Trinity Vision: A Christian Learning Community
To be a strong Christian community in which children and adults – made in the image and likeness of God - flourish. Where pupils achieve the very best educational outcomes, enabling them to make good life choices and to take their place as citizens of the wider world.
At Trinity there is:
A place at the table:
- to be seated
- to listen
- where all have equal value
Trinity Values lead us:
- to be practice Restorative Justice
- to be mindful
- to see and find what is beautiful
- to be hospitable
- to work for justice and inclusion
Trinity life is established on the three pillars:
Learning - Leadership - Relationships
As a learning community we:
- seek to be open to new learning
- share our learning
- reflect and evaluate with others
- do not believe intelligence is fixed
- never give up
- value books and reading
- are immersed in a rich cultural life
Our buildings are learning environments, demonstrating God given beauty, key vocabulary, a rich culture and celebrating children’s work and achievements.
The visual environment reflects the diversity of our community.
We believe in vocation and seek to enable children to explore life choices in career and relationships.
We are ‘a grammar style school’ aiming to offer the very best for every child within a formal, traditional academic framework enriched by sport, music, art, and preparing children for fulfilling working lives.
The school serves the needs of all who come, regardless of religious faith, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.
Trinity is pro-active in working for inclusivity and justice.
We are a Woodard school and our life reflects that tradition of excellence. We are immersed in the catholic tradition in the Church of England using signs and symbols to create a strong common life.
The use of colour, icons and incense at Trinity highlight the significance of non-verbal modes of communication and that everything conveys meaning.
Trinity culture (uniform, vocabulary, visual imagery, school song, prayer corners etc) give pupils a sense of belonging and shared identity and builds pride in the community.
We are always seeking to praise and create a climate of celebration.
Children are taught Trinity Etiquette so that all members of the community benefit from:
We are an outward looking community and make connections, locally, across London, nationally and internationally so that pupils benefit from a sense of belonging and community.
All members of the community are leaders, of themselves and their actions.
Leadership is encouraged at all levels and all have the opportunity to exercise leadership.
Formality, in our public events and relationships, gives structure and character. A sense of theatre and performance bring enjoyment and fun.
Worship expresses who we are. In worship we rehearse how we relate to one another:
- in celebration
- by listening
- valuing shared silence