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A Warm Welcome from our School

A Warm Welcome from the Headteacher

Welcome to our school website, it is designed to give you a glimpse of our school and is packed with information that parents/ carers will need to know. If you are a prospective parent we hope the information on the website is useful. Please contact the school office if you wish to the visit the school and we will be delighted to show you around.
We believe that children succeed best when there is a real partnership between parents/carers and school. The dedicated staff will encourage your child to achieve high standards, socially and academically, as well as to enjoy learning in a friendly, secure, caring and happy environment. Our recent Ofsted March 2012 confirmed that “This is a very caring school in which all pupils are valued”, we are also proud that we offer a curriculum that is broad and balanced and that we provide a good variety of extra-curricular and enrichment activities.

We are a Church of England School – “Christian values are central to the life and work of Holy Trinity Church of England Infant School and have a good impact on children’s self-image, confidence, achievement and behaviour.” (SIAS March 2012)
We look forward to welcoming you to our school and working with you to ensure that your child is a happy, successful learner.

Sandra Langley
Holy Trinity CE Infant School & Nursery


The aims of our school

To provide a caring, safe and welcoming environment in which everyone has a voice and feels valued and respected.

That the school’s Christian ethos will underpin all aspects of the life of the school while recognising and respecting other faiths and cultures.

To engender a love of learning with high quality teaching through a creative and inspiring curriculum recognising each individual child.

To enhance the well-being of all children by promoting healthy lifestyle choices and encouraging positive behaviour.

To build a community of happy, successful, independent learners equipped with the skills and knowledge for the next stage of their learning journey.





Latest General Events

Reading & Writing Evening01Oct2014

18:30 pm - 19:30 pm @ School Hall

Ways to help your child to read & write. Parents & Carers invited to attend (no children)

Harvest Festival in School14Oct2014

09:10 am - 09:40 am @ School Hall

All parents and carers welcome to attend.

Parents' Evening21Oct2014

17:00 pm - 19:00 pm @ Classrooms

Appointment sheets will be outside classrooms.

Joint Harvest Festival with the Junior School22Oct2014

09:30 am - 10:30 am @ Holy Trinity Church

All parents and carers welcome to attend.

Parents' Evening23Oct2014

15:30 pm - 17:30 pm @ Classrooms

Appointment sheets will be outside classrooms.

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