Learn about life at Holy Trinity School
School life at Holy Trinity revolves around House meetings and competitions, tutor groups, clubs and societies to the daily sound of music rehearsal. There are also Parent Teacher Association meetings and events, supporting the wider parent group within school. Holy Trinity School is very much a part of the wider community, sharing our facilities, such as our swimming pool, which is the home for Wyre Forest Swimming club.
At Holy Trinity School, we respect and value each individual member of the school within an environment where good relationships are based on trust, openness and respect for each other. We aim for young people to develop self-respect, self-confidence and high expectations for themselves.
Every student who attends Holy Trinity School is a member of a ‘house’. The houses are made up of all students from the 1st year through to the Upper Sixth. Each student is assigned a house when they join the school in first year which shows the house that they will represent for their time at the school.
There are 4 houses at Holy Trinity School.
- De Matha
- De Valois
At the beginning of the academic year meetings are held to elect House Captains. Students from the Upper Sixth are elected to represent each house. The job of the house captains is to take responsibility for the leadership and organisation of their house throughout the forthcoming academic year
House competitions take place throughout the year; with all competitions providing the students with an opportunity to take part and support their house, in whatever capacity, helping win valuable house points. House points are added together in competitions and the house with the most points at the end of the event or year will win the overall house competition.
Students quickly form a strong allegiance to their house, providing opportunity for teambuilding and to enjoy the fun and friendly competition is pervaded in all house events.