Dear Parents and Carers,
Another week has passed and we have been receiving lots of messages of thanks and gratitude for all the effort the wonderful staff team are putting into remote learning, home visits, phone calls, food parcel deliveries & laptop deliveries. I would like to thank the team for their dedication and their genuine care for you and your families that they show on a daily basis. Thank you!
You may recall how I described during Lockdown 1.0 how we were all experiencing the same storm, but in very different boats. The same is still true. Whilst we are all doing our very best to provide learning opportunities for your children and support you as families, we are not able to tailor that provision to suit every individual family circumstance. We will continue to monitor our ways of working carefully so that we can adapt and enhance our provision where we can. We were informed this week that we would be resuming remote provision for at least 2 weeks after half term but we will await further announcements to know exactly when and how we will be returning.
Finally, I did mention in my weekly assembly that there probably wouldn't be any snow this weekend. Well, as we are all getting very used to now, that has changed overnight! So, if it does snow, I hope you enjoy it once again.
The Star of the Week and assembly link is here.
Best wishes for a relaxing weekend,
KS1 Key Worker Bubble
Here are some pictures of our KS1 key Worker Bubble including the longest cubed snake they've created so far!
KS2 Key Worker Bubble
Our KS2 Key Worker Bubble have worked very hard this week as usual - but who can resist fresh snow? Untouched on Sunday, the children enjoyed a whole field of snow to themselves!
Year 4 Iron Mad Madness
Year 4 are loving the Iron Man! See art work and models below...
Year 4 Ravenous Readers
Our Ravenous Readers this week are:
Every week, Miss Cullen sets 5C a challenge. Last week, it was to create a model of the solar system. How great do these look?
Miss Wallbanks is so proud of the work 5W have produced in their writing lessons this week. Here are some examples of their work by Darcie, Grace, Thomas, Ava and Aradhya.
Year 6 Geography
Year 6 have been work hard on testing their geographical knowledge...
Parents and Carers in Partnership - Windsor and Maidenhead (PaCiP.org)
PaCiP publish a monthly newsletter about what they've been doing, including links to various resources which parents of children with special educational needs in particular, might find useful. Click here for this month's newsletter. If you would like to sign up to receive the newsletter on a regular basis, click here and then on the 'Join Us' button.
Mrs Fargher - SENCO
Teach Maidenhead - Recruiting Now!
Has home school floated your boat? Teach Maidenhead are always looking for new recruits to train to teach in RBWM. They are hosting an online event on 4th February for anyone interested in training to teach. Please see the flyer below for more details.
Following the success of our introductory online fencing classes last term, we are back with 4 exciting Little Musketeers Adventures!
Join us on Friday afternoons on Zoom for one of our brand new fencing adventures, brought to you by Actor and fencing coach Andy Mudie.
Friday 29th Jan 2021: 4pm-4:30pm
Zorro and the Sword of De La Vega
Friday 5th Feb 2021: 4pm-4:30pm
The Jedi Knights
Fri 12th Feb 2021: 4pm-4:30pm
Captain Yellowbeard and the Pirates of Courage
Fri 19th Feb 2021; 4pm-4:30pm
D’Artagnan and the new Musketeers
Each sessions costs just £4.50 or you can book ALL four sessions for a discounted price of £15.
Please click here to confirm your child's place on a Little Musketeer Adventure.
Suitable for children aged 4-10. Fancy dress and toy swords are encouraged. All abilities welcome.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you there - En Guard!
School Term Dates
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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