Welcome to Trinity Church of England High School.

We provide a well-balanced, outstanding academic education to students of all faiths and communities of Manchester. Founded in 1984, the school provides a Christian environment in which young people are safe, secure, cared for and happy and are able to develop into articulate, well-qualified citizens of the world.

A vibrant, diverse and innovative academy, our ethos is based on mutual respect and common endeavour. We seek to develop in students the joy of discovery and the discipline of study, whilst creating an atmosphere of belonging and security. We are passionate about excellence in education, and giving students the very best start in life with a firm belief that inspired teaching transforms lives.

The school has developed significantly in recent years, the latest addition being our Sixth Form which opened in September, 2016. We are uniquely placed in the heart of the University District and as such enjoy close links with many academic departments. We also benefit from a wide range of other superb facilities right on our doorstep.

Trinity is an extremely popular choice amongst parents and students and to appreciate fully the education we provide, I strongly urge you to arrange to visit us. You will then have the opportunity to meet our students and staff, see our facilities and experience at first hand the warmth and friendliness of our community.

We very much look forward to meeting you.

Julian Nicholls
Head

 

“The diversity of beliefs and backgrounds represented in the school community is remarkable and this adds to its success. Students enjoy school life and attendance rates are very high.”
Ofsted

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Jul 3, 2020

1:1 KS3 Pastoral Meetings

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 […]

Jul 3, 2020

Year 10 and Year 12 Face to Face Support Sessions

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 […]

Jul 3, 2020

Message of Support

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 […]

Jul 3, 2020

House Team Weekly Challenge

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 […]