Our 2-form entry school sits in the heart of the community surrounding South Park Gardens. We are proud of our close links with Holy Trinity Church.
At Holy Trinity we aim to help children understand that they are uniquely created by God, and are loved and valued for who they are. We support each child in achieving their full potential by providing the best possible education, firmly rooted in Christian values. We encourage children to develop a spirit of enquiry, as well as perseverance and a capacity to question, listen and discuss things reasonably with others and to work independently.
We seek to be outward looking so that we can have a positive impact on our community – locally, nationally and internationally.
At Holy Trinity, we welcome and encourage active interest and participation in children’s education and the life of the school. We believe that working together with parents/carers and the wider community provides the best support for our children.
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Autumn term would not be right without the magical month of Barvember! It has been launched in classes and the children have loved having a go at the extra challenges displayed in the welcome area! #Barvember #mathsmodelling #loveachallenge
An enormous thank you to @savills #Wimbledon and HOTS (our PTA) for sponsoring our new playground stage. It was ready in perfect time for outdoor learning week - we love it! #theworldisastage #oscarwinningperformance
Dons Local Action Group came and picked up our donations for their food bank and as you can see they were rather astounded! Thank you to all our families for your generous contributions, these will make a huge difference to many local families. @DonsLocalAction
Our love of maths grew during Maths Week London! Y6 created Fibonacci inspired art; Y5 looked at tessellation and the work of Escher; Y4 navigated their way through a Maths Escape Room and Y3 recreated pictures using a range of tangram shapes! Thank you @MathsWeekLDN
Lots of medals were awarded this morning at the Merton Y6 Athletics Event! Our pupils showed determination and perseverance and the support they gave each other was phenomenal. We ended the morning with 2 golds in both the girls and boys relay. @MertonSSP
Parents and carers, you play an important role in your child’s mental health. Check out Place2Be's free resources. https://t.co/gQzmAientD #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek #ExpressYourself #HolyTrinityPrimary
Meet #OlleeApp – a powerful new tool from @TheParentsZone to help parents support their child’s emotional wellbeing. A virtual friend in app form, Ollee will help children aged 8-11 process and talk about their emotions. Give it a try today: https://t.co/Y4AFpbVz2X
From Monday M & S will boost the £15 government voucher to £20 in their stores, but they have also released a meal plan with a shopping list so you could shop somewhere else and get things cheaper if needed. @marksandspencer 👏👏
What can you do when there’s no school and you're having to stay in? Have a go at these non-screen activities - we love the reading den! 📚📚📚
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