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Holy Trinity C of E

Primary School

“Every child, every chance, every day.”

Visions and Values

"Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day"

Vision

"You are precious and honoured in God's sight."   

Isaiah 43:4

 

At Holy Trinity we believe that all people are precious and honoured in God’s sight. From this belief comes a desire for all in our care and in our partnerships to experience life in all its fullness, as promised by Jesus.

 

We embrace the spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, moral and social development of our young people.

 

All that we do is underpinned by the modelling and promotion of six core values. These are: Peace, Hope, Friendship, Respect, Honesty and Forgiveness.

 

We offer a vision of human flourishing for all, one that embraces excellence and academic rigor, but sets them in a wider framework.

School Aims

 

  • To provide an ethos that celebrates differences, encourages dignity and respect and raises aspirations.
  • To ensure that all adults act as exemplary role models in line with the schools’ Christian values
  • To deliver a broad, balanced, exciting and relevant curriculum enabling all pupils to flourish academically and creatively.
  • To provide a wide range extra curricular opportunities
  • To deliver high quality teaching enabling pupils to discuss, explain, enquire, be critical, analyse, empathise and interpret.
  • Through daily acts of collective worship provide opportunities for pupils and staff alike to reflect on local, national and international events and to engage in invitational prayer.
  • 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.
  • To provide a safe and stable environment where pupils are confident to discuss worries and concerns and understand the importance of their mental health and well-being.
  • To provide a learning environment which enables all pupils to form healthy relationships and make positive life choices.
  • To provide a broad and balanced physical education where all pupils are encouraged to appreciate the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
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School is open on Monday 32rd March 2019. It is no longer a Staff training day.
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