Newsletter 34 – 21st June 2019

Dear Parents

Seaside trip All children in KS1 (Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2) will be going to the seaside on Wednesday 3rd July. They will visit the Oceanarium and have their lunch on the beach (weather permitting). Please make sure your child has a packed lunch for this trip and is wearing their school uniform. They will have a great time learning more about their theme of “Under the Sea” and children always enjoy the coach trip!

Cathedral Trip  Children in Year 6 will be attending the Leavers’ Service at Salisbury Cathedral on Tuesday 2nd July – they will need a packed lunch for this trip. The day involves some lovely art and drama activities in the morning, followed by lunch, and then a well planned service with lots of child participation led by a senior member of the clergy of the Cathedral. The children will be back at school by 3.00pm.

Letter of commendation We received a very complimentary letter from the Sports Centre Manager at Dauntsey’s school where our children take their swimming lessons. He commended them on the way they get on with their sessions, do their best each week, and show really excellent sportsmanship in the competitive elements of the course. He says “They are an absolute delight!” We are very proud of our children – they are a credit to the school and to their families.

Midsummer Night’s Dream Parents of children in Years 3 and 4 will have received tickets to our performances of the abridged version of this play which will be staged on Wednesday 3rd July at 2.00pm and Thursday 4th July at 5.00pm. If you have tickets you will not be using, please return them to the office for re-distribution. If you wish to have extra tickets, please write in and ask.

Sports Day Weather permitting, our sports day this year will take place on Wednesday 10th July, starting at about 9.15. The events will be finished by about 12.00pm and then you are welcome to stay and bring a picnic lunch to share with your child on our field. The bell will ring for afternoon school at 1.00pm as usual and children will line up and go into school then for the rest of their day.

Ukulele performance Wednesday Ukulele group will give a short performance at Sharing Assembly on Friday 12th July. Remember, everyone is welcome to attend Sharing assembly every Friday at 2.15pm, when a few children from each class will share something of the work they have done that week. It is informal and unrehearsed but great fun for all.

Year 6 events Parents of Year 6 children are invited to their restaurant on Tuesday 16th July in the afternoon (all food is prepared by and served by the children) and also to their Leavers’ Assembly on Monday 22nd July at 2.00pm. At the Leavers’ Assembly the children will reflect on their time in our school and we will have our awards ceremony. This is a moving and lovely event where we say good bye to our Year 6 children formally.

Clothing lent by the school If your child has an accident in school, we will always provide fresh clothing for them to wear. However, in Stonehenge classroom, a great deal of this clothing has not been returned and they are now really short of spare clothing. Please, if your child was sent home in clothing from school, would you wash it and send it straight back?

Polite request If your child comes home and tells you about something that happened to another child in their class during the school day, please do not contact the parent of that child to discuss it. There may be many reasons that this would be a very inappropriate contact to make, possibly leaving both parent and child in an uncomfortable position. If the parent wants more information, they will contact the school and the matter will be dealt with using clear data protection guidelines. Children have a right to have their privacy and data protected and we have duty to ensure that happens.

Parents welcome meetings Please make sure you have these dates and times (see below) in your diaries so that you can find out about your child’s class and meet their teacher for the coming year.

Residential Trip Meeting All parents of children currently in Year 2 and Year 3 are invited to come to a meeting here at school on Wednesday 26th June at 2.30pm to discuss the upcoming residential trip which the (then) Year 3 and Year 4 children will have in October 2019.

Entry into the school Once children have left the classroom at the end of the day, the teaching, support and admin staff then start the hard work of putting everything together for the next day of learning. If we have a lot of children running back into school over the course of the afternoon to use the toilets or to pick up things, it is difficult to get on with the work we are trying to do here as everyone who comes into the building should be accompanied by a member of staff. Unless your child is attending an after-school club, please do not send them back into the building except in an emergency.

Change of Bank Holiday next year The Government has altered their May Bank holiday next year from Monday 4th May 2020 to Friday 8th May 2020 to coincide with the VE Day celebrations. We have attached a new copy of the School Term and Holiday Dates for 2019/20. TD Days are also highlighted.

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Wednesday 26th June Year 3/Year 4 residential trip meeting for parents 2.30pm
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Wednesday 10th July Sports Day and picnic 9.15am  – 1.00pm
Tuesday 16th July Year 6 Restaurant 1.30pm
Wednesday 17th July School Eucharist 2.00pm
Friday 19th July Leavers’ Trip All day
Monday 22nd July Leavers’ Assembly 2.00pm
Monday 22nd July Parents’ “Welcome to the new class” meetings 4.30pm  White Horse 5.00pm  Sarum

5.30pm  Avebury 6.00pm  Silbury

Tuesday 23rd July Last day of term
Tuesday 3rd September Back to school

Best wishes

 

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

SUMMER FAYRE – 3pm onwards on Friday 28th June 

Have you got items you would like to sell? We have had a request from one parent to sell handmade items. If you have something you would like to sell at the fayre please let us know. There will be a small charge of £5 per stall.

