Trinity Christian School
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Boarding Type
From £1,650
Day Fees Per Term
Pupils with SEN support
11 Glebe Road
0118 336 0477

School Description

Trinity Christian School is a co-educational day school located in the centre of Reading. It is based in a large Victorian house which it shares with a Christian organisation known as Arcade, a body that provides drugs and alcohol education for local schools. The school’s last standard inspection was in November 2013. The proprietor of the school is a limited company, known as Trinity School Limited. The Inspection report: Trinity Christian School, 9–11 May 2017 Page 8 of 11 school is a registered charity and the school’s governors are directors of the company as well as trustees of the charity. The school is registered to provide education for up to 17 children aged from four to 11 years of age. Currently, there are 11 full-time pupils on roll, six in the older class and five in the younger class. There are five part-time pupils on roll, whose main education provision is through home schooling. There are two pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. No pupils have education, health and care plans or a statement of special educational needs. The school opened in September 2013 and has a headteacher, deputy headteacher who is also the teacher for the younger class, and two other part-time teachers who teach the older class. Part-time volunteers teach specific subjects, such as physical education (PE), and provide additional help to pupils who are struggling. The school is a member of the Christian Schools’ Trust. The pupil body has become increasingly diverse since the school opened, and not all pupils are practising Christians. The school uses alternative provision for some PE activities.

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