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Newsletter 18 - 26th January 2024

Dear Parents and Carers,


Next week we have PSHE workshop sessions in school – this is a really key area of our curriculum and you can find out more about the learning in each year group here. We hope the children enjoy their workshops and are able to tell you about them!


Class Assemblies

We are inviting parents/family members to enjoy your child’s class presenting their learning in an assembly. They will begin at 9.15am and will take place in the hall – you will need to come in via the hall door on Church road.

The dates are already in our calendar here but here’s a reminder:


  • Y5 – Thursday 29th February
  • Y6 – Thursday 7th March
  • Y4 – Thursday 18th April
  • Y3 – Thursday 25th April
  • Y2 – Thursday 2nd May
  • Y1 – Thursday 9th May
  • Reception Class – Thursday 23rd May


I wish you all a lovely weekend,

Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e 26th January 2024

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Reception – Javier for working so hard on his phonics and making super progress.

Class 1 – Joshua for always being the best version of himself.  

Class 2 – Allegra for contributing and engaging in all her lessons. 

Class 3 – Joseph for growing independency in all areas of his learning. 

Class 4 – Isabella W for the effort she puts in to presenting her written work beautifully.

Class 5 – Bijan for great focus and making a fantastic effort in English this week.

Class 6 – Ben for having a great attitude to learning and making a particular effort with listening skills.  

House of the Week
The House with the most house points this week is Water! Well done Water!

World Book Day

We will be celebrating World Book Day in school this year on Friday 8th March and children will be asked to dress up as characters from books!  More details will follow but this is just to give you the heads up to be thinking of costumes. 

World Book Day £1 tokens will come home just before half term as they are valid from 15th February in the middle of the holiday.  

Maths Day - Wednesday 27th March

Wednesday 27th March is Maths Day in school and children will be:


  • dressing up in their own Maths related costumes
  • engaging in fun maths challenges in class
  • Taking part in a Maths workshop for all classes from AS Creatives


In addition there's an opportunity for any parents or carers who would be willing to lead a talk or a maths challenge with classes R – Y4. Please contact your child’s class teacher or Mrs Neale if you would be willing to take part.

Holy Trinity Church Food Bank

From next week we will be a drop off point for the Holy Trinity Foodbank which distributes in our local community.  A representative from the Church will let us know which items they're short of, and if you'd like to donate any of these they can be left in School Reception.  At the moment, the Food Bank is in need of:


  • Tinned sweetcorn
  • Tinned soup
  • Tinned fruit
  • Tinned custard
  • Tinned meat
  • Long life milk
  • Long life fruit juice
  • Jars of coffee
  • Teabags

School Premises

A couple of reminders about our school premises.  Please leave promptly once your child is in school in the morning and if you need to return for any reason please do not approach children and speak to them through the school gates.  This is an important part of our safeguarding procedures.  If you need to give something to your child or have a message, office staff are always happy to help.  

Don't forget that dogs are not allowed anywhere on our premises.  It's particularly dangerous to tie dogs to the vehicle gate as this is automated.

Survey for Parents and Carers about Wraparound Childcare Provision

RBWM have commissioned a survey about wrap around care for primary school aged children.  Please click here to complete the survey. 

Save the Picture House Campaign 

There is a local campaign to save the Picture House/ Novello Theatre for the community which you may have heard about:

'This is a super amenity that has been left to run down but which, with your support, could become a super community hub, a performing arts space alongside the Cordes Hall and a great addition to the local social fabric.'

Sign the online petition here if you'd like to or pop in to Chapmans or Inpsirations in Sunninghill.  

LVS Performing Arts Festival

The LVS Performing Arts Festival 2024 is now open for entries - Please see information from LVS below.   NEW for 2024 are our Choir and Musical Theatre Ensemble sections, please see full details in the Information Park on the Festival webpage. LVS Ascot - Performing Arts Festival Page


We continue to use Festival Connect as our entry system. If you have not used this system before you will need to set up an account, please see the attached guide for full details. If you have used the system before you will be able to go straight to entries.

Click here to go to Festival Connect - Festival Connect Entry System


The deadline for entries is 2nd February, please note that entries may close early if the Festival is full.


Dates for the Festival are below:

Drama Sections  - March 2nd and 3rd

Music Sections – March 4th and 5th (vocal), 6th (piano), 7th (instrumental)

Dance Sections – March 9th, 10th and 3rd (depending on number of entries)


Please read our rules and guidelines carefully. Entries cannot be refunded once entered.

For Vocal and Instrumental sections, you are welcome to bring your own accompanist but if you require accompaniment, the Festival Accompanist is Julie Aherne, she can be contacted by email on Please contact her directly to arrange accompaniment, rehearsals are available but we advise parents to contact her as early as possible as space is limited. Please be aware that backing tracks are only accepted for the contemporary vocal, drum and electric guitar sections, all other sections require accompaniment with a pianist.


Sheet music is required for all music sections, if using the Festival Accompanist, please ensure that this is provided to Julie at least two weeks before the Festival. A copy of the music must be brought on the day for the adjudicator, failure to do so may affect the students score. All music for dance must be uploaded 1 week before the festival (25th February).


Our adjudicator information will be published on the website when all adjudicators are confirmed.


If you have any questions please email

Spring Term Key Dates – 2024

Thurs 1st Feb – Y1 Toy Workshop from Chertsey Museum

Thurs 1st Feb – Y5 & Y6 Netball Masterclass

Thurs 8th Feb – Chinese New Year Lunch Menu

Fri 9th Feb – Mufti Day

Fri 9th Feb – Y2 Bake Sale

Fri 9th Feb – End of Term 3 – 3.15pm

Mon 19th Feb – Start of Term 4

Weds 21st Feb – Y2 Trip to Brooklands Museum

Thurs 22nd Feb – World Thinking Day

Weds 28th Feb – Y1 Trip to Pizza Express

Thurs 29th Feb – Y5 Class Assembly – 9.15 School Hall

Mon 4th March – 6th March – Y5 Bikeability

Thurs 7th March – Y6 Class Assembly – 9.15 School Hall

Fri 8th March – World Book Day in School

Thurs 14th March – Y4 & Y5 Trip to Ufton Court

Fri 15th March – PTA School Disco – Village Hall

Mon 18th March – Last Week of Clubs

Tues 19th March – Parent Consultation Meetings – 1pm to 5pm

Thurs 21st March - Parent Consultation Meetings – 3.30pm to 5pm

Fri 22nd March – Y6 Bake Sale

Mon 25th March – Easter Service – 9.15am at Holy Trinity Church – Y1, Y3 and Y5

Tues 26th March – Easter Service – 9.15am at Holy Trinity Church – Rec, Y2, Y4 and Y6

Weds 27th March – Maths Day in School

Thurs 28th March – Break the Rules Day

Thurs 28th March – End of Term – 1.30pm


Please do not send your child to school if they're unwell or with a high temperature controlled by paracetamol or ibuprofen.  Don't forget that your child must not return to school until at least 48 hours after the last episode of any gastric upset (vomiting or diarrhoea).   

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