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Newsletter 38 - 14th July 2023

Dear Parents and Carers,

Here we are – our last newsletter of the year!


Y6 Production of ‘Robin and the Sherwood Hoodies!’

A huge well done to all the Y6 pupils for their wonderful performances on Tuesday and Wednesday evening. A great time was had by all. Years 4 and Year 5 did a great job supporting too.  So much work goes into putting on such a great performance so a big thank you to all the children for learning their parts, and to the staff involved in preparing the children so well.  We are so lucky to have such a wonderful and dedicated team at Holy Trinity.


End of Year Reports

Your child will be bringing home their reports today so please look out for it in their bag. 


Good Luck and Good Bye

To all our Year 6 pupils. You are all superstars and it has been such a privilege to see how much you’ve grown and achieved in your time at primary school. Every single one of you has made a difference to our Holy Trinity Family and you will be missed.  We wish you all the luck in the world as you move on to your secondary schools;  we hope you continue to live our vision of being happy and doing good while you live.


We’d also like to wish other pupils and families that are moving on a smooth transition into your new schools – we wish you every happiness!


New Parent Governor Vacancy

The Governing Body will have a vacancy in September for a Parent Governor.  Governors play a key role in the school, working as a team to provide support and challenge, and influencing strategies.  More information will follow in September but we are hoping that parents will consider nominating themselves and drive our vision of ‘doing good and being happy’ at Holy Trinity school,


So, all that remains is for me to wish you all a very relaxing, safe and happy summer holiday.


We look forward to welcoming you all back to school on Tuesday 5th September in winter uniform.


Mrs Carmel Barnes - Assistant Headteacher

Stars of the Week for w/c 14th July 2023

Well done to all of our Stars!

Reception- Sam for always being so considerate of others in play.

Year 1 - Allegra for always being the best she can be and with a constant smile.  

Year 2 - Henry for the fantastic effort he puts into his learning across all subjects. He also listens well to the instructions given to improve the quality of his work.

Year 3 - Isabella W and Ryan for trying your best in all your lessons and being kind classmates.

Year 4 - Caleigh for being such a super member of year 4 this year at Holy Trinity. We will miss you! Good luck.

Year 5 - Neive for attending every inter-school sports competition available to her this year – a fantastic demonstration of her commitment to school life!

Year 6 - The whole of Year 6 for their hard work throughout the production.

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

Please Return Library Books

Please do return school library books to classrooms or the school office before the end of term.  Many thanks. 

Pre-Loved Uniform Sale

Thank you to our hard working PTA reps who've been selling pre-loved uniform online.  Lots of stock is available and so they will be running a sale in the Happy Hub at school in the last week of term at 3pm on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th July. You'll be able to pick up lots of bargains and plenty of extra uniform.  Save your cash for the occasion!

Rounders Competition

Last Friday KS2 took part in the annual Rounders House Competition.  Well done to all the children who took part in the glorious sunshine; their skills improved throughout the afternoon. There were some amazing catches and booming hits! The house and vice captains superbly managed the teams and fun was had by all. The results were as follows:


4th Earth

3rd Fire

2nd Water

1st Air


Air were presented with the Rounders trophy in collective worship this morning. Well done Air!                                                                                                                                                                            

St. George’s Sports Day

On Tuesday last week, Year 5 took part in a Sports Day at St. George’s along with the other Cluster schools. They took part in athletics activities, including long jump, as well as invasion games and geocaching. The children had fantastic fun! All children were awarded with a personalised certificate and Ben, Aidan, Luke and Xander were awarded with medal for high scores in the athletic activities.  

Amazing Athletics!

On Thursday after school, we attended an athletics competition at Charters School with two teams of years 5 & 6: one boys team and one girls team. We competed against two teams from St. Michael’s. Our boys team won the competition and our girls team came third. All children were fantastic – we definitely have some future stars in the athletic field! Well done to Robyn, Darcy, Amba, Amelia, Aleena, Kaja, Dahlia, Edie, Neive, Inez, Maya, Eloise, Ollie, Luke, James, Samuel, Fin, Aidan, Xander, Ayden, Ben, Jack and Jude – you did yourselves and Holy Trinity proud!


The following children were awarded certificates for displaying Charters’ values of Unity, Respect and Excellence:


Dahlia -  respect

Darcy - excellence

Edie - unity  


Xander - respect

Aidan - excellence

Fin - unity   


The following children were awarded certificates for coming first, second or third in a discipline:


Darcy – 3rd in sprint

Xander – 2nd in sprint


Aidan – 1st in shot putt

Ayden – 2nd shot putt

Xander – 3rd in shot putt


Luke – 1st in vortex

Aidan – 3rd in vortex


James – 2nd in long jump  

Amelia – 3rd in ling jump


Thank you to the parents who were able to stay to support the children and to Mrs Tomes and Miss Harding for attending the competition with the children. A fantastic afternoon!

Perform in the Park

We have four free tickets for one family to see one of the shows appearing at the Perform in the Park London festival of children's theatre running this summer.  There is one secret code available which is valid for seats up to £22.50 in value for performances of Elephant and Piggie's “We are in a Play!”, Mermaids & Pirates and The Dream so that's seats worth up to £90!  Please email Mrs Tomes on if you're interested.  Mrs Tomes will pull names from a hat to determine the lucky winner!

Parish Council By Election

There will be a Parish Council by election soon.  Holy Trinity School has no involvement in the by election or any of the candidates but we've been asked to share the flier below as a means to contact community members.  This does not constitute any sort of endorsement or recommendation.