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Trinity Anglican Methodist

Primary School

Aiming higher together, every day in every way

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Oasis@Trinity offers a chance to chat, have a cuppa, browse our support library, find out what’s on, or simply sit a while to enjoy a still place in our busy world. Life throws many challenges our way and it is often with support  that we can feel stronger and get through. Gemma Measures co-ordinate our Oasis support and can welcome you into Oasis@Trinity Monday morning or by appointment if the need arises. We all need that ‘still place’ or simply to be with like-minded people chatting over a cup of coffee.



Gemma Measures has been part of the Trinity team for over 3 years working across the school and now as our Learning Mentor. 


Monday mornings

coffee cup clipartimage of buntingOasis is open to drop in on Monday mornings during term time between 8.40 and 10.00am. Just follow the bunting near the Reception classes and you will find us. Babies, toddlers and parents or carers are all welcome for a cuppa, a chat and a sit-down. See you there!


Listening Post

If you need to talk…

…we are here to listen


  • listening post logoWhatever you are going through, big or small, don’t bottle it up
  • We are here for you if you’re worried about something, feel upset or confused or just need to talk to someone
  • We can offer a safe, non-judgemental, supportive space where you can talk through your concerns

Just give us a call to arrange to chat privately on the phone or to meet up:

Gemma Measures  01275 397710



Parent and Child library 

clipart of a bookshelfOasis parent and child library offers some fantastic books to help your child understand what is happening in their world and help us as parents through tough times. Anyone is welcome to sign out books covering topics such as 'starting school', 'potty training', 'top tips for parenting', 'divorce', 'self-esteem' and many more. The books are always on display at Oasis every Monday 8.40am 'til 10.00am.



EARLY HELP (North Somerset Website)

Early Help | North Somerset Council (


Early Help means using the community of support around your family to make sure small problems don't become big problems. It's a way for families, children and young people of any age to get help as early as possible.

Early Help involves talking with you and your family to understand what your needs are and find the people who can give you the best help.

It is not a single service, tool or assessment, it is a safety net of services and organisations in your community who work together to get you the right support at the right time from the right people.

read our early help guide






Portishead Churches Oasis at Trinity works closely with our linked churches: the Church of England and Methodist churches in the town. Together the school and the churches offer to provide important family support through running courses, information sessions and one to one conversations. If you would like to get in touch with a member of our clergy please contact: Rev Rob Eastwood-Dewing (Church of England) 01275 846592 Rev Nick Moxon (Methodist Church) 01275 398881


Relationship Counselling for individuals and couples: Eszter Lukacsi Contact Relate Avon on 0117 942 8444 Eszter is a highly qualified Counsellor who offers Relationship Counselling for Parents and Carers in the Portishead area with at least one child aged 0-5 years. All appointments take place at St Barnabas Children's Centre, West Hill, Portishead, BS20 6LN.

Family Lives: (Parenting and family support) 08088002222

Positive Steps: (Supporting wellness and positive mental health) 08006888010

Citizens Advise Bureau (including debt counselling ): 01934 836201Walk in at the Folk Hall Portishead between 10am and 2pm Monday mornings

Portishead Children's Centre: 01275884001

Care for the family: (Parenting advice)

CRUSE: (Bereavement care) 08088081677

CAMHS: (Children Adolescent Mental Health Service): 01934 426622

Domestic Abuse

For a local safe space to seek help and advice, see links below:


Safe Spaces

Ask for ANI is delivered in partnership with Safe Spaces, a safe and confidential room where victims can take some time to reflect, access information on specialist support services or call friends or family.

Safe Spaces are also available in Boots, Morrisons, Superdrug and Well pharmacies, TSB banks and independent pharmacies across the UK.

Find your nearest Safe Space.




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.