Catholic education is inspired by a vision of life seen whole. Catholic faith tutors us in reaching out to the fullness of human experience and to its expression in a community of life in society.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols – Archbishop of Westminster

Senior Leadership Team


Mr Shires
Head of School

Mr Shires studied Business at University in Hull after which he completed his teacher training at the University of Huddersfield. Despite moving to the Midlands 21 years ago as a Newly Qualified teacher at an inner city school in Birmingham his accent has remained. He then gained promotions to Head of Department at Myton before joining Trinity in 2007 as the Assistant head teacher for Post 16 studies. In 2012 he became Deputy Principal.

He is married with two teenage children and worships at St Peters RC Church in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. Having played both codes of Rugby league and Rugby union he is a committed Leeds Rhinos, Coventry Bears and Worcester Warrior fan.

Mr Alton
Deputy Principal (Inclusion and Pastoral Care)

Born in Manchester, Mr Alton spent his formative years in Cheshire prior to University education in Nottingham. He returned to his birthplace to complete his PGCE at Manchester University.

He began his teaching career at Nicholas Chamberlaine School in Bedworth prior to becoming a member of the pastoral team at Trinity as a Head of Year.

During his time at Trinity, Mr Alton has taken charge of the Sixth Form in addition to joining the Senior Leadership Team as an Assistant Principal with oversight for behaviour and attendance. Matt now works as a Deputy Principal with responsibility for Inclusion and Pastoral Care.

Mr Alton is a keen road cyclist and has competed in many 100 mile sportives around the UK. He is also an average golfer.

Mrs Hayden
Faculty Principal (Humanities and Social Sciences)
Whole school responsibility for KS2-4 progress and Life after Levels.

Mrs Hayden started her schooling in York attending a Grammar school and a Sixth Form College, before moving to Scotland to complete an MA in Modern History. After completing an MA She took a year out working for a charity and in the local council offices before moving to Nottingham to complete a PGCE. Her first post as a newly qualified teacher of History and Sociology was at a Catholic School in Gloucester. She taught there for two years before moving back to Nottingham to get married and to take up a teaching post in a Sixth Form College. She relocated to Leamington in 2000, when She was appointed as Teacher of History at Trinity Catholic School. In her time at Trinity She has been a Lead Teacher for Sociology, a Head of History and Sociology before coming a Faculty Principal within the school leadership team.

Miss Clemons
Business Manager

Born in Leamington Spa, Miss Clemons spent her childhood attending school in Kenilworth. At 18 she started work in office management, until 2012 when she decided to take some time away from work to embark on her solo world travels. Trekking through Thai jungles, snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef and island hopping in Fiji; travelling was all Hannah expected and so much more.

Upon returning home after her adventure, she decided to pursue her career in an education environment, and joined All Souls Catholic Primary School in Coventry as Office Manager, soon to study and progress to School Business Manager. After a very happy four years, Hannah took the leap from primary to secondary, which has now led her to her position at Trinity as School Business Manager. Her role includes managing school finances, health and safety, facilities, human resources and administration.

In her spare time, Hannah enjoys baking and running, which in her opinion go hand in hand (the more you bake, the more you need to run). She enjoys being outdoors and spending time with loved ones.