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Newsletter 38 - 8th July 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,

We are heading towards the end of the school year at a fast pace!


September Staffing

Unfortunately, we are not yet in a position to be able to share class teacher information for September. We realise that this is very late and we would normally have shared this information with you and the children by now. Please bear with us and we will inform you as soon as we’re able to.


September Start Time

You will have received a letter detailing the altered start time in September. We will open the gates from 8.30am and registration will be 8.45am.


End of year reports

Your child will be bringing home their reports next Friday.


Enjoy the sunny weekend,


Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e – 8th July 2022

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Reception - Cleo for always being a great friend throughout the year. Vian for super progress with his listening and attention. Vivi for great perseverance and always giving her best. Mia for great progress with her reading and writing. Samuel for his creative narratives in play - a super imagination!

Class 1 – Ella and Savan for super thinking and reasoning in maths this week.  You are both time experts!

Class 2 – Stanley for always encouraging others and being a super maths helper this week.

Class 3 – Ava for her effort in English recently and her wonderful descriptive writing.  Max for demonstrating great self-awareness this week.

Class 4 – Orla, Mehher and Ben for their enthusiasm and commitment to completing

the Threatened Species Trail during our trip to Marwell Zoo.

Class 5 – Isis for a huge piece of topic homework and all the effort she puts into her home learning.

Class 6N - Thomas Br for throwing himself into every challenge and being a super team player at MOTB.

Year 6W – Lily for being truly fantastic on the residential, facing her fears and overcoming them!

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

Sports for School Day 

In June we had a Sports for Schools day.  Children from all classes were hosted and inspired by Paralympian and multi World Record Holder Nerys Pearce (read more about Nerys here) through a set of sponsored circuits!  It was so fast paced that we don't have a single photo that isn't blurred!!!  And guess what?  Sponsorship collected by yourselves and the children means we have nearly £2k to spend on sports equipment for school!  Thank you to the children for working so hard with Nerys and for everyone who was so generous with their sponsorship.  

Year 6 Residential Trip to Mill on the Brue

Last week our Year 6 classes travelled to the Mill on the Brue Outdoor Activity Centre in Somerset for a week of outdoor challenge and fun!  Unfortunately the trip was somewhat affected by illness but the children and staff soldiered on creating some memorable experiences.  Please see the Year 6 Class Pages for lots of photos of the children joining in with all that Mill on the Brue has to offer.  Here are a few photos of 6W:

Year 5 Sculptures

In Year 5, we have been learning about coastal features such as headlands, caves, arches, stacks and stumps. We have created sculptures of Old Harry Rocks, which we viewed from Studland during our residential trip in May.

Year 4 Trip to Marwell Zoo

On Monday the 4th July, year 4 went on an exciting school trip to Marwell Zoo to learn more about animals and their habitats. We saw penguins swimming underwater, flamingos huddling in a group and inquisitive meerkats. 

in our workshop, we learned that giraffes have four stomachs. Did you know that?

Unfortunately, we did not see Santos the sloth, in the tropical rainforest because, he had eaten too much and was sleeping, but we did see many colourful birds,  pretty butterflies and busy ants.

We all had a wonderful day!

Mrs Rhodes - Year 4 Teacher

Year 4 Pentecost Assembly

Year 4 performed their wonderful Pentecost Assembly to Years 1 and 2 through drama and song.  We certainly witnessed the gift of the Holy Spirit coming into our lives and the power of doing good and being happy.  The confidence in the performance was a joy to see.  Thank you.

Year 4 - Emilia Joins Taplow Girls' Choir

On Wednesday 7th July after two weeks of waiting, I finally found out that I got into the Taplow Girls' Choir.  I had been in Taplow Children's Choir for a very long time, so I was excited to get in to the choir.  I will be their youngest member.

Emilia - Class 4

Year 1 - Oh I do like to be beside the seaside!

The seaside came to Class 1 this week as we explored how seaside holidays are different from the past.  We looked at how holiday makers got to the seaside, what they wore and what they did when they were there.  Here are some photos of our workshop – all that was missing was the ice cream!  Thank you to our Year 6 buddies for all your help too! 

Cerys Completes Race for Life

On Saturday, Cerys from Class 6W took part in the Race for Life and ran 5k to raise money for Cancer Research. She ran with her Uncle, Aunty and Auntie's Dad. They raised over £250 which contributed to a total amount of over £160,000 at their event at Kempton.  Well done Cerys!


PTA News

We will be holding our last fundraiser at pick up on next Friday 15th July – back by popular demand, treat yourself to a delicious Krispy Kreme doughnut.  Be sure to come prepared with change so not to be disappointed!  £1 per doughnut or a box of 12 for £10.


A pre-loved uniform sale will also be held on Friday 15th July at drop off and pick up – all items will be £2.


Many thanks

PTA Committee

Summer Term Key Dates – 2022

Monday 11th July – Year 2 Circus Skills Workshop

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

Friday 15th July – Reports Issued

Friday 15th July – Year 6 Only Mufti Day

Wednesday 20th July – End of Term 6 – 1.30pm

School Term Dates

Please see here for term dates:

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

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).   

Windlesham United FC - New Players Needed


Windlesham United FC (Youth) is a fun, friendly and professional community football club, run solely by volunteers for local boys and girls.


The Club is FA Charter Standard and manages thirty teams from Reception Year to U18s.  


We offer excellent training facilities along with professional and experienced coaches to assist players' development along their football journey.


If you are interested in joining our Club and would like more information, please visit our website or get in touch.


Can you help us? 


Windlesham United FC (Youth) is actively looking for new players of all ages, sponsorship from local businesses, volunteers to help out and new facilities, including land for training and matches.


If you can help us, please email  Many thanks. 


Windlesham United FC
07944 466170