Dear Parents and Carers,
A message from Mrs Poulter:
‘Thank you all so much for your kind words, cards, gifts and donations. Kate, Tommy and I are totally overwhelmed by your kindness and generosity and feel much loved. We are going to use part of the money to buy a new plaque for a family memorial bench we have in the garden and then donate the remainder to the British Heart Foundation. Thank you all, Mrs Poulter, Kate and Tommy.’
We are so disappointed that we are no longer able to invite you to our Sports Days. Thank you for your understanding and we pray that we all continue to remain safe and well to be able to enjoy the last busy weeks of term.
We would still like the children to wear their PE kits with a t-shirt in their team colour on their Sports Day:
· EYFS and KS1: Thursday 17 June
· Year 3 and Year 4: Tuesday 15 June
· Year 5 and Year 6: Friday 18 June
Reception Class and KS1 are invited to bring a teddy to watch them on their Sports Day (Thursday 17th) and to enjoy a picnic lunch with them too.
We promise to take lots of photos of all the Sports Days that we can share with you via the class webpages.
Sports Mufti on Monday 14 June
Children are invited to wear ‘Sports Mufti’ on Monday in return for a donation of your choice. This is to raise funds for a new set of adjustable hurdles which have been chosen by the children and are suitable across year groups. Football kits are welcome but trainers only please (no studs/football boots). All classes will be taking part in an Archery Workshop and clothing will need to be suitable for this.
Relationships, Health and Sex Education
Thank you to those parents who have shared their views. The consultation closes on 21st June and you can find all the information here:
Year 5 are super excited about their overnight stay at Brenscombe Outdoor Centre in Dorset next week. A huge thank you to Miss Cullen for working so hard to make sure the children aren’t going to miss out!
Have a lovely weekend,
Parents and Carers in Partnership (PaCiP)
Charlotte Holden is part of our school family and says:
'Having a child with SEN can be isolating and overwhelming, whether you have a diagnosis or not. As a parent of an autistic 12 year old, I know there can be many questions and often uncertainty about who to ask for help.
The PaCIP is a support forum for parents and carers with SEN children aged 0-25. Next week they are holding a workshop covering a range of topics such as Annual Reviews/EHCP's/where to go for help etc - see the invite below. Any questions, feel free to ask me!'- Charlotte
On the 16th June 11am-12pm, PaCiP is hosting a ParentShare session on Zoom with Paola Connolly, 0-16 EHCP manager from AfC. Please see details on the poster attached.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 924 1730 4253
Passcode: please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 4 Ravenous Readers
Here are this week's Ravenous Readers. Charan has read The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, Hristiana The Train to Impossible Places and DR has read Cliffhanger.
Year 6 View the Partial Solar Eclipse
Year 6 had great fun outside using pinhole cameras to see the eclipse yesterday!
Stars of the Week for w/e – 11th June 2021
Well done to all of our Stars this week.
Reception – Freddie for always being such a loving friend.
Year 1 – Jaxon for working so hard on his phonics all week.
Year 2 – Junior for his super science work this week.
Class 3 – Fin for his bravery this week and taking responsibility for looking after himself really well.
Class 4 – Paige for great focus in her group work sessions.
Class 5C – Annabel for producing an excellent piece of writing independently, describing the settings in our new class book.
Class 5W – Mia for being such a ray of sunshine. Thank you for bringing so much positivity and happiness to our class.
Year 6 – Freddie R for always getting on with his work without a fuss and trying to apply what he has learnt.
House of the Week
The House with the most house points this week is Water! Well done Water!
Thank you for all your support with Break the Rules Day, the children had a great day and we are delighted with the amount raised.
Virtual Summer Fair
We are putting together a Facebook Page for Stallholders for our Virtual Summer Fair. The page will run for 2 weeks from 21st June to 2nd July.
If you have a business you would like to promote on our Facebook page, please email HTPTA@outlook.com and we will send you further details and a booking form.
The minimum donation to advertise is £10. You will be able to post daily for the two weeks and we will include your business details in the newsletter.
R – Spain
1 – France
2 – UK
3 – USA
4 – India
5C – Australia
5W – Italy
6 – Ireland
Dates for your diary:
Summer Key Term Dates – 2021
School Term Dates
Please see here for term dates:
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