There can be no doubt that Holy Trinity School is a very special place to work and learn. We believe that the decision about where to send your child for these early and formative years is one of the most important decisions of their lives.
Our aim is to make every pupil’s experience exciting and fulfilling and one they will look back at with genuine happiness. We provide a warm, supportive environment where each child is valued and encouraged to seek challenge, to value effort and to persist in the face of obstacles.
Holy Trinity School is a co-educational school offering a quality internationally minded education to children from 4 years up to 18 years of age.
In recent years Holy Trinity gained Investor in People status, the National Sports Mark and most recently the Early Years Gold Award from the Birmingham partnership.
The school continues to grow and build the school for future generations. It is a first class facility to rival most schools and places leadership and responsibility on the students for its upkeep, tidiness and leisure use.
Our swimming pool, officially reopened in May 2006 after being refurbished, has proved to be a great success and is the home venue for the prestigious Wyre Forest Swim Team. Swimming has always been an important part of our school as children swim weekly from the age of 4 years upwards.
Being housed on one site ensures continuity of education between the main school sections: Primary School, Senior School and Sixth Form. This continuity is being increasingly recognised by Educators as a great advantage for students who get to know all teachers and naturally transfer from one section to another with their friends. Based within the grounds, but not part of the School, is Little Trinity Nursery for children aged 2 - 5 years.
What is a free school?
A free school is a non-selective school that is funded by the taxpayer but is independent of state control. However, it is subject to inspection by Ofsted and is accountable to the Secretary of State for Education. The Government has been encouraging groups of parents and teachers to set up taxpayer funded schools since it came to power in 2010.