Holy Trinity, Guildford, CofE Aided Junior School Review.
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, the Early Years Gold Award from the Birmingham partnership, and most recently HTS has become a Directly Licensed Organisation for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
Admissions. Admissions Policy. The Admissions Criteria can also be viewed on the Calderdale website. Please click here. To apply for a Primary or Secondary School place apply online at Calderdale Admissions. This site also provides links and information from the local authority to help parents with the process of applying for a school place.
Holy Trinity is the only voluntary aided 3-16 Catholic and Church of England school in the country. We offer a unique opportunity for pupils to explore their spiritual lives through the Christian faith as expressed in the Catholic and Church of England traditions.
Exemplary education for all, through God’s amazing grace. Learning, Integrity, Dignity, Love, Confidence. Dear Families. RE: Wider opening of the school for year 6 pupils and more critical workers. On the 10th May, the government announced that Primary school provision should expand school openings to include year 6 children in addition to children of critical workers and vulnerable children.
Establishment Holy Trinity, Guildford, CofE Aided Junior School. URN: 125288. Voluntary aided school. Download establishment data.
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Coordinates. Holy Trinity Church is an Anglican church in the centre of Guildford, England.A large, red brick building, it was built in the early 1760s on the site of a mediaeval church which collapsed in the mid-18th century. It is the only large Georgian church in Surrey, sporting detailed frescos of the Crucifixion surrounded by the Saints and the Ascended Lord in Heaven, as well as one of.