We are an enlightened, caring community 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.

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

To achieve our aim, we expect students to take strength from their faith beliefs. Spiritual understanding and growth play an important part in the life of the school and we live and work by the ‘golden rule’ understood by people of all faiths: “Treat other people as you would want them to treat you”.

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 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. 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.”

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What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Feb 26, 2021

Returning To School

I am delighted to let you know that following the announcement from the Prime Minister earlier this week, we will be returning to face to face teaching from Monday, 8th March, 2021.  Parents have a choice of whether or not they would like their child to have a Covid-19 lateral flow test before attending classes […]

Feb 26, 2021

789 Medics Programme

From Teacher of Science, Dr Lace: “Before the half term break, as part of our 789 Medics Programme, Year 10 students took on the role of a GP assessing a breathless patient. The students worked together to delve deeper into the patient’s symptoms and successfully came to the correct diagnosis!  It was great to see them […]

Feb 26, 2021

Virtual Work Experience

Course Director of KS5 Engineering, Mrs James, tells us about a great work experience opportunity for our students: “Before the half term break, a number of our Year 9, 10 and 11 students had the opportunity to attend a Virtual Work Experience Day with Jacobs, a global civil Engineering firm with offices in Manchester. The […]

Feb 26, 2021

Food Technology Practicals

In the last edition of the newsletter, we saw some of the delicious savoury dishes from our Year 8s, and this week, we are pleased to share some of the tasty fruit crumbles being made by our Year 7s. Year 7 fruit crumbles:   Read more in our newsletter…