Senior Leadership Team
- Mr M McKeever
- Deputy Headteachers
- Mr J. Dexter
- Mr A. Brennan
- Assistant Headteachers
- Mr R Bennett
- Mr S Manderson
- Miss C McGrath
- Mr S Wadsley
- Mrs S Wilkinson
After many months of consultation and preparation, Trinity School became an Academy on July 1st 2012.
We have joined with Our Lady's, St Mary's and St Teresa's to become St Barnabas Catholic Multi Academy Trust. It is hoped that in time St Augustine's will join us.
We are hopeful that the change of status will impact positively on the school and allow us to progress as a Catholic Educational community.
Please remember us in your prayers.
Organisation, History and Ethos
- Overview: General introduction to Trinity including exam grades at GCSE and A-Level and information on facilities, provision and visiting the school.
- History: The evolution of the school since its beginnings in 1844.
- Bishops' Statement: Statement by the bishops of England and Wales on Catholic Schools.
The Trinity Catholic School is Committed to Safeguarding
“Every child should be kept safe.”
Everyone has a responsibility for safeguarding children and young people. If you are worried that a child or young person is being abused, report your concern. Contact Trinity School’s Designated Senior Persons for Safeguarding and Child Protection on 0115 9296251/9296252.
- Mrs S Wilkinson (Assistant Headteacher),
- Mrs E Aitchison (SENCO) or
- Mr McKeever (Headteacher).
Or contact Nottingham City Children and Families Duty Team on 0115 8765600.
Read the report (http://schoolsfinder.direct.gov.uk/8925404/school-profile).
DfE Performance Data, Ofsted Pages and Inspection Reports
The Trinity Handbook
Policies and Documents