Savile Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2ES

01422 367 161

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About Us

Welcome to Holy Trinity Primary School, A Church of England Academy.

Holy Trinity School was first established in 1813. For many years Holy Trinity had a separate Infant and Junior school. In 1997 they became one school and in July 2012 Holy Trinity converted to an Academy. In September 2007 we moved into our new building.

We are immensely proud of our school building and grounds. We have 18 teaching rooms, each equipped with an interactive whiteboard, 7 group rooms, a large hall and apse which can be divided into 3 separate teaching areas, a large resource centre including a library, a nurture suite and 31 place ICT suite. Although our building is on two floors, both are accessible from ground level due to the slope on the land. We also have an internal lift and a well equipped medical room. Each class has two sessions a week in our computer suite and we have IPADS shared across school to use within the classroom environment. We have separate outside play areas for nursery and reception, and a large playground and trim trail. The playground has numerous markings, based on the national curriculum, which enable the children to learn at playtime and can be utilised for outside lessons. In addition we have a large sports field, and a MUGA pitch that is used for PE, after school clubs, and sports activities. We have a fantastic outdoor ‘Nature Area’ with woodland and wheelchair/buggy friendly path. There is also a wildlife pond, bug houses and animal habitats for the children to enhance their knowledge of the natural world around us. We have a ‘Reflection Garden’ providing a quiet peaceful area for children and adults to enjoy, and a picnic area for outdoor learning.

As an academy, we are able to constantly review and adapt the curriculum to suit our learners whilst covering the Foundation Stage Early Learning Goals, the National Curriculum, National Numeracy and Literacy Strategies. In Foundation Stages, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children will experience a range of teaching approaches which includes whole class, group or individual teaching depending on their individual needs and the subject being taught.

 

"Classrooms are happy, attractive places where learning moves at a crisp pace. Relationships are strong. Pupils are eager to learn and they rise to the generally consistent high expectations of staff across the school."

Ofsted February 2018

 

Ofsted Report 2018

                

Holy Trinity have a two form intake with a maximum of 30 pupils per class.

Class Structure

Foundation

Nursery – Class 1 – morning

Nursery – Class 2 – afternoon.

Reception – Class 3 and 4

Key Stage One

Year 1 – Class 5 and 6

Year 2 – Class 7 and 8

Key Stage Two

Year 3 – Class 9 and 10

Year 4 – Class 11 and 12

Year 5 – Class 13 and 14

Year 6 – Class 15 and 16

 

School Day – Start and Finish times.

Nursery – Morning: 8:45am till 11:45pm (doors open at 8:40am)

Afternoon: 12:30pm till 3:30pm (doors open at 12:25pm)

Government guidelines specify that all Nursery aged children are entitled to 3 hours a day. We do have the facility in school to offer the children the extended hours. Further information is available in the Nursery Handbook. Click here to view.

Foundation and Key Stage One - Start at 8:50am and finish at 3:15pm

Key Stage Two - Start at 8:50am and finish at 3:25pm

 

Worship

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Worship starts at 9:00am till 9:15am

Thursday is Praise and Prayer starts at 2:30pm till 3:00pm

Friday is celebration Worship starts at 2:30pm till 3:00pm

 

Extended Schools

Trinity Tigers is our before and after school club held in the Community Room.   

For more information about Trinity Tigers, click here

Holy Trinity holds a Tots group on a Tuesday morning in the Community Room.

For more information about Trinity Tots, click here 

 Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools Report

"All members of the school community agree that they feel valued and affirmed through the school’s vision of ‘Guided by God, and as a child of the community, children will love to learn and learn to love, being the best versions of themselves as they journey with hope to a brighter future’."

Statutory Inspection of Anglican Methodist School 2018