Message from Headteacher

  ‘The personal and character development of pupils is excellently supported through, for example, the commendable pastoral care. There is an exemplary emphasis on pupils’, and indeed staff, wellbeing and flourishing.’

‘…pupils are excellently supported, whatever their starting point or background, in making expected and often accelerated progress.’ SIAMS Inspection, July 2019 

“Pupils are well behaved, respectful and keen to learn.” Ofsted April 2018

Holy Trinity is a small, caring, Church of England school, with a strong commitment to the teaching of Christianity alongside a multi-faith approach to the curriculum. We recognise and value the linguistic and cultural diversity which exists in our school. The Christian ethos of the school is reflected in a nurturing, positive atmosphere. Our  Vision encourages everyone in our school community to have the strength to aim high and be an agent of change.

Isaiah 40: 31

 Those who have hope in the Lord will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

We believe that effective learning takes place when children can work in a calm, purposeful and stimulating environment. We have high aspirations for all of our pupils and staff and aim for high academic standards, as well as nurturing children’s social development. We are a UNICEF Rights Respecting school and work within a behaviour framework of developing an understanding of rights respecting behaviour both within school and without.

Our overall aim is to enable each child to develop to his/her full potential, irrespective of age, background or ability. We do this through an inclusive, personalised curriculum that is broad, balanced, relevant and responsive to the needs of all our children. Children are taught individually, in groups and as a class. We aim to allow children to become independent, self-confident and self-motivated learners so they are ready and prepared to take on the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing global environment.

Mrs L Hall