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"Together we will work as a Christian family to provide a safe, secure and loving environment. Our school will be a place of excellence where we will nurture and value every individual to enjoy learning and achieve their potential with God at the centre."
“Excellence within a Christian Family”
Holy Trinity is a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community.
We are a school with high expectations and high standards. We have high expectations of the children, whether that is applying themselves to their learning in the classroom, having good manners with everyone they meet or when taking part in one of the many opportunities outside the classroom. We value perseverance, hard work and a positive attitude. We instill the qualities that will prepare our children for success here, at secondary school and well beyond.
As a staff we have high standards as well. We constantly ask ourselves ‘Would this be outstanding for my child?’ We strive to say ‘Yes’ to this question in everything we do.
We are a Church school, with a family atmosphere. It is a school where every child is known as an individual and where our Governing Body and supportive parents play a central role in helping us to achieve what we want for our children; an outstanding education.
If you are in the process of applying for school places, due to COVID restrictions we encourage you to visit our school via our 3D tour (available on line from 6 October 2020) and make an appointment for our Virtual Open Mornings, where you will have a 15 minute, one to one appointment. It is important that you see the school and get a sense of it. This will help you to make the important decision about your child’s primary school education.
I look forward to meeting you soon.
If you would like a school tour then press the link below and at the bottom of the following page you will see a direct link to our School Booking Home page where you can select a date that suits you.
Siams Report February 2020:
"Staff go above and beyond what is required because they are driven to love and create a safe and secure environment."
"Pupils have the opportunity to consider Christianity as a world faith, praying and communicating with others thanks to technology. They say that RE ‘helps me learn about things around the world’."
"Parents testify that their children are able to ‘explore their own unique character and individuality’ in the school, providing appropriate support for those with additional needs and those with exceptional talent."
"The friendship chair is a place where pupils can exercise kindness, as they understand that ‘spirituality is empathy towards others’."
"Staff recognise the link between pupils’ welfare and pupils achieving their potential. As a result, staff have chosen to walk pupils to school, open the school for holiday fun days."
"The nurturing of courageous advocacy is recognised by pupils."
"School values, kindness and respect, growing between pupils in such schemes as visiting the local hospice. Furthermore, resilience, another school value, is encouraged during times such as Forest School and whilst being interviewed for pupil leadership positions."
"Pupils are encouraged to take every opportunity to share their views and opinions."
"Holy Trinity pride themselves on being a family, yet what they do is go further than this.
Family life can be a place of conflict, confusion and negativity, despite this, Holy Trinity model that forgiveness, care and love with God at the centre is the ultimate aim."
"The effective assessment process shows that pupils make progress in line with expected standards, including those with SEND. Teachers use this to target and differentiate work accordingly."
"The headteacher’s striking energy, enthusiasm and passion inspires others to truly strive for excellence in a Christian context."