We want all our students to aim high and it is important for students to have a realistic understanding of their potential and to embark on courses in which they have a good chance of success.

For these reasons, and to have a Sixth Form place guaranteed, students must have achieved the following:

  • Five GCSE passes at grade 4 or above, including English and mathematics.
  • Grade 5/6 or above in the subjects chosen for Sixth Form study.
  • A good record of attendance, punctuality and behaviour whilst at Trinity or elsewhere and a positive recommendation from the Year 11 Senior Tutor or Assistant Head.
  • Before Sixth Form studies begin, to have signed the ‘Sixth Form Learning Agreement’ which clarifies expectations and ensures our continued belief in partnership work.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Jan 24, 2020

Mock Interviews

Last week, our Year 11s were given the unique opportunity of having a ‘mock interview’ with a representative from a local business, multinational company or training provider. We were delighted to welcome a range of representatives to interview our students, from companies such as AECOM, Buttress Architects, Cooperative Group, Manchester Metropolitan University, NHS, RAF, Royal […]

Jan 24, 2020

Year 7 Disco

Last week, our Business Studies students in the Sixth Form organised a disco for our Year 7 students as part of their course. It was a great event, with the Year 7s socialising and showing off their moves on the dance floor! Read more in our newsletter…

Jan 24, 2020

Engineering and Physics Trip

Course Director of KS5 Engineering, Ms James, tells us more: “On Wednesday 15th January, students from Year 12 Physics and Engineering visited the Tesla Showroom, Stockport, and Concorde at Manchester Airport. At Tesla, we learnt about some of the features of their cars such as how they are designed to have the highest safety levels […]

Jan 24, 2020

‘Mental Toughness’

Following the mock exam results in the first week back, the Year 11 students gathered in the main school hall for an assembly of two parts. The first was a presentation by Mr Westmoreland and Mr Cann which outlined the main milestones remaining in Year 11, emphasising that there is ‘no time to waste’ in […]