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Principal: Mrs F Boyd      | Email: click here | Telephone: 02890612266 / 02890616465
Address: Monagh Road, Belfast, BT11 8EG
 

Holy Trinity Primary School is situated on a large open site and is generously equipped. In addition to bright modern classrooms, each containing an interactive whiteboard, there are extensive play areas, two Assembly Halls, two Libraries, an ICT Suite and numerous Resource Rooms. … more information

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Internet Safety Session for Parents

03-15-2019
We would like to invite you to an internet safety session to raise awareness of the issues that face children online today. We will be delivering a presentation with practical advice and safety tips to help manage online safety issues and discussions around suitable behaviour online. The session will be in the Key Stage 2 hall on Tuesday 19th
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Happy St Patrick's Day

03-15-2019
Lovely to see a sea of green in the school today! Have a great weekend and we'll see you all again on Tuesday
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Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

02-27-2019
Do you know how to help your child stay safe online? Have they set their accounts to private? Check out how to do this at the link
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Autism and Behaviour Support Training Workshop.

02-12-2019
Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviour 28th Feb 2019, 10am-2pm This workshop aims to help delegates understand the presentation of challenging type behaviours that may present in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. The workshop will use video to demonstrate understanding of behaviour as well as practical strategies to reduce
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Safer Internet Day 2019

02-05-2019
Today Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally around the world. The UK Safer Internet Centre is focusing on how consent works in an online context. It explores how young people ask for, give and receive consent online. This could be in their friendships or relationships, how they take and share images and videos or how they manage their privacy