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Newsletter 25 - 11th March 2022


Dear Parents and Carers,

Thank you for your efforts and monetary donations for our PTA ‘Who’s Who’ mufti day today. We had a range of impressive outfits!

Also a thank you to Y1 parents for providing the goodies for the Bake Sale!


Good News!

As our covid cases continue to remain low, we are able to remove the bubble restrictions we have. This means we will be able to come together as a whole school for Collective Worship and the Y6s will be able to spend time with their Buddies in Reception and Y1. We are really happy to be able to resume these activities! This will happen from Monday. The updated risk assessment is here.


Jubilee Party

We have had an invitation from the Mayor for two pupils to join him for a Platinum Jubilee Party on 23rd May in the Guildhall, Windsor. How lovely!

My plan is to draw names out of a hat to decide the two pupils who will go. Please inform the office if you DON’T wish your child’s name to be included.


We are planning our own celebrations and will inform you in due course how we will mark the occasion in school.


Breakfast Club

Thank you to the 20 parents who have completed the short questionnaire about Breakfast Club. If you haven’t yet done so, please would you take a few minutes to add your views – it really does help us to make future plans. The link is here.


Finally, thank you for your donations to the Ukraine Appeal. My car was very full!


Have a wonderful weekend,

Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e – 11th March 2022

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Class 1 –Zahra for showing true perseverance as all your hard work is shining through.

Class 2 – All of class 2 for their superb behaviour at Marwell Zoo his week; you made Miss Prince very proud.  Ariya for her kind and helpful attitude in class. 

Class 3 – James for his wonderful drawings of Egyptian Gods. 

Class 4 – Mehher for putting that extra bit of effort in and writing a thorough and interesting book review for home learning. 

Class 5 – Kaja for making such an effort in all areas of school life.

Class 6N – Emily for her enthusiasm, sportsmanship and being a fantastic captain for her team in the Touch Rugby House tournament this week.  

Year 6W – Finn for his great sense of humour and for being so supportive to others. 

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

Year 5 Ravenous Readers

Here are this week's Ravenous Readers!

Year 5 and 6 Touch Rugby Tournament

On Wednesday afternoon Years 5 and 6 took part in a House Touch Rugby tournament. Well done to the winning team, Water 2! All adults commented on how the children’s skills improved throughout the matches so well done to everyone. Thank you to the following staff for organising and running the tournament: Mr Langham, Mrs Hunter, Mrs Marriner, Miss Lazar and Miss Harding. A great afternoon out in the sun!

Boris Johnson a Popular Choice for Who's Who Mufti!

Thank you to everyone who took part in our Who's Who Mufti PTA Fundraiser today.  Here are a few photos for you to enjoy.....

New StreetSafe reporting tool

Did you know you can now report areas where you feel unsafe to the Community Safety Partnership?

The new StreetSafe tool allows you to flag areas on a map where you feel unsafe and tell us why you feel unsafe there. This could be due to poor street lighting, behaviour you have experienced from a group or an individual, or something else.

You can make a report about somewhere in the Thames Valley, or somewhere you have visited in the UK. Reports are sent to the local police force for that area.

All reports are anonymous and we review all of them with our local partners to identify areas that need improvement as they are causing concern to our local communities.


Charters School Vacancy

Charters School currently has a vacancy for a Cover Administrator.  If you would like further details or to apply, please visit the vacancies page of the Charters School website using the link below.

Information for Parents and Carers on COVID-19 Vaccination for at risk 5 to 11 year olds

Please share the following information with parents and carers of at risk 5 to 11 year olds.

Children aged 5 to 11 years who are in a clinical risk group or who live with someone who is immunosuppressed can get the COVID-19 vaccine, in line with advice set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). Eligible children include those with diabetes, immunosuppression, learning disabilities, and other conditions as outlined by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) in the Green Book.

Vaccinations help to increase protection against COVID-19, which is particularly important for those with underlying health conditions.

Further information is available in the guide for parents of children aged 5 to 11 years published by UKHSA. We have published some frequently asked questions on the vaccination programme including information on eligibility, accessibility and advice for parents of children at high risk from COVID-19. Following advice from the JCVI, healthy 5 to 11 year old children will also be offered two 10 microgram doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The NHS will prepare to extend this non-urgent offer to all children during April.

Bikeability - Easter Holiday Opportunities

Please find below documents detailing different levels of Bikeability training available for children over the Easter Holidays.

Spring Term Key Dates – 2021

Friday 11th March – Y1 Bake Sale

Monday 14th March – PTA Meeting – 8pm

Tuesday 22nd March – Parent Consultation Meetings

Thursday 24th March – Parent Consultation Meetings

Friday 1st April – Reception Class Bake Sale

Monday 4th April – Easter Service - 9.30am - Y1, Y3, Y5, 6W

Tuesday 5th April - Easter Service - 9.30am - Rec, Y2, Y4, 6N

Wednesday 6th April - Year 5 Trip to Winchester Science Museum

Friday 8th April – PTA Easter Egg Hunt

Friday 8th April – End of Term 4 – 1.30pm

School Term Dates

Please see here for term dates:


Although tempting as we have not been able to travel freely for so long, please do not book holidays or family days during term time.  Missing even one or two days learning can be detrimental to your child's learning. Holiday absences will show up as persistent absence which is checked by Ofsted when they visit and monitored closely each half term by the Education Welfare Officer at RBWM.  Thank you.


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

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).   

Berkshire Cricket Foundation

All Stars & Dynamos Cricket – All Stars Cricket is the ECB’s programme for 5-8 year olds run at clubs up and down the country and Dynamos Cricket for 8-11 year olds targets graduating All Stars and new players to a fun format of the game. Please click below for more information on each programme.