LEArning

There are 14 classes at Holy Trinity, and we currently operate a two-form entry system - two classes per year group. Classes are arranged into 'teams', and staff work together within these teams to ensure continuity and progression in learning for all children. 

As a 'whole-school' we have developed our approach to Learning, using current research and our own monitoring and evaluation systems. The school is reviewed and challenged by an external Advisor on a termly basis, affirming the Self-Evaluation undertaken by the Leadership Team and the Governors of the school.  

We are very proud of our UPLIFT philosophy - a tailored learning approach which addresses the learning rate and needs of ALL children in the class. Our priority is 'Quality First' Teaching where the Teacher is responding to the needs of each and every child in their class on a daily, lesson by lesson basis. A summary of this approach was shared with parents at the Curriculum Meetings in September 2017, and further information about his approach can be given through contacting Mr Adam Beauford at the school.

Please refer to the Year Group Pages for important information for your child's class, including homework routines.

Our Homework Policy can be found at the bottom of this page.

Classes are arranged as follows :

LOWER SCHOOL

EARLY YEARS AND FOUNDATION STAGE

EYFS 

Class 1 : Mrs Katy Witcombe

Class 2 : Mrs Joanne Veryard (Assistant Head Teacher) and Mrs Paula Harris

KEY STAGE ONE

YEAR 1

Class 3 : Miss Katherine Salvetti

Class 4 : Miss Emma Whitfield

YEAR 2

Class 5 : Miss Zoe King

Class 6 : Mr Matthew Bowles - Leader of Learning (Lower School)

KEY STAGE TWO

MIDDLE SCHOOL

YEAR 3

Class 7 : Mr Bryony Entwistle - Leader of Learning (Middle School)

Class 8 : Miss Amy Morley

YEAR 4

Class 9 : Mrs Helen Camp

Class 10 : Mr Ian Jeffery

 

UPPER SCHOOL

YEAR 5 

Class 11 : Miss Hannah Stevens

Class 12 : Mrs Sarah Blake and Mrs Julie Locke 

YEAR 6 

Class 13 : Mr Adam Freeman

Class 14 : Mr Antony Barker - Leader of Learning (Upper School)

 

Homework Policy