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School Profile

  • 11-18 high school with 1428 students.
  • Rated outstanding by OFSTED in 2017 and outstanding by the National Society in 2016.
  • The three year average (2017-2019) of GCSE headline results exceeds national averages.
  • 2019 A-level results were amongst the best in the Manchester area.
  • New school constructed in 2011.
  • Teaching School status.
  • International School status.
  • Adjacent to both Manchester Universities, RNCM and Aquatics centre.

Trinity Church of England High School is committed to the protection and safety of its pupils and operates a Safer Recruitment policy. An appointment will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Applicants must be willing to support the Christian ethos of the school.

School Information

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What’s happening at Trinity High.

Read the latest news from our school.

Oct 16, 2020

Sixth Form Virtual Tour

Last Wednesday, the Trinity Sixth Form was launched with our Year 11 students in special assemblies led by our Head of Sixth Form, Ms Tattum. Students received a copy of our new prospectus and heard all about the jewel in the crown of Trinity – our sixth form provision, which provides a gateway to top […]

Oct 16, 2020

Examinations in 2021

Following the announcement from the government earlier this week, it has been confirmed that most GCSE, AS and A level exams will be held three weeks later than planned in 2021 to help address the disruption caused by the pandemic. The summer exam season will begin on 7th June, 2021 and end on 2nd July, […]

Oct 16, 2020

Black History Month Assemblies

Last week’s Black History Month assembly was led by Pastoral Tutor, Mr Dennis, accompanied by Angelina and Malika (Year 10) and Dara (Year 11). They explored how black history has helped to shape the history of all countries in some way, racism and the black lives matter movement. The assembly then linked these issues to […]

Oct 16, 2020

World Mental Health Day

Last Friday, our Sixth Form came together for #helloyellow to support young people’s mental health on World Mental Health Day.   Read more in our newsletter…