20th September 2017
Trinity was delighted to be informed this week that the school has been shortlisted for two National Awards from ISA (The Independent Schools Association) – one for Excellence in Fine Arts and the other for Innovation in STEM.
Headmaster Lawrence Coen commented “This is the first time that Trinity has been short listed for these prestigious National awards and so it is even more pleasing to be in two categories. Whilst we know how good the school is in many areas, including these two, it is great to be recognised by a national body. The work involving our Science Buskers, Green Car Challenge and Science based trips last year have helped with our nomination for Innovation in STEM whilst the continued amazing work produced across the school, combined with outstanding A level, BTEC and GCSE results means that we have a very good chance in the Excellence in Fine Arts category. All of this is down to the commitment and hard work of the staff, students and parents. Thank you!”
The award ceremony is on the 10th November so fingers crossed until then!