Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for my child to attend Holy Trinity?
Please read our Admissions Policy, and complete the admissions form.
How is the day organised at Holy Trinity?
8.45 Early Learning work
9.00 Start of school day, register is taken and lessons begin
9.05 Late bell
10.45 Year 1, 2 and 3 playtime
11.05 Years 4, 5 and 6 playtime
11.50 Reception Lunch
12.00 Year 1 Lunch
12.10 Year 2 Lunch
12.15 Year 3 Lunch
12.30 Years 4, 5 and 6 Lunch
3.15 School ends
What clubs are available for my child to attend?
A variety of clubs are run throughout the year. Please see details here.
Who do I talk to if there is a problem?
In the first instance, always talk to your child’s class teacher. If the problem continues, please make an appointment with the Phase Leader (Mrs Marshallsea for Reception, Ms Saddington for KS1, Ms Thomas for years 3 and 4 and Ms Piper for Year 5 and 6). If the issue relates to your child's special educational needs, please make an appointment to meet with Ms Thomas. If the issue becomes really serious, please make an appointment with Ms Thomas, Deputy Head and finally with Mr Haughton, Headteacher.
How do I volunteer?
Please collect a form from the school office, which needs to be completed and handed in at the school office.
When does term begin?
Please click here to see our term dates.
How do I apply for Free School Meals?
Please click here to download the application form, which needs to be completed and handed in at the school office.
How can I support the school?
You can contribute to the School Fund, which is a voluntary contribution of £1.50 per family each week. You can also volunteer with the school or to help with the Friends.
How can I help my child learn?
There are many ways in which you can assist your child with their learning, and here at Holy Trinity we believe that parent involvement is vital. Please help your child to do their weekly homework and encourage them to take pride in it. Hearing them read and reading to them is great to help them build their vocabulary and broaden their imagination. Your child’s teacher will have set them targets which you can help them practise at home. There are also a variety of web links on the pupils area of the website, which contains educational games and activities.