In this section you will find information on how we run our school including our current staffing structure and our governing body..
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Seaham Trinity Primary School opened as a new build school in September 2008. It was the result of an amalgamation between Princess Road Junior School, Camden Square InfantSchool and Parkside Infant School. Since our opening we have worked hard to improve the quality of provision our children receive. This has been indicated in our figures for attainment across the school in recent years.
We aim to provide the children with opportunities to develop their skills in key areas by providing a broad and balanced curriculum which builds on experiential learning that stimulates and challenges all, whilst providing support to ensure all children achieve to their potential.
Our previous Ofsted inspections have identified that whilst there is still room for improvement across the school, they recognise the great strides which we have made towards becoming a good school. Our improvement in attainment over the last 3 years has placed us in the top 100 most improved schools in the country.
At our last inspection in April 2018 parents were asked for their view of the school and we had over 180 responses. Of those responses all were very positive about the school and the quality of provision children receive.
This a really good reflection of the positive relationship that exists between the school and parents, a relationship we consider to be vital in order to become an outstanding school.
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