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Newsletter 6 - 14th October 2022

Dear Parents and Carers,


Our Vision

‘I know there is nothing better than to do good and be happy’ Ecclesiastes 3:12


We’ve been talking with the children about our vision of ‘doing good’ and ‘being happy’.  We’ll continue to explore what this means for us all and how we are working hard to achieve it. Maybe you could take the time at home to chat with your children about it too and how they can live out this vision at home and in school. Of course it has many interpretations so there is no right or wrong answer; just a goal we are all aiming towards!


Parent Meetings

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!



Thank you for all your donations.

It was lovely to be able to celebrate together and we were all very proud of the children.



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.


Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Griffith

Stars of the Week for w/e 14th October 2022

Well done to all of our Stars this week.

Class 1 – Bella for showing great strength and the meaning of true friendship.

Class 2 – Bertie for always setting such a wonderful example to others by being kind, gentle and so polite to all.

Class 3 – Mohammed for his hard work and positive attitude towards his maths this week.

Class 4 – Elliot for always participating in class and being a good role model to his peers. 

Class 5 – Charlie for engaging and contributing well in all lessons, sharing his knowledge and understanding with others. 

Class 6 -  Oscar for working so hard on applying himself to his writing this week. 

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

Harvest Festival

Holy Trinity Church extends a huge thank you to you all for your wonderful donations at the Harvest Festivals this week. These donations will go towards the Church's own foodbank helping people in our local community.  

Football Matches

On Thursday afternoon two teams of year 5 & 6 boys took part in football matches against St. Michael’s. One team won 6 – 4 and the other lost 7 – 1. There were some great goals and super saves! Well done to all the boys who took part: Ollie, Jake, Keiron, Aidan, Luke, Jude, Jacob, Harry, Ayden, Charlie, James, Jack, Samuel, Xander and Kaleb. Thank you to all the parents who were able to stay and watch and to Miss Harding for organising and attending the matches with the boys.  

Lost Property

We already have lots of lost jumpers, cardigans and PE Hoodies without names which we can't reunite with their owners!  Please check the lost property box in school reception.  Similarly we have clothing missing which is definitely named so if you could please check your children's uniform this weekend to make sure it's with the correct owner we would be very grateful.  At the same time check name tags are still present and any biro names haven't washed off.  Sharpies are great for naming uniform as it doesn't wash away.  Many thanks for your help with this.

Autumn Term Key Dates – 2022

Tues 18th Oct -Parent Consultation Meetings

Thurs 20th Oct – Parent Consultation Meetings

Fri 21st Oct – PTA Mufti Day – Halloween Dress Up Optional - £2

Fri 21st Oct – End of Term 1 – 3.15pm

Mon 31st Oct – Inset Day

Tues 1st Nov – Pupils start Term 2

Mon 7th Nov – Y5 trip to Winchester Science Museum

Mon 7th Nov – PTA Meeting

Tues 8th Nov – Y3 Trip to Butser Ancient Farm

Fri 11th Nov – Y5 Bake Sale

Mon 14th Nov – Y1 Trip to Windsor Castle

Thurs 24th Nov – Girls Football v St Michael’s

Fri 25th Nov – Bring a Bottle Mufti

Sat 26th Nov – Christmas Fair

w/c 5th Dec – Last Week for Clubs

Tues 6th Dec – PTA Film Night

Fri 9th Dec – Y4 Bake Sale

Mon 12th Dec – KS1 Nativity – 1.30pm – School Hall

Tues 13th Dec – KS1 Nativity – 9.30am – School Hall

Tues 13th Dec – Rec and KS1 Christmas Parties – pm

Tues 13th Dec – Christmas Service – 6pm – Holy Trinity Church

Weds 14th Dec – Christmas Lunch

Weds 14th Dec – KS2 Christmas Parties

Fri 16th Dec – Christmas Mufti

Fri 16th Dec – End of Term 2 – 1.30pm

Ascot Racecourse Fireworks

Don't forget to use our school code HTSCHOOL when booking for the fireworks.  Many thanks!

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

Free Trial Session and £40 discount at Perform

Popular children's drama and dance school Perform is offering a Free Trial Session and a special introductory discount of £40 for members of Holy Trinity CE Primary School if they sign up by Tuesday 24th January. Parents should quote HOEL240123 when they book their free session by going to or calling 020 7255 9120.

You can find out more about the classes at Alternatively, pdf flyers can be downloaded from here.

The nearest classes to Holy Trinity CE Primary School are as follows (please click for a map and further details):

Perform Virginia Water (Drama for 4-7s)
(2.8 miles)
Mondays at 4pm

Virginia Water Community Association
Virginia Water Community Centre,
GU25 4EY


Perform Virginia Water (Drama for 7-12s)
(2.8 miles)
Mondays at 5.05pm

Virginia Water Community Association
Virginia Water Community Centre,
GU25 4EY


Perform Windsor (Drama for 4-7s)
(5.3 miles)
Fridays at 4pm

Hilltop First School
Clewer Hill Road,


Perform Windsor (Drama for 7-12s)
(5.3 miles)
Fridays at 5.05pm

Hilltop First School
Clewer Hill Road,


Perform Woking (Drama for 4-7s)
(6.9 miles)
Wednesdays at 4pm

Hoe Valley Community Building
Next To The Leisure Centre,
GU22 9BA

There are others too. Click to find all the nearest here or view a list of all areas.