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Teacher Assess Grades Online Event


Trinity Academy was pleased to welcome many families to our Teacher Assessed Grades (TAG) information evening held on Tuesday 30th March. The briefing included lots of important information for families and pupils in the lead up to awarding TAGs in lieu of public GCSE examinations in 2021, along with notices regarding the pupils’ next steps and plans for Term 6. If you have any questions, please contact the Academy through the usual channels. To watch the recording, please click here.

Report Covid Test Results


All Staff and Pupils should now be testing at home twice per week. It is important that you inform us of the results via this form.

1st March – National Offer day


Welcome to Trinity Academy!
You will have received by now the offer from your local authority and we are delighted that your child has been offered a place at Trinity Academy. If you would like to discuss the offer that you have received or require assistance on how to respond to the offer you have received, please contact us via 020 3126 4993. 

Your child’s Welcome Letter and the online admission form link have been emailed to you. In order to complete the admission process the online admission forms must be completed before the 19th March 2021. If you are having any difficulties accessing the online form or would like to request a printed copy of the admission form pack, please contact us via reception@trinityacademylondon.org or 020 3126 4993 


Target Oxbridge Success


We are proud and delighted that a pupil in our first Year 12 cohort has been accepted on to the prestigious Target Oxbridge programme. Target Oxbridge is a programme which supports high-attaining pupils from under-represented backgrounds in applying to Oxford & Cambridge Universities. Being accepted on to the programme is a great achievement in its own right. Only 160 young people were accepted on to the national programme this year, from over 1000 applicants.


MyChildAtSchool


As an academy we know how important the communication between school and home is. We would like to thank you for your support in terms of encouraging your children with their academic success and we’d like to make this even easier for you.
We are pleased to inform you that our new parent portal, MCAS (My Child At School), is now live. It will become a key means of communicating with you so we expect all parents to set up an MCAS account as soon as possible.
My Child At School is a secure online portal for parents/carers that enables you to view your child’s performance at school in real-time via the web or using the mobile app. Currently, the facility allows instant access to: Lesson Timetables; Attendance; Academic Calendar.
For more information, please click here



Responding to Lockdown an Online Art Exhibition



Trinity Academy pupils utilised whatever materials and media they had available to document a personal response to these unprecedented times. Cold coffee and tea were used as a paint substitute; in one instance, a ready-made image of a flower was produced by gluing coffee and pine nuts to paper. Some pupils took their inspiration from artists they were familiar with from previous Art lessons, with Matisse and Munch being particularly popular. Other pupils drew the view from their window, a familiar object, or even something as mundane as a cup of tea that assumed more importance. For many pupils, the online lessons were essential for them to feel a degree of security and routine while being in a new learning environment. Many felt a renewed appreciation for their school life and their teachers, echoing the refrain: "You don't know what you've got 'til it’s gone." - Joni Mitchell. Please see the gallery here.




Trinity Academy judged Good across all areas - see our Ofsted report here

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