The curriculum at Trinity Academy Halifax comprises a broad and balanced range and depth of subjects, which aim to nurture high aspirations and prepare students for the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly changing world. The curriculum offer, along with quality first teaching, impacts positively on learning and progress, ensuring that all students develop both academically and as rounded citizens.
We aim to:
- Provide a varied curriculum offer to students which ensures deep understanding of individual subjects, leading to a rich body of knowledge which fosters both character development and building cultural capital.
- Ensure the best possible progress and highest academic achievement for all by tailoring the curriculum to individual needs, ensuring flexibility and a commitment to respond to change where necessary.
- Give students access to appropriate careers information, advice and guidance at all stages, and that opportunities are open to students through their academic achievement and experiences gained at Trinity Academy Halifax.
- Promote students’ spiritual, moral and social understanding by a varied Curriculum for Life programme which responds to the needs of TAH students.
All students at Trinity Academy are placed in year groups, for example Year 7 or Year 11. The academy also works in ‘phases’ and each student is placed within a phase. These allow us to identify students in particular stages of their educational development and offer a range of learning opportunities as appropriate.
Our phase system is also crucial to areas such as Vertical Tutoring. Each phase is headed by a Phase Leader, who takes overall responsibility for the academic development of students and the transition of learners between each stage of their life at the academy.
Our phases are as follows:
Please contact Hannah Tuffnell, Vice Principal (Curriculum) if you have any questions relating to the curriculum – firstname.lastname@example.org