Stars of the Week for w/e 7th June 2019
Reception –Ava for super story writing titled ‘The Hungry Snake’ based on ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’.
Year 1 – Keiron for showing great mindset and trying his hardest and then asking for help.
Year 2 – Emily O for fantastic thoughtful contributions to our Philosophy 4 Children discussion this week.
Class 3C – Jenson for showing great enthusiasm at Kew Gardens and for being so keen to learn about the plants and the rain forests.
Class 3G – Evie for super answers and questions whilst we were at Kew Gardens.
Year 4 – The whole of Year 4 for a brilliant assembly.
Year 5 – All of Year 5 for enjoying themselves and behaving well on their first residential.
Year 6 – Megan for challenging herself in writing and always looking for ways to improve.
House of the Week
The House with the most house points this week is Water! Well done Water and enjoy your extra playtime today.
Year 3 Trip to Kew Gardens
On Thursday Year 3 visited Kew Gardens. Not only was the weather fantastic but we all learnt a lot about plants, which is going to help us with our science learning this term. We also has a workshop about the rainforest where we learnt about why these natural areas are so important. This fits fantastically with our theme of RESPONSIBILITY this term, as we learn about our own global responsibilities. Miss Glenister and Miss Cullen would like to said a huge well done to all the children - they represented our school beautifully! A big thank you also goes to the parents who supported us on this trip. Please see Class Pages for more photos.
Miss Cullen - Year 3 Class Teacher
Sports Day & Family Picnic - Friday 14th June
Here are the timings for our Sports Day and Picnic next Friday. In the event of bad weather, a decision will be made by 8.30am about whether to go ahead. This will be communicated by text.
9.10am - Reception and KS1 - Sports Events Part 1
10am - KS2 - Sports Events Part 1
11am - Reception and KS1 Races
11.20 - KS2 Races
12 noon - Family Picnic on the field (Grab Bags will be available for children to order in the morning - hot lunches will not be available).
1pm - Registration for all
1.10pm - Children may leave from classrooms with a parent. You may leave your children at school until 3.15pm
Please note that Basketball and Art after school clubs will go ahead as usual.
School Production - Information for our Y4 and Y5 Chorus
Each year our Year 6 cohort present a theatrical and musical production at the Cordes Hall in Sunninghill. Year 6 are supported by a chorus of the whole of Years 4 and 5! This makes for a fantastic production and also gives the younger children a taste of things to come! This year's production is 'Cinderella Rockerfella' and we would like Years 4 and 5 to dress up as Fairies and Rockers. Boys and girls can choose which they'd like to be. Please find a picture attached below with some costume ideas to help.
Spanish Lunchtime Club
Please note we have a new Spanish lunchtime club on Thursdays for Years 1 and 2. Please contact the school office for more information or if you'd like to sign up.
Bags 2 School
Don't forget Bags 2 School on Monday. You can fill as many bags as you like - they don't need to be the official Bags 2 School type. Please bring your bags in by 9am. This is a great earner for the PTA and we'd be very grateful for all your contributions and it's a good opportunity for a clear out! Many thanks.
Carnival Menu - Thursday 13th June
Next Thursday Wilson Jones will be serving a special Carnival themed menu. This will be in lieu of the usual choices. The menu will be as follows:
Hot Diggety Dogs (Meat and Veggie options)
Popcorn Chocolate Crispy
Grab Bags and Jacket Potatoes will also be available.
PTA School Lottery
Thanks to everyone who's joined our school lottery! Forty per cent of all monies will be donated to the school PTA and there's a chance of winning a local prize and a national prize of £25,000 each week. Here are the details if you've yet to sign up:
Summer Term Dates – 2019
School Term Dates
Please see here for term dates:
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