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At Holy Trinity we welcome you to an exciting world of learning, discovery and friendship. We are passionate about nurturing every child, helping them to find and develop their own talents and be the best that they possibly can. Children will learn within a Christian community, surrounded by support, kindness, respect and fun; and will leave with fantastic memories to cherish forever.

27th November 2013

Dear Parents and Carers,

I’m really looking forward to seeing everyone at the Christmas Fair this Saturday. If you haven’t volunteered to help yet, but think that you could give an hour of your time to support this wonderful school community event, please contact your class rep or any member of the committee that you know.

I’ll see you there!

Penny Cox

Maths talk. About 40 parents attended these information sessions and found them very helpful. After Christmas we will run some sessions on how to help your child with their writing.

Netball Our netball team won their first league match 7-1 against Meadlands. This is a real triumph for our team.

Dad’s football team. The next game is against Marshgate on Sunday 1st December 10 am at the Bank of England Sports club. They would really appreciate some support.

Why does my child have to have 48hrs off school since the last episode of sickness or diarrhoea?

The school follows the “Guidance on infection control in schools and other childcare setting” published by the Health Protection Agency. This guidance tells us how to respond to a range of diseases and infections. It is very clear that in order to minimise the chance of an outbreak of infection children must stay off for 48 hrs if they have been sick or had diarrhoea. Even if your child appears well, they may still be carrying the infection. Schools have been advised to be extremely careful this winter to try to minimise the chances of an outbreak of Norovirus. I appreciate that it is frustrating, especially when the school emphasises good attendance, but we are following medical advice for the greater good of all our community.

Junior Carol Concert at Holy Trinity Church 4th December. All juniors to attend in full uniform including cardigan / sweatshirt please. Arrive by 6.15pm for 6.30pm start. Parents also invited to the junior carol concert at 9.15am on December 5th.

Community News.

Possible additional secondary school places. Over the past few months the Council has been working on proposals to create a brand new campus of education and enterprise, comprising a newly built Richmond upon Thames College, a new secondary school, a new purpose-built special school and a new London headquarters for Haymarket Media Group. A series of public meetings promoting both the overall campus project and the free school proposal has begun, with the next event being held on Wednesday 27 November at Richmond College from 7pm -8.30pm. In addition, parents are asked to register their support online. For more information, go to: www.reec.org.uk

Damian Dibben: The History Keepers. - The last event of this year’s Richmond Literature Festival will be Damian Dibben taking you on a time travelling adventure as he discusses his hugely popular series The History Keepers on Saturday 30 November at Strawberry Hill House, 11am. Damian will explain how his time as an actor influenced his writing, his love of adventure stories and films and his travels across the globe for the purpose of research. Suitable for ages 7 upwards. Visit www.richmondliterature.com to book or call 020 8831 6494.

Congratulations to:Junior sticker charts Arturo, Matilda, Alicia, Peter Z., Alice, Toby, Isabella, Sam, Isabel, Eli, Katy, Jake, Lara and Mia Infant sticker charts Aidan, William S., Ella, Florence, Hanna, Marina, Camelia, Leo, Mia, James, Mimi

Team points: Nelson                                                               

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THE HO-HO-HOLY TRINITY FAIR IS HERE!!!

It’s Christmas Fair week!!! Saturday sees one of the jewels in the crown of the PTA year and we can’t wait to enjoy it with you all. Everyone has been working harder than an elf under threat of redundancy and we are all so grateful for your support. I must give a huge shout out to our brilliant teaching staff that have been so wonderful, facing the PTA shenanigans with such grace and good spirit. Thank you for being so understanding and supportive of our fair. Gosh dammit Mrs Zammit, go to town Mr Brown and thanks for supportin’ Mr Auton thank you all so much for your help. And teaching our kids n’ stuff. That’s good too.

DON’T BE SILENT ABOUT OUR AUCTION!

First things first some amazing new lots being added to the Silent Auction every minute of the day: http://silentauction.ptaholytrinityschool.org.uk Online bids close at 5pm TOMORROW and then it’s every man, woman and reindeer for themselves on Saturday.

We have some fantastic lots, including Gary Barlow concert tickets, ice-skating at the Natural History Museum, a year’s nursery place for three mornings a week, tickets to The Bodyguard musical, not to mention cake-baking, photo-taking, street-dancing, gym-prancing, hair-cutting, golf-putting and you can have tea with Mrs Cox without a detention. Take a look, you’ll be amazed at what you can find. The most important thing is for you to make an informed consumer choice. But if you want to buy something you needed anyway and we get the cash, that works as well.

And if your stall is already overrun with volunteers and you are losing sleep over how to help, don’t worry! We still need help to run the all-new food court and you can sign up here: http://doodle.com/2fhppk83as9n3p8h. I volunteered to run the bar, but was turned down. Weird.

LET’S TALK TURKEY. THE NITTY GRITTY FOR SATURDAY’S DITTY:

FRIDAY

  1. If you want to help on Friday, Mrs Cox and Miss Ashby are kindly running a cinema club after school for Holy Trinity Pupils Only until 5pm (or the end of the DVD). Please collect your child as normal at 3.20 / 3.30 and ask for directions to deliver them to the film.
  2. Please can we then congregate in the hall for a brief chat? Please do not start assembling your stall, taking tables, raiding the PTA hut or changing your kids’ spelling test result until you’ve checked in with us first.
  3. At the end of the movie, please take your child home. I know, I’d rather leave them there too.
  4. The school will be open from 9am for the great works to continue the fair opens at 11.30.
  5. Floats will be distributed by our treasurers.
  6. Have a bloomin’ brilliant day.

SATURDAY

You will shortly be receiving the floor plan and further instruction via your class rep I can’t wait to make Saturday a fantastic and fun-filled day for us all and I thank you all, sincerely, for the enormous love and support you have shown our school. Holy Trinity rocks.

Please bring cakes to school on Friday 29TH November for Mufti Day. I need the sugar.

With much love and thanks,

Mary Smyth (Santa’s Little Helper. Fired for gross misconduct.)

 

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Welcome to the Spring 2017 edition of Kingfisher Frenzy!

 

We hope you enjoy the next edition of our school newspaper Kingfisher Frenzy which we’ve written for all the pupils, parents, teachers and governors at Holy Trinity School Richmond. We have great fun dreaming up all the ideas and writing the stories, we hope you have as much pleasure reading it.

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Penny Cox
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Richmond
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If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact the school office; Mrs Prendergast & Mrs Bell will be happy to help you.

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