First Year 11 Exam

Strike Action – 15th & 16th March

All Year 11 students are expected to attend school, and all lessons will run as normal. Other year groups, please find Secondary Phase Work Set For Home Study:

Pupils will need to complete work on paper. They have been offered paper booklets in form time to bring home with them. If they have chosen not to take one, they will have confirmed they have paper at home to use.

Strike Action – 15th & 16th March

Please find Primary Phase Work Set For Home Study:

All Year 9 Parents welcome! There will be a short presentation at 4.30 and another at 5.30 explaining how the options process works and subject stalls for you to wander around to speak to teachers and gather information which will help you to support your child to make the best options choices.

Year 9 Parent’s evening and GCSE Options evening

Thursday, 23rd March 4.00pm - 6.00pm

Parent’s Evening

Please attend to speak to your child’s subject teachers about how they are doing in all of their subjects. A valuable evening to see how well your child is engaging in their learning and an opportunity to gain a better understanding about which options subjects your child may be most suitable for.

GCSE Options Presentation

Year 9 GCSE Options Presentation will now take place during the Year 9 Parents evening on Thursday 23rd March.

During the Parent’s evening there will be two presentation delivered at 4.30pm and 5.00pm, which will give you an overview of the Year 9 GCSE Options process at Holy Trinity by Mrs Dolan, the Assistant Headteacher for Teaching, Learning and Standards.

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Year 11 Exams

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Strike Action

Tim Greasley

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Primary Phase only

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Lettings Notice

Please note: there will be NO lettings during the Half-Term holiday.

Success for Holy Trinity Athlete, Vanessa!

In her own words: “ I competed at the South Yorkshire Schools Athletics Association at the Eco-Power Stadium in Doncaster. I competed in the 200m sprint and came 1st in my heat which then led to me getting through to the finals which I also came 1st in overall! As I came first, at the Eco-Power Stadium in Doncaster with the English Schools qualifying standard, I have now been selected to compete in the English Schools Track and Field Championships at Manchester regional venue, Etihad stadium and I will be representing South Yorkshire. This event will be taking place on Friday 8th July 2022 and Saturday 9th July 2022.”

In our words: Despite being only 13 years old, and currently in Y8, Vanessa qualified to represent South Yorkshire in the English Schools Track and Field Championships with a new personal best time of 26.05 seconds in the ‘Under 15s Junior Girl’s 200m’!…

AC Day Success!

A very successful career-themed AC day took place across school on Thursday 23rd June.

The Primary Phase looked at the various jobs and career opportunities working within the Royal Family linked to our work on the Queen’s jubilee. They thought about who worked for the Queen, what their job was and the qualities needed to be effective in the role.

Secondary students took part in a wide variety of career-themed activities throughout the day, including writing letters of applications, interview techniques through a drama session, had opportunities to look at career pathways and planning for their future ambitions and many investigated how Universities in the UK are trying to address feeding the global population through insect protein. Most students actually tried the flavoured crickets too!

Basketball Champion secures Gold with his team in London!

Jacob Senior with his team Wakefield Whirlwinds secured their title of “British Wheelchair Basketball Champions 2022: Junior League” on Sunday as they faced off against Thames Valley Kings in London. They progressed through the championship undefeated and won their final game with an outstanding score 61 – 27. It was an amazing display of teamwork shown to the whole nation via BBC Sport and YouTube.

As a school we are so proud of Jacob for accomplishing this achievement and encourage him to keep excelling doing what he loves.

Congratulations Jacob, you are a Holy Trinity Star!

Little Shop of Excellence!

Holy Trinity’s long awaited production of Little Shop of Horrors was pure unadulterated entertainment from beginning to end. The show brought some shock talent which until recently was under wraps. It was great value for money and I would pay triple the price. I have paid more money to see worse shows by professionals.

The costume design was immaculate and the choreography was perfect for the dance numbers. The set was minimalistic but did its job stupendously…

Very good show, you should be proud of the children and staff. Enjoyed it very much.


Amazing performance from all the cast and amazing effort and time put into all the rehearsals.


It is an amazing show. The actors are all fantastic, loved it. So funny!


Brilliant production. A credit to the school with superb acting. Well done everyone!


Just amazing! Such a wonderful show with amazing cast and crew and a pleasure to watch. Well done everyone. Can’t wait for the next one!


Lovely experience with great music, acting and show. Nice food and overall I would watch this a million times over.


Amazing singing! Sounded like it was all from the heart and a lot of joy.


A brilliant production! It was really well put together, the cast and all the others did an amazing job. i really enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to the next production. Great job!


It was brilliant and a pleasure to watch. Can’t wait for the next one. Well done!


Absolutely brilliant performances from everyone. Really enjoyed it!


Holy Trinity students celebrate the uniqueness of every person!

Students participated in inclusivity sessions focusing on LGBTQ+ and Islamophobia. York University speakers taught students about finance and poverty and a wheelchair basketball event gave pupils the opportunity to experience sport with a disability – bring on the next Invictus Games!

8th Annual Catenian Public Speaking Competition!

Congratulations to Ruby Rushforth and Hattie Drumgoon for participating in the 8th Annual Catenian Public Speaking Competition! They were complemented by the judges for speaking with passion and enthusiasm about their chosen topics. We are so proud of them!

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