Headteacher’s Welcome
We are pleased to welcome you and your child to our school. We are proud of our children, our teachers and staff and of all who contribute to making Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School such a joyful place.  We hope that your child will soon share that pride and joy and will have made friendships which will last for many years.

Much of the school building is new.  There is a new junior building and there are new grounds.  In future years further changes will be made which will enhance your child’s education.

Our school aims to provide a warm, friendly atmosphere which, together with your co-operation, will help to make the connection between home and school one which is trusting, respectful, supportive and successful.

Parents are requested to take special note of the new arrangements regarding “Parents entering School” detailed within this prospectus

We hope this booklet provides information that will be useful to you.  Should you have any questions or queries please feel welcome to contact school.

Yours sincerely

Mike Leighton


Mission Statement

It is the general aim of our curriculum that children should learn in a happy and Christian atmosphere, so that in their future lives they will be able to communicate the same to others.

By this they will become the good citizens of the future. They will have developed qualities of mind, body and spirit and acquired knowledge and skills and the will to use them.


We work in partnership with a number of affiliated organizations. We work with the church of England, whose clergy come to speak in our assemblies and teach the children about things like the Ten Commandments and the story of Noah’s Ark. We have a corporate sponsor, Discovery UK, who donate the money we use to buy clothing and equipment for our school sports teams when they travel around the country to compete against children from other schools at inter-school sporting events. We have a board of governors, who monitor and regular the behavior and performance of the teachers and ensure that the academic performance of pupils at the school is kept at or above the national average.