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Holy Trinity Primary School, Enniskillen

Principal's Welcome

You are very welcome to our school website, through your visit I hope you gain a good insight into the life of our school.

Holy Trinity is an inclusive learning community striving to meet the needs of everyone. To achieve this we aim to build on the good practice that already exists in the school and to develop new initiatives so that our children receive the best education we can offer them.

As a catholic school we strive to develop each child to their full potential in a community where everyone is valued, nurtured and cherished and where the self esteem and dignity of everyone is promoted.

If you are unable to find the information you require on this website please contact the school for further assistance.

Brian Treacy

Principal

 

Upcoming Events...

Wednesday, 28th June 2017
End of year Mass (1pm)
Friday, 30th June 2017
Last Day of 2016-2017 School Year
Please note dates and times are subject to change.
 

Latest Gallery

Rainforest topic: P7 pupils release their Butterflies
Rainforest topic: P7 pupils release their Butterflies
 
P2 Bundoran Trip: Having great fun in the sand
P2 Bundoran Trip: Having great fun in the sand
 
P5 Bundoran trip: enjoying the sand between their toes
P5 Bundoran trip: enjoying the sand between their toes
 
P1  classes held a tea party for Mrs McDonnell on her last day.
P1 classes held a tea party for Mrs McDonnell on her last day.
 
Children from Holy Trinity Running Club who took part in the Enniskillen Parkrun on Saturday 24th June, congratulations on a great run
Children from Holy Trinity Running Club who took part in the Enniskillen Parkrun on Saturday 24th June, congratulations on a great run
 
P7s enjoying the rides at the Chill Factore
P7s enjoying the rides at the Chill Factore
 
P7 pupils enjoy the snow at the Chill Factore
P7 pupils enjoy the snow at the Chill Factore
 
P7 release butterflies. They watched baby caterpillars change into Chrysalis' and then into Butterflies – the process of metamorphosis
P7 release butterflies. They watched baby caterpillars change into Chrysalis' and then into Butterflies – the process of metamorphosis
 
Mrs Gormley with some of the children who helped us achieve the Best Kept School, Western Region, runners up award.
Mrs Gormley with some of the children who helped us achieve the Best Kept School, Western Region, runners up award.
 
P2 Bundoran Trip: Building Sand Castles
P2 Bundoran Trip: Building Sand Castles
 
P2 Bundoran Trip: Playing in the sand
P2 Bundoran Trip: Playing in the sand
 
P5 Bundoran trip: Finding treasures on the beach
P5 Bundoran trip: Finding treasures on the beach
 
P5 Bundoran trip: Lunch time on the grass
P5 Bundoran trip: Lunch time on the grass
 
P7s check out the changing rooms at Old Trafford
P7s check out the changing rooms at Old Trafford
 
P7s had enjoyed some great weather during there trip to Manchester
P7s had enjoyed some great weather during there trip to Manchester
 
P2 Bundoran Trip: Enjoying the beach
P2 Bundoran Trip: Enjoying the beach
 
P7s enjoy the rides at Alton Towers
P7s enjoy the rides at Alton Towers
 
 

Latest News

26th Jun 2017
On Saturday 24th June nine children...
 
 
 
26th Jun 2017
Miss Devine, Mrs Daly and Mrs O'Connor's...
 
 
 
23rd Jun 2017
P6 children enjoyed a tour of the...
 
 
 
 

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