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Welcome to Trinity School’s website; thank you for visiting us. We hope that this website helps you to gain a clear picture of life and work in our school. We think that what you will see is a vibrant and thriving community, with a strong sense of common purpose and a consistent focus on high standards.

Although we are a large school, which allows us to offer a wide range of courses and activities, we try to behave as if we were a very small one, with a ‘village’ feel and a big emphasis on the unique importance of each individual. We make no apology for our focus on high standards as we want the best for every one of our students: we insist on high standards in approach to learning and in behaviour. We work to offer a high standard of education and of pastoral care. We encourage responsibility, both for self and for others. Each student is encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning, and to be responsible in the way they treat others, both in school and in the world beyond school. Responsibility and care for others reflects the Christian ethos of our school.

We also seek to provide wide ranging opportunities both within the curriculum we offer and in activities beyond the curriculum so that we educate the whole person and prepare our students well for life..


Starts Monday 4 September 2017
Half Term Holiday Monday 23 October – Friday 27 October 2017
Ends Friday 15 December 2017

Term Dates for 2017-18

To view Term Dates for beyond 2017-18 please visit Cumbria County Council’s Term and Holiday Dates page here


A Level Results Day

We are incredibly proud of the results our students achieved at A level this year. Students and staff have worked incredibly hard and their excellent results are well deserved.
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Music Tuition - Information letter and forms

Year 6 Open Evening

The Year 6 Opening Evening will take place on Tuesday 12 September.
From 5pm till 8pm.

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Year 11 Key Dates

Dear parents/carers
A gentle reminder regarding some upcoming dates for Year 11 students and events taking place:

Year 11 Key dates letter June 2017 (pdf)

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French and Spanish Homework/Support Booklet - Set 1-4 Students

Dear Parent/Carer

As part of your child's homework there is a course booklet for Module 3 which is this term's work. The booklet, which has been shared with students via Office365 and links below, needs to be saved electronically so that your child can regularly refer to it for grammar/vocabulary and language structure support. The first pages of vocabulary and the translation pages may be printed out at home as they will form part of homework. It is not necessary to print all off the booklet just the vocabulary and translation sections.

Please see the letter below for more information:

Y9 Module 3 letter (pdf)

Module 3 French Student homework booklet (pdf)

Module 3 Spanish Student homework booklet (pdf)

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KS3 Diploma


Dear Parent/Carers

A gentle reminder that the evidence sheet to gather signatures to show extra curricular participation from whoever runs or organises the activity should be returned to Main Reception by Friday 16 June. This could be ANY club, team, group or volunteer work that they have participated in this year, outside of school hours eg sports clubs, cadets, theatre groups. Failure to hand in this form will affect the overall standard awarded for the KS3 Diploma.

Additional sheets can be found on the school website if required.

We are proud to celebrate the success of our students and their achievements in the KS3 Diploma by inviting those who have achieved highly to an Awards Evening on Monday 17 July 2017. Further details and invitations will follow in the next few weeks.


J Leech (Mrs)

Assistant Headteacher


Key Features of the KS3 Diploma

  1. Attendance;
  2. Punctuality;
  3. Achievement Points;
  4. Behaviour Points;
  5. Academic Performance;
  6. Extra-Curricular Participation (eg Cadets, Football, Dance, Drama).

More info is available below:

Y9 KS3 Extra Curricular Evidence (pdf)

KS3 Diploma Poster (pdf)

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SIAMS Report

Dear parents and carers,
In addition to the visits we get from Ofsted, as a Church of England school we are subject to an additional inspection: the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMs). This takes place every five years and Trinity was inspected on 18th and 19th October 2016....

Letter and full report below:

SIAMS letter to parent/carers (pdf)

Trinity SIAMS Report - 2016 (pdf)

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Co-Headteachers' Message

Welcome to Trinity School.

We are proud to serve as Co-Headteachers of Trinity School and to work in the service of this school community. It is a place of high standards, underpinned by distinctive Christian values. Responsibility for self and others is encouraged, and there are superb opportunities for all of our students to achieve very well indeed. Students are at the heart of all that we do at Trinity: their achievements academically, of course, but also their well-being and their wider development as well rounded individuals.

We offer a broad range of curriculum choices and wider activities and visits, because we are a large and popular school. However, we try to behave as if we were a small village school where every individual is well known, supported and encouraged.

