Brizes Park

Brizes Park

Trinity School is located within the magnificent 73-acre site of Brizes Park. The primary school is located in a purpose-built classroom block which was completed in 2003.

Winter moat

The moat

Since the school has occupied Brizes Park, the grounds have been extensively developed, including the planting of around 100 trees and opening some of the old walks around the Park. The moat, originally constructed between 1250 -1350, has also been restored to its former condition. English Heritage considers this feature to be a national monument and have taken photographs of the moat as an example of quality restoration.

Another feature of the grounds is an attractive 6-acre area of natural woodland, containing many mature trees and a diversity of wildlife, including badgers, deer, foxes and a variety of songbirds and which has provided a rich source of nature for the students to observe.

The above features offer a rich source of nature for the students to observe and study, clearly providing them with a truly unique educational setting.

Primary Classrooms

Primary Classrooms

Ten new Primary classrooms were completed in January 2003; an adventure playground was added in August 2007 and increased in size in 2016 in preparation for our new Outdoor Learning Programme; a swimming pool, cycling track and the Primary Nature Garden have been added since.

Further developments happened during 2016 such as the renovation of the tennis courts into a Multiple Sports Court where tennis, netball and 5-a-side football can be played. The back field is now set up with a tag rugby pitch, another 5-a-side football pitch and a 400m running track.

The playground facilities have been increased by adding the tarmac area as another secure play area which includes a basketball court and a mini road track.