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Masks/Face Coverings

As the school is now required to pay for masks, it is really important that pupils bring their own masks/face coverings.

Contact Details:

Head Teacher:
Mrs Renfrew

Glebe Street, Renfrew PA4 8TP

Telephone: 0300-300-1444


Achieving Excellence Together

Trinity High School is a denominational secondary school in the town of Renfrew, Scotland.  Faith and Gospel values are central to the school’s ethos and core values: community, equality, respect and achieving.

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.  In the most recent inspection report, HMIe deemed the overall quality of education in Trinity High School to be very good.

The school supports many local and national charities.  Trinity High School was the first Fair Trade School in Scotland and is extremely proud of its partnership with the Association of People with Disability (APD) in Bangalore, which was established through its substantial fundraising efforts for SCIAF.

News Updates
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Food Bank Collection

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Letter from Director of Children’s Services

The Director of Children’s Services, Steven Quinn has written today to parents and carers following the latest announcement regarding schools and Covid-19 restrictions. Read and/or download Mr Quinn’s letter here:…

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Satchel:one (formerly Show My Homework) is our online homework software.  Pupils and parents/carers can access homework issued by teachers online.  We believe it helps support home-learning in the most simple and effective way.

Glow & Teams

Glow is Scotland’s nationally available digital environment and can support learning across the whole curriculum. Glow gives access to a number of different web services.  Sign into Glow to access Microsoft Teams.

Schools Information

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Child Exploitation and Online Protection

Find out more about CEOP and reporting your concerns on our child exploitation and online protection page. The page also has links to useful guides for parents from to support you in keeping your child safe online.


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