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Newsletter 25 - 22nd March 2019

Stars of the Week for w/e 15th March 2019

Reception – Iris for managing our lunch registration and for excellent writing in learning time.

Year 1 – Maya for always showing respect and being a helping friend.

Year 2 –Mehe for writing a super account of our class trip.

Class 3C – Abigail for always listening to and responding to adult feedback.  Well done.

Class 3G – Abigail for always being friendly and helpful in our classroom and to her peers.

Year 4 – Adam for focusing really well in all lessons.

Year 5  - Tianna for concentrating really well during Bikeability and asking and answering questions to improve her knowledge.

Year 6 – Jai for showing compassion, supporting others and modelling good behaviour.

Stars of the Week for w/e 22nd March 2019

Reception – Ben for writing an amazing thank you card to his parents during learning time.  

Year 1 – Amelie for being focused at all times and an absolute pleasure to teach (and all of Year 1 for their amazing assembly) 

Year 2 – James for a fantastic, positive attitude to his learning this week and standing out in PE.

Class 3C – Harry for writing amazingly, imaginative instructions for a magic potion.  

Class 3G – Max D for making super progress in reading and being able to retell beautifully.

Year 4 – Alex for being such a polite and caring member of the class.

Year 5  - Eddy for working really hard in Maths and making great progress.

Year 6 – Savanna for her amazing efforts in Maths which are really paying off.  

House of the Week!

The House with the most House Points this week is Fire!  Well done Fire and enjoy your extra playtime today!

International Day of Happiness

Wednesday 20th March saw us celebrating the International Day of Happiness in school, with the help of Mrs Van Someren (Mum to Toby and Max).  Mrs Van Someren ran sessions in every class, with some classes spreading happiness through sending letters of gratitude, filling up 'gratitude jars' and chatting to friends about what makes them happy.  Reception Class and Year 1 did some beautiful 'happiness' art, painting stones and then hiding them in the Forest School for other people to find.  Please see some pictures of these below:

Payments for School Meals and Breakfast Club

Please could you make sure that you keep an eye on your ParentPay lunch balance and top it up regularly if you would like your child to have school dinners.  In addition, please make sure that Breakfast Club invoices are paid promptly.  Every text that we have to send as a payment reminder costs our school money.   

Attendance
90% sounds good doesn’t it? However, 90% means your child misses the equivalent of:
·        One half day each week
·        Nearly 4 weeks every school year
·        Over one school year in their school career
Our target for all children is 97% attendance. Please make every effort to bring your child to school, and on time, unless they are unwell.  Please leave a message on the absence line by 9.30am if your child will not be in school.  Every text reminder costs our school money.   

Years 3 and 4 Swimming - Summer Term

Years 3 and 4 will be swimming at Heathfield School in Ascot, with Frogs and Friends, on Wednesday mornings from 23rd April until 3rd July.  Please look out for a letter with more details and everything you need to know next week. 

PE Kit

All of our spare KS2 kit, donated by last year's Y6 parents in particular, has gone!  This reserve kit is there so that we can help children out when they've forgotten their PE kit.  Once borrowed, this should be washed and returned to school as soon as possible.  Please can you check your child's PE kit to check for any items which don't belong to you and return these as soon as you can. We had many sets of kit but now none left at all to lend to children who don't have their PE kit in school.  

Book Club

Our new Scholastic Book Club is up and running! Go to http://schools.scholastic.co.uk/holy-trinity-sl5 to browse the latest books and order online. For every £1 you spend on this month’s Book Club, our school will earn 25p in Scholastic Rewards.

Please place your order online by March 31st, 2019.  Thank you!

Refreshments at the Easter Services

Year 6 parents will be running an 'Easter Cafe' serving tea or coffee and a sweet treat for £1 at both of our Easter Services this year.  

 

PTA News

Easyfundraising offer 


£5 bonus donation for every parent


Until 14th April, John Lewis & Partners are offering a bonus £5, on top of their normal cashback donation, when parents shop with them for the first time through easyfundraising*. Even if a parent has previously shopped online with John Lewis & Partners, they’ll still earn the PTA a bonus £5 if they go to the John Lewis website for the first time through easyfundraising.

 

*https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/

 

If just 10 parents shop, that’s a £50 bonus for our PTA, plus the donations you earn on your shopping too.

 

- Friday 29th March - Year 4 Bake Sale

- Friday 29th March - School Disco. Anyone still wishing to pay for tickets can do so via ParentPay (NB the timings below differ to those on Parentpay - the below is correct). Children need to be signed in in the hall and then collected from their classroom.

Reception and KS1- 5pm - 5.50pm

KS2 - 6pm-7pm


- Wednesday 3rd April -Easter Egg Hunt This will take place during the school day and costs £2 for your child to participate in the challenge at school.  All eggs will be handed out at the end of the school day for your child to take home. Should you wish for your child to participate please leave £2 in an envelope with your child's name and class in the PTA box in the office.

 

Dates for the calendar - Summer Term:
Friday 26th April - Year 6 Bake Sale
Monday 13th May - Final PTA meeting of the Year (agenda Summer Fair and Picnic).
Saturday 29th June - Summer Fair  - Class Reps will be in touch shortly with planned activities
Friday 5th July - School Picnic (back up date Friday 12th July).


Other fundraising efforts:
Easyfundraising - please continue to log on to gain pennies for every shop you do online!
Easy2Name and Stamptastic - please select the school name from the associated schools when purchasing as we get a % of every order.
Greenredeem - earn points for the school just by logging on with extra ones for taking quiz's!
Ascot Racedays - order your tickets using the school code HTSCHOOL for us to receive proceeds from every ticket bought.

Many thanks,
PTA Committee

 

Spring Term Dates 2019

Mon 25th March—Class Photos

Tues 26th March – Year 2 SATs Meeting – 3.30pm Y2 Classroom

Fri 29th March – PTA Disco – KS1 5pm – 5.50pm KS2 – 6pm – 7pm

Mon 1st April—Easter Service—Y1, 3C, 3G & Y5—9.30am Holy Trinity Church

Mon 1st April – Hi Five Netball Tournament– Y3 – 6 at Charters School 3.30 – 5pm

Tues 2nd April— Easter Service—Rec, Y2, Y4 & Y6 —9.30am Holy Trinity Church

Weds 3rd April—PTA Easter Egg Hunt

Fri 5th April—End of Term 2pm

School Term Dates

Please see here for term dates:

https://www.holytrinityschsunningdale.co.uk/term-dates/

Absence

Ofsted noted a marked increase in persistent absence (a holiday will register as persistent absence).  Please do not book holidays or family days during term time.  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 P. O’Brien, Mrs J. Griffith, Miss S. Harding, Mrs F Fargher.

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