Mrs D Russell, Headteacher - Church Street, Bingley, West Yorkshire BD16 2PP

01274 564977

Last update: 2020-10-24

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About Trinity All Saints C of E VA Primary School

Trinity All Saints is a Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, one of the family of Church Schools in the Diocese of Leeds. We are a caring Christian school that provides high quality education to all out pupils within a secure and loving Christian environment. We hope they will leave us with confidence, positive memories and a value of their time at Trinity All Saints.

Our aims are to provide a secure, caring and stimulating environment in which the school, the home, the church and the community are partners, and in which all children will be encouraged to:
*develop their potential as unique individuals
*develop an awareness of their own self-worth in order that they might become responsible and self-disciplined members of society
*become active and independent participants in the learning process
*develop self-motivation and pride in their work
*provide education in line with national legislation, Local Authority and Diocesan guidelines
*plan and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum to enable all our pupils to develop their social, intellectual, and physical potential
*provide equal opportunities for the whole school community to develop and extend their social, intellectual, and physical potential
*provide equal opportunities for the whole school community to develop and extend their spiritual, moral, and cultural capacities, whilst fostering an awareness of, and respect for, the beliefs and practices of people of other faiths and other world views

Governing Body Composition for the Academic Year 2020 to 2021

Governors Committee Members 2019-2020

NGA Model Code of Conduct  2020

Pay Committee Terms of Reference 2020

Strategic Role of the Governing Body

Terms of Reference for the Finance Committee

Terms of Reference for the Standards Committee

Thinking of becoming a school governor?

 Are you:

  • Interested in the future of our children

  • Willing to give some of your time

  • Able to ask questions and put forward ideas

  • Keen to make a difference

You don’t need any expertise  – interest, enthusiasm and commitment are much more important.

Governors Roles and Responsibilities

  • Governors are responsible for setting the future direction of the school through agreeing the  school policies and the school development plan

  •  Monitor how well the policies are working

  •  Support and challenge the headteacher

  •  Report on the school’s achievements

  •  Agree the school budget and oversee spending over the year

  •  Respond to inspection recommendations

  •  Appoint staff 

  •  Agree and monitor performance targets for the headteacher

There are several different types of governor:

  • Parent governors – elected by parents or carers of pupils registered at the school

  • Staff governors - elected by staff who are paid to work at the school

  • Community governors – co-opted by the governing body to represent community interests

  • LA governors - appointed by the LA

  • Foundation governors (not in community schools) - appointed by the school's founding body,   church or other organisation named in the school's instrument of government

  • Partnership governors (foundation schools only) - replace foundation governors if the school  does not have a founding body 

  • Sponsor governors - discretionary category appointed by the governing body from individuals who have made significant (financial) contributions to the school  

  • Associate members (not governors) – appointed by the governing body to attend committee meetings and/or full governing body meetings due to their particular skills or experience 

  • Co-opted governors – appointed by the governing body

How do I become a governor?

If you are interested, then please do make contact with no commitment.

  • Speak to the head teacher of your local school

  • Ask about vacancies for parent governors

  • If you are a teacher then speak to the head teacher

  • As a local resident you can ask the Local Education Authority (LEA) at the council offices about becoming an LEA governor. The authority will let you know about vacancies.

  • Contact the Diocese of Leeds about church schools - Tel: 01274 - 407071

  • Contact Bradford School Governor Service - Tel. 01274 439400, e-mail:

  • Contact the National Governors Association - Tel: 0121 - 237 3780, Fax: 0121 - 2331323, e-mail:

Taken from 'Schools Need Governors' and

Why be a Governor?' published by Bradford Council

The Governors of the school have adopted the following song for the school.
You are my brother, you are my friend
You are my sister, our love should never end
Whatever colour our skin or our hair
Let us live together. This is our prayer.
Lift your banners high
Work for justice and for peace
Lift your banners high
May our friendship never cease
Lift your banners high
We will sing in every land
Lift your banners high
For in Jesus' name we stand.

