I am delighted to welcome you to Trinity Academy. We are a brand new 11-18 co-educational school, in South West London, serving a catchment area that includes Brixton, Clapham, Battersea, Balham, Tooting, Streatham and other nearby districts. 

Trinity Academy is a state-funded, independent, non-selective school. We opened in September 2014 with our first cohort of pupils joining the First Form (Year 7). 

At Trinity we have a relentless focus on academic rigour and offer pupils of all backgrounds and abilities a style of education more usually associated with grammar schools or the independent sector. Every pupil is encouraged and supported throughout their time at the school to become the best that they can be. No one will ever be written off as 'unacademic'. Trinity expects most of its pupils will go on to university, with a significant proportion going to the very best universities. 

Although Trinity is not a faith school, we draw on the best of the Catholic education tradition in academic and pastoral matters while being committed to serving the whole community and treating all pupils equally. The school is open on equal terms to members of all denominations and faiths and those with no religious background. Participation in any religious activities is entirely voluntary and at parental discretion. 

Everything we do at Trinity is based on the school values of Wisdom, Fairness, Courage and Self Discipline, underpinned by principles of inclusivity, integrity, respect and high aspirations. Trinity provides a welcoming, safe, inclusive and stimulating learning environment for pupils. The highest standards of behaviour are expected of everyone. Members of our school community must treat one another with kindness, patience and respect. 

Please see our admissions section for details on how to apply and our homepage for information about our open days and events. 

I hope you find what you are looking for in this website – please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like more information about Trinity. 

Ben Thompson