“Encourage one another and build each other up.”  

Thessalonians 5:11 

Trinity Vision Statement


Trinity Values

Our Christian ethos is central to our school life. Our vision and values are firmly rooted in a Christian narrative and help to shape and inform day to day decisions and policies. We also celebrate moments in the day and week when individual children have especially demonstrated our school values – adding their personalised pine cone to our Christian Values Tree.

Six Christian Values are at the heart of our school community and underpinned by words from The Bible,

‘Show respect for all people.Love your brothers and sisters in God’s family. Respect God.’ 1 Peter 2:17       

‘For God is my strength in whom I trust.’  Psalm 18:2

‘Be strong and courageous;do not be frightened God is with you wherever you go’. Joshua 1:9

Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.’   Colossians 3:12

‘Encourage one another and build each other up.’  1 Thessalonians 5:11

‘For every house is built by someone, but the builder of all things is God’.   Hebrews 3:4

Trinity Aims

The aim of the Governors and Staff at Trinity Church School is to help each child in our care realise his or her potential.

We aim to:

  • Provide an education of the highest quality for each and every child.
  • Provide a caring and welcoming school based on Christian morals and values that safeguards and promotes the welfare for all.
  • Foster a life-long love of learning by providing a stimulating, rich, exciting and engaging curriculum tailored to meet individual needs.
  • Encourage children to develop extra-curricular interests to broaden their own perspective on life.
  • Develop inquiring and motivated children who are prepared for their future.
  • Encourage respect and empathy for other world faiths.
  • Make time for reflection.
  • Value and respect all members of the school and wider community and celebrate their efforts and achievements.
  • Foster a successful partnership with parents, carers, the church and community.