"Rooted in Christ, Growing Together"


Holy Trinity seeks to adopt an open and accepting attitude towards children as part of their responsibility for pastoral care. The school hopes that parents and children will feel free to talk about any concerns and will see school as a safe place if there are any difficulties at home.

If you have any concerns about the welfare of a child, you can always come in and speak to our staff.

Please make yourself familiar with our Designated Safeguarding leads:


Janet Dickson

Head teacher, Designated Safeguarding Lead


Nikki Ball

HLTA Family link worker, Assistant Designated Safeguarding Lead

Our Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) is Tina Wilson (Tel: 01454 866000)

As a Family link worker, Mrs Ball works with the school to:

  • support parents/carers who wish to work more closely with the school by providing an easy point of contact
  • to offer pastoral support to children outside of the classroom
  • to listen to parents wishing to share more regarding their child and situations at home
  • point parents in the right direction to find out about services in the community

Mrs Ball is easily contacted via the school office or often in the school playground in the morning.

For more information regarding Safeguarding at Holy Trinity please read thee policies: Safeguarding and Child Protection, & Anti-Bullying.

Also, please download our Stranger Danger advice Stranger-Danger-Advice-for-Parents-and-Children.  

Please download as required. Paper copies of all documents are available from the school office.

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