Holy Trinity Newsletter                           05/02/2020

Dear Parents and Carers,A wonderful time was had by all at the Chocolate Bingo on Friday evening – and much chocolate was eaten. Thank you to the PTA for organising another successful community event. Thank you also to our PTA who our running a coffee morning this Friday (7th February) at 9am in the Kingfisher Hut for parents/carers with English as an additional language (EAL) or have children with EAL – I do encourage you to go along.

You may be aware that we had our SIAMS inspection yesterday. The children were very proud to show the inspector around and talk about Holy Trinity. We will receive the inspection report in due course.

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InformationWho Let The Dads OutThis event will be taking place this Saturday at Holy Trinity Church. All details about the event are contained in the link below. It runs 9.30am - 11.30am and is for Dads or Male Carers and their children.   Scooters and Bikes It is wonderful that so many of you come to school leaving your car at home choosing to walk, come on scooters or bikes instead. Could you please not scoot or cycle whilst on the school premises in order to avoid potential accidents? Many thanks.

Packed Lunches Please remember that packed lunches must not contain chocolate – thank you for your support with this.

PE Kits We have a number of children who are not wearing the correct PE kit. Please note that all trainers should be plain white, black or navy and that jogging bottoms should also be plain navy.

Leaving the premises. Please ensure that you have left the school premises by 3.50pm at the latest each day. If your child attends an after school club the gates re-open at 4.25pm. 

Museum of Richmond new exhibition The Museum is celebrating over 500 years of Richmond’s social history through its exciting new exhibition ‘Queen’s Road: 500 Years of History’.  Discover the fascinating history of this road, including farmland owned by Tudor courtiers, a pest house for plague sufferers, grand Victorian developments and innovative social housing. Uncover Richmond’s long forgotten windmill, see inside the designs of stunning Dutch style houses, and meet some of the road’s notable characters from Comptroller of the Tudor Royal household to a World War Two refugee and notable journalist.

More information: PowerStation Youth Centre: February half-term programme PowerStation Youth Centre February half-term programme. Free activities for young people aged 8-18 year olds.  Young people can take part in a range of activities from tie dye to sports to healthy cooking to trips and much much more. For more information contact Danielle Hutchinson.  Mobile: 07864 615077 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Congratulations to:Junior Certificates: Matylda, Kamran, Lili, Dean, Kaiya, Ruby, Emma, Mia H, Octavio, Lana, Jacob, Enayy, Belle, Torbjorn, Dexter, Maya.

Infant Sticker Chart: Eric, max, Ethan, Gregory, Matheus, Tallulah, Jasper, Benjamin, James, Nicholas, Joseph, Lucas, Aiden, Maria, Casper, Kayson, Lucas, Cian, Rowan, Phineas, Summer S

.Attendance: Eagles 100%