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Trinity is a school that is ambitious, dynamic, friendly and unpretentious, with a strong and welcoming community. This community is broad, and encompasses current pupils, parents and staff of course, but it also extends to all those with a connection to Trinity, including former pupils and their parents as well as former members of staff and others who live near to us.
Whether your connection with Trinity is current, recent or from many years ago, we are delighted to foster this network of friends and supporters. The school community will be enriched by these relationships and we welcome active involvement from members as they keep in touch, enjoy events, connect with old friends, provide careers advice or work experience opportunities, and support our fundraising efforts.
A key element of the education we provide is the diversity of backgrounds among our pupils. Trinity has always taken Archbishop John Whitgift's mission to "teach freely certain children of the Parish of Croydon of the poorer sort" particularly to heart, and we are proud of our significant tradition of providing pupils with financial support to attend the school.
There are now more pupils applying for this assistance than we can currently support through the Whitgift Foundation. To further our mission, we have established the Trinity Bursary Fund so that we can support more young people, with a particular focus on helping those from the most disadvantaged backgrounds in our area.
If you are interested in supporting this work, more information can be found in this section of the website. Please get in touch if you think you can help.
Alasdair Kennedy, Headmaster