Vision and Values
We are an OUTSTANDING Church of England School - please read the report below
DSAT Vision Statement
Click here for our Vision Statement and Values Document
Our Spirituality Policy
Community Week 2019
What does our vision mean to us?
As a staff team we designed and made a hot air balloon as our 'Vision Vessel'.
Then children and staff came together to decide how we all fit together within our vessel.
The Trinity Vision Vessel
Our vessel represents everyone at The Trinity Primary Academy and our journey through life; everyone plays an important part. We have a hot air balloon because it flies through the sky even when there is stormy weather which tries to knock us down. The hot air balloon drifts along waving and welcoming new friends.
The children are the rainbow colours of the balloon, as each of us are unique and come together to form The Trinity Family. We are the central part of the hot air balloon.
The staff are the basket to help guide the balloon (children) through our journeys including struggles. The basket also supports the balloon so it doesn’t come crashing down.
God is represented as the fire (engine of the balloon) like when he appeared to Moses as the burning bush. This keeps us strong in both moments of love and doubt, continually keeping us afloat.
The values float behind us and follow us wherever we go. The sandbags also represent the values keeping the balloon at the correct height when they are being shown, helping us to be good citizens.
Doves fly beside us representing the Holy Spirit who is with us.
The Trinity will always be a family: living together, learning together and growing together in order to succeed.
Trinity School by Josh, Summer, Lewis and Amelia
Our values are ….
Our Values Art Project - showing our values through art using recycled materials
The money raised through our break time tuck shop goes directly to Julia's House - a children's hospice in Devizes. Please click on their logo below to find out more about this charity.
Air Ambulance Week
On Wednesday 13th September, we had a visit from Malcolm Tripp (Mrs Boud's dad!). He spoke to us about the Air Ambulance who helped take him to hospital in 2014. He reminded us that the Wiltshire Air Ambulance is a charity which is completely funded by us.
Three children from Sycamore class - Jasmine, Lilia and Alice asked if we could hold a bake sale for Wiltshire Air Ambulance helping to do our bit by raising money for this great cause.