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Holy Trinity C of E Primary School

Holy Trinity Primary School in Darwen


Holy Trinity
Church of England Primary School
Interim Headteacher: Mrs V Milne

Bank Top, Darwen, Lancashire, BB3 2RW
Telephone 01254 702119 Fax 01254 702815 E-mail:

Contacting School

School can be contacted by telephone on 10254 702119, email, or in person at the school office. Please see Mrs Grady or Mrs German.

We are a Church of England School and as such we celebrate the life of Jesus and we express throughout our school his message of love, tolerance and acceptance. Every child is valued and their unique qualities are recognised, nurtured and celebrated. The relationships we develop with our children, their families, our community and the wider world, enable us to create a warm, caring, happy ethos where everyone is welcome. We place a great deal of emphasis on Values for life; those of honesty, courage, forgiveness, love, hope, compassion, truthfulness and friendship. We talk regularly about love, love for our neighbour and love for each other in the fullness of our special community.

We are very proud of our school and the vibrant and stimulating learning environment. We are determined to make every child's life here a rich and rewarding experience so they develop a love of learning, high self-esteem, pride in their success and are ready to enjoy the challenges of life. We pay great attention to our children having a clear and distinct voice in our school. We have Peer Mentors who wear purple sweatshirts; these children are highly trained and are an important part of the fabric of our school; alongside Reading Rangers and Ambassadors (embroidered black sweatshirt and polo). In September 2016 we introduced the new roles of Head Boy and Head Girl.

children can run wild in hereWe have superb outside Forest School provision complete with an allotment, tree-house and fire-pit. Mrs Rice is responsible for developing our Forest School which further enhances learning and life skills.

We are proud of our relationships in school and welcome the vital role you play in this. We work hard to ensure that our young people feel respected and are taken seriously, have a role to play in their learning and are valued as members of our Christian family.

Cadshaw woods

Extended Curriculum

stunning views
school based fun
Entwistle reservoir