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.

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Oct 15, 2021

A Journey Through Music

  Year 11 student, Amelia, tells us about a recent trip for music GCSE students: “On Tuesday, 5th October, the Year 11 GCSE music group went to a concert at the Bridgewater Hall featuring the Hallé Orchestra. The concert began in the Renaissance era (Giovanni Gabrieli – Sonata no. XIII) and brought us all the […]

Oct 15, 2021

Classroom Refurbishment

As part of our ‘North End Extension’ project, a number of classrooms towards the end of the new extension have undergone a refurbishment over the past few months – a food technology room, plus a science and maths classroom. We’re pleased to say the work is now complete, and the rooms are looking smarter than […]

Oct 15, 2021

Black History Month

Last week, our Year 10 students learnt about black people in Nazi Germany as part of Black History Month and their current studies. This included learning about the stories of Hilarius Gilges and Theodor Wonja Michael. Whilst in Year 7 Humanities lessons, students looked at “Roman Britain: the Ivory Bangle Lady / Our Migration Story”. […]

Oct 15, 2021

Harvest Collection

Our Harvest Collection is coming along very nicely indeed thanks to the kind and generous donations from our school community. The deadline for items was today, and we will then be sending the donations to this year’s very worthy cause – the Manchester South Central Foodbank.   Read more in our newsletter…