Our mission at Trinity is to provide an excellent education for all and improve the lives of our young people by providing high-quality education and experiences. The ethos of the school encourages all students to get involved as much as possible across the whole community; not just academically but also outside the classroom and away from their studies. As students embark on their sixth form studies in Year 12 there are a number of leadership opportunities from charity leaders, eco leaders, performing arts leaders, sports leaders, as well as editorial roles for our student magazine.
In order to develop our Year 13 students to become leaders within the school, and future leaders within their communities, sixth form students and staff help to choose our head students and deputies each year; these students play an important role in the leadership of the school. Sixth formers are invited to choose a role aligned to their skills and interests. Each leadership role has a clearly demarcated area of responsibility. Job specifications explaining each role, the work involved and the typical outcomes expected, are shared on the Student Voice section of the Firefly portal for all students to access. Applications for a leadership positions are made to the member of staff overseeing the role in question; together with senior staff, that member of staff will make the appointment, provide training and hold the student accountable.
At Trinity, we are proud to offer a first-class learning experience for our pupils. There are countless opportunities that are available for students to flourish and grow in to meet the demands of the world we live in.
Mr S Kenneally
Assistant Headteacher for Character Education