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Kingfisher club    
  At Holy Trinity School we have a fantastic facility for looking after your children out of school hours. Whether you need the Breakfast Club ( 7.45am - 8.55am), Wraparound Club (12 noon - 3.10pm) or Kingfisher Club (3.20pm - 5.55pm) we can provide a safe and fun environment for your children.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club is open between 7.45am - 8.55am. This costs £3.50 from 7.45 or £3.00 from 8am per child per session.
Payment is made either in advance or on the day.  Cash payment only please.
A nutritional breakfast is served until 8.30am.  A selection of 4 cereals, toast with butter, marmite, honey, marmalade or jam.  A drink of orange juice, apple juice, milk or water.  Games and activities are provided to keep the children happy until school begins.  Children are taken to their classes at 8.55am ready for their school day.


Wraparound Club

Wraparound Club hours 12 noon - 3.10pm at a cost of £14.00 per child per session.  Places are pre-booked.  Ad-hoc spaces are usually not available.  Fees are paid in advance half-termly and are non-refundable.
Wraparound Club is a play based environment.  Childrens play is paramount to our setting.  We all know that children learn through play.
A light snack is offered at 2.10pm; a selection of fresh fruits and semi dried fruits and a drink of milk or water.
The Wraparound Club has a large play room and a quiet activity, arts and crafts room.  We also have our own outside playspace with all year round weather surface with outdoor games and activities and playframes.
Children are encouraged to participate in:- sounds, letter formation, handwritting, reading, counting and number games; but are never forced.


Kingfisher Club

Kingfisher Club hours 3.20pm - 5.55pm at a cost of £14.00 per child per session.  Places are pre-booked.  Ad-hoc spaces are usually not available.  Fees are paid in advance half-termly and are non-refundable.
Infant pupils are collected from their classes at the end of the school day.  Junior pupils are given the responsibility of making their own way to the Kingfisher Club.
Kingfisher Club is a play based, 'home from home' setting. A hot snack is provided at approximately 4.30-4.45pm.  Please ensure you provide all information with regard to allergy or dietry requirements to our staff.
The Kingfisher Club has a large play room for construction, role play, music, air hockey table, football table and games.  A quiet activity room for arts and crafts, reading, board games and puzzles.
We have our own outside playspace with all year round weather surface.  Kingfisher Club has full use of both the infant and junior playgrounds and playframes (after 4.30pm). Also our lovely school field for lots of sumer fun, activities and games.


Payments for Wraparound and Kingfisher Club may be made by cash, cheque or childcare vouchers.  Payments must be made in advance half-termly and are non-refundable.
Late Collection Fees:- are charged at £1.00 per minute from 6.01pm.
We are Ofsted registered and you may be able to qualify for monies via your Tax Credits.Meet the staff


Kingfisher Club


What do our parents say?

We have been very pleased with both the amount of before and after school care offered and by the quality of the care.  We feel that everyone there really has the best interest of the kids at heart.  Our boys have great fun and when we collect them in the evening it is hard to get them to leave.

Neil and Marie Ashton


My children love going to Kingfisher and both the breakfast club and after-school club are a lifesaver for our working family. I work unpredictable hours and the facility to drop the children early without prior booking is often the difference between me being able to work and not. The kids view it as an extended playdate and who can blame them - toast and jam, unrestricted access to the playground and Lesley and her lovely ladies – what’s not to love!

Mary Smyth, mum of Zach (Yr 1) and Lili (Reception)


Kingfisher Club at Holy Trinity is everything a parent could wish for. Firstly as working parents we need a wrap-around child care solution that works logistically. Secondly when you leave you children in the care of others you wish a genuine interest in their welfare be given and in a fun learning environment. Thirdly you would like your child looked after in a similar environment to that at home. Kingfisher Club under the care of Lesley, Julie and Sylvie is all of this and more. The children are fed wholesome food, make good friends across different age groups and even get support in their home learning assignments. It is wonderful when picking up yourchild to see them happy and openly giving out hugs to the Kingfisher Club Team. Highly recommended!

Julian Allbut, dad of Georgia (Yr 1)


Daniel, Year 3 Emerald class has been attending breakfast club and after school club since reception and he just loves it! Daniel has so much fun, I’m usually under strict instructions not to collect him too early so that he can keep playing. Julie, Lesley and Sylvie are great - they offer a fun, safe, creative and learning environment for the children. There are so many different activities on offer that the children are challenged, never bored and always happy. The care provided means as a working parent I can relax - I know Daniel is well cared for, eating tasty wholesome food and  having loads of fun with his friends.  I think the smiley happy faces at the end of a long day are a testament to the fun and care the children receive and all I can say is a huge thank you! Daniel has a ball and your Macaroni and cheese is a firm favourite - better than Mum’s he says.

