Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School is a thriving community where we provide relevant, enjoyable and motivating opportunities for real life learning. As a Faith school, it is important for us to develop and foster Christian principles through encouraging active participation in daily worship, fostering close links with our Church and actively promoting positive faith values and ethos at all times. Our differences are celebrated as we work with, and support, everyone in our multi-cultural school community. Visitors to our school are warmly welcomed and greatly enrich our learning; encouraging as well as strengthening the link between school, home and the wider world.
Our curriculum is driven by eliciting children’s ideas and interests; creating learning opportunities that inspires and challenges all children, whatever their need and abilities, ensuring all children achieve their potential. Our dedicated and motivated staff pass on their enthusiasm to the children and, through hands-on activities and first hand experiences, make learning exciting, engaging and relevant. Through creative, inspirational teaching, children are challenged to make appropriate choices, to find solutions for themselves and develop the skills to become lifelong learners.
To provide a secure and caring environment where all our pupils feel accepted and are able to develop self-esteem and self-discipline.
To ensure access to the curriculum and inclusion for all pupils irrespective of gender, ethnic group or ability.
To provide a stimulating learning environment and high quality teaching for all pupils.
To give all pupils the opportunity to achieve their full potential through delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum that engages their interest.
To raise the expectations and attainment of every pupil in all aspects of school life and to extend their communication, literacy, numeracy and ICT skills.
To help pupils develop their spiritual and moral awareness and prepare them to make choices and take responsibilities in adult life in a multi- cultural world.
To encourage parental involvement so that we may work in partnership to support children's educational and social development and improve their economic well being.