At The Trinity Academy, we are proud to make Christ at the centre of all we do. We belong to a Catholic Academy and we ensure that Christ is at the centre of all we do.
The document ‘Christ at the Centre (2012)’ firmly places Catholics schools and academies at the heart of formation in faith.
The Right Reverend Malcolm McMahon states:
“In the midst of this legitimate diversity, all Catholic Schools share something in common; they are rooted in Christ; who is to be the centre of their life.”
“Unless a school had Christ at the very heart of all that it is and does, it cannot be a Catholic school. The ethos of our schools is not something extrinsic to the various aspects of a school’s life. Rather, the Catholic ethos – and its concrete expression in liturgical prayer, assemblies and the teaching of religious education is fundamental to our schools, giving them true and lasting value.”
We make this our mission in our school, to put Christ at the centre of all we do, so that children, families and staff can see Christ in all that we do.