Glebe Street, Renfrew PA4 8TP
Trinity High School is a denominational secondary school in the town of Renfrew, Scotland. 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. 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.
Children’s Parliament is engaging children age 8 to 14 years old in conversations about their experience of Coronavirus and the lockdown. They have now launched the JUNE edition of their…
Earlier this month, Renfrewshire Council asked parents and carers to submit their questions on schools and nurseries. Thank you to everyone who took part, there was a phenomenal response with…
I wanted to update you about arrangements to refund you for your payments for the above school trip. All payments will be refunded in full as soon as possible. We…
The SQA have released a guide aiming to provide learners, parents, carers with answers to some common questions about how they will deliver a fair, safe and secure set of results…
Coronavirus – Renfrewshire Schools Information
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Fr John, has been in touch to pass on his very best wishes to everyone at this time and to remind everyone that, as our chaplain, he is there to…
If you have a child who may be entitled to Free School Meals and/or a Clothing Grant and have not yet applied for this session, there is still time to…
New S1 Pupils, Parents & Carers
To help you and your parents and carers get to know more about the school, we’ve put together some materials here.
Home Learning – Please Note
Many staff will now be in the process of issuing work for pupils via digital platforms, SMHW and Teams, etc. We would like to reassure everyone that our priority is for our families to stay safe, well and happy at home, accessing education materials when they feel able to.
No one should be putting themselves under pressure at this time. Deadlines may be given as an indication of how long a task should take and to identify a submission date, should a student wish feedback.