Latest OFSTED Report

Please click the link below to read our most recent OFSTED Report.

OFSTED Report September 2023

Highlights from the Report

“Holy Trinity is a small school with a big heart. Pupils flourish at this warm, welcoming and
inclusive school. This is because a strong ethos of care permeates throughout the school.”

“Behaviour is exemplary. Pupils are kind and respectful to adults and each other.”

“The curriculum is highly ambitious. It ignites pupils’ curiosity and interests.”

“Pupils say that teachers make learning fun. They are resilient, confident and talk enthusiastically about their learning.”

“The school’s curriculum is rich, broad and highly ambitious. Leaders have identified the
fundamental knowledge and key skills they want pupils to know and learn.”

“The school has established a strong reading culture.”

“The school has carefully considered the importance of the curriculum for pupils’ wider
development. All pupils, including those with SEND and/or from more disadvantaged
backgrounds, experience an exceptional offer.”

Statutory Inspection of Church Schools

July 2019 Inspection: Holy Trinity graded Excellent in all areas.

We had an inspection on Monday 1st July. This inspection comes every 5 years and is carried out by a Church of England inspector. We have been given the highest grading possible and are so proud to have achieved this.

Here are some quotes from the report:

‘Teaching shows strong elements of outstanding practice.’

 ‘There is a calm, purposeful and stimulating learning environment where pupils and staff, ‘aim high’.

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

 ‘…it to be an outward-looking, harmonious and caring ‘family’.

 ‘…the high quality of courteous relationships between members of the school community. Pupils demonstrate a deep-seated respect for others.’

 ‘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.’

 ‘The headteacher effectively leads a dedicated team of teaching and non-teaching staff who place the pupils and their families at the heart of what they do.’

You can read the full report here.

Holy Trinity Final SIAMS Report


Ofsted – March 2018

We are very proud of our recent Ofsted report. Please read it in full here:

Ofsted report March 2018

Ofsted website

Ofsted Report Nov 2013