Should we tackle?

Should we tackle? You may have seen the recent research suggesting that tackling in rugby should be banned for young people.  The RFU have been quick to dismiss it (as one would expect them to) and I’m sure there will be a ricochet back from the University this came...

Dear Trinity Community

Dear Trinity Community I hope you are well, and that your Christmas plans are coming together. Visitors to the school will have seen our Advent Candles in the foyer.  As I’ve gotten older and sought to understand what Advent means, I find myself getting more involved...

Leamington & Warwick Living Magazine

Trinity Catholic School is indeed a Catholic School but it is not just for Catholics. We are proud of a strong multi-faith and universal approach to education that seeks to educate all children in a certain way, not just Catholic children. When students leave Trinity...

Which degree is the most lucrative?

Which degree is the most lucrative? You may remember that the Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan, announced in late 2014 that the way to wealth and happiness was a science degree. In the process, she proceeded to marginalise the humanities and creative arts, whilst...

Curriculum change at Trinity Catholic School

Centrally driven educational reforms have delivered nothing short of a revolution in our schools.   A greater focus on what is deemed the ‘core’ curriculum has meant that many schools are being forced to dismiss as ‘second tier’ subjects like Design Technology, Art,...

A progressive Catholic Education.

Trinity Catholic School is well known locally and regionally as a progressive Catholic school. At our Open Evening yesterday, a parent from a local Catholic feeder school challenged me about what ‘progressive Catholic education’ actually means. To...