Holy Trinity is a joint Catholic and Church of England High School. It provides the highest possible quality education within a developing Christian ethos – fully Catholic and fully Church of England, serving as a witness to our Lord Jesus Christ. The Governing Body, which includes Foundation Governors from both traditions, is the admissions authority for the school. This admissions policy has been agreed with both the Trustees of both the Diocese of Hallam and the Diocese of Leeds (formally West Yorkshire and the Dales)Board of Education. The Governors have agreed to adopt the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Scheme for admissions 2019-2020. Nominally fifty per cent of the places available will be reserved for Catholic children and fifty percent for Church of England children. The admission number for Reception Year for 2019-2020 is 60. Pupils admitted to the Primary phase have the right to transfer to the Secondary phase at the end of Year 6.

The admission number for Year 7 for 2019 – 2020 is 80, (this being the number of pupils admitted to the school for the first time).

There is an Open Evening for parents & pupils currently in year 6 (born between 1/9/2007 and 31/8/2008) who are considering applying to Holy Trinity (to start in Year 7 in September 2019) on Wednesday September 26th 2018 between 6pm and 8pm.

How to Apply…

Advice and guidance is found above. You can apply online via Barnsley Council’s website following the link below

Link to On Line Application Process

Along with the authority’s common application form, you will need to fill out and submit the supplementary information form (SIF) and you may also be required to submit a minister’s reference (see the Admission Arrangements 2019-20) found here:

If you have completed the application form online, the Supplementary Information Form/Minister’s Reference (if applicable) and certificates of baptism, need to go to the council admissions. If you have completed a paper application form, the Supplementary Information Form/ Minister’s Reference (if applicable)  should be attached to it.