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Trinity School
Buckeridge Road, TQ14 8LY, UK Teignmouth
+44 (0)1626 774138


Every child is special and has the ability to achieve in particular areas of school life. In browsing this Web Site you will appreciate that Trinity offers a wide range of educational opportunities, so that all talents can develop and all children can thrive. Parents often comment on the warmth and positive atmosphere within Trinity. As a small School the environment is friendly, personal and disciplined.

In a well-balanced education, personal and moral development is possible as long as children are happy, and they feel secure and confident. On this basis boys and girls achieve. As a family School, based on Christian principles, Trinity welcomes close links with parents, and also welcomes you to visit, to talk with pupils and meet the staff. You will certainly, be warmly received.


Routine and familiar staffing help build a happy and secure environment. A child needs opportunities to develop at his or her own pace, to explore the delights of being a child and to discover that learning is fun and fascinating.

From the age of 3 months you can have your child cared for at Trinity Lodge for up to 5 days a week in whole or half day sessions. At approximately 2 years of age children will spend the school day from 8.30am to 3.30pm in Nursery 2 and from the age 3 years in Nursery 3. If you prefer you may wish your child to attend nursery in term time only, from 2 half days a week up to 5 full days.

From the age of 3 months to 5 years children at Trinity Lodge can enjoy the "home from home" atmosphere of care.

Parents can enjoy the security of knowing their children will be taken to and collected from the Trinity Preparatory Department each day by Trinity Lodge staff. Opportunities are available for children to attend all existing school clubs, after which they will be safely returned to Trinity Lodge.

Within Trinity Lodge are quiet areas for children to complete homework, with the benefit of computer access and friendly advice from trained staff.

Prospective parents are most welcome to arrange a visit, by either contacting the School Secretary, Mrs Jinx Mattinson 01626 774138 or the Trinity Lodge Manager, Mrs Patricia Ashby 01626 775716.


Situated in the seaside town of Teignmouth, the Prep Department is situated within Oakley House, a large Victorian building, overlooking the school swimming pool and fine views to the sea.

During the day, it is home to approximately 125 boys and girls, aged from 4 to 11; a well qualified and highly commited staff provide a caring, nurturing environment where children flourish.

We are a happy department and visitors remark on the friendly and happy family atmosphere. Come and see for yourself!

The Prep Department offeres a range of after-school activities to enhance learning in practical ways. Clubs run by teachers are free of charge and those run by members of the community require a small charge for their time. Prep is offered to pupils as extra study time to complete work that has missed, homework or to continue work started in lessons.


The Sixth Form should benefit you in several ways:• It should enable you to further your studies in subjects, which you enjoy.• It should provide you with the means to acquire the better academic qualifications needed for admission to higher or further education or to enhance your application for a career.• Through discussion and contact with others in the Sixth Form (in and out of the class) you should cultivate a wider range of interests.• It should help you to “mature” as a person by providing opportunities for mixing with others, for taking responsibility and for participating effectively in the corporate life of the School.To obtain the most benefit from the years spent in the Sixth Form, you must be prepared to work hard and to play a full part in the extra-curricular life of the school community.

We believe that our choice of academic and vocational courses provide a good preparation for Higher and Further Education and this is borne out by the high proportion of our sixth form leavers who move on to University. For those who seek employment, AS, A2 Levels or an AVCE qualification, provide good opportunities. Before deciding upon your course you should have discussed the matter with your parents, the appropriate staff and the Head/Deputy Head of Sixth Form. In choosing your subjects, you should try to consider whether your chosen combination is likely to be useful later. You will be allowed to re-sit any essential GCSE subjects that you have failed: in English Language and Mathematics tuition is provided. Both academic and vocational advanced levels are available for sixth form students. Students will also have the opportunity to study Key Skills Level 3 Communications or Level 2 Information Technology. In addition most sixth form students, whose first language is English, study General Studies at AS or A2 level to provide a broad education necessary in today’s society. For all international students, lessons in English as an Additional Language (EAL) are compulsory.

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