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Holy Trinity Newsletter

Dear Parents and Carers,

Congratulations to Leopard Class for their very topical and highly entertaining assembly last Friday. You certainly made us think and smile.

Well done to Lili, Elliot, Alexander L, Alexander P and Zoe for representing Holy Trinity at the Hampton School Year 5 maths challenge event. Their enthusiasm and concentration was an inspiration.

Thank you so much for all your parent questionnaires; I’ll do the draw for the M&S voucher towards the end of this week. I’ve been reading the responses as they have come in, over half term I’ll put the whole graphs together and a response to some of your queries.

Best wishes,Penny Cox 

Important information:Leavers. We know that we have a number of families leaving because they are moving house. If you know that your child will be leaving the school at the end of this academic year (or before), please could you let us know asap. You can email me or the office. We will need to know the date of leaving, name and address of your child’s new school and your new address (if applicable). Thank you.

Toilets. If you use the school toilets please do not flush anything other than toilet paper down them. We are having problems with sanitary products and even nappies being flushed down the toilets. It is costing the school a considerable amount of money to unblock our drains.

School meals. Please make sure that your payments are up to date for this half term. 

Chaplain’s Corner: Seeing the final Avengers film “Endgame” with some friends last week got me thinking about goodbyes. Goodbyes can be hard, but I've learnt that remembering happy times and what others have taught us is vital in dealing with our sadness when someone is gone. At Jesus's Accession (his earthly goodbye to his disciples) he promises not leave his followers alone but give them the gift of the Holy Spirit. Jesus then delivers on this promise at Pentecost and sends the person of the Holy Spirit to; help guide, comfort and inspire all those that follow Jesus then and now today too!"  

Community News

Child Safety Week: Monday 3 June – Sunday 9 June 2019. This year the theme for Child Safety week is “family life today” and there are lots of safety tips for children of all ages. From the dangers of suffocation from nappy sacks stored under the cot mattress to teenagers and parents being distracted by mobile devices while out and about, accidents in every age group are covered by the campaign. Download the action pack for free from the Child Accident Prevention Trust website.

Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity Talk for Parents at Collis School, Teddington. Friday 7 June 2019, 9am – 10.30am Flyer here. 

Cricket Tickets. We have forty complimentary tickets to the cricket at Lord's on Wednesday 29th May. The day itself is the annual Women's Day match between Middlesex and Surrey which starts at 4pm. However there is a softball festival from 1pm-3 pm. There will be lots of activities in the ground for children.The tickets can be used for adults and children. Please could you let Mr Callaghan know if you would like them – first come first served; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Half term Forest School. Happy Half term from Miss Savage! There are spaces for a wonderful Forest School adventure day in a beautiful willow woodland in Shepperton on Wednesday 29th May.  See the website for more details - whittleandspark.com

Congratulations: Infant sticker charts: Alex, Sophia, Gabriel, Leo, Noor, Zeynap, Laure, Marcus, Evie, Violet and Blake.

Junior certificates: Brielle, Jack, Felicity, Stefan, Alexander, Ella, Gaia, Liva, Sam, Juliette, Maya, Morven

 Attendance: Owl/Panda/ Seal              Eco: Seal                                                                          Team Points: Churchill