College

At our specialist 16 – 19 provision our young adults will have their own personalised study programmes.

Our vision is that every Trinity College student will continue to gain confidence to learn for life, and realise their individual aspirations about further education and / or employment.

Our College team are made up of qualified and dedicated Lecturers who have specialised in SEN teaching, have specialist qualifications in Autism and Dyslexia. They are committed to making the difference by working with learners to overcome barriers to success in accredited course, vocational learning opportunities and through personal and social development qualifications and awards. Students within the college continue to work towards meeting their Educational, Health and Social Care Plan objectives as well as achieving GCSE, Functional Skills, Entry Level, vocational and personal and social development qualifications.

Trinity College have a developing and increasing range of partnerships with other organisations will be enable us to provide a holistic but dynamic personalised study programme.

All College students continue to have access to specialist Dyslexia Support, Speech, Language and Communication, Emotional Welling and Occupational Therapy as required.

Life after College

Many of our learners gain the confidence to move on towards further educational provisions including mainstream and some have gone on to gain degrees. Our past learners keep in touch with the school and college and we have been able to celebrate their achievement at graduation ceremonies, congratulate employment secured and achievements at colleges both in Kent and further afield.

Those learners who are not ready to enter the mainstream facilities at the age of 19 may consider the new Trinity Gateway which will focus on preparing for independence and meaningful employment.

For further information about our exciting new development, please contact ebaines@trinityschoolrochester.co.uk.