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Our ‘warm-strict’ approach instils strong learning habits ultimately helping students become more successful and happier.
Why I work at Trinity
At Trinity, teachers can teach, students can learn, and it is cool to be smart.
The student experience curriculum aims to ensure that all students engage in a range of experiences that support personal development and build cultural capital.
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Dixons Trinity students know that there are no shortcuts when it comes to success in academics and life.
We eat lunch ‘family dining’ style, during which children learn to serve themselves and each other.
Speaking and listening skills are explicity taught and practised so that all students are confident, fluent and articulate in talk.
Students participate in a wide range of weekly co-curricular arts and games such as rowing, chess, dance, drama and STEM.
Throughout their education at Trinity, students pledge to meet key milestones in order to develop a true sense of purpose.
The house system embodies the values of Trinity. It is an integral part of our culture with all students competing in a wide range of inter-house events.
We provide students with opportunities to engage regularly with employers and develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful in the workplace.