The Senior School enjoys excellent co-educational facilities for students including an Information Technology suite, Creative Arts department, Music rooms, Business Studies room, a very proactive Geography department, Design Technology/Home Economics room, gymnasium, individual Science laboratories, Modern Foreign Languages taught by native speakers, with all students learning two languages, concert hall and indoor heated swimming pool.
Offering a broadly balanced and extended curriculum for girls and boys, homework is set daily and homework diaries encourage parents and families to be actively involved in their child´s learning. With strong English and Mathematics departments, our Creative Arts department also provides a vibrant and lively setting where students of all abilities can reach their true artistic potential, and offers a wide range of disciplines, taught through skill based projects.
Music at Holy Trinity continues to be strong, with students given the opportunity of entering prestigious events and competitions from across the region as well as nationally. Gifted and talented students have opportunity to take early entry GCSE and AS Music. Physical Education and sport in general plays an important role within Senior School, with sporting success, both individually and in teams, enjoyed at all levels. Biology, Chemistry and Physics are taken as separate GCSE subjects, with French and Spanish, Drama, Sports and Business Studies, Home Economics and ICT available as GCSE subjects. History is a core subject building analytical skills in all students.
Small class sizes enable Form and Subject teachers to get to know all students well, with committed Form teachers and Heads of Key Stages providing excellent care and extended support, with Senior students encouraged to take responsibility in the House System which offers the opportunity to develop confidence and leadership qualities.
Our approach provides immense benefit for all students, offering structured guidance tailored with individual attention; excellent future career prospects are nurtured through close links with visiting speakers including Leaders of Industry, Higher Educational establishments and from the world of Sport.
Educational trips and residential visits, including field study trips, language exchanges, skiing and foreign expeditions are popular with all. Our outstanding sporting record with local and national success and regular sporting fixtures with other schools provides a full programme of extracurricular activities during lunch-breaks, after-school and at the weekend. Arts are well catered for with Musical and Drama productions through the year and a thriving ‘Tech Club’ which operates our new lighting system.
Co-educational for students from 11 years to 16 years