'Do to others, as you would have them do to you.' Matthew 7.12
At Trinity C of E Primary school we aim for children, teachers and parents to understand and respect the Christian character of Trinity Primary school. Respect, courtesy, calmness and joy are characteristics clearly visible in pupils. Pupils and staff can be seen living out the key Christian values promoted by our school during lessons, and throughout the school day. The wide range of cultures at Trinity are celebrated through whole school events like culture day and at class level through RE so that learners relate sensibly to the beliefs, feelings and sensitivities of others.
Pupils have daily opportunity to develop their relationship with God through prayer to overcome difficulties and flourish as children of God. Pupils can be seen living faith based moral values, taking actions and make decisions in all aspects of school life, that reflect the Christian character of school. Opportunities are provided for pupils to take growing responsibility for how worship is delivered through the encouragement and challenge of learners SMSC in lighting the candle club. All children express their comfort in being at school through the ‘safe and peaceful surroundings’ so that they attend a school that they can express a great pride in.
Our RE curriculum at Trinity C of E Primary School develops pupil’s knowledge & understanding of key religions. It reflects Trinity’s distinctive Christian character giving pre-eminence to the teaching of Christianity which lies at the heart of the curriculum. It offers opportunities for personal reflection and spiritual development. At Trinity we pride ourselves on our creative approach to teaching and learning. In RE teachers provide children with a range of first hand experiences catering for the individual learner resulting with children who are equip with key thinking skills and who are demonstrating good or better progress.