Choosing a new school for your child is a very difficult decision. If you are interesting in applying for your child to join Holy Trinity, we would normally recommend a visit to the school. At the moment we are unable to do this.
If you are interested in sending your child to Holy Trinity, please read the information on this page and then phone to arrange a telephone conversation with the Headteacher. If you require any additional information, Mrs Chichon, our Early Years' Lead will phone you. It is vital that you are armed with as much information as possible in making the right choice for your child.
We are more than happy to help.
The deadline for applying for a primary school place is Midnight 15 January 2021.
Holy Trinity Church of England Academy Prospectus
For a copy of our School Prospectus please speak to Mrs Ingleton, Mrs Caldecott or download a copy.
Welcome to Reception
The Welcome to Reception booklet is an example. It will be amended slightly, depending on which induction group your child is assigned. Please find the 2020/21 version below.
Exploring Holy Trinity
To download information about keeping your child safe online, please download Keeping-Under-Fives-Safe-Online2
Wiltshire Council have produced a leaflet entitled 'Top Tips for you and your child starting school. School readiness leaflet
The School Nursing Service has put together a powerpoint that can be used to raise awareness of health issues for your child starting Holy Trinity and support available to them from the School Nursing Service. Your School Nursing Service slide show for primary school parents
'Parents are very positive about the academy. A very high number responded to 'Parent View', Ofsted's online questionnaire, to share their views about all aspects of the academy. Many also wrote at length in support of the academy and described it as being excellent with staff that 'go above and beyond' to ensure pupils' well-being and academic achievement. They appreciate the regular communications they receive from the academy and see leaders as taking time to act on any concerns they raise.'