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Newsletter 6 - 13th October 2023

Dear Parents and Carers,


It was lovely to be able to celebrate together.  Your children made us very proud indeed.  Thank you so much for your generosity in donating to the Holy Trinity Foodbank. 

Parent Meetings

We look forward to meeting you all next week for your parent meeting this term.  If you haven’t already done so, please make an appointment to meet with your child’s class teacher. If you need help with this, Mrs Lawson will help where she can!  Please enter the hall from the Church Road entrance.


Next Friday is the last day of this half term and you are invited to come along in MUFTI for a suggested donation to the PTA of £2. If you choose to wear a fancy dress/Halloween costume, please remember no face paints or masks.

Office Contact

Please can we remind you that should you need to bring anything to school, please go directly to the office who will be able to assist.  Please do not attempt to speak to your child through the bars of the gate.  Thank you so much in helping keep our children safe.


Have a lovely weekend,


Mrs Carmel Barnes

Assistant Headteacher

Stars of the Week for w/e 13th October 2023

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Class 1 – Sam for really challenging himself in maths.

Class 2 – Allegra for excellent contributions to our science lessons.

Class 3 – Savan for asking and answering great questions about the Stone Age and Bronze Age.

Class 4 – Daisy for demonstrating a super attitude to learning, listening well and persevering when facing challenges.

Class 5 – Bryony for challenging herself in Maths this week and for a confident, clear delivery of her lines at the Harvest Service. Matthew for his bravery and representing Holy Trinity in the Great Centenary Debate. 

Class 6 – Xander for his bravery and being a valued member of Holy Trinity in representing us in the Great Centenary debate.  

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

Setting Boundaries Around Gaming

We found these tips from National Online Safety useful - please see the document below. 


We live in a tick area and even though it's coming close to the end of the tick season they are still around and about.  Please see the NHS website here for more information here.

Charters School Vacancies

Charters School currently has vacancies for a Midday Supervisor and a PE Administrator/Technician.  For further details and to apply please click on the following link to the vacancies section of the Charters School website:


Please do not book holidays or family days during term time.  Missing even one or two days of school can be detrimental to your child's learning as key information is missed. 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. 

Autumn Term Key Dates – 2023

Mon 16th Oct - Black History/Culture Week

Mon 16th Oct - Parent Consultation Meetings

Tues 17th Oct – Charters Primary School Football Festival – Years 5 & 6

Weds 18th Oct – Y1 Trip to The Look Out Discovery Centre

Thurs 19th Oct - Parent Consultation Meetings

Fri 20th Oct - Mufti Day

Fri 20th Oct – End of Term 1!

Mon 30th Oct – Inset Day

Tues 31st Oct – Start of Term 2

Thurs 2nd Nov – Nasal Flu Immunisations – All Years

Fri 10th Nov – Year 5 Bake Sale

Tues 21st Nov – Y3 Trip to Butser Ancient Farm

Sat 25th Nov – PTA Christmas Fair – 11am – 2pm

Fri 1st Dec – Year 4 Bake Sale

Tues 5th Dec – PTA Film Night

Weds 6th Dec – Y4 and Y5 – Panto at St George’s School

Fri 8th Dec – Y4 Bikeability – Level 1

Mon 11th Dec – 1.30pm - KS1 Nativity – School Hall

Mon 11th Dec – 6pm – KS2 Christmas Service – Holy Trinity Church

Tues 12th Dec – 9.15am - KS1 Nativity – School Hall

Tues 12th Dec – PM - Rec and KS1 Christmas Parties

Weds 13th Dec – Christmas Lunch

Weds 13th Dec – KS2 Christmas Parties

Fri 15th Dec – Christmas Jumper Day


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