Holy Trinity Catholic and Church of England School

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Holy Trinity Catholic and Church of England School
Established 2012
Type Voluntary Aided School
Religion Roman Catholic & Church of England
Head Teacher Mrs A Dickson (Acting Headteacher for academic year 2016/17)
Location Carlton Road
Barnsley
South Yorkshire
S71 2LF
England
53°34′42″N 1°27′31″W / 53.57838°N 1.45854°W / 53.57838; -1.45854Coordinates: 53°34′42″N 1°27′31″W / 53.57838°N 1.45854°W / 53.57838; -1.45854
Local authority Barnsley
DfE URN 135896 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Capacity 1120
Gender Mixed
Ages 3–16
Houses Raphael, Uriel, Barachiel, Gabriel, and Zadkiel
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Navy Blue     
Website Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Catholic and Church of England School co-educational voluntary aided primary and secondary school for pupils aged from 3 to 16. The school is jointly funded by Barnsley LEA, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hallam and the Church of England Diocese of Leeds. The school is located in Carlton Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England.

The school was formed in 2012 from the merger of St Michaels Catholic and Church of England High School, Holy Cross Deanery Church of England Primary School and St Dominic's Catholic Primary School.[1] The school opened in a new building on land adjacent to the old High School site.[2]

Holy Trinity is the only purpose built 3-16 Catholic and Church of England school in the country.

Simon Barber was the serving Headteacher of Holy Trinity since its opening, he left on 15 July 2016, leaving the school to be run by Deputy Headteacher, Mrs A Dickson, for Academic Year 2016-17. The school expects to have a long-term replacement from September 2017.

As of January 2017, the school is in special measures and is currently being prepared to become an academy.[3]

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