Policies, Reports and Performance

Good attendance is linked with achievement in school, this is why here at Trinity All Saints we consider arriving at school on time and attending every day extremely important.EVERY SCHOOL DAY COUNTSChildren who come to school regularly are more likely to:

  • Achieve good standards of work

  • Get on well with other children and have good friends

  • Develop positive attitudes to work which will help them later on in life whatever their choice of career may be in adult life

Children who are frequently absent are more likely to:

  • Fall behind in their work

  • Find it difficult to make and keep friends

  • Be unhappy at school

  • Have a poor attitude to work

  • Get involved in crime, drug use and anti-social behaviour

Of course some absences are unavoidable.  If a child is genuinely ill then we understand why he/she needs to stay off school.  We know that parents want the best for their children, and we want to encourage parents to make their child's education a priority, so that at Trinity All Saints C of E Primary School children can achieve their best.  Regular attendance at school is an important part of helping your children to achieve.  Attendance at school has a direct effect on academic achievement, this is particularly marked when our children enter Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 because of Standard Assessment Tasks and Tests and again at upper school because of public examinations.  No pupil should register an attendance score of less than 95%.Please do all you can to:

  • Ensure your child attends regularly and arrives on time

  • Contact us at an early stage if there are any problems, so that we can seek a solution and support your child effectively

  • Do not allow your child to stay off school for a trivial reason, the absence will not be authorised by school

  • Arrange Doctors/Dental appointments out of school hours.  Your child should attend school on the day of any appointment to minimise the time lost in lessons

Read more here. 

The School Data Dashboard provides a snapshot of school performance at Key Stages 1, 2 and 4. The dashboard can be used by school governors and by members of the public to check the performance of the school in which they are interested.

The School Data Dashboard complements the Ofsted school inspection report by providing an analysis of school performance over a three-year period. Data can be filtered by key stage or by topic:

  • Expected progress

  • Attainment

  • Attendance

  • Narrowing the gap between disadvantaged and other pupils

Direct Link   Users are asked to refer to the guidance document for additional information on the measures contained in the reports.

Download from browser Pupil Premium Policy September 2020

Download from browser Pupil Premium Report 2020-2021

Download from browser Pupil Premium Report 2019-2020.pdf


At Trinity All Saints Primary School we ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of pupils, including the more able.

We ensure that appropriate provision is made for all pupils who belong to vulnerable groups, this includes ensuring that the needs of socially disadvantaged pupils are adequately assessed and addressed.

In making provision for socially disadvantaged pupils, we recognise that not all pupils who receive free school meals will be socially disadvantaged.

We also recognise that not all pupils who are socially disadvantaged are registered or qualify for free school meals. We reserve the right to allocate the Pupil Premium Funding to support any pupils the school has identified as being socially disadvantaged.

All children’s progress and outcomes are carefully tracked and evaluated to ensure they achieve their full potential. The impact and use of Pupil Premium Grant Funding is evaluated each year.

Pupil Premium Funding will be allocated following a needs analysis which will identify priority classes, groups or individuals. Limited funding and resources means that not all children receiving free school meals will be in receipt of pupil premium interventions at one time.

It is very important to note that at Trinity All Saints Primary School all children are seen as individuals and as such, whether they are entitled to Pupil Premium Grant Funding or not, can still access interventions and other strategies to break down their barriers to learning, ensuring that all our children reach their full potential. For example an intervention reading group may include both pupils entitled to the grant funding and those that are not. The school uses its budget to ‘supplement’ its educational objectives for the funding so that any child can be included if this is going to be a positive action to enable them to achieve.

SATs Results

The Key Stage 1 End of Year 2 tests will be held during May 2021.

Phonics screening checks will take place week commencing Monday 7th June 2021.

The Key Stage 2 End of Year 6 tests are timetabled from Monday 10th May to Thursday 13th May 2021.

The KS2 Multiplication Tables Check will be administered within the 3 week period from Monday 7th June 2021.

Further information can be found at:- National Curriculum Assessments: Future Arrangements.

key-stage 1 and 2 national curriculum tests information for parents

 SATs Results

Trinity All Saints Phonics Results 2019

Our school policies are reviewed by Governors, Staff and Parents.  Please let our School Business Manager know if you would like to discuss any part of this procedure.

If a policy you are looking for is not listed please contact the school office.  A paper copy will be provided on request.

Please click here to view a full list of policies available. 

