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Trinity Primary Academy wins national award for performance

Trinity Primary Academy has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2017 based on data from the Department of Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT (the Schools, Students and Teachers network). Trinity Primary Academy was found to be among the best performing primary schools in the country, and has enabled pupils to make progress in Reading, Writing and Mathematics which is significantly higher than the national average at Key Stage 2 and is among the top 20% across all schools nationally.

The SSAT Educational Outcomes database compares all state-funded schools in England, with the highest performing for a range of key measures presented with SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards, sponsored by Lexonik. Trinity Primary Academy will be presented with their award during the summer term at a ceremony attended by winners from across the region.

Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSAT said:

“I am delighted that Trinity Primary Academy has won an Educational Outcomes Award for Children’s Progress - top 20%. This award recognises an important aspect of the schools work, but, as we know, there is much more to recognise in a good school like Trinity Primary Academy. SSAT is pleased to recognise the quality of leadership and the hard work of all staff to ensure the success of every child. A big thank you and well done to pupils, parents, staff and governors.”

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MasterTeam Event 2017

Child 1:

On Thursday 26th January 2017, Trinity hosted an event called the Masterteam with 7 other local schools. There were 6 children per school.  Only year 5 children were allowed to compete. The hot seat round was really scary. This was because only one person from each team could compete in that round. There were 10 questions in that round. That wasn’t the only round. There were 5 rounds in total. They were based on: Maths, science, spellings, general knowledge and hot seat. 


Child 2:

On Thursday 26th January 2017, Trinity held a Masterteam event. There were 8 schools in the event, including Trinity. 6 children from year 5 participated. There were 5 rounds. We did really well in our spellings but our maths round was our weakest.  We really enjoyed taking part in the event.

MasterTeam Event - 2017


Team London Young Ambassadors Programme June 2016

Trinity are taking part in the Team London Young Ambassadors Programme. This programme is aimed at encouraging children to make a difference within their local community.

Trinity's Got Talent May 2016

Children from reception to year 6 joined in our first 'Trinity's Got Talent' competition. Over 100 children took part in the auditions and 20 acts were selected for the live final. Parents and carers watched the live final consisting of singers, dancers, comedians and a ventriloquist! Everyone did an amazing job and it was very hard to choose the eventual winner. Well done to Nikodem in year 1 who was selected to be the winner with his rendition of 'one call away'. Enjoy the video below.

KS2 steelpan workshops - March 2016

Enjoy the photos from our KS2 steelpan workshops. All children across the school got the opportunity to play steelpans. 


Glee club Matilda workshop at the Cambridge Theatre - February 2016

Our glee club were lucky enough to be invited to take part in a Matilda workshop at the Cambridge Theatre in London's West End district. Enjoy the photos.

Glee club Matilda workshop

Trinity Primary Academy given special award after being told it "requires improvement" 2 years ago. 

The future looks bright for a once failing primary school which is celebrating winning an award.

Trinity Primary Academy school, in Bounds Green Road, Haringey, was given a 'Quality Mark'- one year after Ofsted said it requires improvement.

The award is a testament to the hard work and determination the pupils and teachers have shown. "We are delighted. Part of our job was to turn the school around and now we have renewed confidence in it. The children have worked incredibly hard to develop their basic skills and they understand why they are important to them. We made learning fun but we have high expectations as well - meaning the children enjoy the challenge." 

Trinity Academy is the third school in Haringey to have been given a quality mark.

They are given to schools which show they are dedicated to improving standards in literacy and maths. 

The director of the Quality Mark was so impressed with the school that she personally visited pupils to present them with the award herself - something she had never done before.

Journey to the PSQM Silver Award

Click on the image below to view our journey on achieving the Primary Science Quality Mark.

Trinity Primary Academy vs Risley Avenue football match- 28th January 2015

Last Wednesday Trinity Primary Academy played a friendly football match against Risley Avenue Primary School. Both teams were competitive, whilst respecting the rules of the game, each other and co-operating with the referee. Three goals from Mohamed Conteh and two goals from Krystian Dimitrov was not enough to seal a victory, resulting in Risley Avenue winning 7-5. Our man of the match was Mohamed Conteh for his outstanding contribution. Well done team!

Primary Sportshall Athletics Qualifying- 8th January 2015

A squad of year 5 and 6 pupils went to compete in the Haringey Primary Sportshall Athletics qualifying heats, which took place at Heartlands High school. The squad consisted of a girls and boys team, the boys team produced some outstanding performances in the 4x1 hurdles and 4x1 sprint relay, both placing 1st. They also placed 2nd in the 4x2 sprint relay and 2x1. Our athlete of the tournament was Mohamed Conteh for his behaviour, teamwork and effort. 


Whole school gallery
2016 - 2017

Debate club trip

The year 5 and 6 debate team visited Middlesex University to watch some Haringey secondary schools battle it out in a debate. It was such an exciting day where we learnt many skills and were able to identify areas of development for our own skills.

Debate club trip

Whole school gallery
2015 - 2016

Reading Breakfast - October 2015


Halloween Disco KS 1


Reading Breakfast - December 2015


Rapunzel - Panto December 2015


Christmas Fair - 2015


Masterteam - January 2016


Year 4 - Learn about ancient Egyptians

Maths Fair - Thursday 11th February 2016


Year 5 - Science visit to Nightingale Academy

PTA - International Food Festival ‎‎(17th March 2016)‎‎


World Book Day