Trinity School is ‘Outstanding’

The Headteacher, staff and children of Trinity CE Primary School are delighted to be able to share the outcome of our recent Ofsted Inspection which took place at Trinity CE Primary School on the 1-2 November 2016. They have been judged to be an OUTSTANDING school at every level– the best possible judgement!

The school was commended for its broad and creative curriculum which ensures ‘’excellent opportunities for personal and academic development” and for pupils’ personal development which showed that ‘’pupils develop a love of learning and are well prepared for the next stages of their education.’’

It was particularly noted that ‘’staff, pupils and parents are exceptionally positive about all aspects of the school’’ and that “teaching and teaching assistants have very good relationships with pupils, set high expectations about what pupils can achieve and how they should behave.’’  Several pupils shared, ‘’School is like a family.’’  One parent when praising the school stated ‘’I wish Ofsted could measure the number of times a child’s face lights up when they understand something tricky or are excited by a new idea.’’

Headteacher Helen Jones said, “We are all absolutely thrilled with the report. We were last inspected in January 2012 and have been eagerly anticipating this opportunity to show Ofsted how hard the staff and children, supported by governors, parents and our Henley community, have worked to create a school of which we are all extremely proud.  This is a phenomenal achievement that reflects the commitment and collective dedication given by our talented staff, families and children to ensure that we always achieve the best that we can!”

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  1. Eva D'Souza says:

    Congratulations to the whole team at Trinity. So pleased that all your hard work has been recognised in this way. Our girls will always have happy memories from their time there. We are very lucky indeed to have so many great schools in the Henley area.


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