Facilities

The Sixth Form Centre is built to house 300 students. At a cost of £3million, it provides:

  • Specialist provision and purpose-built classrooms
  • A study centre and resource base
  • IT facilities for everyone
  • Catering and leisure facilities

Each student is in a small tutorial group of 15 and the support provided by the Sixth Form Tutor will be personalised according to individual needs. Our Head of Sixth Form coordinates academic and pastoral support needed.

 

Expectations

We regard our Sixth Formers as responsible young adults who will be looked up to and respected by younger students in the school. For this reason, our standards and expectations will be high. Regarding appearance, there is no specific Sixth Form uniform, although everyone should adhere to a smart, professional dress code. Our Sixth Formers are, of course, role models for the rest of the school.

 

Location

Situated close to Oxford Road and the city centre, Trinity is easily accessible from all directions. Trinity is also an integral part of the ‘Oxford Road Corridor’ and the wider educational campus which includes the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the Royal Northern College of Music, the Science Park and Manchester Business School — all of which are our immediate neighbours. This makes Trinity a major part of an outstanding educational provision at the heart of Manchester.

What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

May 14, 2021

Athletics

Head of Physical Education, Ms Barrett, tells us about an athletics event that took place through the Manchester Schools’ PE Association: “Last Friday, our Year 9 athletics team had the opportunity to compete against other schools in the annual Manchester Schools’ Athletics competition.  This year, the event was structured differently with the emphasis on participation and […]

May 14, 2021

Creative Writing Competition

Congratulations to a number of Trinity students, whose work has been published in the ‘Connecting Stories’ anthology, following their participation in a creative writing competition. The initiative was funded by Art Council England, with an aim to increase children and young people’s interest in reading and writing, and to promote diverse voices and stories. The […]

May 14, 2021

Face Coverings

As part of the government’s move to Step 3 of the roadmap, from Monday, 17th May, new advice applies to the use of face coverings by staff and students in schools in England. Face coverings will no longer be recommended for students in classrooms or communal areas, in all schools. Face coverings will also no […]

May 14, 2021

School Calendar – 2021/2022

The INSET days have now been confirmed for the 2021/22 academic school year and can be seen in the table below. A copy of the calendar can also be downloaded from our website: www.trinityhigh.com/parents/school-calendar/   Read more in our newsletter…