It is with great pleasure that we welcome you and your child to Holy Trinity Primary School, a Church of England Academy. You have chosen to entrust us with your most valuable possession – your child.
Over the next few years we hope to get to know your child as well as you do, provide them with the best education and help nurture and develop their personal and social skills. In order for us to achieve this, we need your help. You, as a parent, play a crucial and vital role in your child’s education and the school firmly acknowledges this.
Our school works as a team in which parents, children, staff and governors are all involved in the education of our children. We believe that children learn best in a positive, encouraging, safe and secure atmosphere.
We invite you to work alongside us and be a part of your child’s school life and a part of our school family. Your continuing interest in your child’s education is the key to both your child and our school making progress. During the school year there will be opportunities for you to visit the school, discuss your child’s progress, join in activities and if you wish to offer your help and skills, this is always most appreciated.
It is important that your child becomes an independent, successful and confident learner during their time in primary school. We will do everything we can to fulfil our responsibilities and help your child reach their potential.
Our school's aims and philosophy are summarised in our Mission Statement.
If you have any questions please ring and leave a message or email us. A member of the office staff will be checking messages daily and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Telephone: 01422 367161
Latest Holy Trinity - Halifax Events
- Easter Holidays02Apr2021
Easter Holidays - School will close for the holidays at 3:25pm on Thursday 1st April and re-open on Monday 19th April. We hope you all have a fabulous holiday. Take care, stay safe.
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9 Apr The flag at Holy Trinity is flying at half mast as a mark of respect. Our deepest condolences to HRH Queen Elizabet… https://t.co/iFsT6Zj8Nu
31 Mar Stations of the Cross today - Year 5 completed their walk, reverently and reflectively. It was rightly solemn and t… https://t.co/s8SZQxGhdP
29 Mar Year 5 have been busy learning about colour theory and impressionism in their art lessons and have put this knowled… https://t.co/sefBOTw4QA
23 Mar Watch Mrs Whetham in this video talk about the impact of covid on schools and how values of compassion, hope and lo… https://t.co/85XjY2Fo6F
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