Special Educational Needs or Disabilities - SEND

Download from browser SEND Policy Pdf


Trinity All Saints C of E Primary School is a fully inclusive school. We aim to ensure that all pupils achieve their potential, socially, emotionally and academically in all areas of the curriculum (regardless of their gender, ethnicity, social background, religion, sexual identity, physical ability or educational needs).  This document is intended to give you information regarding the ways in which we ensure we support our pupils, including those with SEN, in order that they can realise their full potential.  It may not list every skill, resource and technique we employ in order to achieve this, as these are continually developed and used to modify our provision to meet the changing requirements for individual pupils.

Children are identified as having SEN when concerns are raised by parents/carers, teachers or the child; or their progress has slowed or stopped and the interventions, resources etc. put in place do not enable improvement.  Once this occurs, we have specific needs-based plans (IEPs) which help support their development and accelerate progress. Each child’s IEP will be planned by the class teacher.  It will be differentiated accordingly to suit the pupils’ individual needs.  This may include additional support by the teacher or classroom support assistant. Children at this school make good progress and achieve in line with other school nationally with SEN.  Other useful documents such as our SEN and Inclusion Policies are available on the school website.  If you would like any further information about what we have to offer please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

 Further Information...

Statutory Phonics

Please follow the link  to obtain further information about phonics testing. Department for Education further information  

In order to teach all our pupils to become fluent, confident readers, who have a love of reading; it is paramount that we teach a daily phonics lesson.

We make arrangements for Phonics to be taught rapidly and vigorously, in a systematic way throughout FS and KS1.  Pupils receive phonics teaching in line with the DFE document ‘Letters and Sounds’ programme where we teach each of the Phases. Phase 1 in Nursery and Phase 2-6 in school. This is done in discrete daily sessions.

Teaching is systematic through the Phases and therefore progression is ensured. Our philosophy is to provide sessions which are multisensory, engaging, varied and interactive so that children are having fun whilst learning.

Pupils continue to receive daily phonics teaching until they are confident with using and applying the skills taught within phase five of the ‘Letters and Sounds’. Within Reception and Key Stage 1 children are taught four new sounds a week using flashcards and some interactive resources. Pupils who are making slow progress are identified through formative assessment during lessons and intervention is immediately put into place, alongside the usual phonics teaching. In Reception and Year one, children are sent home with reading books which are fully decodable and match the sounds being taught. Discrete phonics teaching continues into Key Stage 2, and for as long as necessary, for pupils who require extra support and learning time to focus on securing their phonics knowledge. We work within all Key Stages to ensure that all pupils who would benefit from extra phonics teaching receive it. Any pupil, who has not reached the expected phonics level by the end of Year 1, as assessed by the national screening check, receives additional phonics intervention within Year 2, so that they can catch up with their peers.


Early Reading

At Trinity All Saints our goal is to foster a love for reading in our children. Alongside developing a strong base in phonics, children are taught to read through various means:

Guided Reading - These are small-group teacher-led sessions where children share the same book, appropriate to their reading level. During this time, children are taught the deeper skills of reading and comprehension, such as inference.  The structure for guided reading is as follows:

  • Pre read - Highlighting new vocabulary, phonemes learnt and difficult spellings

  • A read through - An adult models reading part of the text and the children continue individually or in pairs.

  • Comprehension - To complete the activity children answer comprehension questions which include both inference and retrieval challenges.

Modelled Reading/shared reading: this occurs when teachers read aloud to children, demonstrating fluency and expression and sharing enjoyment of and interest in the text. 

Core Texts: In key stage 1, we carefully choose and plan high quality core texts as a basis for our English units, linked to a topic, where possible.

Independent Reading:  All children have opportunities during the school day to read independently. When ready, they progress to the Accelerated Reader programme.

Parents are an integral part in the children’s reading journey. We encourage children to read at home on a daily basis and communication between school and home is recorded in ‘Reading Records’.

Trinity All Saints Phonics Results 2019


Information for Parents and Carers


Download from browser e-Safety Policy

The internet, mobile phone, Bluetooth, chat/instant messaging and games console are integral to our children’s every day lives. The internet is the greatest world library for your child and has many benefits, but it also carries risks. e-Safety will be taught to children as part of PSHCE. 

