Trinity School, Teignmouth

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Coordinates: 50°33′22″N 3°30′04″W / 50.556°N 3.501°W / 50.556; -3.501

The gates of Trinity School

Trinity School in Teignmouth, Devon is a co-educational, primary and secondary school. The school was founded in 1979 as a joint Roman Catholic and Anglican school. The main school building was originally constructed as a monastery in 1879. Today the school consists of a Nursery, Preparatory Department, Senior Department and Sixth Form which offers boarding accommodation for students. Its facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, rugby pitches and a climbing wall. The Headteacher is Mr Lawrence Coen.

Trinity recently featured in the Top 1000 English Secondary Schools, and has been awarded the prestigious "Excellence Award" from the Independent Schools Association. It has also been awarded 'Outstanding' by an Ofsted inspection conducted in early 2010.

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