• The personal development of pupils is exceptionally well provided for because of the very strong emphasis on the values of the school, embedded across all aspects of the curriculum. The daily act of worship is partly led by pupils and means they have a deep sense of spirituality, and the sense of being part of a positive community is clear. The acts of worship seen were outstanding.Ofsted Report


Holy Trinity CE Primary School


Full Welcome

On behalf of all the pupils, staff and Governors at Holy Trinity C of E Primary School, we welcome you to our website. We hope that our site will keep pupils and parents up to date with news and events in and around our school. For our prospective pupils and parents we hope that this site will provide you with all the information about our school you require, whilst showing you some of the exciting things that happen in our school.

Mrs K O'Brien- Headteacher


Headteacher Termly Welcome

Welcome back- we hope you all had a lovely half-term. We are looking forward to the whole school topic 'Passport to the World' this term with classes learning about different continents and every Friday having a themed meal for lunch, as well as some fun school trips and Arethusa!

Here is our 'Passport to the World' themed menu for the term, with a different continent represented every Friday! Look out for updates on our school topic on class pages and the weekly blog.

We hope you have a great final term.


Stay Safe on the Internet


Internet safety is very important to us as a school. The CEOP button above enables children and young people on this site to report suspicious individuals or behavior directly to law enforcement quickly and easily. Please use this if you are concerned about anything you see on this site, as well as informing the school, thank you.



Holy Trinity House Points

The 2014/15 winners are Dymchurch! Well done and enjoy your trip to the beach.




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