The Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) is an organisation set up by the government. Their job is to inspect schools (plus other organisations) to ensure that education for children is up to set standards. They are also responsible for ensuring that children are well looked after and kept safe whilst in school.

Our latest Ofsted report can be accessed here.

We are pleased to share that Holy Trinity CE Primary Academy is a ‘Good’ school.

Ofsted Inspection CriteriaGrading
Overall EffectivenessGood
The Quality of EducationGood
Behaviour & AttitudesGood
Personal DevelopmentGood
Leadership & ManagementGood
Early Years ProvisionGood

Ofsted said…

“Holy Trinity Academy is a small school that serves a diverse community well.”

“Community, respect, trust, courage, perseverance and friendship are the school’s values, which pupils know and uphold. Pupils enjoy the caring and stimulating environment leaders and staff have created around these values.”

“Leaders and teachers want children to have the best possible start to their education when they join the school. They ensure that pupils enjoy learning and are fully ready for secondary education by the time they leave the school.”

“Pupils feel safe at school because staff look after them well.”

“Leaders make sure that parents feel welcome at the school. They encourage parents to be involved in their children’s education.”

“Pupils follow a well-organised programme of study from Reception Year to Year 6.”