Trinity is the only special school in Barking and Dagenham and we serve the special educational needs of over 280 disabled children and young people aged 3-19.
We are very proud of our school, the successes and achievements of the pupils and our reputation within the community as a place which strives to provide the best service possible to the children and their families.
We have highly motivated and well trained staff who are committed to creating a school in which our pupils receive an outstanding education and provide a service to the residents of Barking and Dagenham which is permanent and sustainable.
We know that the community shares our aspirations that we provide high quality teaching in which achievement, attainment and progress are at the heart of our work.
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Trinity is a special school for over 280 pupils aged 3-19 with diverse learning difficulties. Trinity is the only special school in Barking and Dagenham but is currently significantly oversubscribed.
A wide range of special educational needs is reflected in the school population and we serve pupils with:
* Autistic Spectrum Condition
* Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties
* Severe Learning Difficulty
The intake is largely from assessment bases within the Local Authority 90% and 10% from neighbouring boroughs. Admission to the school may occur at any point in a pupil’s school career.
All pupils have Statements of Special Educational Need/ EHC plan or are placed for assessment purposes.
Assessments undertaken by professionals during the Statutory Assessment process provide attainment data on entry which is significantly below that of mainstream pupils