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At Holy Trinity we welcome you to an exciting world of learning, discovery and friendship. We are passionate about nurturing every child, helping them to find and develop their own talents and be the best that they possibly can. Children will learn within a Christian community, surrounded by support, kindness, respect and fun; and will leave with fantastic memories to cherish forever.

Holy Trinity Newsletter

Dear Parents and Carers,

Our “Bring a Man to School Day” was a huge success - in total we had about 100 volunteers. We hope that you enjoyed it as much as the children! Thank you for volunteering your time, it is really appreciated.

Best wishes, Penny Cox 

Community NewsWe had a talk today about a special landmark trail organised by the Local Library Service. It will take the form of a treasure trail around the borough. To find out more and take part in the KTPsnap Landmark Trail please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/librariesHave your say on the next Go Cycle routesKingston Council has launched two new consultations for the Go Cycle programme.The routes, Kingston High Street and the New Malden to Raynes Park route, are being consulted on to get public feedback on our plans to improve cycling facilities, road safety and public spaces in these areas.The Kingston High Street scheme includes plans to create a two-way cycle lane that connects our Go Cycle scheme at Portsmouth Road directly to the town centre.Meanwhile, a new 1.2km walking and cycling path from New Malden to Raynes Park will open up an entirely traffic free route between New Malden Railway Station and Raynes Park Recreation Ground.The path, which crosses into the borough of Merton, runs along Thames Water land, parallel to the railway line, passing under the A3 Kingston by-pass and avoiding busy or lengthy alternative routes. Journey times between these areas for pedestrians and cyclists will be improved. The consultations close on July 17. Have your say online or find out more at one of our exhibition events.Summer fun at your local sports and fitness centresSign up for a host of activities including swimming crash courses, fun time floats, diving and rookie lifeguard workshops, play beach sessions and toddler fun sessions. Call 020 3772 2999 for details.www.richmond.gov.uk/sports 

Chaplain’s CornerGod is a very present help in time of trouble.​ Psalm 46:1

Important Information Absences. We very much hope and expect that all our children will be in school up until the end of term but if that is not the case then please let us know as we have lots of activities in the last week (Summer Concert 18th July, Sports Award Assembly 19th July, HT’s Got Talent 20th July and the Star Award Assembly 21st July) and we don’t want the teachers to plan for your child’s part in these if they are going to be absent. 

School meals – Please make sure that payments to the end of term have been made by Monday 10th July at the latest. Holy Trinity Parent Support GroupA group of our parents have had the excellent idea of setting up a support network and they are wondering if you would like to be part of it.What’s it for? The idea is for parents to come together to share common parenting concerns and solutions. These could be related to issues around bedtime routines, food, computer use or perhaps a particular additional need that their child has, for example, ADHD, ASD or dyslexia etc. A real sharing of our parental expertise and support.How will it work? There are informal meetings; as a start point, they will meet every Friday in the second room of Kingfisher Club after school drop off, 9am-9.45am, and will have, from time to time, some training/advice input organised by the group or school. There is also an online forum to enable parents to share their good ideas.The school are really keen to support this venture and see it as a strengthening of our school community. If you are interested in becoming part of this group then please contact Emma Featherstone at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Ange Cane at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Important Dates

Friday 30th June – Year 2 and 3 Evening of Fun                                              Sports day-Thursday 13th July

W/C 3rd July Arts Week                                                                                       Wednesday 12th – 9am –Sharing our Learning             

Wed 5th July evening – Year 6 production                                                      Summer Concert Morning of July 18th

Meet the new teacher for parents 3.30pm Monday 10th July                     Break up Fri 21st 2.15pm

HT SUMMER FESTIVAL on Saturday 8th July. Tickets for the best festival in SW London are selling fast! £7 per adult (£10 on the day) and kids go free.  Posters are up around the school with the band line up so come along with your friends, bring your own picnic, there will be a fully stocked bar and a bouncy castle for the kids. Proceeds will be going to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.  Link to buy tickets below:   http://www.holytrinityschool.org.uk/index.php/events/summer-festival  

Bags2School for Borneo: Please HELP! We have 25 bags so far, target is 200! This is recycling with three benefits: More cupboard space for you You give things you don’t need to those who do need them The money raised protects precious rainforest from destruction - for everThe World Land Trust is a charity that is raising funds to protect a precious section of rainforest in Malaysian Borneo from being cut down to make way for oil palm plantations. It costs £100 for WLT to purchase and protect one acre. We are aiming to raise enough funds to protect five acres of rainforest by recycling old clothes, shoes and so on. To do this, we need 200 bags filled.  Please look out for the white bags in book bags, fill them, and take them to the orange container by the wilderness area before 9.00am on 6th July.Clothes, paired shoes, curtains, towels, socks, lingerie, bedding (but not duvets, pillows or cushions), hats, scarves, jewellery, hand bags, belts, soft toys. Please remember – no school uniform that has the HT logo.


PTA AGMPlease do have a look at the notice outside the office and sign up if you interested in joining the PTA next term SECOND HAND UNIFORM is outside the Main Hall all this week. We ask for £1 donation per item. Honesty box is next to the crates. 

Many thanksYour PTA Committee (Julian, Sonia, Kelly, Lucy, Lisa, Sandra, Anu, Wolfgang & Leigh)E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    www.holytrinityschool.org.uk/


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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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Events Next 7 Days

Fri Jul 20 @13:00 - 02:15PM
Leavers Assembly
Fri Jul 20 @14:15 -
End of Term - 2.15pm

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Contact Us

Penny Cox
Head Teacher

Holy Trinity CE Primary and Nursery School

Carrington Rd
TW10 5AA

Phone: 020 8940 2730
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kingfisher Club: 07531 053635

If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact the school office; Mrs Prendergast & Mrs Bell will be happy to help you.



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