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Holy Trinity School
Birmingham Road, DY10 2BY Kidderminster
01562 822929


A warm welcome to HTS – a happy and bright community where we encourage young people to prosper and grow. From those very early days of Nursery and Foundation Stage, until they are ready and eager to take on the challenges of university life, our school is committed to providing every possible opportunity.

The links on the left of your screen will help you to navigate around the site and provide an insight into the HTS experience. This is the first step, you are welcome to visit the school to see for yourself, please contact us on 01562 822929, or visit us on our Open Morning and see us in action. I will be delighted to meet you.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Y. L. Wilkinson

About us

The school’s underlying philosophy has never changed – pupils come first; they are the very essence of the school. Opened in 1903, the school celebrated its Centenary in 2003 and produced a commemorative book ‘Holy Trinity Centenary’ – celebrating 100 years of Holy Trinity. Copies can be obtained by contacting the school’s administration office.

We continue to grow and build the school for future generations to come with a major investment of the school’s swimming pool. We are delighted that the pool, officially opened in May 2006, has proved to be a great success. Swimming has always been an important part of our school as children swim weekly from the age of 3 years upwards. Many thanks to everyone who contributed so generously.

Being housed on one site ensures continuity of education between the four main school sections: Nursery, Lower School, Senior School and Sixth Form. From the age of 3 months to 18 years for girls and up to 11 years for boys. Access to all areas of the school is undercover, with no need to dress for the ‘outside’ between lessons – a distinct advantage during the winter months.

Mission and Vision


To educate and develop all children and students in a happy, caring community that places individuals at its heart and allows everyone to shine.


To be a leading, expanding and successful school.


To support our children and students to become fulfilled and confident young people. To encourage all children and students to achieve the best possible qualifications and develop their talents to the full. To provide a happy, professional and secure environment for all. To ensure a seamless continuum of education, with a strong home-school partnership.

Admission Information

Information Form:

Nursery Admission

For children aged between 3 months and 4 years.

  • By application form available from the admissions’ secretary.
  • Attendance by sessions or full time.

In the main Nursery, children start in the Caterpillar Class at two and a half and progress to the Butterfly Class at three and a half. We would be pleased to welcome you to spend time in the Nursery with your child prior to starting.

The Baby and Toddler Unit is open for 50 weeks of the year (excluding bank holidays) from 8.00 a.m. (or 7.30 a.m. by prior arrangement) until 6.00 p.m.

The Nursery is open for 48 weeks of the year (excluding bank holidays) from 8.00a.m. (or 7.30 a.m. by prior arrangement) until 6.00 p.m.

Lower School Admission

For girls and boys aged between 4 and 11.

  • By application form available from the admissions' secretary
  • By written assessment and interview.

Senior School Admission

For girls aged between 11 and 16 years.

  • By written assessment, interview and report from current school Scholarships and Holy Trinity.
Assisted places available.

Sixth Form Admission

For girls aged between 16 and 18 years.

  • By appropriate qualifications at GCSE, interview and report from current school.
Scholarships and Holy Trinity Assisted places available.

Sixth Form students are encouraged to become more independent and self motivated in preparation for higher education and future careers. The school works closely with parents who are kept fully informed of progress and achievement.

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