Our Values and Ethos
Trinity Catholic College:
“An Inclusive, Learning Community Living Out Gospel Values”
“Trinity Catholic College is a caring and inclusive college. We have established a strong reputation and are held in extremely high regard by the immediate and wider community.
Together in our ‘state of the art’ £20+ million college and refurbished and separate Sixth Form block, we ensure that our students receive the very best education possible with resources and facilities second to none. Students starting at Trinity are encouraged to build on their prior knowledge to quickly become part of an ethos that nurtures talents, embraces collective and individual strengths and enables learning to flourish in a safe and secure environment.
From 1st September 2018 we became part of the ‘Nicholas Postgate Catholic Academy Trust’ alongside schools from Middlesbrough, Stockton and Redcar.
The new academy has opened up a future of fantastic opportunity for both staff and students during which we will continue to develop, in partnership with 22 primary schools and 4 secondary schools, a comprehensive 3-19 Catholic education strategy for all our students whilst maintaining Trinity’s own unique character.
My vision for Trinity is that we continue to be at the heart of the Catholic community. We are proud of our culture and diversity, and are dedicated and fully inclusive in the college mission to support the development of young people through shared Gospel values, enabling all students to achieve the very best possible outcomes.
We want each of our students to be nurtured at Trinity to enable them to face the demanding world of the 21st Century with confidence and hope. We urge them to be team players and to develop the imagination, flexibility and determination so each one of them will want to shape the future not respond to it.
At Trinity, we always endeavour to make the school experience exciting, demanding and enjoyable. We value the good relationships between staff and students and are proud of our warm and friendly atmosphere. Working in partnership with parents/carers is very important to us.
We welcome visits to the college at any time.”
Mrs L Dwyer