Inspection of Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School
Tuesday 9th September and Wednesday 10th September 2014
A huge thank you to everyone for your support and encouragement. The Inspection Report is being written and will then be Quality Assured by Ofsted. The report should be with us within the next two to three weeks. A copy will be sent out to all parents at that time. Until we receive the final report, there is no 'Official' Outcome.
Welcome to Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School.
As a Voluntary Aided school, we have a strong link with Holy Trinity Church, and provide an education firmly rooted in Christian principles. The Aims of our school are central to all we do. By creating a caring, Christian atmosphere and a rich environment for learning, we are able to watch our children grow, not only in knowledge and understanding, but also in confidence and responsibility.
Our Ofsted report (January 2010) said that ‘Pupils’ outstanding behaviour is a prime contributor to their good progress.’ Children at Holy Trinity 'make good progress to reach standards that are above those reached by pupils in many other schools...The provision for pupils' care, support and guidance is outstanding.'
Our Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools Report (February 2010) judged the school as Outstanding. 'The school is a place where strong Christian values and the Trinity Vision ensure that school, church and community work together to ensure that every child is nurtured in a caring Christian environment where they know they are special and highly valued.'
We are very proud of our unique approach to learning through our ‘Trinity Vision’. The School is committed to providing the best possible education for all the children, extending this through the positive involvement of the Church and Community.
"Holy Trinity, a Christian Community that Helps Everyone Pursue Excellence"
Teresa Wheeler - Headteacher