Stalybridge, Cheshire, Trinity Independent Christian Review

Stalybridge, Cheshire, Trinity Independent Christian
★★★★☆
4.4
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tweb's review of Stalybridge, Cheshire, Trinity Independent Christian

“I moved to Trinity in the start of year ten. It was...”

★★★★★

written by tweb on 15/10/2006

Good Points
Small classes
High GCSE grades
Very friendly students and staff

Bad Points
There are not a lot of sports facilities.
No sports GCSE exam.
No cafeteria, not that I ever found that a problem, as I took in a packed lunch, and in year 11 you can go out for your dinner.

General Comments
I moved to Trinity in the start of year ten. It was very different from my previous school, as there were 300 students in my previous year, and 16 in this one. I found that when I went there I was far behind, because the classes are so small you get a lot done. When I joined Trinity Independent Christian school I was getting a level U in my English practice exams, which is unclassified. I left with a GCSE grade C and D, and I am very pleased.



The pupils are all very nice, and there is no bullying in the school. Staff are friendly, and interested in getting the students top grades, in which they do.



I would definitely recommend this school to any one looking at private school, because it's not overpriced. I met a lot of friends at Trinity, and there are lots of friends and staff who I will never forget!!

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