The Trinity Catholic School

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Secondary with sixth form
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 11 - 19 years

About The Trinity Catholic School

Trinity is an Ofsted "Good" school where personal development, behaviour and welfare are rated as "Outstanding".

Trinity School is a high performing school recognised for its excellent academic standards and outstanding care and discipline. We are a caring community and work collectively to ensure that both students and staff are happy and flourish during their time here. 

Our development and training opportunities are tailored to meet the needs of all our staff. The opportunities provided ensure that teachers and fellow professionals are supported to be the very best they can be. In addition, through our partnership with the Nottingham Teaching School Alliance, we have developed a suite of training modules to add to the existing support and guidance that new teachers receive on entry to the profession.

Trinity is part of the Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust which brings together the 21 Catholic Primary and Secondary schools in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire.  Our priority is to ensure the very best Catholic Education for all young people in our community, whatever their circumstances. We will achieve this together, through a strategic approach to sharing best practice, effective challenge and support from a central standards and performance team and opportunities for high quality Continuing Professional Development offered by the CMAT’s teaching school, The Nottingham Catholic Teaching School Alliance.

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Address: Beechdale Road, Aspley, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG8 3EZ, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 115 9296251
What people say about us

Pupils' behaviour is excellent. They are polite and courteous. They understand the Catholic values of the school and fully respect fundamental British values. They are proud to be members of the school's community.

- Ofsted