Welcome from the Headteacher: Mrs Vikki Wall BA(Hons)
It is with the greatest pleasure that I welcome and invite you to enjoy our school’s brand-new website. I am enormously proud to be Head Teacher at Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School and of the team within. We have a strong Christian ethos and have very close links to the historic church, Holy Trinity in Dartford High Street.
Ofsted reported us as "outstanding" in Early Years with a “good’ judgment in Leadership and Management and I attribute this to the commitment of our dedicated staff and the strong family ethos within our school.
Our motto ‘Growing Tomorrow’s Leaders’ is a statement that we are incredibly committed to. Staff work hard to develop pupils’ independence, develop their resilience and teach them strategies to be successful in the world today while encouraging a well rounded, hard-working and positive attitude.
We hope that you find our website to be helpful; however no amount of browsing can replace a visit to soak up the wonderful atmosphere in our school. If you are a prospective parent please do contact us to make an appointment to see the school in action.
If you cannot find the information you want on this site, please contact the school using the enquiry form, by e-mail or directly by telephone. We will be pleased to hear from you.
Welcome from the Chair: Reverend Martin Henwood DL,
Vicar of Holy Trinity Church, Dartford
How can children learn to become happy responsible leaders? How do we help them change the world for the better, and to do so from whatever roles they will be taking up in their later life and work?
Our motto is “Growing Tomorrow’s Leaders” and we do this by giving the pupils a secure start in life, encouraging them to understand and use the values of the Christian faith, whilst being curious about the gifts of other faith traditions and none.
The adults at the school are passionate about giving the children a healthy approach to life, and to perform and progress at their academic and all rounded best. We encourage the children to dream dreams, to be imaginative, to care and share.
We practise the African concept of ‘Ubuntu’ and apply it to today’s modern setting to help children network across the whole school community, forming life long friendships, giving them the experience and confidence of relating across all age groups.
Martin arrived in Dartford 30 years ago and apart from 5 years at St Martin-in-the-Fields has lived and worked in north Kent. Martin is the Vicar of the Parish Church and was Chairman of our local NHS Trust from 2000 to 2006, commissioning an annual expenditure of £250m in health care. Martin has extensive experience in the private, public and voluntary sectors and can be found watching Ebbsfleet United during the football season.