Please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher for lesson content.

How to set Parental Controls (Top 4 Providers) 

How to set YouTube Restrictions for age appropriate content 

About YouTube App. for Kids Parent Guide 

ChildNet HOT TOPICS   

Government guidelines can be found at

Directgov Internet  Safety Information   A Practical Guide for Parents

Look for this Icon on all Social Networking sites to report cyber bullying. 

 link to ceop

link to Think You know Internet Safety Informationlink to Know It All Internet Safety Informationlink to KidSMART Internet Safety Informationlink to

Friends of Trinity 2019 Flyer/Events

Our PTFA is a registered charity - please visit the Charity Commission


A very warm welcome to our school.  We realise it can be strange and a little nerve racking joining a school and there always seem to be so many questions to ask!  If you have any questions after reading this sheet, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Parnham (our Parental Involvement Worker) or Mrs Russell (our Headteacher).


We are very fortunate at our school to have a PTFA that has been an integral part of the school community for many years.  In its time the PTFA has raised many hundreds of pounds, which have been spent on improving equipment and resources to enhance our children’s education and the facilities in school in general.  Our PTFA is known as - Friends of Trinity All Saints

But it is much, much more than just fundraising.  Friends of Trinity All Saints exists to provide closer links between home and school and it is an excellent way to socially bring staff, parents, carers, and friends together in support of the school working towards a common goal.  And it’s fun!  Obviously as in any organisation, there are times when it is more challenging, but with the continued support of parent/carers and staff, Friends of Trinity All Saints has always succeeded in its efforts.


As in most schools, the majority of funds are raised through the events that we run.  Some of our most popular events are the Fairs and social get togethers.  We have printed tea towels, had fashion shows and ladies pamper nights, summer barbecues and bingo nights!

So you can see there is always something going on!  We always try and respond to the children’s requests for events and it is truly the icing on the cake to see them having fun at the events or enjoying the use of new equipment that Friends of Trinity All Saints has donated to school.


It is at our meetings that the decision on how to spend the money is taken.  Usually, our headteacher will have a ‘shopping list’ of items that the school would like to purchase.  Sometimes this will be as a result of the children asking for something and voted on through the School Council.  Other times it will be resources to improve a particular area of the curriculum or school environment.  In the main the Friends of Trinity All Saints funds are the ’extras’ not provided by the school budget, that make our children’s learning experiences so much more fulfilling and exciting, for example, school trips and playground equipment.

Money is spent quickly.  That way, you can be sure that in supporting our school, your child will feel the benefit. 


There are lots of ways you can help and support your child through Friends of Trinity All Saints.  Offering to help before events or at other times during the year is so valuable – it really is a case of ‘many hands make light work’.  It doesn’t matter if you can’t help on a regular basis, or even if you can’t come into school.  There are always little jobs that can be done from home if you have half an hour to spare e.g. wrapping gifts, preparing raffle tickets.  We really couldn’t achieve what we do without the unseen help that exists in school.

You can, of course, come along to our meetings and give us your ideas for fundraising events- this is also the time to ask questions and voice your opinion.

You can help by letting us know if you have any contacts or skills we could use – anything is valuable to us.  You can do this by either providing your details to the school office or at the next meeting.

And finally, we are always extremely grateful to receive any donations.

We hope you now know a little bit more about Friends of Trinity All Saints. On behalf of all the children we would like to thank you for your very valuable support which enriches their learning experiences and makes their time in school so enjoyable.

With your help we can make a difference.

Helping to provide the memories that we all cherish.


Morning Nursery:                          The session starts at 8.40am and ends at 11.40am

Afternoon Nursery:                       The session starts at 12.20pm and ends at 3.20pm

Full time Nursery:                          The session starts at 8.40am and ends 3.20pm

Reception to Year 6:                      The school day starts at 8.45am and ends at 3.15pm



Key Stage 1 (Year 1 & 2):               10.30am -10.45am

Lower Key Stage 2 (Year 3 & 4):   10.45am - 11.00am

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 & 6):   11.00am - 11.15am



Full time Nursery:                           11.40am - 12.20pm (Lunch brought from home)

Reception:                                        11.45am - 1.00pm

Key Stage 1 (Year 1 & 2):                12.00pm - 1.00pm

Key Stage 2 (Year 3 to 6):               12.15pm - 1.15pm


Please contact Mrs Parnham is you would like information about adult courses:

  • Nurturing Course

  • Speakeasy

  • Keeping up with the children MATHS

  • Playing with sounds - An introduction to phonics in Reception

  • Internet Safety - Help keep your child safe online CEOP

Please join us for Chill and Chat every Wednesday (term time only) in Church from 8.45am to 11.30am.  An informal coffee morning to meet new friends, to  enjoy good conversation and time to relax.

