Our Lady of Lourdes CMAT
The Trinity Catholic School is part of the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust.
The Trinity Handbook
The Trinity Handbook is the place to find information on
- Procedures and
relating to our community at The Trinity School.
Trinity Sixth Form is a centre of opportunity and achievement, which is distinguished by the care given to students and the extraordinary commitment of its teachers. It is alive with enthusiasm, energy and purposefulness, which make it a stimulating and lively place for young people to develop.
At Trinity we recognise that between the ages of 16 and 18 students progress to become independent learners and mature citizens. Important first steps are taken towards further study at University, professional training or employment and we aim to create an atmosphere where these can take place successfully.
The Sixth Form is a popular choice with students from local 11-16 schools (including comprehensive and independent) and a very high percentage of Trinity Year 11 pupils choose to stay on in our Sixth Form. In particular, the special relationship which exists between teachers and students, alongside the support of parents, makes Trinity different.
GCSE Results Day
Reviews of Marking
Last day for requesting urgent Reviews of Marking for A Level
INSET DAY (1)
Year 7 in school all day. Year 12 students in school for the morning
Year 8, 9, 10, 11, 13 return to school
Year 12 students return to school
Extended for time until 9.30am
PTA Meeting & AGM
BMAT/HAT/PAT/UKCAT exam entry deadline
Last date to request copies of exam scripts
Last UKCAT testing date
School Open Evening Y6 pupils
Fears and Hopes of 1939
Mr Howell & Mr Stevens
Beechdale Social Area
Trinity offers a wealth of opportunities for those who want to put their beliefs into practice, with liturgies, charitable activities, retreats, clubs and more all contributing to a community where faith is put into practice on a daily basis.
Trinity's chaplain works closely with the RE Department to provide a variety of ways for pupils to grow in their faith.
Pupils make the most of retreats, both in school and at The Briars retreat centre, trips to diocesan and national events, and weekly mass in Trinity's own chapel.
We are extremely proud of the charity work our pupils do, with CAFOD Fast Days, charity weeks and cake sales all playing a part. They have raised thousands of pounds for local, national and international charities.
School Gateway from Schoolcomms allows Trinity parents and guardians to make payments and receive messages.
The Trinity Association has linked up with easyfundraising.org.uk to raise vital funds for the school.