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Newsletter 21 - 15th Feb 2019

Have a great half term holiday everyone. There's been a lot of illness in school this term so we hope everyone gets a chance to rest and recuperate.  Let's hope the sun shines for you all!

Stars of the Week for w/e 8th February 2019

Reception – Matthew for making super progress with his reading and numeracy

Year 1 – Charlie for working really hard on his handwriting

Year 2 – Dahlia for amazing work in Maths steps

Class 3C – Finn for writing a great diary as an Ancient Egyptian servant and for putting maximum effort in to this piece of work.

Class 3G – Maisie for being a very friendly member of our class who is always putting 100% in to her writing.

Year 4 – Francis for a fantastic piece of art work for the Ascot art competition.

Year 5 – Belle for a fantastic piece of topic homework – an ‘Aztec Gods Have Talent’ theatre!

Year 6 – Grace for always giving 100% effort and challenging herself in her learning.

Letter from the Department of Education

We were delighted to receive a letter this week from the Secretary of State for Education congratulating us on the levels achieved in Maths in KS2 SATs last year:

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Year 1 Celebrate a 100 Days!

Class 1 celebrated their 100th day in year 1 on Wednesday.  We had a maths morning doing lots of counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10s, making necklaces, creating cup sculptures and decorating a 100 biscuits!  We had great fun!

 

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Year 3 Attend an Egyptian Workshop at Eton College

On Monday 11th February Year 3 went to Eton College and they had a museum and we went to a Egyptian workshop, but first we looked around an amazing chapel. 


Then a lady called Saskia, an education officer, came to get us. She walked us down a road to the museum. When we got there she showed us an artefact that they used for eye make up.


Then we did some activities. We did a hieroglyphics hunt, drew what we would like in the afterlife and learnt about the Egyptian gods through a game of pairs. Then we had a look around the museum.

Report by Evie - Class 3G

 

Miss Glenister and Miss Cullen would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff and parent volunteers who came with us, the trip could not have gone ahead without them. The classes were really well behaved and it was a pleasure to take them to Eton College, one of the masters even commented on how well behaved they were! 

 

 

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Explore the Three Museums of Eton College

Year 3 enjoyed the museums of Eton College which come highly recommended.  The museums are The Museum of Eton Life, The Natural History Museum and The Museum of Antiquities.  All are open on Sundays from 2.30 - 5pm and admission is free.  Please see here for more information https://www.etoncollege.com/collegecollections.aspx

Year 4 Greek Day

Year 4 immersed themselves in everything Ancient Greek on Thursday this week with various activities including cooking!  Please see a couple of photos below:

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World Book Day

World Book Day is on 7th March and this year we'll be asking children to bring in a book they like and know well and to dress up as a character from the book!  The PTA will also be running a book sale in the hall in the afternoon with books on sale for 50p.  Donations of books welcome from 4th March onwards - many thanks.

Head Lice

We have reported cases of head lice in school again.  Please take the opportunity in half term to do a spot of bug busting!

PTA Disco

The PTA Disco has been rescheduled to 29th March.  This is the same evening as the pre-school quiz and so timings might be changed slightly.  Please pay for tickets on Parent Pay if you haven't already - many thanks.

 

Spring Term Dates 2019

Mon 25th February—INSET DAY

Fri 1st March—Y1 Bake Sale

Thurs 7th March—Reception Class Assembly—9.15am

Thurs 7th March—PTA Book Sale

Thurs 7th March— Y5 & Y6 Netball Match at the Marist—3.30pm

Thurs 7th March— Y5 & Y6 Netball at Charters—3.30—5pm

Mon 11th March—Y5 Bikeability Starts

Mon 11th March—PTA Meeting 8pm

Weds 13th March – Year 4 Trip to Madagascar the Musical – Return at 4.15pm

Thurs 14th March—Y1 Trip to the Theatre

Thurs 14th March—Y3 and Y6 Shakespeare Workshops

Fri 15th March—Y2 Class Assembly—9.15am

Fri 15th March—Reception Class Bake Sale

Tues 19th March—Parents’ Consultation Evening

Thurs 21st March—Y1 Class Assembly 9.15am

Thurs 21st March—Parents’ Consultation Evening

Mon 25th March—Class Photos

Thurs 28th March—Y3 and Y4 Netball at Charters—3.30—5pm

Fri 29th March – PTA Disco

Mon 1st April—Easter Service—Y1, 3C, 3G & Y5—9.30am Holy Trinity Church

Tues 2nd April— Easter Service—Rec, Y2, Y4 & Y6 —9.30am Holy Trinity Church

Weds 3rd April—PTA Easter Egg Hunt

Fri 5th April—End of Term 2pm

School Term Dates

Please see here for term dates:

http://www.holytrinityschsunningdale.co.uk/term-dates/

Absence

Ofsted noted a marked increase in persistent absence (a holiday will register as persistent absence). Please do not book holidays or family days during term time. Thank you.

Holy Trinity CE Primary School take safeguarding very seriously. If you have a concern, please do not hesitate to report to our designated staff;

Mrs P. O’Brien, Mrs J. Griffith, Miss S. Harding, Mrs F Fargher.

Healthy and Happy Minds for Younger People

Magnolia House and Kings Corner Patients Groups have arranged for the following talk for parents:

 

Healthy & Happy Minds For Younger People
 A talk by Dr. Katie Simpson, GP Mental Health Lead, East Berkshire CCG
 The talk will include:

 

Building resilience in children & young people for good mental health

Local provision for children’s emotional and mental health problems.

 

Thursday 21st March
 7.30pm – 8.30pm
 Charters School, Main School Hall,
 Charters Road, Sunningdale, SL5 9QY.
 Free of charge. Everyone welcome.
 Plenty of parking on site available

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