Welcome to Tarleton Holy Trinity
Church of England (Aided) Primary School
Named as being in the TOP 1% of primary schools in England for achievement in reading (February 2017)
The 16th highest attaining school in Lancashire for combined attainment in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
Judged as OUTSTANDING in all areas by Siams June 2014
Judged as GOOD in all areas by Ofsted December 2013
We have just started our 2017 – 2018 academic year when we opened our doors after the Summer Break on 4th September…but what a year we had last year!!
For two years running we have had 100% of our Year 6 children achieve at least expected standards in Reading and are at present the 16th highest attaining school in Lancashire!! We also became district Champions at Golf and Cross Country and made the finals for the Last Choir Singing Competition.
We enjoyed a lovely Open Day on the 11th October with many parents and carers taking the opportunity to look round THT with our Year 6 children. If you have a child who is needing a place for September 2018 – click on the Admissions section of the website, under Parent Info.
At Tarleton Holy Trinity we are very proud of all our children and all that they achieve. We have an excellent reputation locally and have a full intake for our September’s Reception Class. This is because staff, children, parents and governors all work extremely hard to ensure the best learning experiences for the whole school community. We have very high academic standards, but like learning to be fun – making sure that is more to life than ‘reading, writing and arithmetic’. We love art, music, dance, sports and PE and use enrichment days to help the children to experience these at their full. Being a church school is important to us, as everything we do is based on our Christian Values. At THT we really do value, dream and achieve!
The partnership between school and home is essential – you will always find our staff willing to assist and listen. If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me or any member of staff. To keep up-to-date with what’s happening at THT, keep reading our weekly Newsletters, log onto my Headteacher’s Blog, or visit us on Facebook.
Our School Aims
We aim to lay a foundation for life by:
-Educating the children in a sincere, caring and Christian way
-Developing a moral, spiritual awareness
-Providing teaching based on Christian beliefs, attitudes and traditions, especially those of the Anglican Church
-Delivering a broad and balanced curriculum in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, National Curriculum and Blackburn Diocese RE syllabus, with high expectations for all our pupils
-Developing the whole child, spiritually, morally, culturally, academically and physically through a wide variety of learning experiences and activities
What Makes Tarleton Holy Trinity Special?
Our school motto is “Value, Dream and Achieve”
It is important to all of us involved with the children at our school that they should receive the very best education: that they are given the skills to help them be successful in life, that they understand their part in the world and that they have a desire for life-long learning.
We embrace and uphold the Every Child Matters agenda and it permeates throughout all areas of school life.
We acknowledge that technology has a major role in their education and is constantly changing. We strive to keep up to date with the latest innovations and teaching methods.
Governors and the Church
Our School is a Church of England Aided School, and, as such, maintains mutually supportive links with Holy Trinity Church. The Governing Body comprises representatives from Blackburn Diocese, Holy Trinity Church, the LA, the local Parish Council, parents, teachers and non teaching staff. The Church has the majority since it is responsible for the ethos of the school. The Governors work hard for the school and have wide ranging responsibilities, including appointment of staff, the curriculum, admissions to school, financial management amongst others. The Governors are also responsible for maintaining and extending the fabric of the building and must bear 10% of the costs for such works. This funding is supported by the fundraising of the FRIENDS of the school.