Christian ETHOS, Values and Vision

Based on the wisdom of the Bible, we live by the commandment

“Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another" - John 13:34


Our school community, strongly believe that we are all part of Holy Trinity family. We have chosen the commandment from John 13:34 from the Last Supper to represent our school Vision. In loving one another we embrace inclusivity. The teachings within the Last supper represent many different aspects of our school life including gathering together, the importance of forgiveness, the power of prayer as well as providing the foundations of the Eucharist.

The Last Supper demonstrates the school’s core values of koinonia, compassion and forgiveness. Jesus and his disciples gathered in fellowship the night before the Lord died. Christ set an example of service to all as he washed his disciples’ feet. In acknowledging Judas’ betrayal and Peter’s denial, Jesus demonstrated forgiveness for all mankind to be fulfilled the following day.

The messages from the Last Supper shape our ethos as a welcoming, inclusive and loving community. We believe and encourage that the trinity between parents, school and church is the best way to ensure that each child can ‘be the best we can be through the eyes of God and each other’.

Our vision is to create a family rooted in love for one another where children and adults can flourish and achieve their potential to reach their own spiritual, academic and personal goals.


“Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another” John 13:34


Christian Values

 At Holy Trinity our daily life is underpinned by Christian values and British values.  Our core values associated with our Christian Vision are Koinonia, Forgiveness and Compassion. We focus on these values each term and reflect on how they can help us to become good citizens. 

Autumn = Koinonia

Spring = Forgiveness

Summer = CompassionVision


For more information about our Christian values please click on the links below:

Our Christian Distinctiveness

LDBS (London Diocesan Board for Schools)

Holy Trinity Church