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Following our recent inspection we are delighted to announce that Ofsted has judged Holy Trinity to be a ‘Good’ school in an overall very positive report.

You can download and read the report via this page.

An aerial view of Holy Trinity Primary School, Halstead.

halstead templars

Halstead Templars Rugby

Our local Rugby Club – The Halstead Templars – are offering training for ‘Tiny Templars.’ Training takes place every Wednesday from 6.00pm – 7.00pm on the all-weather astroturf on The Ramsey Academy site. Print PDF

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Government Advice Re: Ebola Virus

Due to the media attention surrounding the Ebola virus the Department for Education and Public Health England have issued some advice to schools. First and foremost Parents/guardians should not be unduly worried about the possibility of their children catching the Ebola Virus. Public Health England reports that: The risk of Ebola arriving in the UK …

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HTPS Early Risers Breakfast Club

The “New” Breakfast Club (now known as “Early Risers”)

Dear Parents/Carers As you may be aware, our new breakfast club (Early Risers) has been running since September and is now steadily beginning to grow. This is a new venture for our school, and to make it viable we will have to sustain numbers of 25+ children per day. We are absolutely committed to running …

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Hedgehog Class’s Activities (Wk Beg. 20.10.14)

We have had a wonderful end to this half term’s activities with a week focusing on the festival of Diwali. The children have learnt, discussed and re-enacted the story of Rama and Sita, using puppets. They have designed and painted Mehndi patterns on their hands and created Rangoli patterns with coloured sand, whilst identifying different …

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