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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A great resource to help parents and carers to support children in Maths using the same language and techniques that is used in schools. Definitely worth checking out! https://t.co/OcWvLljS3N #mathsbonds #familyfun
Busy times in the Maths Competition world! Year 4 took part in the Emilie Times Table World Cup, coming 3rd in their league. England Rocks TTRS and Barvember Challenges complete! And some of our Y4 to Y6 pupils took part in the PMC gaining 3 Gold, 9 Silver and 7 Bronze awards!
Great idea for parents of children with sensory issues: set up a ‘escape zone’ that they can go to for peace and quiet on Bonfire Night! There are sensory tents and dark dens of various sizes at @Fledglings — some even come with light-up toys included 👉 https://t.co/hnxt2ZHPVJ https://t.co/55t0YasBj4
We are supporting the Fearless campaign in Merton. Young people can speak out about crime 100% anonymously. @FearlessORG
Learning a musical instrument has benefits that reach far beyond the music room walls. Discover how your child can #GetPlaying with us at https://t.co/TpOSrjfSgS #MovingMusicForward #MusicEd #Merton #SouthWimbledon https://t.co/b73NFaMHz1
Welcome back Holy Trinity CoE Primary School's Summer Fair! Entry is FREE - all are welcome so please join us! 😀 #fungamesforkids #bbqlife #bar #bouncycastle #raffleprizes #prelovedtoys #prelovedbooks
To celebrate International day of Mathematics and World Maths Day, two competitions were run over the month of March. Children had to explore the world they live in to find a range of maths related objects. Well done to everyone who entered—you should be proud of yourselves!
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