Our story

We welcome pupils of all faiths, those of none and pupils of all abilities.
We look forward to meeting you.

Our Purpose

Proverbs 22 v 6: Start children off on the way they should go and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

We offer a unique learning community in which all are valued, nurtured, and inspired. We are rooted in God’s love for all, demonstrated in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This love allows pupils to safely question, explore and develop their character, knowledge, and skills to fulfil their God-given potential.  

Our motto is ‘Bringing the love of God into the classroom.’ & 'Enabling each pupil to reach their God given potential'  

Our curriculum is intentionally Christian, academically expansive, and purposefully challenging. It is designed to encourage, equip, and enable all our pupils to grow into responsible, independent, and confident young adults, ready to contribute to the well-being of their present and future communities.

Our History

Micah 6 v 8: ...And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.

Education* begins at home, which is exactly where Trinity began in 1978 - in a small outbuilding in the garden of two of our Founders – when six sets of Christian parents banded together to train and to mould their children. Trinity was led out to our current location in 1985, although the site has been adapted since then, and we continue to modernise and expand. 

*The English word ‘education’ comes from Latin: educare - to train or to mould, and educere - to lead out.

Our Beliefs

John 3 v 16: For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

The Founders established the school with these beliefs at the heart of it:

The divine inspiration and infallibility of Holy Scripture as originally given and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.

The unity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in the Godhead.

The universal sinfulness and guilt of human nature since the fall rendering man subject to God’s wrath and condemnation.

Redemption from the guilt, penalty, and power of sin only through the sacrificial death (as our Representative and Substitute) of Jesus Christ the Incarnate Son of God.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

The necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit to make the death of Christ effective to the individual sinner, granting him repentance toward God and faith in Jesus Christ.

The indwelling and work of the Holy Spirit in the believer.

The expectation of the personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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