Trinity School and College continues to offer a nurturing environment for young learners in Years 7 and 8, recognising the anxieties that transition from the Primary Phase can pose.


Within Year 9 young learners enter a Transitional Programme which takes a step by step programme of learning, leading to nationally recognised accreditation in Year 11.

At Year 10 learners make their first choices for study, with a range of one year and two courses within choices subjects.

Core Subjects:

English (iGCSE, ELC)
NCFE Certificate of English (ELC, L1, L2)
Functional English (ELC, L1, L2)
Mathematics (GCSE, ELC)
NCFE Certificate of Maths (ELC, L1, L2)
NCFE Functional Mathematics (ELC, L1, L2)
NCFE Information Technology Qualification (L1, L2)
NCFE Functional ICT (ELC, L1, L2)
OCR Science (GCSE, ELC)
OCR Science in the Workplace (OCR L1, L2)
OCR Religious Education (OCR ELC)
NCFE Personal and Social Development (NCFE L1)
ASDAN Bronze, Silver and Gold Award Cross Curricular Programme
ASDAN Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (L1, L2)
ASDAN Wider Key Skills including Improving Own Learning; Problem Solving and Working with Others (L1)
ASDAN Employability (ELC, L1, L2)
NCFE Occupational Studies (NCFE L1, L2)
OCR Physical Education (ELC)
Choice Subjects
OCR Food Technology
OCR Design Technology
NCFE Catering and Hospitality (L1, L2)
NCFE Retail Studies (Occupational Studies) (L1, L2)
OCR Languages (ELC, GCSE)
Art and Design (Trinity College London, Arts Award ELC, L1, L2)
OCR Geography (ELC)
OCR Child Development (ELC)
Sports Leaders Award (L1, L2)
OCR Psychology (GCSE)
History (GCSE, ELC)
History Project (GCSE)
OCR iMedia (L1)
NCFE Business and Administration (ELC, L1, L2)
NCFE Land Based Studies (Occupational Studies) (L1, L2)
NCFE Travel and Tourism (Occupational Studies) (L1, L2)
NCFE Art and Craft Design (L1, L2)
NCFE Performing Arts (L1, L2)

All learners in Year 10 and above have progressive pathways which identify their current study programmes and their position within that course.

Access to ongoing therapies, intervention and support is identified in the learners personalised learning programmes.

The courses provide young people with a greater range of choices in Year 12 within further and higher education. Those young people who continue to need the specialist provision within Trinity are able to stay on to the College provision.