From the moment students join Trinity, they have the chance to take part in a number of exciting and adventurous opportunities, both near and far.

Our foreign residential trips include visits to Paris, CERN (Switzerland), Taize and skiing in Europe and the USA. Our more local visits, including trips to Tatton Park, the Peak District and Edale, provide students with educational and character building experiences.

The spirit of adventure is alive in our Sixth Form with many students undertaking academic adventures between Year 12 and Year 13. This year we have students on Nuffield placements and Oxford and Cambridge summer schools.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Nov 19, 2021

GCSE Presentation Evening

It was wonderful to be back at the University of Manchester’s Whitworth Hall this year for our annual GCSE Presentation Evening. Last Friday evening, we welcomed students and their families from last year’s Year 11 cohort to a special evening filled with memories of their past 5 years at Trinity, GCSE successes, and a range […]

Nov 19, 2021

Manchester International Festival

From teacher of English, Ms Ali: “The English department was thrilled to have attended the Manchester International Festival event ‘The Walk: When the Birds Land’ with some of our Year 7 students. The event marked the final stop of Little Amal’s (a 3.5 metre puppet) journey from the Syrian-Turkish border through 65 cities, towns and […]

Nov 19, 2021

Music Mark

We are delighted that we have been nominated as a Music Mark school for the 2021/2022 academic year! We were nominated due to our commitment to a broad and balanced curriculum and the value that we place on music at Trinity. Music Mark is the UK Association for Music Education, championing and supporting access to […]

Nov 19, 2021

The Cornick Cup

Last Saturday, we played host to the ‘Cornick Cup’ in memory of our much missed teacher, friend and colleague, Mr Cornick. We welcomed Mr Cornick’s family, friends, and past and present colleagues for the inaugural tournament in Mr Cornick’s name. We were delighted that the event has raised over £1000 for the British Heart Foundation. […]