Holy Trinity School

Address
Birmingham Road
Kidderminster
Worcestershire
DY10 2BY
Tel
01562 822 929
Fax
01562 865 137
Email
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Holy Trinity School, Kidderminster is an independent school for girls aged from 3 to 19.

Local authority:

Worcestershire

Pupils:

318

Religion:

Christian

Open days:

16th May


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Holy Trinity school is small enough to be able to provide a caring community based on the foundation that each individual is well known to a large number of staff. A very strong pastoral system exists to provide the best possible care of pupils. The school able to offer a wide range of GCSE and A level subjects as well as a large number of extra-curricular activities. Christian based, multi-denominational... Read More

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