Vision

Faith in the City

Value in People

Excellence in Education

As a Church of England academy school, we are committed to the provision of education close to the city centre and to being a worshipping community where all will flourish. We affirm the value of all members of the Trinity community by valuing and nurturing the skills and vocations of all young people and adults – students and staff. We are committed to providing an excellent education in which all students are encouraged to aim for the highest standards, and students and staff flourish by being valued as Children of God.

Aim

Trinity aims to provide a Christian educational environment in which young people are safe, secure, cared for and happy, and are able to flourish together and develop into articulate, confident and well-qualified citizens of the world.

Values: our Vision and Aim in practice

Our Vision and Aim as a Church of England academy are founded in the words of Jesus in Matthew Ch 22, v 37-40 and John Ch 10 v10:

Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind. That is the greatest commandment. It comes first. The second is like it: Love your neighbour as yourself. Everything in the law and the prophets hangs on these two commandments.Matthew Ch 22, v 37-40
I have come in order that you might have life – life in all its fullness.John Ch 10 v10

The Christian virtues of faith, hope and love underpin the life of the academy and can be seen in the way we speak, listen, interact, resolve situations and can be evidenced in the day to day life of the school.

Our school’s ‘Trinity Together’ initiative serves as an instrument through which our vision is realised. Trinity Together has five values: Living Hope; Being Inclusive and Accepting; Celebrating Diversity; Feeling Safe and Secure; Having Empathy and Compassion.

Trinity’s Foundation and Journey

This school was founded in 1984 by the leaders of the Church of England in Manchester, following a report ‘Faith in The City’, written by Church leaders across the country who recognised the immense challenge that existed in city areas.

The early Eighties were troubled times for those living in cities. The Manchester riots in 1981 were an expression of vast discontent on how society was not working for the inner-South Manchester community. The book ‘Faith in The City’ (1985) notes that cities were places where economic, physical and social conditions were at their most acute and depressing.

Out of that despair, the Church of England in Manchester wanted to bring hope. And at that point in 1984, Trinity Church of England High School was born. Its intake was designed to include representatives from all faiths and crucially encouraged applications from all the Christian churches. It was a beacon of light and hope for many and an opportunity open to all.

Establishing the school as a centre of excellence in Manchester has been an immense opportunity and a rewarding journey. We continue to desire to be an enlightened, caring community based on mutual respect and common endeavour, in which enterprise is encouraged and initiative valued.

Receiving students from approximately 100 different primary schools each year, we place huge importance on establishing a smooth transition and creating an atmosphere of belonging and security. Staff are continually committed to ensuring that students should live

and work in a harmonious environment, with everything possible in place to provide a secure and stable way of life, free from worry, where students and staff can flourish. Those needing support in their learning receive targeted help, both within and outside of the classroom.

Relationships at all levels are important to us. We regard the partnership between school and home as a key foundation on which our distinctive atmosphere is created – both demanding and caring – reflecting the hope that parents have for their own children.

I call it the Trinity Plus; the feeling that the school is interested in and invests in our children, not just in their grades at the end of Year 11, but in their personal development from children to young adults.Parent
If you have any questions about the school’s ‘Vision and Values’, please contact the Head, Mr Nicholls.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

May 13, 2022

Manchester Cathedral’s 600th Anniversary Service

From our Director of Music, Ms Madden: “On Thursday, 5th May, our Gospel Choir had the privilege of being invited to sing at the Cathedral during a very special service to celebrate […]

May 13, 2022

Form Group Bowling Trip

Earlier this half term, Miss Bansal and Mr Dennis took 11NBA out for a fun filled evening with ten-pin bowling and food. It was much enjoyed by all and was […]

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PSHE Day and The Girls Network

From our Sixth Form Academic Tutor, Ms Hall, tells us more: “At the end of last half term, our Year 12 students experienced their first PSHE Day, in partnership with […]

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Art Exhibition

Last Thursday evening, our Art department showcased all of the outstanding work of our talented GCSE and A Level artists at our annual Art Exhibition. The standard of work was […]