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.
We have recently extended our pastoral care offer by inviting all KS3 students and their parents/carers to attend a twenty minute meeting with a member of our pastoral team, to discuss their experiences of learning at home and life during ‘lockdown’. The meetings began in the Sports Centre on Monday, 29th June, and will continue […]
Our face to face support sessions have been taking place for the past three weeks in school and we have been delighted to see so many of our students in attendance. The face to face sessions are also being supplemented by live question and answer seminars for our Year 10 students through Microsoft Teams. Read […]
We are always pleased to receive messages of support: “Some encouragement for you and your staff – I’ve heard such good reports about Trinity’s care for students over the last few weeks. A lot of your students go to my church and their parents have had nothing but praise for Trinity staff going the extra […]
Last week’s House Team Weekly Challenge was to submit a snapshot of life during lockdown through a window. A single photo documenting this incredibly strange moment in history to help capture these dark times in a beautiful way. Thank you for all of the entries – some of our most notable included: Freedom to Roam’ by Sam […]
Following on from our recent Sports Awards that we featured in last week’s newsletter, here are some of Team Trinity’s amazing sporting achievements from 2019/20: Year 7 Girls’ Cross Country Team WON the Manchester Cross Country Championships. Year 8 & 9 Girls’ Cross Country Team came SECOND in the Manchester Cross Country Championships. Year 8 […]
Although our annual Sports Awards Evening could not take place in the usual way this year, this did not deter our PE department from recognising the outstanding sporting achievements of our students! A virtual Sports Awards was available for our students to watch on ‘Show My Homework’ and presentations were put together for different year […]
One of our Year 9 students, Khadija, who has been attending school, wrote the below piece ‘When This Is All Over” during a recent English session: “Life is boring now. It’s hectic. People stressing, people full of rage it’s become a routine. Schools have been abandoned, social media has taken over our society. Everybody’s becoming […]
We are still enjoying seeing everyone getting creative at home by making something to represent the Spanish flag, French flag or famous landmark! Read more in our newsletter…
Trinity Long Distance Challenge – The latest results are as follows: Good Citizen Award – This week’s award goes to Leila, Year 7, from Wallaby House. Well done to Leila for regularly hosting Zoom dates for her younger cousins so their parents can work. Leila sends ‘play packs’ in the post to help keep them […]
All Year 7, 8 and 9 parents and students have the opportunity to come into school for a face to face support meeting with our pastoral team in the final three weeks of the school year. We are hoping that this initiative will help reconnect students with the school and we will talk about how […]
We found out last week that the government plans that all students will be back ‘in full’ in September. Over the forthcoming weeks we will find out more about the changes necessary in order to open safely ‘in full’ from Thursday, 3rd September, 2020. I can feel the anxiousness of some when thinking about school […]