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Holy Trinity and St John's Church of England Primary School

Hope | Believe | Achieve

Collective worship


At the start of our new academic year we are learning about our School Chrisitan Value of HOPE.

This is the first word in our school VISION.



Our VISION is that everyone in our school community will:

Have HOPE for the future as we BELIEVE that Jesus came to enable us to ACHIEVE life in all it's fullness.


Our New School Vision 


Our Vision is that:

throughout our lives we will have hope and aspiration for ourselves and our community

we will come to know and believe that God loves us and wants the very best for us because we are uniquely and wonderfully made

we will fulfil our God given gifts in order that we might achieve and enjoy life in all its fullness

How our VISION and Mission link




What do we hope for our children?

How do we help them achieve their dreams/goals?

How do we Inspire them in their ambitions?

How do we enable children and ourselves to achieve our hopes, dreams and intentions?


What will we see when we achieve this intention?

How will we know that we have achieved our intentions?

We hope/intend that our children will be:





life-long learners, within a Christian environment


That they will achieve their aspiration

We all need to believe in ourselves, one another and our community

We should be encouraged to follow our own beliefs and be aware of others beliefs

Through a curriculum that is:

Inclusive (Quality First Teaching)




Through worship that is prayerful, reflective, creative, inclusive, invitational and inspiring

With positive reinforcement

In a nurturing environment, providing interventions, counselling and therapy

Inspiring parents in their role as co-educators – attending workshops and Look and Learn sessions

We can be:





Life long learners

Our children achieve their:

Gifts and talents

Academic potential


They achieve:

Life in all it’s fullness




Become good citizens


They have:

positive social interactions

good mental health and well being


They are:






At the end of Term One we had the delight of worshiping at St John's church for our Harvest Festival. Thank you Rev Dawn for your address at the service and for accommodating so many pupils, families and friends.

We were able to give a lot of packets and tins to the local food banks to help those who are less fortunate than ourselves.

Thank you to the parents and carers that listened to our prayers and poems of thanksgiving.

The choir performed in both KS1 and KS2 performances. Well done to you all.


Key Stage 2 Harvest Festival

Our school value for term 2 is; FRIENDSHIP

Our Young Worship Leaders created some images that depict our value of friendship.

Young Worship Leaders lead our worship

Wednesday 20 November 2019



Our Young Worship Leaders Prayer

Based on PSALM 23


Dear God

Thank you for King David who wrote the Psalms

Thank you that you are always with us.

Please protect us from evil and guide us through dark times. Show us your light and marvellous works.

We pray this in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.



Key Stage One Nativity

Key stage 2 Christmas Service



KS2 at St John the Baptist Church Dec 2019

Easter 2020 - cancelled

Unfortunately we were unable to have our Easter Service at the church this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


We were so disappointed as we had been practicing our Easter hymns and learning about Holy Week. Instead we completed some home learning tasks and had some time learning about the Easter story with our families at home.


It was on our school's FaceBook page that we were then able to watch worship sessions led by our senior leaders and the Rev. Dawn Watson each Monday and Wednesday during lockdown.

So take a look at our HTSJ FaceBook pages!

Term 6 Worship seen on our FaceBook pages

Our end of year final worship


Click here to enjoy our farewell to everyone this weird an wonderful academic year:


Who do you recognise? What have you been resilient with?


We look forward to actually seeing you all again in September!