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Trinity Anglican Methodist

Primary School

Aiming higher together, every day in every way

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Cultural Education



Our Vision Statement captures our desire to inspire, through our Christian values, unique individuals who believe they can achieve more than they ever thought possible in mind, body and spirit. Through nurture & challenge, we also aim to provide a firm foundation to enable all to thrive; to lead and serve in their lifelong journey as local, national and global citizens. 


Children are encouraged to understand and appreciate of the wide range of cultural influences that have shaped their own heritage and those of others

  • History of our school display is in progress and will celebrate the school heritage and the inclusion of photographs of current parents and staff when they were at our school as children, fosters a sense of ‘belonging’.
  • Wesleys are specifically studied because of their influence on the Methodist movement and local interest in Bristol. 
  • Through our themed learning, children learn about how the past has influenced the present and how actions today will influence the future eg history based topics such as Brunel
  • The school takes part in national events that mark cultural heritage, i.e. Armistice Day



Children are willing to participate in and respond positively to artistic, musical, sporting and cultural opportunities including knowledge about public institutions and services.

  • There is a range of sporting activities and sports coaches run activities before, during and after school which are all enthusiastically received.
  • As part of North Somerset PE Association, there are plenty of opportunities for inter-school competitions and trying new sports eg archery, fencing and laser run and baton twirling.
  • There is also a wide variety of musical opportunities which are very popular eg Peripatetic music lessons in school, Multi Academy Trust music festival at Wells Cathedral, North Somerset music festivals eg Raise the Roof, our own school choir and Rock Steady.
  • The curriculum provides artistic opportunities and there is always a display of the children’s artwork in communal areas of the school to celebrate and inspire.
  • There is a tradition of an annual theatre company performing a pantomime for the whole school.
  • A wide range of trips and visitors teaches the children about public institutions and services eg fire, police, lifeguards and nurses.


Children have the opportunity to understand and appreciate of the range of different cultures within school and further afield as an essential element of their preparation for life in modern Britain.

  • Parents are invited into school to share their beliefs with classes.
  • The Children of Africa choir were hosted by some of our families and we appreciated listening to the singing from their culture when they visited.
  • Links with the Bongakhule School in South Africa, through the Za Foundation, mean there has been pen friend letters exchanged, photographs and other means of support. We have also received numerous visits from our friends in South Africa.
  • Resources in school reflect a range of cultures from around the world.
  • All our teaching and collective worship is balanced and offers a range of views appropriate to the age of the children.




Together we inspire, through our Christian values, unique individuals who believe they can achieve more than they ever thought possible in mind, body and spirit. Through nurture and challenge, we provide a firm foundation to enable all to thrive, to lead and serve in their life long journey as local, national and global citizens.