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Newsletter 23 - 8th March 2024

Dear Parents and Carers,


World Book Day

We had a wonderful celebration of Book Day today! Thank you for your efforts with the costumes and supporting the day.

Also a thank you to PTA for organising and running the book sale today.


Parents’ Consultation Meetings

You will have received an email prompting you to book a 10 minute appointment with your child’s teacher on either Tuesday 19th March  or Thursday 21st March. If you haven’t received this email please contact the office.

You will have the opportunity to look through your child’s books at this time too. 

Please be mindful of sticking to the allocated 10 minutes to avoid causing timing issues. Thank you.


Easter Services

You are invited to join us at our Easter Services in church at 9.15am:


  • Year 1, Year 3 and Year 5 on Monday 25th March


  • Reception Class, Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 on Tuesday 26th March


PTA Disco

Thank you to the PTA for organising the disco next Friday 15th  March. See the poster below for information.



PTA Fundraising

PTA are currently fundraising for an all weather running track around the field. This will be a much-needed facility to encourage outdoor activity and be so beneficial during the wet winter months when the field is currently out of action. So, thank you for the donations and participation in fundraising so far!


Enjoy the weekend,

Mrs Griffith

Simar in Y5 Donates Her Hair to the Little Princess Trust

On Saturday 2nd March, Simar cut 14 inches off her hair to donate to the Little Princess Trust. 

The Little Princess Trust supply's wigs for free to children who have lost their hair to Cancer and other illnesses. They currently supply around 2000 wigs every year.

Simar also managed to raise £794 for the charity to assist in making wigs. 

If anyone wishes to donate to the charity they can do so via Simar's Just Giving Page:


Knitted Chicks and Bunnies - Alexander Devine Children's Hospice

We are pleased to be supporting the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice this year with the sale of lovely knitted Easter chicks and bunnies each containing a creme egg! The chicks and bunnies are available to buy from school reception for £3 each and there's a huge range to choose from. Thank you to everyone who's donated creme eggs for the cause and to Junior and Sam G for filling the chicks during their lunch breaks. 

Cross Country Success

On Monday after school, many KS2 children took part in a cross country competition at The Marist School. Girls and boys were separated and the races were run in year groups. All children represented Holy Trinity superbly. Jacob won his race and there were 14 top ten finishes! This is the first time we’ve entered this event and we are very pleased that the children enjoyed themselves and did so well. Thank you to all the parents who attended the competition.


We hope this success will continue as we plan to have an all-weather single track in place by the end of the year. The PTA are currently raising funds for this venture.

Year 3 and 4 Girls' Football Tournament

Huge congratulations to the girls who played in the football tournament at Braywick Leisure Centre this week. A very special mention to Elsie Yr3 who was the youngest girl in the whole tournament. You all put in a tremendous effort with bags of enthusiasm.

Thank you to Mrs Hunt for supporting the girls and to Maidenhead Magpies for organising such a professional event.  Mr Parry from Magpies commented on our team's  excellent behaviour and resilience, remarking that the girls grew in confidence with every match with some great goals and super saves!  Well done.

Year 6 Girls' Football Workshop at St George's School Ascot

On Tuesday afternoon, six girls from year 6 took part in a football workshop at St. George’s that finished with a mini-tournament. The girls came fourth out of six teams, winning one match, drawing two matches and losing two matches. Goals were scored by Edie and Neive and there were many super saves from Cathy. Well done to all the girls who attended the workshop and represented Holy Trinity brilliantly.

Gardening/Eco Committee Update

The allotment is beginning to come to life.
The children have started potatoes in grow bags, carrots in a raised bed, spring onions, and lots more.
We have some tiny purple sprouts on our purple sprouting broccoli and and we’ve learned how to “pot on” the snowball cauliflower we sowed in autumn.

Thank you for the compost received so far, we now have all but one raised bed filled and ready to be used. We still need LOTS more so please do keep picking up a few bags for us on your travels.

We’ll be planting up fruit trees in the “quiet zone” soon, and will be looking at what plants need to go into those containers to support the trees, this is called a “fruit tree guild”.. and so, we’d love donations of the following plants


  • Lupin
  • Borage
  • Marigold
  • Chamomile
  • Yarrow

We’ve received some beautiful wheelbarrow designs for the Royal Windsor Flower Show, if you haven’t received a page to design and colour, they are still being given out, but do feel free to print them at home if you’re able to.

We have had a weather station on the allotment for the last few weeks, and we’ll be looking forward to seeing what data and information it’s been collecting.


Raring 2 Go Magazine

Please CLICK HERE for the Spring edition of Raring 2 Go Magazine

Spring Term Key Dates – 2024

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

Fri 15th March – Comic Relief Day

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 – Allotment Sow Day – 3.15pm

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

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