We want all our students to aim high and it is important for students to have a realistic understanding of their potential and to embark on courses in which they have a good chance of success.

For these reasons, and to have a Sixth Form place guaranteed, students must have achieved the following:

  • Five GCSE passes at grade 4 or above, including English and mathematics.
  • Grade 5/6 or above in the subjects chosen for Sixth Form study.
  • A good record of attendance, punctuality and behaviour whilst at Trinity or elsewhere and a positive recommendation from the Year 11 Senior Tutor or Assistant Head.
  • Before Sixth Form studies begin, to have signed the ‘Sixth Form Learning Agreement’ which clarifies expectations and ensures our continued belief in partnership work.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Mar 5, 2021

Ready To Welcome Students Back To School

It has been 78 days since most of our students were last in school, and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Monday, 8th March, 2021. Our dedicated team of staff have been working hard to set up a mass testing site this week to ensure a safe return to school. […]

Mar 5, 2021

Year 10 Parents’ Evening

Last Wednesday, a series of telephone appointments were scheduled with subject teachers for the Year 10 parents’ evening. We were delighted that the appointments went ahead with 78% of parents on the evening and productive conversations taking place. Assistant Head of KS4, Mr Cann, has even shared a special sign made by his children to […]

Mar 5, 2021

Debate Mate

From Teacher of English, Ms Tahir: “A group of Year 10 boys have taken part in their first virtual debate against Manchester East Academy as part of Accelerate Debate Mate. Well done to Tom, Yamikhani, Timi and Bailey.  They worked really well as a team and came up with some brilliant points to make about a very challenging […]

Mar 5, 2021

House Activities

Congratulations to Leila in Year 8 from Wallaby House who won the fifth non-physical lockdown challenge by writing a poem about lockdown heroes:   Thank you to Leila and for all the submissions we have had over the past week – it was the highest number of submissions we have had of all the non-physical […]