Holy Trinity sits amongst a diverse and vibrant community. We are lucky enough to have many an opportunity within Sutton, an incredibly community minded borough, to interact with our neighbours, local schools and community centres. We love to immerse ourselves in local activities whether it is sport, charity walks and choir performances.
At Holy Trinity we endeavour to continue our ethos of excellent enjoyment and engagement through including a variety of extra-curricular activities that the children are able to take part in throughout the year within our local, national and international communities. We encourage the children to get involved in school through our range of sporting clubs which gives us the opportunity be involved with other schools. Some of the sports we promote at Holy Trinity are: football, athletics, cross country, netball and tag rugby, all of which have allowed the children to be involved in borough wide sporting competitions.
Locally, we are also very much involved with the Walk to School initiative which is encouraged by Sutton, tying in with our Healthy Schools programme. Last year, we were incredibly proud to have raised £3,390 in aid of the Royal Marsden Hospital, which we know raises vital funds for a topic close to many hearts. As a school community Holy Trinity’s school council lead our very own Marsden March through Beddington Park. Children, staff and parents all united for this great cause. School council are also involved in organising money- raising events for Children in Need and have also put on a concert with St. Mary’s court. Continuing to foster a well-rounded and balanced curriculum, every year Holy Trinity children are involved in designing and creating their own original Christmas Card design for local MP Tom Brake, the overall winner chosen by Mr Brake have their designs made into a card which is sent to hundreds of local residents and businesses. They also get invited into the Houses of Parliament with their family! Along with school council, choir has taken part in local community events – choir have performed for local residents of a retirement home and will be doing the same this year.
Where possible, Holy Trinity invites organisations in to carry out presentations on a variety of topics. Annually we are visited by Tfl, the NSPCC, Sutton Schools’ Workers and members of the local Church, who often lead our collective acts of worship.
We actively encourage children to join local clubs such as Brownies and Cubs, Sea Cadets, St John’s ambulance and local choirs in addition to the sports clubs a lot of the children already attend. Every Friday evening, Holy Trinity Church Boys’ Brigade meets here, which a lot of our boys attend.
Being part of a community means a lot to us here at Holy Trinity. We are incredibly fortunate to be part of many communities locally and nationally. We warmly welcome you to be a part of ours!