Julie Haarhoff, mum of Daniel, (Yr 3)


Kingfisher club is fantastic. I would whole heartedly recommend it to any parent who needs help outside of school hours. Being a working parent one of the biggest hurdles is the guilt - not being at the school gate - rushing like crazy at the end of the day to cook meals etc. Therefore it has been an enormous help and reassurance to have Lesley, Julie & Sylvie, the Kingfisher Crew, looking after my daughters. There have been a number of occasions when the girls have actually been cross that I've turned up early because they love their time at the club so much! It is an extension of the school day; its well organised, a range of activities on offer including art projects, sport games out on the school field, celebration of festivals (such as Christmas), homework support, and it is incredibly social - a chance to have after school play dates with their pals and children from other year groups. A fantastic service that I couldn't be without - so thank you!

Sophie McGeoch, mum of Madeleine (Yr 1) and Daisy (Reception)

Banana Bread - the ultimate comfort food



300g plain flour
100g granulated sugar
3/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda
1/2 tsp salt
3 very ripe bananas, mashed with a fork
100g plain yoghurt
2 large eggs, beaten lightly
90g butter, melted and cooled
1 tsp vanilla essence


1. Grease and flour the bottom of a loaf tin then preheat your oven to 180'C (fan 160'C), 350'F or Gas Mark 4.
2. Next, sift together the flour, sugar, bicarbonate of sugar and salt in a large bowl and set it aside.
3. In another bowl, mix the mashed bananas, yoghurt, beaten eggs, butter and vanilla essence with a wooden spoon.  You can use a food mixer if you wish.
4.Once these ingredients have been combined, they need to be folded into the dry ingredients with a spatula.  
5.Once you have a thick, chunky batter, scrape it into the prepared loaf tin and bake for about 55 minutes.  A good test for ensuring that it has cooked through is to insert a cocktail stick into the centre of the loaf.  If it comes out clean the loaf is cooked.
6. Leave it to cool for 5 minutes in the tin and then turn it out onto a wire rack.  

Eat warm straight away, cold, or warmed in the toaster with or without butter!

Banana and Blueberry muffins

This is a twist of the Nigella Lawson Banana and Butterscotch Muffins:

The changes are underlined…

Makes: 12 muffins


3 very ripe bananas
125 ml vegetable oil (100ml of oil + 50g of melted butter)
2 large eggs
250 grams plain flour
100 grams caster sugar (replace the sugar by Zest and Juice of an orange)
½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
150 grams butterscotch morsels (or chocolate) (replace by blueberries 300g, or other fruits of your choice) - covered the washed blueberries in a little flour, so they won’t fall on the bottom.


1. Preheat the oven to 200°C/gas mark 6/400°F (180°C) and line a 12-bun muffin tin with muffin papers.
2. Mash the bananas and set aside for a moment. + add the zest of an orange and the juice
3. Pour the oil into a jug and beat in the eggs. You can add some butter and less oil to add more test of the muffins.
4. Put the flour, (sugar), bicarbonate of soda and baking powder into a large bowl and mix in the beaten-egg-and-oil/butter mixture, followed by the mashed bananas.
5. Fold in the blueberries (butterscotch morsels), then place equal quantities in the prepared muffin tin - I use an ice cream scoop and a spatula - and bake in the oven for 20 minutes. (no more!)

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5th November: vQueens  lost 4-2

3rd December: vMarshgate (Away)

9th Feb: vRussell (Away)

25th Feb: Tournament (Away-Old Deer Park)


Boys football


10th November: Home v Russell lost 3-0

17th November v Marshgate lost 6-0 

12th December: vSt Elizabeth’s (Home)

12th January:  Tournament (league dependent)


Girls football


12th November: NPL Tournament NPL  lost 2-1 pool 2 knockout stage

17th Nov: v Marshgate lost 4-0

19th November: v Kew Riverside won 3-0

27th November: v St Stephens (Away)




17th November: Yr 3/4 Tournament joint 6th place

20th November Yr 5/6 Tournament 3rd place


Tag Rugby


28th November: Triple header v Marshagte and St Elizabeth’s (Home)

4th Feb: NPL Tournament (Away-Teddington)




10th Feb: Swimming Gala Heats


•Borough Leagues and Tournaments - These children are selected on ability as they will be facing the best teams from schools around the Borough. In most cases the children will be picked from the respective after-school clubs in collaboration with the sports coaches. If a child is not able to join a club at Holy Trinity but they have a talent for a particular sport then in some rare cases they will be selected outside of the extra-curricular clubs


•Inter-shool athletics events (E.g. Borough Sports) - Children are selected based on their performance at running club, PE lessons and the HT Summer Sports Event


•Swimming Gala - All KS2 children are invited to the HT Swimming Gala trials and then a squad will be picked based on the fastest times.


•At Holy Trinity we are committed to providing as many children as possible with the chance to represent the school at competitive sport. We work in collaboration with other schools to provide extra games and tournaments, outside of the Borough organised events. Holy Trinity hosts our own football and tag-rugby tournaments with other schools and enters competitions provided by neighbouring Boroughs such as the Brentford FC football tournament in Isleworth. For these matches and tournaments, priority is given first to children who attend after-school sports clubs and those who might not regularly get a chance to represent the school.


•In addition to the inter-school competitions, Holy Trinity also provides termly intra-house competitions across a number of sports for all children in years 3,4,5 and 6. By the end of KS2 all children at Holy Trinity will have experienced playing for their House team in a competitive event.