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Newsletter 32 - 13th May 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

Well, Year 6 have been a credit to you all this week as they approached their SATs calmly and maturely. Well done to all of them. And a huge thank you to all the staff involved in preparing them and supporting them this week.

Year 5 will be going on their residential stay next week for 3 days and we look forward to hearing all about it when they return.


Asthma Coffee Morning

A reminder that we are hosting a coffee morning from 9am next Friday 20th May for any parents who wish to discuss any asthma-related queries with the asthma nursing team.


Summer Fair

We are looking forward to our fair on 25th June. Please put the date in your diary and let your PTA rep know if you’re able to help on the day – all help is greatly appreciated!


Enjoy the weekend,


Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e – 13th May 2022

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Reception - Freya for her outstanding talk and presentation about her Uncle's Farm in Ireland.  Halle for outstanding behaviour during our trip to Rushall Farm. Kiki for excellent listening and question answering on our Rushall Farm trip.

Class 1 – Cara for showing true resilience in your maths this week.  Your hard work is being shown in your understanding of arrays.  

Class 2 – Immie for two fantastic letters written in English this week.  She has written creatively and with accuracy.  She has chosen to write drafts and copy them neatly into her book.  Well done Immie, we have really noticed your hard work this week. 

Class 3 – William for your amazing knowledge of our rivers topic and your enthusiasm to learn even more. 

Class 4 – Fin for being helpful around the classroom, being a loyal friend and for being a brilliant role model to others. 

Class 5 – Kaja for fantastic hurdling in PE this week. 

Class 6N – To all of 6N - a huge well done for their hard work and commitment this week in all of their tests. 

Year 6W –  To all of 6W - a huge well done for their hard work and commitment this week in all of their tests.


We are very proud of the whole of Year 6 this week!

House of the Week
The Houses with the most house points this week are Earth and Fire! Well done Earth and Fire!

Census Day - Change to Menu

On Thursday 19th May the menu will be a choice of Fish and Chips, Cheese and Onion Puff or Jacket Potato.  Choosing a school lunch on Thursday helps us with our school funding!  Friday's menu will be a direct swap with Thursday with choices of Beef Lasagne, Veggie Meatballs or Jacket Potato.  

Reception Trip to Rushall Farm

The day began drizzly but didn't dampen any spirits on our Reception Farm trip and ended in glorious sunshine. The children behaved beautifully throughout the day enjoying all the different activities.

Some highlights were.....feeding the chickens, finding a newt, bumping along in the tractor, seeing the new bee hive and exploring the woodland area.

Reception Class - Wheelbarrow Gardening Challenge!

Mrs Tomes will be entering the Royal Windsor Flower Show with a Wheelbarrow put together by Reception Class again this year. If you're able to donate any plants or compost we would be very grateful. We are looking forward to seeing the final creation which is always wonderful!

Many thanks indeed.   

The Queen's Green Canopy Project - Commemorative Planting Event

The Royal Ascot Racecourse arranged a marvellous occasion this week to commemorate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the Queen’s Green Canopy Project.  Our representative for this event was Jake in Year 5 who attended with his Mum.  A tree was planted for each participating school and there was a rather nice lunch for all the attendees.  Please click here for more information and see photos below.

Year 5 Ravenous Readers

Congratulations to Emily T who has finished the Year 5 Reading List!  Well done Emily - you are this week's Ravenous Reader!

PTA Summer Fair

Winkworth's are once again sponsoring our Grand Raffle Prize - an iPad!  In return we will be displaying their boards which will advertise our summer fair and raffle.

We will be sending the address list to Winkworth for those willing to have a board displayed outside their houses, so if you would like to be added to or removed from the list please let us know asap, with your full address at

The boards will be up for 3 weeks from Monday 6th June, and will come down the week after the fair.


Dates for your diary:

13 May – 6N Bake Sale

27 May – Break the Rules Day


Many thanks

PTA Committee


Charters School Vacancy

Charters School has a vacancy for a Casual Midday Supervisor.  Click here for further details.

Summer Term Key Dates – 2022

Monday 16th May– Y5 Residential Trip to Leeson House

Wednesday 18th May – Y5 Return from Leeson House

Friday 20th May – Asthma Nurse Coffee Morning – 9am School Hall

Monday 23rd May – Class Photos

Friday – 27th May – Break the Rules Day

Friday 27th May – End of Term 5 – 3.15pm

Monday 6th June – Inset Day

Tuesday 7th June – Inset Day

Wednesday 8th June – Pupils return for Term 6

Friday 10th June – Bags 2 School

Tuesday 14th June – Skipping Workshops – all years

Wednesday 15th June – Visit from author Kerry Gibb

Friday 17th June – Sports Day

Friday 17th June – 6W Bake Sale

Monday 20th June – Y6 Production at Cordes Hall – 5pm

Tuesday 21st June - Y6 Production at Cordes Hall – 5pm

Wednesday 22nd June – Visit from God’s Planet Theatre

Thursday 23rd June – Sports Day Contingency Date (if postponed)

Friday 24th June – ‘Bring a Bottle’ Mufti Day

Saturday 25th June – PTA Summer Fair

Monday 27th June – Year 6 to Mill on the Brue

Friday 1st July – Year 6 return from Mill on the Brue

Monday 4th July – Year 4 Trip to Marwell Zoo

Tuesday 5th July – Y6 Transition Visit to Charters School

Wednesday 6th July – Y6 Transition Visit to Charters School

Thursday 14th July – Leavers’ Service – 9.30am at Holy Trinity Church

Friday 15th July – Reports Issued

Friday 15th July – Year 6 Mufti Day

Wednesday 20th July – End of Term 6 – 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

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).   

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