Curriculum across the phases – Phase Two
Phase Two – Years 9-11
At Phase Two students begin their qualifications. The academy has an excellent track record for outstanding academic success at GCSE. The journey to achieving qualifications success begins at the start of Year 9 and leads to students sitting a minimum of eight GCSE or equivalent qualifications across the three years. At least one third of each year group study the full suite of English Baccalaureate subjects and all students follow a range of qualifications that lead to successful pathways to further education, training or employment.
The range of GCSEs and equivalent qualifications offered is as follows:
||English Baccalaureate GSCEs
Art & Design
BTEC Art & Design
BTEC Health & Social Care
BTEC Performing Arts
To read more about the options and our process, please download our latest Information, Advice and Guidance booklet which is supplied to all our young people.
INVOLVE and ACHIEVE
The academy operates a wide-ranging after school extra-curricular (INVOLVE) and academic support (ACHIEVE) programme. The INVOLVE programme encompasses a wide range of activities ranging from sports and drama to our debating society and cookery. All students are encouraged to take part in at least one activity per week.
ACHIEVE provides targeted academic support and takes place each night of the week. Students of all abilities are identified and supported to make progress in their learning. The aim is to ensure that students meet their full potential and the programme provides the opportunity for more focussed, small group intervention and support.
Trinity Academy students will be set homework regularly and in line with their curriculum, age group and ability. Please speak to your child’s College Manager for more information or if you have queries with the homework your child has been set.