From the moment students join Trinity, they have the chance to take part in a number of exciting and adventurous opportunities, both near and far.

Our foreign residential trips include visits to Paris, CERN (Switzerland), Taize and skiing in Europe and the USA. Our more local visits, including trips to Tatton Park, the Peak District and Edale, provide students with educational and character building experiences.

The spirit of adventure is alive in our Sixth Form with many students undertaking academic adventures between Year 12 and Year 13. This year we have students on Nuffield placements and Oxford and Cambridge summer schools.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Jan 14, 2022

The One Show

Last week, we were delighted to see ex-Trinity student, Laurnea, featured on the BBC’s ‘The One Show’. The clip focused on Laurnea ’s journey to starting a medical degree, including her mum paying tribute to how hard she has worked and her determination to study. Laurnea was part of the ‘aspiring medics’ group in our […]

Jan 14, 2022

CyberFirst Girls’ Competition

Congratulations to our Year 8 students who were recently announced as finalists in the CyberFirst Girls’ competition. The competition aims to support girls interested in a career in cyber security. As a reward for their achievement, they had a special pizza lunch just before Christmas. The students will be attending the final with Teacher of […]

Jan 14, 2022

Mock Results Day

Head of Key Stage 4, Mr Cann, tells us more: “Our students sat their mock exams before the Christmas break, and on Friday, 7th January, students received their long anticipated mock exam results. There were scenes of joy and elation throughout the room as the result envelopes were opened – including some high fives! This […]

Jan 14, 2022

Music Celebrations

On the last day of term, our Director of Music led special Christmas music celebrations for different year groups. They were an excellent way to start our Christmas holidays, and were great fun for both the audience and our performers.   Read more in our newsletter…