Dear Parents and Carers
At last the sun has come out and will hopefully stay out for our half term break. Have a lovely week but do remember that we have an inset day on Monday 7th June so look forward to seeing all of your children back in school on Tuesday 8th June.
Holy Trinity has been awarded the prestigious Gilt Primary Science Quality Mark. Schools that achieve PSQM demonstrate commitment and expertise in science leadership, teaching and learning. The feedback says, ‘There is clearly a strong, ongoing commitment from all staff at Holy Trinity to provide the best possible science learning experience for all pupils, driven by dedicated and enthusiastic subject leadership. The impact on both pupils and staff is substantial and the subject leaders should be immensely proud of what they have achieved in very challenging circumstances’. A huge thank you to Mrs Lambert, our science lead for working tirelessly towards this and for collating the evidence to support our submission. The feedback also said,’ A truly glowing example of Gilt PSQM submission. Thank you for all your hard work and many congratulations on everything you have achieved. Magnificent!’
As part of the School Street initiative, we were able to welcome Dr Bike into our grounds today who kindly looked at many bikes during his time with us to ensure they were safe and roadworthy. Richmond Council are really keen to get your feedback on the School Street – please follow the link to take part in the survey. https://sustrans.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/richmond-school-streets-perception-survey
Royal Academy Exhibit
In lockdown 1, Izzy in Owl class had a piece of art submitted to the Royal Academy Exhibition for Young People. Entrants had been asked to look at David Hockney’s work for inspiration. Izzy chose to paint her Granny’s garden and capture the multiple viewpoints Hockney uses when looking at landscape. Izzy’s artwork is now on display in the Royal Academy Online Show. Well done Izzy!
Thank you so much for those of you who have completed the parent survey. If you have not yet done so, we would be grateful if you could https://forms.gle/oX4Ld8YwHjefGYwJ6. The closing date is tomorrow.
Reception: Teddy, Natasha, Theo and Bea. Years 1-6: Ajai, Juliao, Atticus, Francesca, Ethan, Lois, Liza, Shawn, Edie, Gustavo, Jessica, Arvin, Evie, Jack, Torbjorn, Zara, Esme, Arthur, Caitlin, Ella, Amy, Maddy, Ava, Adem, Lucy, Samuel.
House Points: Attenborough
Attendance: Seals 100% School 97.70%
Invitation to parents to complete survey for the Educational Psychology Service
Achieving for Children wants to hear the views of parents and carers across Kingston and Richmond about the type of information they would like to see online about our Educational Psychology Service so that we can ensure our website meets the needs of parents and carers in our boroughs. This survey has four parts and will take no longer than five minutes to complete. You can access the survey here: https://forms.gle/62zre2enYXTAKe967
Vine Road Play Area: Skate-Along Open Day on Sunday 13th June, 1-4pm
Poster Competition for Clean Air Day: Richmond Council are launching a poster competition to celebrate Clean Air Day 2021. Posters should illustrate the theme ‘The lungs of London’ and students can add their own style and interpretation – with art and/or writing. Please see Richmond school poster competition guidance here.
Table Tennis Junior Coaching Sessions: Flyer here for Graham Spicer Table Tennis Club – free taster session on Monday 5 July 2021.
Half term activities – PowerStation Youth Centre: PowerStation Youth Centre in Mortlake is running activities for young people aged 5-19 years old during the May half term. Online booking here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/afc-powerstation-youth-centre–30671500044 Activities range from cooking and multi-sports during the new ‘Just a Taste’ sessions to music, nature projects and much more. For more information contact Danielle Hutchinson on 07864 615077 or email: email@example.com
Half Term workshops at the Museum of Richmond: Discover how the King’s Observatory has helped us learn more about the Sun and celebrate the summer solstice by creating a special sun decoration for your home. Online workshops are aimed at children aged 5-11 years old. For children aged 11 and over, we can make the activities more challenging for them. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, even for the online workshops, as they are family workshops to help parents and their children try something new together. All workshops are £6 per child and include all of the materials you need for the workshop! Click here to book your places or visit https://bit.ly/MoRFamilies. Tuesday 1 June to Friday 4 June.