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Dear Parents and Carers,

Holy Trinity’s new head teacher, Mrs Alison Bateman, will be visiting the school this Friday and next Tuesday (18th). She has already attended a Full Governing Body meeting. In July Mrs Bateman is spending a day planning with the Senior Leadership Team and another day in the school on 15th July, on this day she will be available to informally meet with parents from 3pm, so do come along to say “hello”. That evening she will attend another Governors’ Meeting. All these opportunities will enable Mrs Bateman to get a good understanding of the school and to meet the staff, pupils and parents. I know that you will make her feel very welcome. I will do everything I can to support with the handover of our lovely school.

Best wishes,Penny Cox

Important information:

Sports Day Friday 12th July. We will start at around 9.30am with the races for morning nursery, reception and years 1 & 2. The afternoon will start at approximately 1.45pm with the races for the afternoon nursery and years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Chess Stars HT chess team came 2nd in the challengers section of the tournament last week which was played at RPA. Their best performance ever! The nine children who participated were: Luca Tresigne, Alexander Stylianou, Ken Maeda, William Kennedy, Zac Dawson, Thomas Durrant, Louis Knight, William Streek and Jakob Kluge.

Accompany your child to school. Please remember that we request that an adult brings your child onto the site and waits with them until they are handed over to the teacher. The only exception to this is year 6.

Silent Auction is up and running, there are some fabulous offers, so please do start making your bids.

£30 voucher for the return of the parents’ questionnaire. This was won by a parent in Year 6.

Visits by the Juniors to Holy Trinity Church. Next week our junior children will be visiting Holy Trinity Church at different times throughout the week. They are going to see a presentation of the story of Zacchaeus. This will happen during the normal school day.

School reports. These will be sent home on Friday 5th July, with the exception of Year 6 who will receive theirs on July 12th. This later date for Year 6 will enable us to include their SATs results.

 Community NewsCharity fundraising Music Festival event for Age UK. Sunday 14th June 2-7pm. Venue: Home Guards. Live Music, BBQ, stalls, photo booth, auction and comedy. Tickets £10 under 12s £5: https://goo.gl/VJx5Lv

School parent prayer meeting this Thursday (18th May), between 9-10am in the Kingfisher club. It will be a special time to come together and pray for the school community. There’s no expectation to stay for the full hour. Pre-school children are welcome.If you can’t make it but would like to:1.        Discuss other ways of getting connected in prayer2.        Make a prayer request (we would be honoured to pray for you and your family)

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Deuteronomy 31: 8-9“The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.

”Congratulations: Junior Certificates: Nahla, Grace, Kaitlyn, Oscar, Danielle, Leo, Emre, Lana, Sam C. Kamran, William S., Sophie, Christopher, William F., Elliot, Juliet, Charlotte, Elicia

Infant sticker charts: Anna, Leo, Joe, Aylin, Seth, Alfie, Gustavo, Liam, Chloe, Lucas, Lucas, Shaya, Mert, Jennah, Sam, Edie, Karis, Rowan, Torbjorn, Mariella, Alexander, Louis, Josef and Lucas.

Attendance: Eagle                                          Eco: Panda                                          Team Points: Rowling