Our church is Holy Trinity, Sloane Square. It is a beautiful, quiet place for contemplation and worship which was built in 1888. But first and foremost, it is a house of prayer.
We join together as a whole school, for services throughout the year, in our church. Parents and families are invited to join us in many services and especially at Easter and Christmas.
Our children gather for weekly assemblies with members of the clergy from Holy Trinity Church.
Holy Trinity Church welcomes our Holy Trinity School community to join in weekend services and hosts a Sunday School which seeks to further develop the spirituality of our children.
Our church seeks to be a living church of people and strives to develop close community bonds between the school and in the local area. The church hosts weekly coffee mornings for parents of Holy Trinity School to join together.
Church, Sloane Street clergy.
From left: The Rev’d Paul Gismondi – Curate, The Rev’d Canon Nicholas Wheeler – Rector, The Rev’d Grant Bolton-Debbage – Assistant Priest
Key Stage 1 School Council welcome Fr Grant to our school and tell him all about Holy Trinity School.
Fr Nicholas came into school to show us the very special gift he received at Christmas. A member of his congregation painted a picture of his dog Bene.
Holy Trinity Church Sloane Street
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Holy Trinity C of E School Presents:
'The Hanging Gardens of Babylon' - Art and Design flower display in collaboration with the 'lovely flower seller' at Sloane Square Tube.
Our schools' contribution to the Holy Trinity Church Petronal Flower Festival May 24th 2018
Our children wore their Easter bonnets to the Easter service in church. Year 5 performed the Stations of the Cross.