Trent College is a co-educational, independent day and boarding school for 11 to 18 year olds situated in Long Eaton on the border of Nottingham and Derby.
As a private school founded in 1868, the school combines the traditional with the modern, with the main building sitting at the heart of a striking 45-acre campus, complemented by modern facilities and creative spaces.
Students are equipped with the life skills to make the most of opportunity and the mindset to question and challenge.
This comes through nurturing confidence and inquisitive minds by combining robust, diverse academic challenges with a huge variety of extra-curricular opportunities that encourage students to find enjoyment through excellence in whatever they love, from the arts and sport to subject-based distinction, debating and more.
We pride ourselves on being one of the best schools in the East Midlands, so if you are looking for an independent school in the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire or Leicestershire areas or for a UK boarding school, then Trent College could be the perfect choice.
To have an exceptional reputation for providing a first-class all-round education for boys and girls which ensures the best-possible start for their future and enables them to be the best they can be.
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 and The Elms. This, coupled with a focus on the strongest pastoral care, makes us a school that nurtures young men and women to be the best they can be in terms of achievement and character, enabling them to flourish in a changing world. This is what stands at the very core of Trent and The Elms.
- Reginald Philip Abigail, District Commissioner of Arakan during the fall of Burma in 1942
- Rex Alston, Cricket commentator
- Albert Ball VC MC, English World War I fighter pilot and flying ace
- John Birch, former Master of the Choristers at Chichester Cathedral
- Sir Howard Colvin, architectural historian
- Harry Daft (1866 – 1945), England footballer
- David Gillmore, Baron Gillmore of Thamesfield 
- Georgia Groome, actress
- Simon Hopkinson, cook and author
- Reverend Kenneth Hunt, England footballer and Olympic gold medallist
- Holly Kenyon, actress
- Clopton Lloyd-Jones, scorer of only goal of 1880 FA Cup Final
- Vivian MacKerrell, actor
- Alexander Obolensky, Russian prince and rugby international
- Kukrit Pramoj, thirteenth Prime Minister of Thailand
- Seni Pramoj, three times Prime Minister of Thailand
- Geoffrey Whitehead, actor
|邮编 Postcode||NG10 4AD|
|最低年龄 Start Age||3|
|最高年龄 End Age||19|