On behalf of the whole of our school community we would like to welcome you to Holy Trinity CE Primary School’s website.
Holy Trinity is a thriving, popular school that serves a diverse and vibrant local community, in the heart of Southport town centre. We are committed to supporting all our pupils in reaching their potential and we are proud of the high standards they achieve. We are very proactive in continuing to improve the quality of learning and teaching and we are committed to fostering the development of children’s experiences in the widest sense through a creative and engaging curriculum. As a Church of England primary school our Christian values sit at the heart of all we do: we work hard to enable all of our children to flourish in the widest sense as unique and special in the eyes of God.
We see ourselves as having a very important role in the life of our local community. We are a Christian school with strong links with our church. We are committed to living our lives based on Christian values and our mission statement is very important to us. It was written in strong consultation with our staff, governors and families. We are proud to have two Liverpool Diocese Church School Awards for the links we have between church and school and in our last church school inspection we were judged to be an “Outstanding Church School”.
We believe strongly that our school has a wider role to play beyond the school day. We are proud to be a Children’s University and we organize a wide range of children and family clubs at lunchtime and after school. We also provide before and after school care as well as a holiday club that runs during the school holidays.
Our families say that developing healthy lifestyles in our children is very important. We have the Healthy School award as well as the Active mark for the work we do in supporting our children to become physically active, understand the importance of healthy eating and how personal well-being is central to a happy life. We have the Bike It School Silver Award recognising how cycling keeps us fit as well as being good for our environment. We believe strongly in looking after God’s world and celebrating the diversity of humankind. This includes fighting for justice and equality. As such we are proud to hold the UNICEF Rights Respecting School Award.
Our staff work extremely hard and are dedicated to our children and families. We believe a happy and professionally well supported team of adults in school is crucial to our children’s learning and progress.
We hope you find our pages informative and enjoyable and that you get a real insight into the workings of our happy and successful school.
Mrs. Sue Mawdsley, Headteacher