Trinity School

Message from Headteacher

To all our Trinity families,
We wish to thank you for all your support and efforts to stay safe at home during this crisis; sadly, as you know, so many of our staff are affected directly, that we are currently still unable to offer our usual service. 
The team of staff who remain with me are working tirelessly to provide as much help to you as possible. We are calling all our families at least weekly and where we can possibly help, we  will-this may mean that your receive help from the Medical or Social Care team , or carers or volunteers in the community. 
Please ensure you answer your calls wherever you can, as we are genuinely concerned for you at this difficult time so we may visit your at home or refer you to Social Care or even the Police if we cannot make contact. I don't want to to do this unnecessarily as these resources are very stretched, so please call back to let us know you are safe.
We hope you have found the school work, therapy ideas  and resources useful and we are adding to ideas on our website regularly.
We do have a small number of children and young people on site where we have the staff remaining with the right skills and training.
A big thank you to those parents who are key workers who really need  to have place  for their child -we continue to provide a service to you wherever possible.
We are closed for long weekend and will back on Tuesday to start the next week of calls and services. Please think about what you may need from us for the coming weeks -you may wish to have more work set for your child or you may need to access care. Please let us know when we call you next week how we can help you further,
I understand this is a hugely difficult time for you all and hope to be able to offer a fuller service as the weeks go on wherever possible. 
Please take care and  stay at home  as far as you can to protect our NHS and our very vulnerable children,
Very best wishes for a peaceful and hopeful Easter weekend, 
Sue Ball
Headteacher