Trinity Catholic High School
Redbridge, United Kingdom
About Trinity Catholic High School
Trinity Catholic High School is a denominational, co-educational secondary school in Woodford Green, Essex. There are 1725 students on the school roll, 467 of whom are in the sixth form.
Founded in 1976, the school’s motto is "love each other as we love ourselves". Its most famous former student is Olympic gold-medal-winning athlete Christine Ohuruogu.
Dr Paul C Doherty OBE
Values and vision
Religious teachings play an integral part in the Trinity Catholic High School ethos. The school operates on the belief that all are sons and daughters of God, equal in dignity to each other. This establishes a cohesive and tolerant community, in which students and staff alike are dedicated and resourceful in achieving their aims.
The secondary school also prides itself on being a multi-cultural, international school. Extra-curricular trips have included French and Spanish film days at the British Film Institute in London, ski trips to Colorado and Austria, and music tours of Holland.
“Students enjoy being at school. Each student is made to feel important. They report that the school knows them, cares for them and encourages them to do their very best. They receive praise when they try hard, behave well and succeed in the many different activities on offer.”