth Form, every member of staff has each student’s success at heart.


“Students are highly focused, interested and motivated. They have excellent attitudes to learning. Behaviour in lessons and during social times is exemplary. Students are self-disciplined and act as positive role models for younger pupils. They support younger pupils in their learning.”

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Feb 14, 2020

“Shabtis in Schools” Programme

From Head of History, Mrs Wright: “Last week, there was an exciting arrival into the LRB. A shabti, belonging to King Senkamanisken was installed to form the focus of some exciting project work in collaboration with the Manchester Museum. A shabti is a mumiform figure found in ancient Egyptian and Sudanese tombs. Senkamanisken was a Sudanese pharaoh from 600 […]

Feb 14, 2020

Spelling Bee

From Head of House, Ms Sussman: “The Spelling Bee competition took place on Tuesday, 4th February, with a high turnout from many of the houses. Victory went to Tiger House – Maris in Year 8. Second place went to Maple House participant Daniel in Year 8 and third place also went to Maple House participant Eshwa in Year 8. Well […]

Feb 14, 2020

Head’s Breakfasts

Every Thursday morning, I meet with a different group of Year 10 students for breakfast in the Greer canteen. We talk about their experience in school, any suggested improvements, and staff who have gone ‘above and beyond’ to support them in school. This is a valuable opportunity for our students to have their voices heard! […]

Feb 14, 2020

Bank of New York Mellon

Head of IT, Mr Sinnott, tells us about a recent school trip: “Our Year 10 Computer Science students visited the offices of Bank of New York Mellon(BNY Mellon) last week, to take part in an APP in a day challenge with the APPS for good charity. The students had to come up with the idea […]