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Situated in beautiful grounds on the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire borders, our vibrant community is flourishing, building upon a rich heritage while embracing the challenges of the 21st century. We can offer an excellent education for your child, every step of the way, from age 3 18.

A home to inspiring and imaginative teaching
Achieving consistently high academic standards
Excellent recent ISI Inspection results
A wealth of extra-curricular opportunities
Purpose built sites for each age group, from Nursery to Sixth Form
Superb facilities for Sport, Music and the Arts
Facilitates a seamless transition from Junior to Secondary education
Full and weekly boarding from 13 18 years

The School offers GCSEs, iGCSEs and A levels. Students may also opt into the AQA Baccalaureate and a number of Open University courses. The EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) has proved popular. Leading to a qualification highly-regarded by universities, it sits alongside the A level portfolio. We are committed to offering a broad curriculum celebrating all: the creative; the physical; the emotional and the spiritual.
Both schools are well supported by provision of excellent facilities including many rooms dedicated to specific subjects such as MFL, Design technology and music. There is a School theatre, two superb libraries, and a separate refurbished Sixth Form building. Sport is a major feature of both schools and this is reflected in the extensive facilities available including a large sports hall, and a swimming pool. We offer a wide range of extra-curricular clubs. We offer generous Scholarships for Art, Drama, Music, Sport and Academic from Year 7. Also, our means-tested Assisted Places Scheme can offer up to 100% of fees, aimed at making a Trent College education a possibility for all.

For further information, to request a prospectus or to find out more about Scholarships and Assisted places contact: Mrs Helen Pearce-McNeill, Admissions Manager.
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