Rooted in our Christian faith, we seek to live and learn together in the family of God. We want our children, families, staff and our wider community to grow, flourish and bear much fruit. This is based on Jesus’ teaching in the gospel of John Chapter 15 where he says, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit.”
At Holy Trinity School:
- We believe that every person is of immeasurable value and is created uniquely in the image of God and has gifts and talents to share with their community.
- We want every person to feel welcome, safe and a sense of belonging to our community.
- We believe that every member of our community should be inspired, challenged and encouraged to grow and develop.
- We believe that we must learn to love one another and work together being a source of encouragement to one another.
In order to grow and flourish our children need:
- To know that they are loved and accepted and that they are uniquely made in the image of God
- To have opportunities for worship and spiritual development and to develop good values for life in community
- Excellent teaching of speaking, listening, reading, writing, mathematics and ICT so that they acquire foundational learning skills
- An inspiring and adventurous curriculum experience that creates excitement and compels children to want to learn and ask questions
- Clear feedback, praise and encouragement in their learning
- The use of innovative technology to enhance their learning experience
Our vision is realised through our community development plan, which seeks to ensure that our school community is continually improving and developing and we grow and learn together in the family of God.
“In life, each person can take one of two attitudes; to build or to plant. The builders may take years over their tasks, but one day, they finish what they are doing. Then they find they’re hemmed in by their own walls.
Then there are those who plant. They endure storms and all the many vicissitudes of the seasons, and they rarely rest. But unlike a building, a garden never stops growing and while it requires the gardener’s constant attention, it also allows life for the gardener to be a great adventure.”