This page contains links to some of the School policies and information about our School and how we operate.
The school holds a mass of documentation including policies on our Church School ethos, behaviour, discipline and exclusions, anti-bullying, child protection, admissions, e-safety and charging and remissions.
We have summarised those that may be important to you. If are a parent of a child at School and would prefer a hard copy, please let us know and we will arrange this you.
All are policies are underpinned by our vision statement.
Holy Trinity CE Primary School is striving to be a fully inclusive School that services our local community. Through the love of Jesus Christ, we are preparing our children to be future caring, responsible citizens in a diverse society. Our children will be given every opportunity to grow, spiritually, academically, socially and to achieve their full potential within a safe, happy, Christian school family.
John 10 V 10 – Life in all it’s fullness
Our admission number is 30 children each academic year. If you are applying on faith grounds for a place at School, you should complete the Diocesan supplementary form and return it to School.
The closing date for admissions to primary schools for September 2023 is January 15th 2023. You can apply for places between September 2022 and January 15th 2023.
If you would like to look round our family School, please visit us on our open day or ring us at School, and we would be very happy to arrange for you to visit us.
We occasionally have some places in different year group throughout the School; if you are interested in one of these places, please contact us at School for further information.
Additional Financial Information
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We work hard with our parents to ensure that we have a good relationship. Any concerns you may have are dealt in the first instance by informal discussion with the School.
Class teachers are available at the beginning or end of the day to discuss any concerns regarding your child’s education and welfare; Mrs Whitaker the Head Teacher is contactable via the School office.
Mrs. Breen, our attendance officer is often the first point of contact in the School office and Mrs. Lord, our learning mentor is also available to talk to parents about any issues or problems.
Any formal complaints are dealt with in line with the complaints policy below.
Our Chair of the Governing Body is Mr. P Vercoe who you can contact in writing via the School office.
Please do come and talk to us if you have any concerns . No problem is too small and often better dealt with at an early stage.
This Accessibility Policy and Plan are drawn up in compliance with current legislation and requirements as specified in Schedule 10, relating to Disability, of the Equality Act 2010. School Governors are accountable for ensuring the implementation, review and reporting on progress of the Accessibility Plan over a prescribed period.
Single Equalities Policy
At Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School we have commitment of the staff, pupils and governors of Holy Trinity Church of England Primary school to ensure that equality of opportunity is available to all members of the school community.
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
Safeguarding and Child protection are extremely important and taken seriously by all the School community. Our policy ensures that concerns and referrals are handled sensitively, professionally and in ways which prioritise the needs of the child. If School has any concerns about any aspect of a child’s welfare or safety, referrals are always made to children’s social care in line with local authority procedures. This policy is updated annually in the Autumn Term by the full governing body.
Until recently there have been no procedures for reporting Domestic Abuse incidents to schools which means that our children are left without the support and nurture that they require when they need it most. Operation Encompass has been created to address this so that by 9.00am on the next school day the school’s Key Adult will be informed that the child or young person has been involved, heard or witnessed a domestic incident. This knowledge, given to schools through Operation Encompass, allows the provision of immediate early intervention through silent or overt support dependent upon the needs and wishes of the child.
At Holy Trinity our Operation Encompass Key adults are Mrs. A Whitaker and Miss J Hines.