Trinity Catholic College
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
About Trinity Catholic College
Trinity Catholic College is a mixed, non-selective, Roman Catholic secondary school with sixth form in Middlesbrough, serving students from the age of 11-18. The secondary school is situated in Saltersgill Avenue.
Trinity Catholic College opened in 2009 as the result of an amalgamation of two local schools; Newlands FCJ Specialist Maths and Computing School and St David’s Roman Catholic Technology College.
Values and vision
Trinity Catholic College wants to be an inclusive school where all students receive a high quality education and are supported through the shared Gospel values. The secondary school wishes to be at the centre of the Catholic community and to guide students in their faith journey. The Middlesbrough school hopes for all children to be prepared for the challenges of a modern and ever changing world and wishes for them to have the qualities, motivation and ambition to achieve their goals and dreams. Students are nurtured to be imaginative, flexible and determined individuals who are focused on shaping the future and becoming active citizens. The secondary school wants all students to enjoy learning and works to offer a wide range of resources to support its broad curriculum. Students are encouraged to get involved with extra-curricular activities while at the school, allowing for them to broaden their skills and knowledge, develop new interests and experience new opportunities outside of the classroom. These include an active Student Council to develop skills in leadership and teamwork, sports clubs, music lessons and catch up subject-specific classes to help them refresh their knowledge. Trinity Catholic College holds specialism in Technology, Mathematics and Computing.
Currently there is no Ofsted report for Trinity Catholic College