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4th December 2013

Dear Parents and Carers,

I felt as if Christmas had come early last Saturday! What a wonderful occasion the Holy Trinity Christmas Fair turned out to be; it made me smile for the last four days. I loved the sense of community and happiness at being together. We had an amazing amount of stalls and activities on offer, all due to your creativity and commitment – not to mention hard work. All I can say is huge heart felt “thank you” on behalf of all of us. The money raised will be a fabulous boost to our Creative Arts resources.

Tonight we have our Junior Carol Service at 6.30pm at Holy Trinity Church. We need all the juniors to arrive at the church at 6.15pm and to all be in full school uniform. After the service we will be taking a collection to support the hurricane relief operation in the Philippines. We will do the same after the Infant Nativity Productions next week.

Very best wishes,

Penny Cox

Cross Country Last Friday our cross country team competed in the borough cross country championships in Richmond Park. All of the children in our team ran with great courage and determination; Jasmine Vigar came second in the girls’ race and Freddie Buckler was our best placed boy (36/167). Thank you to Fiona Vigar, Graham Filmer and Chris Walsh who helped transport the children. The results have been sent to Mr Hambling!

Net ball There was a closely fought battle between us and Marshgate this week, which ended 4-8 to Marshgate. Our team did really well; the last time we played Marshgate we lost 1-22!

Dad’s football team The team’s unbeaten run continues. They played the Marshgate dads on Sunday and won 5-4 – congratulations.

Silver Award A few weeks ago I told you that the school had won the “School Food Matters” Bronze Award. Yesterday we received the Silver Award and we are now working towards Gold, which I hope we will achieve this academic year. What’s really exciting is that we are the first school in Richmond to receive the Silver Award. Our thanks go to Stephanie (our school cook) and the rest of the team, together with the Healthy Food Committee, who have made this possible.

Website Please take a look at the school website; it has recently been updated by one of our parents, Jenny Howe, who has done a magnificent job in making the site easier to navigate as well as current. www.holytrinityschool.org.uk

Disabled car parking space on Carrington Road. Please don’t park in this space; it is needed at all times.

Nuts Although nuts are a really healthy food choice I’m afraid that we can’t have them in children’s packed lunches due to the allergies had by some children. This includes pesto, as it is generally made with pine nuts.

School meals – Please make sure that all payments for this term have been made.

Before / after school clubs – Letters for next term will be going home today. All requests must be made by Monday morning.

Congratulations to:Junior sticker charts ,–Infant sticker charts – Isabelle, Loreto, Krishna, Mia, Felix, Damian, Matthew, Darci, Tigi, Bella, Alek, Panka, Royin, Salma, Jaiden, Morgan, Kale, Joel, Mia, Antione, James O., Elizabeth A.A.

Team points: Nelson and Wren                                                                       Attendance – Blue Class



Well jingle my bells and call me Rudolph,

Was it me, or was last Saturday a toy-tastic, book-bonanza of a first-class second-hand clothing, Christmas crafty, spa-mazing, mulled wine cherry on top of a million cakes, tombola-topping, burger-scoffing, Santa’s Grotto of a Christmas stalling, creepy-crawling, parent-denying, lucky dip and fun and games of an utterly butterly incredibly awesome Holy Trinity Christmas Fair???!!!!

Okay, it was me.

NO, IT WAS YOU!!!!!!

All of you, every single person who gave time, donations, hard-earned money and just their energy and love for our school contributed to another budget-busting Christmas Fair. The treasurers are still finessing the figures (The money, not their own. You saw how hot they looked in Christmas jumpers, right?) but we are overwhelmed, overjoyed and over-the-flippin’-moon to announce that thus far we can declare a CLEAR PROFIT of…


This is yet another record-breaking fair to join its predecessors and I cannot thank you enough for all your incredible efforts to support our brilliant school. It is such a joy to work alongside such a dedicated, generous and sweet-smelling parent body (steady) and you should all feel enormously proud of what you have achieved. Every single penny (barring some essential PTA Chair admin costs, which I drank after the fair) will go to provide yet more brilliant resources for our school community. Just ruddy marvellous.

This brings our current fundraising total for this term to over £16,000. Alongside the PTA’s regular financial commitments (swimming, fruit for the juniors etc), this money will be put towards the school’s focus on creative arts, to include a new sound system for the hall, a pottery kiln, new easels and art equipment and our longer-term hope to build a new creative arts space that will also house the PTA when the current hut is being rightly reclaimed to teach our children. And a whole lot more besides. Not all of it in liquid form.

There are so many people to thank for the success of the fair that I would need a hundred newsletters to get them all in. It was such a joy to meet so many of you at the fair and I’m bowled over, as always by the affection for our school.

I also had the great pleasure of meeting some unsung heroes of our community in the brilliant ladies who clean up after our kids – and we know what a pain that is, yes? They happily put the school back to rights in the wake of the Christmas Fair and just a few hours after a brilliant day, Holy Trinity was ready for business. And I’ve got socks that haven’t been folded since Cliff Richard was a boy. Shameful.

Now remember when you’re doing all that Christmas Shopping to use http://schoolfundraising.org.uk/holy-trinity-ce-primary to raise money for the school. And that I prefer platinum to gold, thanks.

So well done to you all for an extraordinary job extraordinarily well done. Words fail me. Almost.

With much love and thanks to you all,

Mary Smyth (National Elf)


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Welcome to the March 2018 edition of Kingfisher Frenzy!


We hope you enjoy the next edition of our school newspaper Kingfisher Frenzy which we’ve written for all the pupils, parents, teachers and governors at Holy Trinity School Richmond. We have great fun dreaming up all the ideas and writing the stories, we hope you have as much pleasure reading it.


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Penny Cox
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Holy Trinity CE Primary and Nursery School

Carrington Rd
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