Trinityhouse Preparatory Northriding

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At Trinityhouse Pre-Primary the unique richness of every individual child is valued. Learning takes place in a loving, nurturing environment. Young children are encouraged to become happy, confident and competent. Good self esteem leads to spontaneous and experimental learning.

The children are taught ti love each other and respect each others’ differences. They are taught to be kind and considerate. Life skills are as important as literacy and numeracy and at Trinityhouse inquiring minds develop a love for school and learning. The school s committed to fostering strong communication and close co-operation with parents. We encourage parent participation through various committees. We host annual events such as Grandparents’ Day, Parent information Evenings, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, concerts and charity collections.

Trinityhouse offers an holistic education, with a view to the actualisation of a pupil’s potential: in body, mind and spirit. Care is taken that the curriculum is relevant in an ever-changing world, whilst ensuring that formative values remain unchanged.

Trinityhouse functions within the normative environment of a Christian ethos. The school has no denominational allegiance, but the mainstream teachings of Christianity are overtly taught. Bible Education is an important part of the curriculum. The children mature in a protected environment with high ideals and values.

Characteristic of Preparatory School children are the attributes of an inquiring mind and a drive to learn. They are constantly encouraged to achieve and are motivated to reach their potential.

Exemplary Trinityhouse pupils are self confident, humble, industrious and determined.

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