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Holy Trinity C E Junior School
Cross Road, DT4 9QX, UK Weymouth
+44 (0)1305 782467


Our children are our future.

Our school is here because we wish to give our children the best chance to develop both their academic and social skills so that they can become responsible members of the community.

We will provide a caring, challenging and Christian environment where high quality learning can take place, and where people are valued, respected and treated fairly.


In each of the year groups there are three mixed ability classes. In Numeracy, the classes are organised into ability sets in years 4, 5 and 6. In the rest of the curriculum, children will work in a variety of ways: independently; mixed ability groups; ability groups; whole class; depending on the activity

Each year the classes are regrouped by teachers before they move on to the next year group. There are many good educational reasons for this practice,

The balance of abilities can change during the year. Certain groupings of children need to be altered if they are not conducive to good learning. Children with particular special needs have to be distributed in a balanced manner so that effective use of Teaching Assistants (TA’s) can be made.

It is often good for children to work with a new group of people.

Good working friendships will be kept together and of course we will discuss such issues with parents if necessary. Children and parents will be informed about new classes in early July

The school day is from 08:50am to 03:15pm. There is a mid-morning break from 10:45am to 11:00am and a lunch hour from 12:05pm to 12:55pm. Children eat their packed lunches in their classroom, supervised by 7 Midday Supervisors. Children are allowed to come straight into the school building before the day begins, provided they get on with something quietly. Otherwise they can play on the playground until a member of staff sends them in to school at 08:50am Parents - please do not enter the school through the children’s entrances; please walk down the driveway to the main entrance.


Children can gain a lot of enjoyment and extra opportunities for learning when attending clubs and other activities outside of normal class time. Teachers are very busy people and give up their free time voluntarily to carry out these activities. The following activities were correct at the time of publishing but could change during the year - activities take place during lunch time or after school.

Residential Visits

Year 4 - sleepover (Summer term).

Year 5 - Isle of Wight (one week - May).

Year 6 - College week (June).

Soccer (all year groups, boys and girls); Netball (years 5 and 6); Hockey (year 6); Rugby (year 6); Cricket (all years); Athletics (all years); Swimming (all years);

Music (choir and instruments - all years); Guitars (all years); Computer Club (year 6); Line Dancing (year 6); Pantomime (year 6); Handwriting Club (all years); French Club (private club); Wet play games (board games etc. - each classroom has various activities for children to use during wet playtimes).

There may well be deletions or additions depending on staff interest/time. If you wish to give up time to run a club for children during lunchtime or after school, please contact the school.

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