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.
Our Year 9 Graduation is always a highlight in the school year, recognising Year 9 students finishing their KS3 courses. The event took place virtually this year, hosted by our Head of KS3, Ms Baxendale. Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum awards were awarded to our students, plus a variety of special awards. The recorded event […]
From the House Team: “Over the last few weeks, many of our aspiring, talented students at Trinity have been preparing for the annual Trinity’s Got Talent show. Normally this much anticipated event would be held in front of a live student and staff audience. However, this year, we needed to change to an online version […]
Although the usual Duke of Edinburgh expeditions have not been able to go ahead over the last few months, DofE Coordinator, Mr Kirsten, tells us about activities students have been doing to work towards their award: Walking dogs. Engaging in ‘couch to 5km’ runs. Baking cakes for Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. Completing online photography courses. […]
At the end of each academic year, it is inevitable that we will say farewell to members of staff at Trinity. However, this year I would like to pay particular tributes to three of Trinity’s most senior colleagues: Mr Butt is leaving Trinity after 20 years as a Deputy Head at Trinity. […]
The final totals for Trinity Long Distance Challenge are as follows: Tiger House travelled 802 miles to Nice, France, Springbok House travelled 885 miles to Vienna, Austria, and Wallaby House travelled 1794 miles to Longyearbyen, Norway. Congratulations go to Maple House who travelled the most miles – 1951 miles to El Aaiun, Western Sahara. The […]
I would like to thank all students, parents and staff for working with us over the difficult period that we pray is coming to an end. Everyone deserves a big ‘well done’ for adapting to completely new routines. I would ask also parents to read a letter that is available on the website, dated 17.07.2020, […]
We have some exciting news to share with our school community about the school’s plans for a ‘North End’ extension to the Temple building. Approval has been granted from the Trinity governing body for a detailed planning phase of a six classroom extension to the Temple building. Following various meetings of the ‘North End Extension […]
From Head of House, Ms Coxon: “The school council have been working hard whilst we have been away from school to ensure their ideas and projects are heard. In particular, they are passionate about promoting black excellence and raising awareness about the racism and difficulties black people face. Throughout the year there have been many discussions, with […]
We are looking to form an alumni network to inspire our current students in their future career choices. Do you have an interesting story to share about where life has taken you since leaving Trinity? If so, please contact Stuart Cann via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Read more in our newsletter…
The latest results for the Trinity Long Distance Challenge are as follows: Good Citizen Award This week’s award goes to Amber in Year 10. Amber will be cutting off of her hair (that is currently knee length, as can be seen in the photo on the right) and will be donating it to the Little […]
Whilst horizons have been limited by lockdown in recent months, we received some fantastic news this week, with the announcement that our school was lucky enough to receive a very generous second tranche of funding for the European Union’s Erasmus+ grant scheme. Building on from our work achieved with the first grant in 2016-18, in […]
This week would normally be activities week – hopefully you can spend a moment drifting back into memories you have from years gone by. We now have the guidance about the full reopening of school in September, so at this stage we assume it’s back to normal for the vast majority of us. We are […]