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Christian Distinctiveness

Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School is a member of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust. We work hard to develop and sustain our school’s Christian distinctiveness. Our Head teacher and Academy Committee have a clear vision of a school with a distinctive Christian character.


We also have strong ties with the Lincoln Diocese, who support leaders in school and offer continuing professional development opportunities for subject leaders and teaching staff. 


The pupils are also invited to Lincoln Cathedral by the Diocese to attend the annual Leavers Service for all Year 6 pupils.


We work in close partnership with Holy Trinity Church, Tattershall and have termly visits from Deacon Jane, Reverend Lynne and the Open the Book Team to support in our daily collective worship.


Our daily worship is centered around one of our Christian Values each term. This year we have tried to incorporate a wider variety of content, in order to develop the children's understanding and respect towards different faiths, beliefs and cultures.


We use Lyfta, to help promote the children's understanding of the wider world and share how others live around the globe.  


Picture books are used termly, which are linked to each value, with stories that help promote the nine, protected characteristics and British Values. The children and staff love these and the books  remain on display in the hall for the term and are then added to the school library.


Our Collective Worship council, help to plan and lead one collective worship or church service each term, such as our Harvest Festival, Christingle Service or Easter Service.


Below are some images of Collective Worships and Church services from the year so far!

Picture Books themed around the value of Hope

Picture books on the theme of Respect

Christian Value Display

Christingle Service

Collective Worship Council Remembrance Day Worship

To find out more about our school vision please click on the link below.