Holy Trinity to become free school

Holy Trinity International School in Kidderminster has announced that it intends to become one of the Government’s new Free Schools from September 2013. Head teacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright, said: “Many local families wish to send their children to the school, but are unable to do so for financial reasons. It is the school’s wish, by becoming a Free School, to enhance parental choice and to benefit the local community.”

For more information visit holytrinity.co.uk or contact the school direct on 01562 822929, or by emailing contact@holytrinity.co.uk

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