Trinity Lower School, as it was then, was originally situated at the Old School House next to the church in Aldwincle. The new school was built and opened in May 1964 when staff and pupils moved the short distance along Main Street. Since then the school has grown both in buildings and pupils to its present day with in excess of 150 children on roll.

AldwincleSchooldaysThe school is situated in the beautiful village of Aldwincle and we welcome the villagers in joining us in many of our traditional activities such as our Easter Bonnet Parade, Maypole Dancing at our Mid-Summer Fayre and Nativity.  We have a supportive Parsh Council who we work with to ensure the school continues to be part of the local community.  For more information about the village and the Parish Council please visit their website:

The school is closely associated with the Church and we regularly visit St.Peter's Church during the year for a range of services and events with Rev. Mynors and our School Chaplain Rev. Cathy Brazier.  We also use the historic All Saints Church for some activities such as choir concerts, the launch of our Harry Potter Theme Week and projects about prayer and reflection.

We are an active member of the rural East Northants cluster of schools with our children moving on in Year 6 to their next school. This includes all 13 schools in the area who work together on joint training and projects to ensure we provide excellent learning opportunities for all the children across the cluster.

We welcome volunteer help in school and, as well as our very active FTS (parents association) we also have a range of regular volunteers of parents and members of the school community.