At Trinity All Saints we value the interest and time parents spend helping their children and the school as a whole.  We are working continually to improve the breadth of opportunitiesavailable to our children.

Parental Involvement is about

  • Having positive parenting skills in terms of love, kindness, generosity, being responsive, supportive, and consistent, providing opportunities and taking an interest in children.    

  • It is about talking with and listening to children, helping with homework and discussing school.

  • Finding out more about what and how children learn in school so that parents have clearer understanding of how to help their child at home.

  • Creating opportunities for learning in and amongst everyday life, when getting to school by bus, on foot, or by car, shopping in a supermarket, cooking a meal, eating together, cleaning, washing etc.

  • Spending quality time together playing a game, playing with toys, going to the park, kicking a ball about, visiting places of interest, going for a walk.

  • Sharing experiences which can be enjoyed together.

  • Meeting the physical needs of the children in terms of ensuring they get good nights sleep, eat breakfast, supporting children in getting ready for school, organising and monitoring a child’s time.

The Benefits of Parental Involvement

For Children:

  • Increased support for learning

  • Improved confidence

  • Raised self-esteem

  • Higher motivation

  • Raised aspirations

  • Reduced absenteeism

  • Improved behaviour/more positive attitude

  • Greater success/achievement

For Parents:

  • Parents have/or develop positive attitudes towards school.

  • Parents attach greater importance to the value of children’s learning and education.

  • Parents become increasingly confident and are able to support and extend their child’s learning.

  • Support and advice for parents to develop their own learning and skills.

For School:

  • When similar schools are compared, those with strong home-school links have consistently fewer problems related to pupil work and behaviour.

  • Schools that work well with parents, share information and tackle misunder­standing and problems at an early stage; celebrate improved levels of achievement, enjoy positive pupil attitudes and behaviour.

School Meals and Milk

School Meals and Milk


MENU - From 7th September 2020

Universal Free School Meals

School Milk

Snack at Playtime


School Meals and Lunchtime Arrangements

Our cook takes pride in serving varied and nutritious meals at lunchtime.  Lunches are cooked every day in our own school kitchen.

Meals are paid for weekly on Monday mornings.  The correct money should be placed in an envelope with the child's name and class clearly marked on it and it is to be placed in the zipped envelope in the classroom at morning registration.  With effect from 1st January 2020 the meal price is £1.90 per day (£9.50 each week).  If you wish to pay by cheque, please make it payable to "Bradford Council ", and write the cheque card number on the back of the cheque.

Children may bring a packed lunch.  A drink of water is given to all children regardless of whether they have a dinner or bring a packed lunch.

If your child is going to be late and you still wish to order a dinner for your child, please ring and let us know as soon as possible.

It is expected that pupils will respond positively to all lunchtime staff as they would any other member of staff.  They deal with all lunchtime matters including first aid.

Children who cannot play safely at lunchtime will be asked to go home for their dinner.    


Meal price correct January 2019        



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FREE SCHOOL MEAL ENTITLEMENT  Please apply to Bradford Council or see contact information below.

Free School Meals pays for a school lunch for your child.

If your child attends a tax-payer funded nursery or school, full time and in the Bradford district you may be able to get Free School Meals.

You can apply for school meals if you receive:

  • Income Support

  • Income Based Jobseekers Allowance

  • Income Related Employment and Support Allowance

  • Child Tax Credit with an annual income of less than £16,190, provided they are not receiving Working Tax Credit

  • the ‘Guaranteed’ element of the State Pension Credit

  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (you will need to apply directly to the school not Bradford Council)

  • Working Tax Credit run-on (paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)

  • Universal Credit

This information has been taken directly from Bradford Council's website.   

