Trinity Catholic High School is a co-educational, Catholiccomprehensive school located in Woodford Green, Greater London, England. It is split between two sites, with years 7-9 on the Lower Site, Sydney Road, and years 10-13 on Upper Site, Mornington Road. There are approximately 1750 pupils, with each year of 240 pupils divided into eight form classes. For over 30 years, the Headmaster has been Dr Paul C. Doherty. The school's motto is based on Christ's maxim: "Love each other as we love ourselves". The school was formed after the amalgamation of two schools in 1976,Holy Family Convent School (Now Upper Site) and St Paul's Catholic Secondary School (Now Lower site)
The school has been judged as Outstanding, grade 1, by Ofsted on four Occasions.
In 2009 Ofsted Report Trinity was once again rated 1 – outstanding.
In 1997 Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector for schools in his annual report described Trinity as Grade 1 – “an outstandingly successful school”.
In May 1999, the Department for Education and Employment (DFEE) nominated Trinity Catholic High School as a “Beacon School” to show good practice both locally and nationally.
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector – 2000 annual report – Trinity Catholic High School has again been nominated as an outstanding school. In March 2006 Ofsted again judged the school to be Grade 1 – outstanding.
As reported in Bucks Free Press, a UK Publication, Dominic Yeatman states the following: "OUTSTANDING is the verdict returned by inspectors in Trinity Catholic High School's first Ofsted report for six years. The school in Mornington Road, Woodford Green, scored maximum possible marks in 22 out of 25 categories with an inspection team who spent two days in the school at the start of this month. In their report, inspectors wrote: "There is a clear vision and a hunger for improvement, building on the school's record of outstanding success. The outstanding and consistent leadership of the headmaster over a quarter of a century is complemented by the exceptional management of senior and middle leaders." The report noted that a high proportion of students gained the highest grades at GCSE and that progress made by students who joined the sixth form with lower grades was particularly good. Headteacher Paul Doherty wrote: "My warmest congratulations to all for a marvellous and truly outstanding outcome."