Our School Vision

“I can, you can, together we can” is the motto of our school and one that works exceptionally well for us. At Holy Trinity School children develop independence and a spirit of togetherness that is built on a warm, caring ethos and Christian values.  All children and staff are treated equally, irrespective of race, culture, beliefs, gender, age or disability.

Our philosophy is to care for and educate each child as an individual, building upon their strengths and talents and giving extra support where necessary. We encourage close links with parents and members of the school community, believing that a partnership between parents, school and church is the best way to ensure that each child achieves the most they can.

“Pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is outstanding. The strong links with the neighbouring church help foster pupils’ development”. (Ofsted 2013)

Our Mission Statement

At Holy Trinity Infant School all children come first and all children succeed. We are on an adventure of learning, loving and laughing together, in a nurturing environment which holds Christian values at its heart.

Our Aims

In order to fulfil our mission we have identified the following aims

  • to provide an atmosphere that is happy, stimulating, safe and welcoming
  • to foster positive attitudes to learning so that children can develop enquiring minds
  • to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that engages learners, raises standards and includes opportunities for children’s spiritual, emotional, physical, moral and social development
  • to enable children to use and apply learned skills that foster independence
  • to provide an interactive and exciting learning environment
  • to provide high quality teaching and learning experiences
  • to provide equality of opportunity so that each child can develop to the best of their physical and intellectual ability, regardless of gender, race, culture and religion
  • to support the development of self esteem and self confidence so that every child can feel accepted and valued
  • to foster warm partnerships between parents, governors, school, the church and other agencies
  • to encourage children to show respect for the feelings of others within school, in the local community and the global community beyond