Our New School Video!
Please note that the Head teacher has a leave of absence from 4th March to 19th March 2024
We are so proud of Year 5 for doing such a wonderful job with their composition for the English National Opera. The ENO decided that the music was good enough to have some animation created for it.
Admissions for September 2023 -- Come and have a look around at our fantastic school -Please see our Data section.-- Admission to Secondary Schools include Wardle Academy (89%), Grammar Schools (8%) and Todmorden High School (2.94%)
Thank you for your interest in Holy Trinity CE VA Primary School.
Our admission policy invites everyone to apply to our school. Please see our admissions policy (you don't have to attend church to attend Holy Trinity).
Admissions for September 2022 are as follows;
- 83% Distance
- 16% Siblings
- 8.3% Church attendance
Current Results for Y6 for Reading, Writing and Maths combined are currently 76%.
Admission to Secondary Schools 2022;
- Wardle Academy 89%
- Grammar Schools 8%
- Todmorden High School 2.94%
I am very proud of our learning community and all the children and staff who constitute our happy school. This pride is reflected in our high academic and behavioural standards and in our relationship with our local village community and other organisations and partnerships.
As Head Teacher, I am committed to ensuring that your child gets the best possible education and educational opportunities and experiences at school - developing caring, skillful children who are equipped to continue their educational journey. We are a welcoming, happy Christian school where the importance of purposeful relationships is paramount. This is done in an inclusive, personalised, child centered, secure environment.
These ex pupils came up with the idea that they would like to coach our children on our Lacrosse Training Programme. They are doing a brilliant job as well as expanding their coaching skills. They continue to be a credit to Holy Trinity CE as well as to Wardle Academy.
Please note that the Head Teacher does not work on a Friday.
Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young children and people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
For more information please see the safeguarding section of our website under About Us> Policies
Our annual EYFS and KS1 "Can you catch me reading?" entries. The children were asked to find the strangest and wackiest place to read a book. We had some great places sent to us, all as crazy as the next! Which one is your favourite and where would you go for some quiet reading time?