Stalybridge, Cheshire, Trinity Independent Christian Reviews

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“Great caring, lovely & educational environment”

Written on: 14/10/2016

My daughter has been at Trinity from Y1 (now Y3) and she has grown in confidence from being there. I beleive the small class sizes really help as instead of getting lost they get included and encouraged. The staff have great teaching skills as well as being friendly. It goes to show that not having the latest high tech equipment or modern building doesnt affect the childrens learning or social skills. Children can flourish as much as they can and what they are willing to put in. Its also… Read Full Review

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“WOW! WHAT A SCHOOL!”

Written on: 13/03/2015 by tracymorganxyz (1 review written)

Trinity Christian School is truly a school amongst schools. I work on a regular basis in 9 local schools, but Trinity has a different feel about it. There is a real peace and love about the place, indeed it feels like one big welcoming family. My children are all happy, thriving, look forward to school each morning and come home still smiling and singing. They are all doing really well, have lots of friends and love their teachers. Indeed in the 7 years my children have been at the school there… Read Full Review

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“Trinity Christian School is a school like no other!...”

Written on: 03/09/2013 by umbrellaman (1 review written)

Trinity Christian School is a school like no other! The teachers treat the students with respect and in turn the students respect their teachers! The whole school is like a massive loving family. I would defiantly recommend it to friends and family. And as a student I couldn't think of a better place to enjoy my education… Read Full Review

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“Trinity School - Saviour School”

Written on: 20/03/2013

My son joined Trinity School mid-September, in Year 4. My only regret is not getting him there sooner! This school saved my boy who, especially over the course of the previous two years, was getting "lost". With the mix of kids in his previous school and the vast class size, my son's education suffered. Only I could sort this for my son! He is now thriving. He is spoken to with respect and he in turn respects them back. He is now willing to learn and is a joy each morning, as he gets… Read Full Review

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“Amazing School”

Written on: 13/02/2013 by vivienpearson (1 review written)

My daughter is in year 11 and loves this school. She likes the small class sizes and the one to one tuition. She is part of the family of the school and not a number. She is so proud of this school. My husband and I love this school also. My daughter is turning into a lovely young lady and we know that she is receiving the very best in educaton and is safe in every way. There is no bullying at this school from other pupils or teachers! They teach all levels of children with compassion and… Read Full Review

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“Good Christian values”

Written on: 05/02/2013

My daughter has attended Trinity School since 2011, she attended another school in the area and wasn't at all progressing in a lot of the subjects she was being taught. She has a medical problem that has made her lose a lot of schooling over the years, and she received no support whatsoever all the school was concerned about was their attendance levels. Trinity Christian school have showed compassion, and have helped her with her work, they have worked around her illness and made her feel… Read Full Review

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“Poor teaching and bad track record for teaching. ”

Written on: 12/02/2011

Poor teaching and bad track record for teaching… Read Full Review

Eli77's Comment

Written on: 25/10/2013

As a parent who is seriously considering taking my child to this school it would be helpful if you could explain more about your review.

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“my son has just started in year five and at mainstrem...”

Written on: 13/02/2010

my son has just started in year five and at mainstrem school he was at the level age of nine in reading,within a month his reading level has gone up to a level of an age 11,this is how much he has been made more confident in his self. He is so much happier aswell… Read Full Review

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“It is laughable that this school is still going. As a...”

Written on: 06/02/2010 by bradwell24 (1 review written)

It is laughable that this school is still going. As a former student I would definatly NOT recommend it to any of my friends, or worst enemies… Read Full Review

Eli77's Response to bradwell24's Review

Written on: 25/10/2013

Can you explain more about why you have given this review as I'm considering taking my child to this school. From the positive reviews and what I've read on the website, I think this school would have been good for me as a child. I went to a mainstream school and was left to bullied quite badly for 4 years by pupils and on occasion by teachers without any help or intervention which then triggered depression and mental health problems so severe I could not cope in social situations or hold down jobs. I wish to do everything I can to ensure my child never has to experience the things I did. Thanks.

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“Trinity is great i love it i highly reccomend it....”

Written on: 07/10/2009

Trinity is great i love it i highly reccomend it. There is no bullying and all the teachers are great… Read Full Review

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“Trinity Independent Christian is a brilliant school....”

Written on: 01/05/2009

Trinity Independent Christian is a brilliant school. no bullying. i am there at the mo and i love it… Read Full Review

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“The strengths of this school is that they look at the...”

Written on: 07/11/2008 by thornley (1 review written)

The strengths of this school is that they look at the child as a whole and not a number, it is well run and organised with apparently limited facilities as compared to some schools.
This is a family school with a caring enviroment and anyone who cares about the welfare of their children would find it more than beneficial to send their children to this school, they are protected, encouraged, educated and loved.
Whilst the school lacks facilities it does not lack the standard of education that it… Read Full Review

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

Written on: 15/10/2006 by tweb (3 reviews written)

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… Read Full Review

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“Trinity school is from nursery to year 11. The ethos...”

Written on: 30/01/2004 by gillian (14 reviews written)

Trinity school is from nursery to year 11. The ethos of the school is Christian based. Our children are in years 7 and 9 and are very happy at Trinity. The advantage of small classes (more class tuition, less homework) outweighs the lack of some of the resources. Although there is no gym, the local park is used for sporting activities. Swimming and other outdoor pursuits, i.e. canoeing, are organised.
I believe that the small classes have encouraged my daughter to have more confidence. My son… Read Full Review

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