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Welcome to Chilton Trinity School

It is with great pride that I offer you this introduction to Chilton Trinity School. We are an 11-16 comprehensive school offering an inspiring learning environment for our students and staff. We are a proud member of the Clevedon Learning Trust and are committed to the academic development and wellbeing of all students in our care. We have a great team of teaching and support staff, each of whom are fully committed to creating a school that truly makes a difference to our students. We aim to develop each individual through excellent teaching and a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities, to ensure each student can become a confident, well-rounded citizen, ready to take their place in society.

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Mr T Newell | Headteacher

Our Curriculum

The Chilton Trinity School Curriculum is rich, deep, varied and challenging, taking our students on a learning journey to provide a powerful knowledge foundation for their future. ”Our curriculum is broad, rigorous and exciting.”

Learning should be engaging and ambitious, enabling students to gain the knowledge and skills they need to achieve success and fulfilment in their future lives. Our curriculum is the key to unlocking students’ futures and producing happy, confident life-long learners.

  • Curriculum - English

    English

    English

    When asked by Polonius what he is reading, Hamlet responds: ‘Words, words, words’. Framing Hamlet’s utterance within grief-stricken Elsinore we suspect words have become meaningless for the heartbroken Prince. Alternatively, is it the case that Hamlet wishes to withhold the revelation of any personal truth from the newly crowned king he suspects of killing his father. Here, we are quickly in the realms of what it is to study language and literature.

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  • Curriculum - Maths

    Maths

    Maths

    Mathematics will deliver a Rigorous Academic Curriculum: Which will give students a life-long love for problem solving and numbers. It will provide the skills to find solutions in a wide range of situations; give them an understanding of a broad range of Mathematics disciplines in preparation for the world of work; demonstrate how Mathematics is an integral part of every-day life and instrumental across a range of other subjects; and prepare students for their futures by ensuring they have mastered the knowledge they require and have the skill set to apply it.

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  • Curriculum - Science

    Science

    Science

    Our aim is to develop the next wave of scientists, who understand how science is applicable to their everyday lives; for them to challenge what they hear and read in the media, be inquisitive of their surroundings, and to never stop asking the question ‘why?’.

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  • Curriculum - Design Technology

    DT

    Design Technology

    Design and Technology is the combination of cooking and nutrition with Design and Technology. This subject is the practical application of a plethora of disciplines including Maths, Science, Geography, History and RS. Students will learn to apply their understanding of these subjects through real world scenarios, to fully evaluate the positive and negative impact of humans on our planet, how we develop as a global society and the impact of our designed world.

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  • Curriculum - Catering

    Personal Development

    Personal Development

    At Chilton Trinity we understand that the education our students receive goes beyond the academic, and that a strong programme of personal development is crucial in preparing students for their adult lives. We believe in providing many opportunities for pupils to engage with society, underpinned by our core values of Engagement, Ambition and Resilience.

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  • Curriculum - Art

    Art

    Art

    Creating Artists
    Promote creativity, imagination and self-expression.
    Rich and diverse cultural experience.
    Becoming proficient in a range of artistic media and techniques.
    Confidentially use the language of art, craft and design.
    Have a strong understanding of careers and art and designs role within society.

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  • Curriculum - Photography

    Photography

    Photography

    Creating Artists, Promote creativity, imagination and self-expression, Rich and diverse cultural experience, Becoming proficient in a range of artistic media and techniques, Confidentially use the language of art, craft and design, Have a strong understanding of careers and art and designs role within society.

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  • Curriculum - Drama

    Drama

    Drama

    Reflection on individual and group practical performance skills and ability to analyse these and identify improvements

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  • Curriculum - History

    History

    History

    No subject, country or society can be understood without its history. History provides the powerful narrative of human development, it offers structure and clarity about why the world is the way it is, why the institutions and ideas that shape our society have developed and who the people are that have both shaped it and been shaped by these forces. History is complex, challenging and engaging.? We take an active and critical role to developing historians.  We aim to develop students’ understanding of chronology, giving them a chance to gain a sense of historical eras, assessing what changes have taken place through time and identifying the factors that have influenced these changes.

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  • Curriculum - Geography

    Geography

    Geography

    In studying Geography at Chilton you will gain a deep locational knowledge alongside a sense of space and place. You will start to ‘think like a Geographer’ and not to see our subject as a set of standalone topics, but one that is interconnected and sewn together in its entirety. Interweaved throughout our curriculum will be the following concepts: Enquiry, Geographical Skills and Fieldwork, Sustainable Development, and Human and Physical Processes. These key concepts underpin all of our lessons and from them you will gain a deep understanding of how the world works. Encouraging you to be inquisitive and to question the norm.

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  • Curriculum - Health and Social Care

    Health and Social Care

    Health and Social Care

    Throughout our lives we rely on a wide range of health and social care services. Students will gain a comprehensive knowledge through independent research and practical application, bringing them genuine real-life experiences from outside the classroom. Thus, developing empathy, kindness, compassion, and fun! Building on this knowledge, health and well-being will be applied holistically, engaging students in measuring and interpreting physiological health and lifestyle data in relation to future risks posed.

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  • Curriculum - Information Technology

    Computing

    Computing

    We passionately believe that all students at Chilton Trinity School are entitled to a creative, dynamic and accessible curriculum which prepares them for active and creative participation and in the modern digital workplace and to safely interact in the globally connected online society.

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  • Curriculum - Modern Foreing Language

    MFL

    Modern Foreign Language

    Developing confident and curious language learners that are curious about the culture of other countries and the world around them

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  • Curriculum - Music

    Music

    Music

    Music is the perfect vehicle to help develop confident young people ready to face the challenges that await them. Music lessons are to be musical.

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  • Curriculum - Sport

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    EXTRACURRICULAR

    At Chilton Trinity, we place a strong emphasis upon the importance of Out of School Hours Learning, and to this end, students are encouraged to participate in as many clubs and activities as possible.  Provision is enabled through support staff and external providers who deliver activities relevant to the needs or expressed preferences of our students.

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  • Curriculum - Physicla Education

    PE

    Physical Education

    The aim of the PE Curriculum is to create a broad and balanced curriculum that offers all students the opportunity to develop physically and mentally to improve health and wellbeing in a fun and engaging manner.

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  • Curriculum - Religious Studies

    Religious Studies

    Religious Studies

    Religious Studies is unique subject that allows students to explore the nature of humans and our place in this world by asking big questions about life’s purpose. We want all students to feel that their voices can be heard in navigating their own worldview. Our curriculum aims to inspire, challenge and engage students in becoming ready for modern life in an ever-increasing multi-cultural society.

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  • Curriculum - DEAR

    DEAR

    DEAR

    Our Drop Everything And Read
    programme centres literacy in the school day.

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