At Trinity School we value every person regarding them as uniquely created and loved by God. We seek to provide an environment and opportunities where everyone can explore what this means, primarily discovering the gifts that God has given them within a safe and happy environment. It also means that if pupils wish they can both question Christianity as well as grow in their faith through the many Christian activities, both formal and informal, that Trinity School provides.
The Head, supported by pastoral staff and external ministers, leads on ensuring that the Christian ethos of the school is present through the whole school community - The Lodge (nursery), Prep and Senior School and includes pupils, staff and parents both past and present. If pupils so wish there are many opportunities to explore what it means to be a Christian and to grow in their faith. Either through the programme of Chapel services and assemblies, form tutorial time, the Church of England Confirmation course and various initiatives and projects centred around the times and seasons of the Christian Calendar.
Whether you are a Christian or not, Trinity School's Christian ethos and values are central to its identity and to the life of the school community.