We are an outstanding multi-faith school in the heart of Manchester.
Developing in students the joy of discovery and the discipline of study whilst creating an atmosphere of belonging and security.
“There is so much on offer at Trinity, I came here as a shy little boy and now I’m the captain of the school football team, in a ‘high flying’ form and getting great levels in tests thanks to all the staff.”
“The school, under the wonderfully bright and enthusiastic Head of Transition, takes great care to ensure that the transition is as easy and as stress free as is possible. Every effort is made to know the pupil before they step foot into the school.”
“Year seven was full of new and fun experiences. I made new friends and discovered subjects I never thought I would like.”
Our three year average, 2017 - 2019, continues to show outstanding results at KS4. Of course it’s not all about the results at the end, it’s the journey they make getting there.
Read the latest news from our school.
The series of mock examinations for our Year 11 students commenced at the start of this week. As students missed out on sitting any exams last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever that students have the opportunity to sit mock papers under examination conditions before the GCSE exam season […]
The Christmas Book Fair will be in school for the last two weeks of term, 7th – 18th December. It’s the perfect opportunity to pick up some Christmas gifts whilst supporting the school, as every purchase is a step towards free books for Trinity’s library and classrooms. Over recent years, our book fairs have earned […]
Last week, our Year 12 and 13 parents’ evening took place through our newly introduced telephone appointment system. It was great to hear about the number of positive and productive conversations that took place between parents and our staff in relation to the progress of our Sixth Form students. Our next parents’ evening is for […]
Don’t forget that Friday, 11th December is our annual Christmas Jumper Day. For a £1 charity donation, students can choose to wear a Christmas jumper (in place on their usual school jumper) with the rest of their usual school uniform. Photos will be in the final newsletter of this half term! To replace our usual […]
Good news on the battle against Covid-19. You as parents, and we as employees of the school, are delighted that the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 has reduced significantly in recent weeks. As I write, we have no students isolating as a result of covid cases in school. Read more in our newsletter…
From Head of MFL, Ms Jones: “Two Year 11 French students turned into teachers for one lesson last week. Crispin and Tejire were rewarded for their commitment to additional “Period 6” study sessions by being allowed to teach their classmates the following day. I couldn’t have been more impressed by the mature and organised way […]
From Head of Wallaby House, Ms Wilson: “Despite Covid restrictions, the School Council continues to run and contribute to Trinity’s school community in a lively way! Each year group is meeting in a separate “bubble”, generally during lunchtimes . Featured is a photo of the Year 8 “bubble” planning an assembly. The students thought deeply […]
Ms Wilson also tells us about the launch of Debate Mate: “We have been thrilled to launch Debate Mate this year, despite the challenges we are facing due to Covid 19. Students have been gathering in their year group bubbles after school to partake in the programme. Firstly, they were invited to a launch event […]
Our Year 7s have been given the opportunity to start a fantastic new initiative this week – bikeability! All Year 7s have been offered the chance to take part in the programme, allowing them to gain cycling skills and an understanding of how to cycle safely on roads. Read more in our newsletter…
Last week saw the introduction of the Trinity mile during P.E lessons! A course was set up around different sections of the school site, giving students the opportunity to complete a mile in the quickest possible time. Read more in our newsletter…
At the start of this week, the Trinity community was shocked and saddened to hear that one of our English teachers, Mr Rob Cornick had passed away. The news was completely unexpected, with Rob playing a full role in school last week, and indeed even featuring in last week’s newsletter making phone calls for Year 11 […]
The below term time and holiday pattern for the 2021/2022 academic year has been proposed and is due to be approved later this half term. The pattern broadly matches the Local Authority pattern, who also consult with other authorities within Greater Manchester in order to provide consistency. INSET days are yet to be confirmed, and […]