School meals are free for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 - why do I still need to apply?
All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 get free school meals, but if you receive one of the benefits from the list above you may also get help with:

  • the cost of residential school trips (speak to school about this)

  •  school milk

  • school uniform costs (Uniform Assistance at Trinity All Saints Primary)

For each child registered for free school meals, schools receive a pupil premium of £1,300 (Primary schools) or £935 (Secondary schools) per year. This money is to help your child achieve their best at school.

Families may apply for free school meals by completing the online form on the Bradford Council website.  Please click - Direct Link to Bradford Council Benefit Overview and Online Application Forms

Alternatively you can contact the Bradford Council Benefits Services via telephone or e-mail for further assistance on  01274 432772 or    



We offer 1/3 pint carton of milk daily on the following basis:

  • Children in Nursery receive Free School Milk - this is automatically ordered by school so no action required. 

  • Children in Reception aged 4 (who do not have their 5th birthday in the current term) receive Free School Milk. Please place order on ParentPay before the advised deadline for the current term. 

  • Children in Reception aged 5 (or who turn 5 in the current term) and children in Year 1 to Year 6 receive subsidised milk and the cost depends on the number of weeks in the term. Information advising parents/carers of this option are published on ParentPay at the end of each term for the provision of milk for the following term. Orders and payment needs to be actioned on ParentParent before the advised deadline for the current term.

  •  If your child is entitled to Free School Meals (based on your circumstances and income, not the Universal Free Meal for all children in Key Stage 1), he/she will be entitled to Free School Milk.  Please place order on ParentPay before the advised deadline for the current term. 

Milk is not automatically ordered (with the exception of Nursery). If your child would like milk please order through ParentPay by the advised deadline for the current term.  If you have not ordered by the deadline it will be presumed that your child does not require milk.  Please note that we are unable to amend the milk order after the deadline date.


Snacks at Playtime

At present, children up to the age of six receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable at playtime as part of the 'Free Fruit to School Campaign'. Children in Key Stage 2 (Year 3 to Year 6) are encouraged to bring a healthy snack, such as fruit or raw vegetables for their morning break.  As part of our Whole School Food Policy we are promoting the contents of a healthy lunch box for pupils and are discouraging parents/carers to include sweets, chocolate bars, crisps and fizzy drinks in a child's lunch box.  

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Trinity Houses

Recognising positive behaviour choices.

When adults and children join Trinity All Saints they are allocated to one of the houses shown below.  House points can be earned by everyone and are used to promote:

  • Positive behaviour, thoughtfulness, and respect

  • Shared aims and goals

  • Teamwork and co-operation

  • Positive attitude to school and others

  • Participation and effort in all subjects

  • Achievements and successes of all 

  • Confidence and self-esteem

 William Forster (Yellow House) 

Today all children have the right to a free education in Britain.

It was William Forster, a member of parliament for Bradford, who helped to make sure that there was a basic free ‘elementary’ education for all

children in England and wales.

William was born a long way away in Dorset in 1818, but settled in Bradford when he grew up because of the industry in the area. He was very successful in the wool trade and made lots of money.

The elementary Education Bill was introduced by William to Parliament in February 1870 and marked the start of a national education system.

Many people campaigned for children to have the right to an education, but it was William Forster who championed the education act that first made this law.


 David Hockney (Red House) 

Designs on Peace

David was born in Bradford in July 1937 and he always liked drawing.

His dad Kenneth, also an artist, liked most of his artwork to be practical. He designed, painted and made a huge number of posters and banners emblazoned with the message of peace. David went on countless peace marches and rallies with his dad in the late 50s and early 60s. They campaigned together against war and for peace.

David went on to study at Bradford College school of art and later at the royal college of art in London. Like other young men of his age he was expected to spend some time in one of the armed forces but he refused to fight or kill.

Later he was very active, along with his father in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and could be seen at rallies carrying banner and posters designed by his father, himself and his art school friends. On some pictures from this time you can see the CND sign, sometimes called the peace symbol. The symbol was first used in March 1958 and carried by hundreds of people campaigning against nuclear weapons. It helped them make their protest clear to the rest of the world.


