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 – Yr12

School Council

The Student Council enables students to become partners in their own education and make a positive contribution to the school environment and ethos.

They can make contributions to every aspect of the school community including:

  • Improve academic performance.
  • Reduce bullying and petty vandalism.
  • Helping younger/new students.
  • Reduce school exclusions.
  • Improve communication between teachers and students.
  • Help the school grow as a community.
  • Provide students with extended opportunities for Citizenship.
  • Class representatives who do not sit on the main council will be involved in sub-committees in a variety of activities e.g. researching an issue, finding out opinions, designing posters for events, publicity, charity fund raising and care of the environment. These sub-groups are accountable to the main Council.


Attributes of a good school councillor

  • People who can organise and get things done – DOERS
  • Good communicators with the ability to listen, liaise and give feedback to others.
  • Can work as part of a team.
  • Confident.
  • Able to take responsibility, act maturely and are respected and trusted.
  • Show vision of ideas.
  • Possess leadership qualities.
  • Reliable and do what they say they will do.
  • Fairness.
  • Be prepared to give up time.