Holy Trinity School Overview

Holy Trinity is Voluntary Aided within the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.  It is a relatively small school, one form entry with 210 children. Classes are from Reception to Year 6 and we teach children from the age of 4 to 11. There are thirty places for children in each class.

The school is situated on two sites, very close to Sloane Square.  We are housed in two beautiful buildings. The Cadogan Gardens site has children from Reception Class, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6. Sedding Street site has classes for Year 3, 4 and 5 aged children. We are a short walk from the Saatchi Gallery and right next to Cadogan Hall. Being so close to the tube station and Sloane Square with its excellent bus links means that the children can visit so many museums galleries and other learning centres in London with ease.

Children that attend Holy Trinity are from a wide range of backgrounds and live mainly in Westminster, Battersea and Chelsea.  The school is extremely inclusive and welcomes children with a wide range of abilities with a range of aptitudes.

Our emphasis is on providing a broad and varied curriculum that meets the needs of all children. A love of learning is what we aim to instil in our children along with strong Christian values. We have specialist Music and Physical Education teachers which really impacts on the quality of teaching in these areas. We have a really dedicated team of teachers and teaching assistants who are well trained and talented. Our links with the wider community serves to enrich and enliven the learning curriculum that we offer.

We enjoy excellent relationships with our clergy who really contribute positively to the life of the school.  Holy Trinity is the closest of our two parish churches and we visit it regularly for assemblies, special services and teaching purposes.

We aim to establish excellent relationships between the children’s home and school. Parents, family and friends are most welcome at the school and contribute greatly to the positive and happy learning environment

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