Our Reviewed School Vision
Following our Hopes and Dreams family survey and some very in depth thinking by staff and governors, we have a new draft school vision. We will consult on it in March 2019 and the governors will agree it before Easter. It will drive everything we do in school to meet the needs of our children and adults.
When we thought about our vision we considered three big questions.
1. Who are we?
2. Why are we here?
3. How then do we live?
Our vision of course has a strong biblical basis. We are looking for one or two Bible stories that symbolise our vision. If you have any ideas let us know! Here is our draft vision. We hope you like it.
At Holy Trinity our vision is to be the best we can be: for God, for others and for ourselves. Through our hard work we want our children to acquire the very best in wisdom, knowledge and skills to raise their aspirations, enabling them to grow and flourish as unique and precious children of God. We want to provide a safe and welcoming space where our children learn from our Christian values, live well together and experience ‘life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10).
This is our existing vision and aims from 2016. They will be updated at Easter 2019
Our Christian vision 'To be the best we can be: for God, for others and for ourselves' lies at the heart of all we do. Our vision is underpinned by seven Christian values which are woven through our school life. They are Love, Hope, Forgiveness, Trust, Peace, Reverence and Justice. We focus energies on ensuring the children and our wider community understand how these guide our everyday lives. As a result of the work we do, children here have good relationships with each other and with adults, understand the importance of spiritual and moral dimension to a fulfilled life and have a strong awareness of social responsibility. We have received the Liverpool Diocese Church School Award 2 in recognition of the close links we have with our church. We have also recently earned the UNICEF Rights Respecting School Award and are proud that our children understand and uphold the United Nations Convention of Human Rights of the Child.
We expect that children make at least good progress from their very different starting points and go on to achieve the very best outcomes in reading, writing and mathematics. We are also committed to our children flourishing in a much broader sense so they become eager and positive learners, self-disciplined, good attenders, respectful, healthy, fully aware of the dangers of the 21st century and enthusiastic participants in the wide range of extra-curricular activities that we offer through our status as a Children's University.. Please take time to look more deeply below at some of the work we have been doing.