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At Trent College and The Elms, independent schools in Long Eaton, our 45 acre campus provides the perfect setting for talent and creativity to thrive. Pupils from 0-18, explore, grow and excel in an environment which is as warm and caring as it is exciting and stimulating. Every day is a chance to discover new passions and skills, preparing for a future filled with possibilities.
The two schools have one shared passion - helping all pupils to go further, and with the right support and opportunities every child can achieve their personal best. We give the highest priority to the quality of our academic provision. We are also proud of our reputation for delivering a fully rounded curriculum, with sport, music, art and drama all being important elements of an education at Trent College and The Elms
Vast opportunities inside and outside the classroom, coupled with the strongest pastoral care and support for each individual provides each child with the skills they need to flourish in a changing world.
Trent College supports every pupil in their journey to become the best they can be. Pupils aged eleven to sixteen can flourish in a leading independent secondary school that champions the individual.
Sixth Form
Our Sixth Formers are a vibrant, close-knit community of aspirational young people aged sixteen to eighteen. We provide our students with exceptional breadth of opportunity, from subject choices to diverse activities beyond the classroom.
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