Knowledge-Rich Curriculum for pupils at Trinity Academy

Trinity Academy has “an aspirational curriculum for all pupils.” (Ofsted, June 2022)

A Trinity Academy education has led to our Sixth Formers’ fantastic successes in gaining places at top universities including Imperial College and Cambridge University.

This is because from Year 7, their learning was grounded in our ‘knowledge-rich curriculum’.

We carefully select what we teach and the order in which it is taught using a range of bespoke textbooks designed by subject experts at the Future Academies Curriculum Centre.

Trinity Academy, London

On each step of their learning journey through Key Stage 3, Trinity pupils can see the connections between what they are learning now and what they have been taught previously.

They build on their understanding in a logical way and move step by step towards a deepening command of each subject. Trinity Academy is “ambitious for all pupils to achieve highly.” (Ofsted, June 2022)

We make sure that in every subject we start by putting the essential foundational knowledge in place in Year 7. Engaging with challenging material and new subjects such as Latin through accessible and fascinating topics, stretches our pupils and develops their confidence as learners. Trinity Academy teachers have “strong subject knowledge.” (Ofsted, June 2022)

Trinity Academy, London

To teach a ‘knowledge-rich curriculum’ effectively, a school needs teachers who have studied their subject to degree level.

At Trinity Academy, our teachers hold top degrees from leading universities, so they are true subject experts in the classroom.

We look forward to welcoming you to our open events in October 2023 where you will meet students and members of staff.


For more information about Trinity Academy or to book an open day event visit
or call 020 3126 4993.

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