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Christian Distinctiveness

Please click on the link below to read our Vision Statement & Values Document

A moving moment from our Easter Service...

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A moving moment from our Christingle Service...

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Vision Statement
With faith we live, learn and grow together.


Spirituality Statement
We consider it important that children are given strong moral and spiritual guidance as part of their education, so they are able to judge right from wrong and develop their own spirituality.  


At The Trinity we believe that spiritual development is not necessarily religious but is a ‘concern to foster the growth of the human spirit’.  We consider that spiritual development is about helping children to develop academically but more importantly personally so that they become well rounded and ready to take their place in society fulfilled, happy, spiritually aware and socially and emotionally engaged. We believe that spirituality is essential for personal happiness. No child is complete without spiritual engagement, be it through art, music, literature, nature etc. 
 

 

Christian Values

Our Christian values are based on how God created each one of us to follow in his footsteps. As a school we believe that everyone is amazing, loved, valued, wonderful and unique, because God made us that way. 

 

In our discussions, worships and celebrations we focus on the values of: love, trust, respect, honesty, self-discipline, forgiveness and friendship.

 

We teach these values explicitly through our daily collective worship, using the publication ‘Roots and Fruits’ as a starting point. This is supplemented by other resources linking to the liturgical year as appropriate. Worship is then extended into the classroom and into daily life in and outside school. Parents receive a newsletter each term giving further details of the focus value for that term and certificates are given out in our Family Worship every Friday morning to celebrate achievements linked to each value. We also take part in weekly open the book worships which explore stories from the bible in an interactive way and visit the Church for significant events throughout the year.

 

 

Examples of our Christian Distinctiveness in action:

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