Holy Trinity Newsletter

Dear Parents and Carers,

The children have made a wonderful start back to school. Today our Year 4 are off on their residential trip to Sayer’s Croft, returning on Friday. I’m sure that they will have a wonderful time.You will may have been aware that yesterday our governors were interviewing candidates for the post of head teacher. I am delighted to be able to say that the governors were able to appoint. Our Chair of Governors will let you know the details tomorrow once the candidate’s school has been informed. I, and the rest of the team, will do everything possible to assist and support the head teacher in getting to know the school. In the meantime I will relish every moment of this term!

Best wishes,Penny Cox

Important information:

Richmond in Bloom. Congratulations to Sophie Simonov (Penguin Class) for winning the under 5yrs section of this competition!

Bring a man to school day. Please remember that Friday morning is the latest time to get your forms to your child’s class teacher. If you have not completed the form you won’t be able to come in. Please make sure that you bring what you need to be able to run your session.

Tying dogs to the gates. We have had a complaint from a neighbour about dogs howling when they have been left at the school dates. Please would you avoid doing this. Thank you. Summer Term Dates

May 13th Sats week for Year 6

May 10th Bring a man to school

May 27th-31st half term

June 3rd – inset day. School closed

June 22nd Summer Fair

July 5th Reports home

July 12th Sports Day

July 16th Summer Concert

July 23rd Break up at 2.15pm

Chaplain’s Corner: Tom Rutter and some other members of Holy Trinity Church ran the Stratford upon Avon's 1/2 and full Marathon last Sunday in memory of Trevor Patterson. They are raising money for the charities that he was so instrumental in getting up and running and supporting. If you are interested in supporting that would be amazing!

CommunityASD and Asperger Syndrome Parent Support Group. Tuesday 21st May, 9.30 to 11am, Grand Avenue Primary and Nursery School, Surbiton, KT5 9HU. We will be joined by Anne FraydaSenior SEND Information, Advice and Support PractitionerKIDS Kingston SEN & Disability Information, Advice and Support Service. Contact Jane Pidduck (e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)Royal Richmond Archery Club. Bank Holiday Monday. “Come and Try Archery Afternoon 1-5pm” £6 per person.  Great for ALL ages. At London Welsh Rugby Ground next to Kew Gardens Lion Gate. Refreshments available. 

 Congratulations: Infant sticker charts: Zac and Nayan Junior certificates: Thomas, Ellie, Sophia, Freddie, Emma, William. Matylda, Alfie, Chaise, Liva, Ella, Ava, Sam U and Karim

Attendance: Otters                                                                                                                                         Team Points: Pankhurst