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Newsletter 26 - 31st March 2023

Dear Parents and Carers,


Well the end of the spring term has arrived. School life is always busy but this term has been even busier with sporting fixtures, trips, visitors and Easter Services. Thank you to all parents for the support you give to your children and to us staff. We are blessed to have such a supportive and involved community. Thank you!


After the Easter break, we return on Monday 17th April. Children are welcome to start wearing their summer uniform if they prefer (this is a choice). This is detailed here.


Year 3 and Year 4 will start their swimming lessons at St. George’s after Easter – we rate this aspect of the statutory national curriculum highly. This opportunity gives the children a wider experience of an essential life skill even if they already partake in swimming lessons outside of school - and they so love swimming with their friends!


We wish you all a lovely Easter break.


Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e 31st March 2023

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Reception – Emily for creating all the number bonds to ten on the abacus during creative play.

Class 1 – Freya for being a kind and respectful team member of Class 1.

Class 2 – Max W for his amazing concentration and skills in the fencing session this week. 

Class 3 – Ryan for working hard on producing his Egyptian pyramid brochure highlighting his knowledge of our Ancient Egypt topic.

Class 4 – Matthew for producing a good piece of writing discussing some of the legacies that the Romans left us.

Class 5 –  Inez for working really hard on her Statistics work in maths this week. 

Class 6 – Henry for always showing lovely manners and doing his best. 

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

New Lunch Menu - Summer Term

A new menu will be available from the beginning of the summer term  Please see details below and for daily reference on our website here.

Fencing Club

Mr Mudie who organises our Little Musketeers Fencing Club was kind enough to run sessions for classes 1-6 this week!  Fencing Club starts again next term on Monday mornings at 7.45am from 24th April.

NSPCC Fundraiser

The NSPCC Fundraiser organised and run by the School Council raised £530. Thank you for your kind donations to a very worthy cause. Special thanks go to the parents who helped the year 5 & 6 School Councillors run the activities and to all the goalies who put themselves in the line of fire in the penalty shoot-out. It was a great afternoon, not dampened by the inclement weather. The children certainly lived our school vision of ‘Be Happy and Do Good’.

Netball Success

On Tuesday after school, our year 5 & 6 netball team took on the other cluster schools in a tournament at Charters. We finished joint third out of seven teams, winning three games, drawing two and losing one. The girls played incredibly well and scored plenty of goals. Well done to all of them and thank you the parents who came along to support us.  

Easter Break Academy 2023


Please find below a link to the ‘Easter Break Academy’ which may be of interest to you.


Promoted by the Witherslack Group of Special Schools, the Easter Break Academy 2023 provides resources and advice on a range of topics such as:

  • Sleep support
  • Tips for going on holiday
  • Fun craft activities for your children
  • Managing and understanding anxiety
  • Changing routines
  • Supporting your child during special occasions
  • Managing sibling relationships
  • Neurodiversity and your family

By registering for the Easter Break Academy campaign, access to various materials including webinars, podcasts and articles will be provided. There are also ideas for fun activities for the whole family during the Easter break.

Kind regards,


Mrs F Fargher


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