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What our parents say
The School is strong, not only academically, but also in music and sports, offering students wonderful opportunities
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We give our students the confidence and skills needed to be happy and successful, both while they are with us and throughout their lives. To complement learning, we work with students to develop a sense of adventure, as well as cultural and social awareness. We have many and societies, often run by the pupils themselves, to satisfy a wide range of interests such as sub-aqua, ecology, creative writing, chess and Trinity Racing, where pupils design, build and race their own cars.

We have our own, dedicated outdoor centre in the Brecon Beacons, where students stay for trips and DofE.  The Boetius Centre is perfectly situated for hill walking and navigation, climbing and abseiling, and gorge walking and caving. Located right on the south-western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park in the village of Coelbren, the centre is close to the wonderful walking areas of the Black Mountain and some of the most spectacular waterfalls and caves in Britain. The highest point in southern Britain, Pen-y-fan is nearby in the central Beacons and the local area is peppered with numerous historical sites and towns.

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