pupils work with the local community every year
Links with the community are extensive, playing a significant part in preparing pupils for life beyond school
ISI Inspection Report, 2014

looking outwards

Our students play an active role in their local community, and we believe their doing so is central in preparation for making a meaningful contribution to whichever field they enter when they leave Trinity.

Students fundraise for their chosen charitable causes each term, lead lessons at local primary schools, visit local residential homes and host events for members of our local community throughout the year.

In 2015, in partnership with Hope4Malawi, we made a commitment to provide lunch daily for every child at Chipwepwete School. The school hosts over 600 students and is growing, following the success of the feeding program.  We have made two successful trips out to Malawi, where our Sixth Form team see first-hand how the programme impacts the lives of children and to take an active role in contributing to their education.

By playing an active role within our local community and beyond, our students have an enhanced awareness of the needs of others and cultivate a sense of service.

a thriving community