Parent Teacher Consultations
Parent Feedback Page
Transfer to Secondary School
Keeping in Contact
If you have a query and would like to speak to a member of the school office then please contact us using the contact details below:
We do have an answerphone message system if you need to leave a message.
Telephone: 01429 864376/855620 for absences please ring 855620
Snow and bad weather - If for any reason we have extremely bad weatherand feel it is necessary for the children to go home, we will inform parents via our twitter feed so they are able to collect their child as quickly as possible.
PAPER COPIES OF ALL POLICIES ARE AVAILABLE IF REQUIRED FROM THE SCHOOL OFFICE
Reading/English Information please click on items below, will open in PDF form.
Thrive is a therapeutic approach to help support children with their emotional and social development.
All TA's have had thrive training.
Mrs S Wiles (TA) Lead Thrive Practitioner
If you would like to find out more information about Thrive please click on the 'Thrive Emblem'
Regiser here to find information about keeping your child safe on the railway
When children join the school we ask parents to give their consent to our Home School Agreement.
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Follow your class on twitter -
Privacy Notice for Pupils (download here)
Parents are always welcome at Holy Trinity School and if you feel that there are any problems whatsoever, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
The class teacher is your first point of contact. After speaking to a class teacher, if you would like to make an appointment to see a member of management, Mrs Wheeldon and Mr Bull are the Deputy Headteachers. If you would like an appointment to see the Head or Deputy Head please contact the office. We hold a visit for new parents to talk to the Reception Teacher, Headteacher and TLR holder responsible for Foundation/Key Stage 1 in July.
Any other parental visits from new parents can be made via appointment with the school office, where arrangements can be made for a tour of the school for the parent and child. If you are unable to make the session through work commitments and so on, please contact school and alternative arrangements will be made.
Click link to read our Pastoral Care
Throughout the year we arrange many activities for parents and children, such as Sports Day, Fund Raising Fairs, Christmas Services etc., when we hope you will join us at School or Church. Details are in the weekly newsletter, well ahead of time.