Our Christian School

Our Christian School

In our Christian school setting we aim to provide an environment which enables children to grow in understanding and to develop those skills, attitudes and values which will equip them for life.

The Christian faith underpins everything we do.

Our strengths lie in our beliefs and commitment to caring for each individual and our desire to bring out the best in them, be they child or adult. Our strong links with the Church and Diocese foster that commitment and our Governors work tirelessly for the school.



Our Church – Holy Trinity

Our Links to Church

At Tarleton Holy Trinity Primary School we have very close links to our Church and Fr Mark Soady. We join in with many services in church and even have our own Bell ringing Club on a Tuesday night after school (outside of the COVID 19 restictions).

Click HERE to see information regarding some of the services we celebrate in Church and some of the things we do related to our RE curriculum.

Our Christian Values

In order to prepare the children of Tarleton Holy Trinity for the future, we have established certain key Christian values throughout the school. These values were chosen by the children after some work with our RE Subject lead.

Our Christian Values

Awe and Wonder – Reception Class
Friendship – Year 1
Peace – Year 2
Trust – Year 3
Respect and Tolerance – Year 4
Fairness and Justice – Year 5
Forgiveness – Year 6
The Value of ‘Love’ is embedded in all the above.

Through the discussions which surround the Christian Values we link them to the teachings of the Bible:

  •  Awe and Wonder‘LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!’ Psalm 8:9
  • Friendship – ‘A friend loves at all times’ Proverbs 17:17
  • Peace‘Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts’ Colossians 3:15
  • Trust – ‘Trust in the Lord with all your heart.’ Proverbs 3:5
  • Respect‘Show proper respect to everyone’ 1 Peter 2:1
  • Justice – ‘Blessed are those who act justly, who always do what is right. Psalm 106:3
  • Forgiveness – ‘Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just
    as in Christ God forgave you’. Ephesians 4:32

School and Class Worship


Below is a list of our daily worship in our school. The weekly theme of our Worship are displayed in the corridors and on our Weekly Newsletter.


Click here to see the Termly Overview of Worship in School


Monday at 9.05am – Whole School Worship led by Mr Smith, or Miss Jagger, our SENCO.

Tuesday at 9.05am – Whole School Worship Praise – hymn practise with Father Tom and a member of our Teaching Staff

Wednesday at 9.05am – Whole school worship with the Parish Rector or Mr Smith

Thursday at 9.05am – Class worship based on overarching weekly theme

Friday at 2.55pm – Whole School Celebration Worship

This is a celebration of the children’s learning and achievements both in and out of school led by Mr Smith. Parents are Carers are invited to attend. If your child / children make it to Mr Smith’s Celebration ‘Bench’…you will receive a personal invitation to attend the Worship.

Throughout the Year, we also ask each Class to put together a Class Worship…look out for these dates on the Newsletter and in our School Calendar!!

Examples of the Prayers we say in School


School Prayer

This is our school,
Let peace be here,
Let the rooms be full of contentment.
Let love be here,
Love of one another,
Love of life,
And love of God.
Let us remember,
That as many hands build a house,
So many hearts make a school. Amen

The Lord’s Prayer
Our Father,
Who art in Heaven,
Hallowed be thy name,
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done,
On earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trespass against us,
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
The power and the glory,
For ever and ever. Amen
A Prayer for the end of the day

The day is done; O God the Son,
Look down upon us everyone!
O Light of Light, Keep me this night,
And hold me in your presence bright.
I need not fear if you are near;
You are my Saviour, kind and dear. Amen