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Newsletter 22 - 26th February 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,
What a gloriously sunny end to the week. Spring is truly on its way and with it comes a sense of hope that the future for us all will be brighter.

Please see here for today's assembly and to hear about the Stars of the Week.
You will have received a letter from me detailing the return for all pupils on 8th March. We are very happy that we can welcome all pupils back and very much look forward to seeing you all.
The letter contains a lot of detail but please contact the office if you have any further queries.
You will also be receiving a letter from your child’s class teacher with information relevant to their class.
Drop off and pick up arrangements are below:

Friday 5th March will be a Digital Detox Day and your child’s class teacher will be setting some challenges away from screens - look out for more details!
Once again, we look forward to seeing all your faces on Monday 8th!
Mrs Griffith


School Clubs

We noticed some misreporting in the news this week about the return of school clubs.  Now that we've received the full government guidelines about school reopening, we can confirm that only clubs associated with wrap-around care can restart from 8th March i.e. Breakfast and After School Clubs.  However, we're hopeful that we'll return to a full complement of clubs after Easter.  


Please note that winter uniform is to be worn until the Easter Holidays.  Summer uniform can be worn thereafter.  

Poster from RBWM

Please find below a copy of a poster distributed to schools by RBWM.  The poster is about protecting others by following the Covid rules, in particular with regard to avoiding playdates, sleepovers, family gatherings and visitors.

Year 1 Learn About Money

Year one have been learning about money. This week they created their own shop and chose two items to buy to make an addition number sentence. Then they had to decide which coins to use to pay for the items.  We received some lovely photos of very inviting shops!

Year 2 Letter Writing Project

In the last week of last term, the Year 2 English project was to write a letter to someone important to influence them on the issues of deforestation.  Sam chose to write to Sir David Attenborough, and guess what…  he got a reply!  

Year 4 Learn about Sukkot

Year 4 learned about the Jewish festival of Sukkot this week and made their own sukkahs.

and Electricity...

In class 4 this week, we have been learning about electrical conductors and insulators.

Year 4 - Ravenous Readers
Here are this week's ravenous readers with some of their favourite books!  A special mention for Hristiana who has completed the first Year 4 reading list and has already begin the second extension list. Her favourite books from the list were The Magic Finger and Cliffhanger. Well done Hristiana.
Community Stones
Dahlia in class 4 has been painting stones and placing them in Braywick Park to bring a smile to the faces of anyone walking by. What a lovely idea! Well done Dahlia.

Royal Ascot - Schools Art Competition

Just a quick reminder that the 2021 Ascot Racecourse Art competition is underway!  Entries can be sent in directly by 26th March (see flier below for details) or handed in at school by Wednesday 17th March at the latest.  This is always a popular competition with big prizes!  Entries should be on the official picture frame attached below. 

Safe Return to School Workshop

RBWM’s Achieving for Children team are delivering a workshop for parents around the return to school and how to support children during this time. The workshop will be run in partnership with the Educational Psychology team, IAS and PaCiP and is on Wednesday 3rd March at 11-12pm.
Please find further information on the attached flyer.
Mrs F Fargher (SENCo)

PTA News - Last chance to order Hoodies!
Quick reminder that you only have a few days left to order Home School Survivor Hoodies! 

We will keep the order link open until Tuesday next week (2nd March) so please get your orders in by then!

Please note, there was a bit of confusion regarding sizes at checkout, and the company have now updated the website to make it clearer. The children's sizes are in age order and the adults in SML.

The PTA will receive 20% of the sale price so please make sure you put HOLY TRINITY SUNNINGDALE in the School box on the order form, to ensure the order is allocated correctly.

Don’t forget you can help raise much needed funds with your online shopping by using:


Easyfundraising – Many parents are already collecting free donations for the PTA every time they buy anything online with the UK’s leading online fundraising service, easyfundraising.  It’s simple to join, go to Easyfundraising and join for free.  Every time you want to shop, go to Easyfundraising, find the site you want and start shopping.  When you check out, Holy Trinity CE School Sunningdale PTA gets a donation, the site gives Easyfundraising a percentage of what you spend and they turn that into a donation. 

Amazon SmileTo shop on Amazon please go to and select Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School Sunningdale Parent Teachers Association.  Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price of eligible purchase to the PTA.

Many thanks!

PTA Committee

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