We aim to make a difference to young people’s lives, to develop an awareness and respect for spiritual and moral values, so that they, in turn, can enrich the lives of others. We want our students to leave us with the values, knowledge and skills to lead a full and fulfilling life.

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Mr D Kay
Mrs S Johnston

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Please remind your child(ren) to empty their lockers by the end of term, any contents that are left in the lockers after 20 July will be destroyed.

If you wish to rent a locker next year the annual charge remains at only £5, payment can be made now through Parent Pay, however if you wish to make a cash payment we will make arrangements to collect during the first week of the academic year.

For information on our locker allocation system please read the letter and reply slip below:

Student Lockers Letter (pdf)

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GCSE and A Level Results

Our GCSE and A Level results can be viewed below:

GCSE + A-Level Results (pdf)

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Please Download our Prospectus

Trinity-Prospectus-2017 (pdf)

Supp Admission Form 2017-18 intake

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Homework Planners

In a move to ensure that standards of recording homework are consistent across the school, we would appreciate it if you could reinforce the following with your child/children when signing their planners on a weekly basis. All homework must have these key pieces of information recorded in the planners:

  • Subject which set the homework.
  • Details about the task to be completed.
  • Due date for the homework.

For more information read the letter below:

Use of Planners (pdf)

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Performance Tables

View our Performance Tables.

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Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

The Pupil Premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to help raise the attainment of pupil premium pupils and support them in reaching their full potential.

Students are eligible if they meet any of the criteria listed below:

  • They have received Free School Meals at any point in the last 6 years.
  • They are in the care of the Local Authority
  • They are the children of Service Personnel

Read more in the letter below:

PP Letter Yr7-11 (pdf)

Details of how we use this money to support the students in the curriculum are included from the links below:

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Year 7 Catch-Up

Sixth Form - Parents' Online Booking

Sixth Form Parents' Evening Booking System

Please visit:  https://trinity6thform.  to book an online appointment. Parents' Guide for Booking Appointments can also be viewed here - ParentGuide (pdf). A map of our Sixth Form School building is available to view here: Sixth Form Map
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Lower School - Parents' Evening Booking System

Lower School Parents' Evening Booking System

Please visit our Lower School Parents' Evening Booking system. Parents' Guide for Booking Appointments can also be viewed here - ParentGuide (pdf). A map of our Lower School building is available to view here: Lower School Map  
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School Maps

A map of our lower school layout can be viewed here: Lower School Map (pdf) A map of our Sixth Form layout can be viewed here: Sixth Form Map (pdf)
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Uniform Changes - Trutex Direct

Changes to Uniforms for 2015-16 are as follows;

  1. A clip on school tie for all girls.
  2. A white collared shirt capable of being worn with a tie, for girls.
  3. An additional ‘flash’ of colour to add to V neck jumpers, for Year 11 students.
  4. A specified range of skirts, trousers and shoes (See ‘Uniform Guidance’ in the handbook).

Information on School Uniforms can be found here:

trutexdirectPlease do feel free to take advantage of this service by following the Trutex link You should use the School Code LEA00667SC when making your purchases.

For more information read: Uniform letter July 2015 (pdf) For an example order read: Uniform Order Example-Trutex (pdf)

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Ofsted. Dear Parents and Carers.

Our visitors from Ofsted spent April 15th and 16th 2015 with us. We are pleased to release the full report and letter below:

Ofsted letter (pdf)

Trinity School - Report Published May 2015 (pdf)

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Please visit the RAISEonline website for information from the Department of Education for  interactive analysis of school and pupil performance data.

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Report System

For information about our new behaviour report system please view the pdf document below:

Report System

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Homework Policies

View our Homework information:

Homework Policies (pdf)

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Literacy and Progress

Literacy and Progress

It is vitally important for all our students to make progress in English and Mathematics.

To this end, we regularly monitor progress, and use a wide range of intervention strategies to help students achieve their full potential. It is very common for students to have some type of intervention or 'booster' lessons at some point during their time at Trinity School, regardless of their ability level.

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Trinity School Prayer

God of Adventure,

You call us to follow your Son,

in transforming the world:

inspire our minds by your Spirit

and fill our hearts with your love,

that we may grow into the people you intend,

reflect your life in the world

and bring all those we love to you

for the sake of Him

who gave His all

Jesus Christ, Our Lord.


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Please visit our Special Educational Needs page here.

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