Holy Trinity Curriculum
At Holy Trinity we believe that we must provide all children with a broad and balanced entitlement to learning which encourages creativity, focuses on key skills and inspires in them a commitment to learning which will last a lifetime.
Our ultimate goal is that we teach for creativity – striving for everyone to become creative learners. Our children will be taught to …
- Think independently with the strength to be different
- Be good collaborators, open to the ideas of others
- Be articulate, be good communicator and to be skilled in the art of asking and answering questions
- Be reflective problem solvers and confident to take risks
- Think sideways and ..
- Love learning
Click on the Year group links on the menu to the right for more detailed curriculum information.
Holy Trinity School uses the Singapore Maths method. For more information, see Singapore Maths Parent Workshop.
Holy Trinity School uses the “Letters and Sounds” phonics programme which starts in the Nursery and continues through Reception, KS1 and KS2. When children are working on the higher phonics phases the “Support for Spelling” programme is then used for planning.
In all year groups the children access differentiated support for phonics and our TAs are highly skilled to deliver intervention groups. Regular training and parent workshops are available so that parents are able to support their children at home.
In March 2014 Holy Trinity celebrated the arrival of a huge amount of new books. The children have enjoyed these books and the impact regarding progress in reading has been fantastic.
‘The new books have made a really big difference to reading in Reception’ – Mrs Watkins (Reception Year Group Leader)
Our reading volunteers regularly support children in their reading across the school. If you are interested in volunteering please contact the school.
Key Stage 1 and 2 Curriculum Areas:
- Design and Technology (DT)
- Physical Education (PE)
- Information, Communication Technology (ICT)
Personal, Social and Health Education and Citizenship (PSHE+C) is a non-statutory subject but at Holy Trinity Primary School we consider it to be an essential core subject which helps your child enjoy learning and achieve success.
For additional information regarding our school curriculum, please contact us by phone or email – see CONTACT US.