18th November 2017
The Headmaster recently attended the Independent Schools Association (ISA) National Awards Dinner in Birmingham where Trinity had been shortlisted for two awards - Inovation in STEM (Science) and Excellence in Fine Arts. This was the first year that Trinity had entered the competition and so just to be shortlisted was quite an achievement. Therefore, to win the ISA National Award for Innovation in STEM was fantastic - especially as some schools had entered for the past 7 years and never won.
The Headmaster, Mr Lawrence Coen, commented "This is largely due to the hard work and commitment show by our staff and pupils involved in Science and Psychology Buskers but also as a result of the improtance placed on STEM subjects within the school, especially for girls looking for future careers in these areas. We are very proud to have received the award and it shows what happends when you have a vision and commit to it."