Trinity is the Sixth Form most suited to me. The school allows me to adapt my subjects to my own way of learning – teaching me to be independent while still receiving guidance from my teachers. Sixth Form has made me realise just how community orientated Trinity truly is.

Amber (Year 12)
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Trinity is special because of the amazing Art Department. They have taught me so much and have helped me produce an art portfolio to an A* standard. I love the staff at Trinity, they are all so kind and caring. Trinity isn’t like a school, it’s more like a second home.

Emma (Year 11)

I’m proud to work at Trinity. It’s a place with a genuine sense that people care about each other and students and staff enjoy working together to achieve something. It’s the kind of community that many schools strive to be or claim they are, but at Trinity I see the reality of it every day.

Mike Allison (Teacher)

I personally think Trinity is special for several reasons. There is a very good relationship of trust and respect between teachers and pupils, as well as a community that supports you and helps you grow as a person. Trinity is a kind and nurturing place to learn.

Vaneesha (Year 11)

I personally think Trinity is special for several reasons. There is a very good relationship of trust and respect between teachers and pupils, as well as a community that supports you and helps you grow as a person. Trinity is a kind and nurturing place to learn.

Vaneesha (Year 11)
Chris Gabbett
Chris Gabbett

Welcome to Trinity Catholic School.

I firmly believe that what Trinity offers makes us a hidden gem within Warwickshire.

We are a Voluntary Aided School with a faith character – and we express that faith in a way that encourages aspiration, the development of character, creativity and kindness. At a time when there is a serious battle for the soul, meaning and purpose of education in this country, we stand firm in the belief that the greatest gift we can give our young people is a faith in themselves, a commitment to hard work and resilience, and a duty to love themselves and others in their communities.

I lead a school where rewards are aimed at making the individual and the community greater. My vision for Trinity is of a school where you will know its Catholic nature by the atmosphere in the corridors, the kindness of the students and the charity of the community – not by counting statues and crosses. Aligned to this positive culture is my belief that effective and collective student leadership is absolutely key to developing informed, responsible and proactive students – who in turn will be stronger, more resilient and more successful learners.

As a Catholic school, we seek explicitly to educate all children, regardless of their background, in the Catholic way. Education in the Catholic way means educating the whole person – and doing so in a way that enlivens and excites. My vision as the leader of a Catholic school is one of faith in God and love of our neighbour made in His image helping all of my students to be happy. We take emotional wellbeing, happiness and care seriously. Happiness matters – without that, I firmly believe, our young people will not reach their potential.

This works – right now, recent Trinity alumni are studying in Oxford, Cambridge, Russell Group universities and completing high level professional apprenticeships. Our GCSE English and Maths passes saw us hit our ceiling target – which means that we are amongst the top 25% of schools in the country for that measure.

In choosing Trinity, you will be making a choice for something different. We are a school where, no matter where you look, there is an atmosphere of care, pastoral support and love. We prize excellence, character, resilience, respect and peace. I could not be prouder to lead this great school and it would be lovely to welcome your family into our community.

Chris Gabbett
01926 428416 (ext. 222)

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Core values

High Teaching Standards

Trinity’s engagement scheme provides everyone with the incentive to fulfil their potential and to feel included. It’s not just about being recognised for academic achievement, as engagement means valuing different talents and acknowledging the effort students put in. Some learning is very challenging, especially when exams are coming up, but our teachers give us the confidence to aim high. I feel like the teachers do everything they can to push students to reach their full potential, including offering after school and lunchtime extra help. My family say they have noticed that I have gained in self-confidence during my time at Trinity.

Holly Y11

The Whole Person

Developing as an individual is easy in an accepting, diverse and vibrant community that encourages open discussion and the sharing of ideas and talents. We are a tight-knit community where students are not treated as numbers, but valued as individuals who can each offer something unique. This ethos is at the heart of Trinity. During my time at Trinity, I have had many opportunities to develop my character, from performing in music concerts, to going on school PE trips and from being part of student led groups (such as Pax Christi and CAFOD) to volunteering at a food bank and doing paired
reading. Trinity has inspired me to be better.

Cailtin Y13

Community Responsibility

Our community within the school is important to us, but so too is our surrounding local community. Community responsibility is facilitated by the school in a number of ways. Students develop a sense of team work through the house system, and groups like Pax Christi and the School Council provide structures within the school for students to become ambassadors and make a difference. Other programmes include paired reading and mentoring schemes that help to form strong connections between the younger and older students. In addition to this, older students are encouraged to volunteer in the local community on Wednesday afternoons. Community responsibility is key to Trinity life.

Georgia Y13

Sporting Success

At Trinity we train and compete in a wide variety of sports, including rugby, football, dance, athletics, cricket, basketball, netball, gymnastics and trampolining. This is offered to all year groups and played against various
local secondary schools. In this past year, we have done particularly well in basketball, athletics and rugby with some of our students going on to represent district or county teams. I think our success is down to the healthy competitive environment encouraged at Trinity. Success and engagement are celebrated in an end of year PEPA Faculty awards night. Sport at Trinity aims to be inclusive, enjoyable and promote leadership, yet we still have the ambition to win.

Drew Y9