The curriculum of Trinity School is designed to ensure breadth and balance and a positive impact on pupils’ outcomes and their personal development, behaviour and welfare. The school supports the formal curriculum with extra-curricular opportunities for pupils to extend their knowledge and understanding and to improve their skills in a range of artistic, creative and sporting activities.
The curriculum is planned to ensure that the most able pupils are making progress towards attaining the highest standards and achieving as well as they should across the curriculum. The curriculum also ensures that lower-attaining pupils are making progress so that they reach standards expected for their age.
We provide information on:
- The content of the curriculum Trinity School follows in each academic year for every subject;
- A list of the courses available to Trinity pupils at Key Stage 4, including GCSEs;
- How parents or other members of the public can find out more about the curriculum Trinity School is following.