 Margaret McMillan (Green House) 


Today we take for granted many things that Margaret fought for!

Margaret McMillan was born in New York in July 1860. Her parents were Scottish and eventually took both Margaret and her sister back to Scotland. In 1877 Margaret began to train as a teacher and to be interested in the idea of equal rights for all people.

Margaret argued that everyone should have the right to education. From 1892 Margaret starting working in Bradford, where life for poor working families was terribly hard and schools for ordinary children not very good.

Many children still worked in mills and lots died before they became teenagers due to illness or accidents. In 1894 Margaret became the first woman on the Bradford school board (years before women had the right to vote!).

Because of Margaret’s efforts the city provided free school meals, health checks, PE, swimming baths and nurseries. Bradford was the first city in the country to do this for its children.


 Miriam Lord (Blue House) 


Miriam Lord was born in Bradford in 1885. Her father believed in equal rights and education for all and he brought his daughter up to believe that we should work together to improve life for everyone.

Miriam was inspired by the work of Margaret McMillan and became a teacher. She was the first Headteacher of Lilycroft Nursery School which opened in 1921.

Miriam set about creating a place where children of mill-workers were well cared for, well fed, were allowed to play, learn and be happy. She tried very hard to carry on Margaret McMillan’s work and to stress that happy, healthy children learn best and are most likely to live in peace and friendship.

To enable more children to have a better start in life, Miriam decided to raise funds to build a college to train teachers and show them how to provide an excellent education. As a result of her hard work the Margaret McMillan Teacher Training College opened in Bradford in 1952



School Uniform Assistance Policy - June 2020

School Uniform Assistance Application Form - June 2020 

All children are encouraged to take pride in their appearance and to gain a sense of identity and belonging by wearing the School Uniform.  All children are required to wear a sweatshirt/cardigan with the Trinity All Saints logo. Sweatshirts, cardigans, and polo shirts with the embroidered school logo are available from the following retailers:
My Clothing Limited -
Whittakers Schoolwear (formerly Henry Smiths, Shipley and Andrew Firths, Keighley)  -
Bookbags, rucksacks, PE bags and outdoor coats with the embroidered school logo are available from the following retailer:
My Clothing Limited  -
Name labels are available from the following retailers:
My Clothing Limited -
Stikins - 
For a full list of uniform including footwear and PE kit please see the Parent Handbook or a paper copy can be obtained from the school office.

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Our School Christian Values: -  *Fellowship *Hope *Peace *Endurance *Thankfulness *Trust *Wisdom *Justice *Reverence *Forgiveness *Friendship *Compassion *Service

Trinity All Saints Primary School House System 

Recognising positive behaviour choices.

When adults and children join Trinity All Saints they are allocated to one of the houses shown below.  House points can be earned by everyone and are used to promote:

  • Positive behaviour, thoughtfulness, and respect
  • Shared aims and goals
  • Teamwork and co-operation
  • Positive attitude to school and others
  • Participation and effort in all subjects
  • Achievements and successes of all 
  • Confidence and self-esteem
William Forster (Yellow House) - Today all children have the right to a free education in Britain.
William Forster (Yellow House) - Today all children have the right to a free education in Britain.

It was William Forster, a member of parliament for Bradford, who helped to make sure that there was a basic free ‘elementary’ education for all children in England and wales.

Margaret McMillan (Green House) - “Hungry children cannot learn!”
Margaret McMillan (Green House) - “Hungry children cannot learn!”

Margaret, a teacher in Bradford, argued that everyone should have the right to education. Because of Margaret’s efforts the city provided free school meals, health checks, PE, swimming baths and nurseries. Bradford was the first city in the country to do this for its children.

David Hockney (Red House) Designs on Peace
David Hockney (Red House) Designs on Peace

David studied at Bradford College school of art and later at the royal college of art in London.  He was very active  in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

Miriam Lord (Blue House) “Happy people don’t make wars!”
Miriam Lord (Blue House) “Happy people don’t make wars!”

Miriam was inspired by the work of Margaret McMillan and became a teacher.  Her father believed in equal rights and education for all and he brought his daughter up to believe that we should work together to improve life for everyone.