District - Medway Borough Council
Headteacher - Elizabeth Baines
Designation - Independent
Sixth Form - Yes
Gender - Co-Ed
Religion - None
Trinity is a specialist independent provision for students with dyslexia, dyspraxia, language and communication difficulties as well as those with additional learning difficulties, such as autistic spectrum conditions and Asperger’s Syndrome. It has been recognised as an educational provision which can support learners with anxiety and adjustment challenges.
Close to the centre of Rochester, Trinity provides a safe and secure area for play and socialisation. The school occupies four Georgian houses, with the college just five minutes away at 41 New Road.
At the school are specialist art rooms, a science lab, food technology and life skills classroom, catering and hospitality kitchens and learning zones, an ICT suite, a library, textile room and an occupational therapy resource room plus a further 15 classrooms.
All students have an Educational Health and Care Plan in place and are funded by their local authority.
Trinity provides high-quality specialist provision in a calm, caring and supportive environment.
Ofsted 2020 stated ‘Aspirations are high across all phases’. Click here to see the latest Ofsted report.
Trinity is registered by CReSTeD as a ‘Specialist Provision School, Corporate member of the British Dyslexia Association.