Our ‘no excuses’ approach instils strong learning habits ultimately helping students become more successful and happier.
At Trinity, we build a partnership between parents, students, and teachers that puts learning first.
View the Impact Reports from Dixons Trinity Bradford and Music Primary - the schools that have inspired Trinity Chapeltown.
Dixons Trinity students know that there are no shortcuts when it comes to success in academics and life.
Students choose activities, from a broad variety (such as drama, chess and STEM), to pursue in weekly arts and games.
We eat lunch ‘family dining’ style, during which children learn to serve themselves and each other.
Students' enjoyment, academic success and future opportunities depend upon them being highly literate and numerate.
Every day, students are required to revisit prior learning in order to interrupt the forgetting of knowledge.
Meet Jenny and Michelle, two of the #behaviour advisers working with us on delivering the Behaviour Hubs Programme. Behaviour Hubs will partner schools with the best behaviour with those that want support to improve.