This is the main entrance to Trafalgar School which is based on London Road, Hilsea.
This is the front of Trafalgar School, which can be seen from a distance on the opposite side of the road.
How do I get there?
Use Google Maps to plot your route to school.
The route marked in blue is from our school to Trafalgar School.
Map out your route from your road. Can you find more than one route?
Going to a new school is a big step but the Headteacher, Mrs Copeland, at Trafalgar School is certain that her school will offer you a great experience.
You are bound to have lots of questions as you embark on your new journey. The Year 6 Transition page on the trafalgar website has all the information you need. Take a look at the Welcome videos, the Virtual School Tour and A Day in the Life of a Student video.
Part of your transition will be identifying with and becoming part of a new school with new rules, routines and of course a new uniform. It is nice to start the new year with a new uniform and this year it will be even more special as you embark on an exciting new journey.
In your new school, you will travel round to different classes for your lessons but will have a tutor group – a bit like our classes at school. These are slightly different though as you will have students from all year groups in a tutor group.
Here is some information about how tutor groups work.
One of the big differences about secondary school is the range of different subjects you will learn, which will broaden your horizons.
Explore the different subject departments on the Trafalgar website
If you start your time at Trafalgar and you think that there are things that you do not agree with, then why not put yourself forward to be a school councillor and use your voice to have an opinion and be the voice of your peers to hopefully bring about change.
Take a look at Trafalgar's Student Leadership page
Extra Curricular Clubs
As well as different subjects, Trafalgar will offer you a wide range of clubs that you can take part in after school and during lunchtimes.
One concern you may have is bullying as you transition to your new school – DON’T BELIEVE THE RUMOURS! As with our school, there is a strict no bullying rule and there are plans in place should anyone ignore this rule.
Visit the Anti-Bullying page on Trafalgar's website
The School Day
Your weeks will look different at Trafalgar School as you will have a timetable that spreads over two weeks so that there is enough time for all subjects to be taught. These will be in your planner along with other important information about homework etc.
It will be your responsibility to ensure you organise your time effectively to get all homework complete on time; the keywords here are independence and responsibility.
Take a look at the School Day page of Trafalgar's website to read about a typical day.