• Sports Day
    Sports Day
  • Wildlife Area
    Wildlife Area
  • H.T newspaper
    H.T newspaper
  • Rose Theatre
    Rose Theatre
  • High Ashurst
    High Ashurst
  • Forest School
    Forest School
  • Headteacher Awards
    Headteacher Awards
  • HT Harriers
    HT Harriers
  • Football Tournament
    Football Tournament
  • Climbing Wall
    Climbing Wall
  • Choir

Our Values

At Holy Trinity we welcome you to an exciting world of learning, discovery and friendship. We are passionate about nurturing every child, helping them to find and develop their own talents and be the best that they possibly can. Children will learn within a Christian community, surrounded by support, kindness, respect and fun; and will leave with fantastic memories to cherish forever.

Governors’ Communication


Our Chair of Governors, Gerry Stride, is a retired primary school teacher with over 30 years’ experience of the state and independent sector and attends Holy Trinity church in Barnes.  She is well known to pupils and staff at HT as she plays the piano for weekly assemblies, as well as being the link governor for English, Music and RE so is a familiar face in the classrooms.  As Chair, Gerry is committed to “ensure that Holy Trinity School never loses its heart of compassion and friendship and where each person is valued and supported.”

Our vice Chair, Michele Marcus, has a  background in PR, communication and media, Michele is well known among the year 6 pupils as she oversees the production of the school newspaper, Kingfisher Frenzy.  She is also the link governor for Humanities.


What does it mean to be a school governor?

This term governors have signed a new Code of Conduct which clearly sets out the expectations and commitment required in order to carry out our responsibilities effectively.  School governance has become a hot topic in the press recently so schools are being encouraged to make sure that governors are fully on board with these undertakings. The 3 core functions of school governance are to establish strategic direction, ensure accountability and ensure financial probity. Each Holy Trinity governor has personally signed the Code of Conduct which includes their agreement to uphold the 7 principles of public life: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty and Leadership. As well as attending two full governing body meetings per term, our governors, who are all unpaid volunteers, sit on a number of sub-committees such as finance, curriculum and standards and personnel that provide the overview to manage a school professionally.  Governors also have a link role where they are paired with a subject leader, such as English or maths, or a key area such as SEN or Early Years.  They meet termly with their counterpart to make classroom visits, informal lesson observations, look at pupils’ work books and review annual action plans.


Is Holy Trinity’s governance any better than others?

As in all that Holy Trinity School does, our governors strive for excellence and to be the best we possibly can be to ensure the best outcomes for our pupils.  We were therefore delighted  to be awarded the Governor Mark by the National Governors’ Association which shows that our governance has met an independently judged quality standard of leadership and management and demonstrates sustained excellence.  In order to achieve the award, we submitted reams of evidence from sub-committee minutes and reports, wrote detailed case studies and several governors were interviewed.

H.T Newspaper


Welcome to the March 2018 edition of Kingfisher Frenzy!


We hope you enjoy the next edition of our school newspaper Kingfisher Frenzy which we’ve written for all the pupils, parents, teachers and governors at Holy Trinity School Richmond. We have great fun dreaming up all the ideas and writing the stories, we hope you have as much pleasure reading it.


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Events Next 7 Days

Mon Jun 25
Year 3 to the Rose Theatre
Fri Jun 29 @09:00 - 11:00AM
Year 6 Production AM
Fri Jun 29 @14:45 - 03:20PM
Music Makers Concert
Fri Jun 29 @17:00 - 07:00PM
Year 2/3 Evening of fun

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Contact Us

Penny Cox
Head Teacher

Holy Trinity CE Primary and Nursery School

Carrington Rd
TW10 5AA

Phone: 020 8940 2730
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Kingfisher Club: 07531 053635

If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact the school office; Mrs Prendergast & Mrs Bell will be happy to help you.



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