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Newsletter 19 - 3rd February 2023

Dear Parents and Carers,

We look forward to welcoming Year 4 parents to their class assembly next Wednesday 8th February at 9am You’re welcome to come into the hall via the back door on Church Road from drop off.


Well done to Year 5 for their wonderful assembly this week – I know your parents enjoyed it by the huge smiles on their faces!


As half term approaches, I wanted to remind you that Magpies will be providing a holiday club at school during half term week should you be interested. Please click here to book.


All classes have taken part in their planned SCARF sessions this week delivered by a visiting PHSE expert. We do hope that by providing this kind of support for our children’s wellbeing and emotional health that they will feel able to discuss with you at home or an adult in school should they need to.


Next week has a focus on Internet Safety – we are all online so much more now that teaching our children what is appropriate behaviour online and how to report any problems is really imperative for their safety.


Thank you for all your messages of support this week in relation to the Teachers’ Strike.


Have a lovely weekend,


Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e 3rd February 2023

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Reception – Arthur for a great start to Holy Trinity School.  He has been so positive! Also to Reception class for being so welcoming towards  him.

Class 1 – Mia - the Class 1 team have all noticed how you have a been a kind and helpful friend. 

Class 2 – Leo for fantastic engagement when learning about Amelia Earhart.

Class 3 – Flois for always being a kind and supportive friend.

Class 4 – Sam who has shown how thoughtful he is about others through a beautiful prayer.  Junior for excellent and independent science research.

Class 5 – Aidan P and Heloise for their engagement and contributions in all lessons.

Class 6 – Matthew for showing maturity and teamwork in his dance group and, as a result, being part of a fantastic dance routine. 

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

Charters Football Tournament

On Thursday after school, we took part in a year 5 & 6 football tournament against the other Primary Cluster schools at Charters School. We entered two teams and there were ten teams in total. Our A Team came joint third, winning three of their games and drawing the other six. For the final match, our teams played against each other and drew! It was fantastic to be back at Charters competing against other schools and it was lovely to see past pupils representing Charters as Sports Leaders.


The Charters leaders and staff gave out three certificates for pupils displaying their values of unity, respect and excellence. Lexie was awarded the certificate of unity for encouraging one of our goalkeepers who had missed a save. How amazing to have been chosen for that certificate out of approximately 100 pupils! Well done Lexie for truly living our vision of ‘Doing Good and Being Happy’.


Well done to all the pupils who took part: James L, Benoit, Matthew, Jake, Ollie, Kate, Emily, Aleena, Sylvia, Jude, Keiron, Samuel, Jack, James W, Xander, Ayden K, Aidan P, Luke, Neive, Lexie and Harry. Thank you to the parents who came to support the teams. We hope to be at Charters again soon taking part in another sports competition.


Miss S. Harding

Scholastic Book Fair

We will be having a Scholastic Book Fair in school from Tuesday 14th March to Friday 17th March.  More details to follow.

RBWM SEND Inclusion Summit

On Wednesday 8th February RBWM are hosting a SEND Inclusion Summit at Norden Farm in Maidenhead.  It will be a great opportunity for all parents and carers, as well as other key stakeholders, to come together to share information and celebrate developments in SEND across the borough. There will be a SEND marketplace to explore. Please see below for more information.

Charters Vacancy

There is a new vacancy at Charters School for a Science Technician Team Leader with Physics specialism.

Click here for further details and information about how to apply.

Spring Term Key Dates – 2022

Weds 8th Feb – Y4 Class Assembly – 9am School Hall

Fri 10th Feb – PTA Mufti Day - £2

Fri 10th Feb – Y2 Bake Sale

Fri 10th Feb – End of Term 3 – 3.15pm

Mon 20th Feb – Term 4 Starts

Tues 21st Feb – Y6 Trip to Brookwood Military Cemetery

Weds 1st March – Y2 Class Assembly – 9am School Hall

Mon 6th March – PTA Mtg – 8pm

Tues 7th March – Y3 Class Assembly – 9am School Hall

Mon 13th March – Y5 Bikeability Week

Tues 14th to Fri 17th March – Scholastic Book Fair

Weds 15th March – Y1 Class Assembly – 9am School Hall

Tues 21st March – Parent Consultation Meetings

Weds 22nd March – Y2 Trip to The Living Rain Forest

Thurs 23rd March – Parent Consultation Meetings

Fri 24th March – NSPCC Fundraiser

Fri 24th March – Y1 Bake Sale

Fri 31st March – PTA Mufti Day £2

Fri 31st March – End of Term 4 – 1.30pm

Mon 17th April – Term 5 Starts

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