Holy Trinity Newsletter                                26/02/2020

Dear Parents and Carers,

I do hope you all had a happy half term break. It was great to see so many of you attend our RSE meeting on Tuesday morning and Mrs Da Costa and I hope to see more of you this evening at 7pm. Some of you may have given or taken something up for Lent – if so, I wish you well with that. Here in school we will be referring to a lovely resource throughout Lent called #Live Lent - Care for God’s Creation. This is a forty day challenge with an action for each day - today’s action being ‘to give up something to help the environment’ – maybe this is a challenge you and your child(ren) could take up together – do let us know if you do. Also, thinking about our environment, we are working towards Bronze TfL Accreditation and I would be grateful if you could let me know what your key issues are in terms of your journey to and from school.

With best wishesAlison This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Important Information

Coronavirus – Covid 19We are sharing all regular updates with you as they are published. Please do read them.The following symptoms may develop in a 14 day period after exposure to someone who has COVID-19 infection: cough, difficulty in breathing and fever. If a person remains well 14 days after contact with someone with confirmed coronavirus, it is unlikely that they have been infected. Generally, these infections can cause more severe symptoms in people with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long-term conditions like diabetes, cancer and chronic lung disease. There is no evidence that children are more affected than other age groups – very few cases have been reported in children.EAL Coffee MorningThe next (English as an Additional Language)

EAL parent tea/coffee morning is on Friday 6th March at 9am in the Kingfisher Hut. This is for parents / carers with EAL or have children with EAL. This was really well attended and much enjoyed last time so do come and join in.

MAN&BOY MAN&BOY support boys in school years 5-8 (ages 9-12 years), who are struggling with an aspect of life, be it at school or at home and would benefit from developing a deeper relationship with a significant man from their family (dad, step-dad, uncle, grandfather etc.) through activities such as camps, courses and other connect events. Due to funding, there are free places for the Spring Programmes (6th-8th March 2020 or20th-22nd March 2020). Contact Paul on 07894 084234 for more information.

Chaplains Message Today sees the start of Lent, I’m inclined to line up and list good intentions and select the one that will be “best” for me. But Lent isn’t meant to be a season of self-improvement, an exercise plan, or program to success. It’s a season of preparation for Good Friday and Easter, for these three days that stand at the centre of the Christian faith, for this remembrance of Jesus’ death and resurrection from the dead! I pray that during this time of waiting we will all see the wonder of God's great rescue plan this Easter. 

We are looking forward at school once again to run a prayer space activity week for the children and staff at Holy Trinity. This will begin and run throughout the week commencing Monday 16th March. If you would like to know some more please do get in touch, where I would be really happy to share some details with you. Many Thanks, Tom Rutter     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Congratulations to

:Junior Certificates: Jack, Lara, Otta, Torbjorn, Josie, Noah, Oscar, Oscar, Etta, Saim, Sam C, Sophie, Jonna, Lucy, Esme, Emmanuel.

Infant Sticker Chart: Emma, Nayan, Jessica, Sumi, Noor, Shaya, Zeynep, Mete, Faris, Jeremias, Lois, Francis, Gideon, Jamie, Loch, Noah, Connor, Joshua, Dolly, Thibault, Nicholas, Amelia, Alex, LillyAttendance: Lion Class 98.46%