Another great week of learning boys and girls. You are brilliant! We are so proud of you and miss you lots.
We were delighted to receive recognition of all our hard work. We received word from the Diocese of Down and Connor that the adjudication panel was most impressed by the examples of “best practice” and with how the Self-Reflection Framework document is assisting our school in developing the ethos and values of Catholic education. Mrs Boyd nominated our school and our staff for this award in November in recognition of the tremendous work staff did during the March Lockdown. This included working with the children of Key Workers, providing remote learning, helping parents with work and their own mental health issues, supporting parents financially and most importantly supporting each other and providing comfort and support to each other during this very uncertain time.
Holy Trinity Primary School has received:
The Spirit of Catholic Education Award 2021 Certificate for Promoting and Developing Catholic Ethos and Values.
Well done boys and girls on a great week of home learning. We miss you all so much and hope you are keeping safe and well. Keep up the great work from your packs and on Seesaw and Teams. Chat to you all again on Monday morning!
Please see the letter attached from Mrs Boyd with information on our Home Learning. http://www.holytrinitybelfast.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/January-2021-Letter-to-parents-re-remote-learning.pdf
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and all your family a very Merry Christmas. It has been a very difficult year for staff, parents and pupils but everyone has been wonderful.
Once again I was amazed at the generosity of parents, pupils and staff who contributed £2500 to help those families in our school who needed some support this year. On behalf of myself and the families who received financial assistance, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks. You have made a huge difference.
Christmas has been very different this year. We were unable to have a Christmas concert but I hope that you enjoyed watching the children singing some Christmas songs on Seesaw and Microsoft Teams.
You may also enjoy looking at our website to see our Virtual Open Day.
On behalf of the staff of Holy Trinity and myself, we wish you a very Happy Christmas and a safe and peaceful New Year.
We hope to see everyone back to school on the 6th January.
Mrs F Boyd
Dear Parents I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and the pupils for your cooperation and understanding as we adapted and changed routines to keep your children and our staff safe during this global pandemic. We know things have not been easy for parents. I would like to thank the staff, teaching and non teaching, who have undertaken so much extra work so that the school can be a safe place for the children, for staff, and for the family homes that they return to each day.
Friday 18th December – SCHOOL WILL CLOSE AT THE NORMAL TIME for all children.
Monday 21st / 22nd December – Remote Learning/Pack will be provided for all children.
Wednesday 6th January – ALL CHILDREN RETURN FOR A FULL SCHOOL DAY
Thank you, amazing parents and guardians for everything you have done and for your help in ensuring that we all have a happy and safe Christmas. Take care and keep safe,
Mrs F Boyd
We hope you enjoy our short video about our school. We are looking forward to welcoming our new Primary 1s next year and want to show you some of the many learning activities that go on throughout our school.
Have a look at our school Prospectus here.
If you would like to apply for a place at our school please click this link: https://www.eani.org.uk/parents/admissions
What a day we had, a very special visitor came to Holy Trinity this morning! Thank you Santa for coming to see us.