Head Teacher: Mrs Renfrew

Address: Glebe Street, Renfrew PA4 8TP

Telephone: 0141 886 6121

Fax: 0141 885 0694

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June ’16 Newsletter

Paper copies of the school newsletter for June 2016 will be distributed today. However, if you can’t wait that long to read what’s inside, you can download a copy here! Newsletter June 2016 Along with the Head Teacher’s message before we break up for the end of term, the newsletter includes some exciting information about…


Chivas Brothers Engineering Apprenticeship Opportunity

Engineering Modern Apprenticeship Chivas Brothers Ltd (Pernod Ricard) 4 year MA beginning in August 2016 Entry requirements – English, Maths, Physics and Craft and Design / Graphics / Engineering at Nat 5/ Int 2 level To apply go to click on ‘join us’, go to Organisation and select ‘Chivas Brothers Ltd’ and follow instructions…


Music and Events Course

Young Enterprise Scotland in partnership with Skapadeare are delighted to announce the forthcoming Music & Events Pathways Programme. The course is funded for 12 learners and open to people aged 16-30 with an interest in Music, Djing, Events Management and who would like to pursue a career in this industry.   Lunches and travelling costs…


KPMG Discovery Programme

Attention all S5 pupils. The KPMG Discovery Programme has been designed specifically with students like you in mind. As well as giving you the chance to gain invaluable work experience in the professional services industry, it’ll give you an excellent insight into the work we do here – and the way we do it. Running…




Trinity High School is a denominational secondary school in the town of Renfrew, Scotland.  The Head Teacher is Mrs Renfrew. She is assisted by three Deputy Head Teachers: Mrs Haddow, Mr Hutchison & Mrs McElroy. Each member of the Senior Management team has year group responsibility. In the most recent inspection report published in May 2011, HMIe deemed the overall quality of education in Trinity High School to be very good, noting as particular strengths of the school:

  • Polite, motivated young people committed to service for others;
  • Strong caring ethos firmly based on a community of faith;
  • Outstanding leadership of the headteacher;
  • Leadership at all levels contributing to school improvement;
  • The approach to developing young people’s citizenship skills;
  • Partnerships to support young people’s learning.

The attainment of Trinity High School pupils and students in Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) National Qualifications is most often higher than comparator schools and the national average.