Renfrewshire Council

Praise given to Trinity High School, Renfrew

Trinity High School received a positive inspection report from Education Scotland recently.

Head Teacher Paul Marshall and two Trinity High School pupils The inspectors visited the school early this year and talked to pupils and their parents and carers about their learning and education at the Renfrew school.

They also worked closely with the headteacher and staff to assess the impact teachers had on pupils and their learning.

The school achieved a 'very good' grade for:

  • leadership of change
  • ensuring the wellbeing, equality and inclusion of everyone in the school.

They achieved 'good' for:

  • learning, teaching and assessment
  • raising attainment and achievement.

Their report said the school's strengths were:

  • strong and compassionate leadership of the headteacher that empower staff to lead improvements across the school and led the whole school community to work together to develop and embed the very caring and nurturing ethos across the school, reflecting Gospel values
  • improved learners' experiences due to the strong approaches to monitoring and evaluating the work of departments by middle leaders
  • a strong sense of belonging and feeling valued thanks to the approaches to supporting young people's wellbeing
  • good support for young people who have additional support needs
  • young people who require additional support in their learning are well supported and their support plans are monitored and evaluated on a regular basis, and as a result, they are achieving personal targets.

Head Teacher Paul Marshall said: "I am delighted with the recent report published and the positive comments evident throughout. It is a privilege to serve our school community. The dedicated staff, our wonderful young people, the support from our parents and carers, and ethos of the school make Trinity High School a special place to learn and work."

News article published Friday 24 May 2024.