Knowing the pathways to a successful future
All students have age-appropriate access to further and higher education providers in line with the Provider Access Legislation, including visits to local universities. Local providers such as South Gloucestershire and Stroud College visit the school to speak to our students.
All students have encounters with employers across their time at Trinity, including careers fairs, work experience placements and visits from local and global businesses, such as Deloitte.
Students are taught about post-16 pathways through the PSHCE curriculum and through one-to-one meetings with our Careers Advisor in Year 11.
Our character framework promotes and tracks the characteristics needed to thrive in wider society and the workplace. Namely: working hard and persevering (Head), being kind and polite (Heart), and participating fully (Soul). Students’ progress in these three areas is reported to families three times a year.