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Newsletter 17 - 15th January 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,
We do hope you are all keeping well.
It’s been really great to see the engagement and enthusiasm of all the children with their home learning this week – well done to you all. And to all parents for supporting your children and their teachers with accessing and taking part in the sessions. Once again your messages of support are very gratefully received – they really boost us!
On Tuesday we were kindly given 5 refurbished laptops by a community project. We were able to set them up and take them to families that needed them. It’s great that we’re able to do this so please do continue to let us know if you’re having difficulties.
In case you missed it, here is the link to our Collective Worship and Stars of the Week! 
Enjoy your weekend – thank you to all our key workers out there!
Mrs Griffith

Letter from Director of Children's Services

Please find a letter below for all parents from Kevin McDaniel, Director of Children's Services at RBWM

How to Hand in Work on an Ipad

Emily M in Class 5W has produced a video showing beautifully how to hand in work to your teacher using Microsoft Teams on an Ipad.  Thank you very much Emily for sharing your knowledge in this very clear and useful video.  

How to Hand in Your Work On Teams on an IPad - by Emily M

Still image for this video

Year 4 Star Readers

Please see pictures of Year 4 Star Readers below along with their examples of the books they've been reading...

Message from Mrs Neale

Year 6 have been working so hard over the past week and Mrs Neale, Mrs Marriner and Miss Lazar are so proud of the efforts they have been making with their online learning. Every single one of them has been in registration and lessons.  As well as working hard, submitting their online assignments and responding to feedback, they have been finding a bit of time for mindfulness between sessions which we all know is vital.  Here is one example from Bowen to share with you.

KS1 Critical Worker Bubble

Cooking and Crafting in our KS1 Critical Bubble this week...

Forest School

Children in our KS1 Critical Worker Bubble enjoyed examining ice at close quarters!

Reading Football Club

Reading FC are running Facebook Live football training sessions for 8 - 18 year olds.  Please click on the flyer below for more details. 

Free Family First Magazine

Please click here for a free online issue of Family First magazine.  

School Term Dates

Please see here for term dates:

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 J. Griffith, Mrs C Barnes, Miss S. Harding, Mrs F Fargher