Trinity High School is a denominational school which serves the communities of Renfrew, Erskine, Inchinnan, Bishopton and the Gallowhill district of Paisley. A number of pupils from the City of Glasgow attend the school as a result of placing requests. The roll was 954 when the inspection was carried out in March 2011. Young people’s attendance was in line with the national average in 2009/2010.
Particular strengths of the school
- Polite, motivated young people committed to service for others.
- Outstanding leadership of the headteacher.
- Leadership at all levels contributing to school improvement.
- Strong caring ethos firmly based on a community of faith.
- The approach to developing young people’s citizenship skills.
- Partnerships to support young people’s learning.
The following area for improvement have been agreed with the school and education authority:
Continue to develop in line with Curriculum for Excellence, building on strong practice, to ensure:
- clear progressive pathways for all learners;
- stimulating and challenging learning programmes; and
- greater responsibility for young people in progressing their learning and achievement.