Welcome from the Head of School

Jeremy for websiteAt Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School we are passionate about doing the very best for our children, so that they can be the very best versions of themselves. Our aim is to make our school a welcoming environment for all of our children, irrespective of their starting points.

We believe that learning should be engaging, stimulating, challenging and enjoyable and that everyone is offered the chance to excel.

This is an exciting time of change for Holy Trinity, as we work with our other schools within the Redstart Learning Partnership. This new collaborative dynamic is opening up fantastic professional development for our staff, which is bringing new and innovative teaching methods to our children.

As a Church of England primary school, we seek to build our school community on the foundations of the teachings of Jesus, helping our children to develop into young people who will respect others and who always try to demonstrate the love of Jesus to the world in which they are a vital part. Teaching the Christian values of respect, responsibility, perseverance, integrity, tolerance and courage help with this goal.

At Holy Trinity, we are particularly proud of the sporting opportunities that we offer to our children. We hold the Gold ‘Sports Mark’ Award due to the wide variety of activities we provide.

So whether it’s through the inspiring classroom curriculum, or through our fortnightly whole-day Forest School sessions outdoors, we hope that everyone at Holy Trinity has the chance to grow into confident, respectful and hard-working young people.

If you would like to come and visit, please make an appointment with the school office – we’d be delighted to show you around.

Mr Jeremy Handscomb

Head of School


Holy Trinity Primary School is part of the The Redstart Learning Partnership (TRLP). TRLP is a Multi Academy Trust of primary schools in Somerset. The Partnership has one simple aim; to provide an outstanding education for every child.

The Redstart Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Click this link for our Safeguarding information.