Volunteers & Donations – Anyone who is able to offer a hand with the fayre, either by helping to run a stall or set up/clear up (or in any other capacity), please do come forward.

We will also be requesting donations of cakes, books and teddies for our stalls. Any help and donations will be greatly appreciated.

You can contact us via our email holytrinitypfa@gmail.com or our Facebook page “Holy Trinity (Great Cheverell) PFA

We welcome and value your opinion. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Head teacher or Chair of Governors

Newsletter 33 – 14th June 2019

Dear Parents

Class photos On Monday 17th June, (next Monday), Mr Gyllenspetz will be taking the class photos which you can purchase for a very reasonable price if you wish. Notes will go out for you to order these in due course. Please make sure your child has a school jumper or cardigan on Monday so that there is a sense of cohesion in the photos.

First Aid course for children Staff from the local Air Ambulance came to our school and gave First Aid training to children in Year 5 and 6 this week. The children were told how to make a 999 call efficiently and how to perform CPR. They practised on the dummies which was interesting. We are very grateful to the Air Ambulance for this initiative.

Performance for musicians taking lessons outside of school We had a lovely little concert on Wednesday, showcasing more of the tremendous musical talent we have in our school. We are very proud of all our musicians.

Best in Show! Our Handbell musicians always give a performance at Edington Fair, and this year they also presented a lovely dance routine based broadly on the theme of Romans (which was the theme for the Fair this year). In addition, Mrs Heath, who organised our entry, helped children in school make a papier-mâché Roman Soldier for the event. We were delighted that our item was judged joint Best in Show! Our thanks to the Edington Fair organisers who invite us to take part in the fair each year, and to Mrs Heath who does such wonderful things in our school.

Phonics check and Multiplication check All Year 1 children have to take part in a phonics check sent out by the Government each year. This took place, as is statutory, this week. We do not make a fuss about this (or any) check and the children are put under no pressure but just regard it as a usual part of the school day. The check is carried out in a “one to one” situation with Miss Nisbeck. The children have been well taught and will achieve at the level expected for their ability.

From next year, we have to carry out a statutory multiplication check on all Year 4 children. We were given the chance to take part in the pilot this year, and we accepted since it will give us an idea of what is involved. Again, because the children have been well taught, they do not find this stressful and most children who did the check seemed to enjoy the experience. This is an online test, with 6 seconds being given to think of the correct answer, type it in, check it and press submit.

Residential Trip Meeting All parents of children currently in Year 2 and Year 3 are invited to come to a meeting here at school on Wednesday 26th June at 2.30pm to discuss the upcoming residential trip which the (then) Year 3 and Year 4 children will have in October 2019. They will be going to Hooke Court in Dorset for an overnight stay and will take part in lots of exciting and adventurous activities.

Parents welcome meetings These meetings will introduce you to your child’s teacher for the coming academic year, give you the chance to find out what the expectations are in that classroom and to ask any questions you may have.  You and your child will by then have been told which classroom they will be in next year. Children in Stonehenge class will have their welcome meeting at the start of the new academic year as usual, so that our new families can take advantage of the meetings. For all other classes the welcome meetings will take place on Monday 22nd July at the following times:

4.30pm White Horse class (Years 1 and 2)                              5.00pm Sarum class (Years 3 and 4)

5.30pm Avebury class (Years 4 and 5)                                      6.00pm Silbury class (Years 5 and 6)

Lavington School Open Evening This is an invitation to parents and Year 5 children to find out more about Lavington school if this is one of the schools they are considering for their child when they leave Year 6. The open evening will take place on Thursday 27 June 2019There will be a Headteacher’s welcome at 6pm and 7pm.  Tours and activities take place from 6.15pm – 8pm.

St Augustine’s RC College Open Day and Open evening Year 5 children considering St Augustine’s as a destination for Year 7 can spend a day at the College on Monday 1st July, from 9.45am – 2.30pm (contact wheatf@st-augustines.wilts.sch.uk to book a place for your child on this day) and there is an evening for both parents and their Year 5 children on Wednesday 10th July from 6.00pm – 8.00pm.

Devizes School Parents and children in years 5 and 6 are invited to an Open Evening – Thursday 26th September 6:30pm – 8:30pm to find out more about Devizes School as a possible Year 7 destination.

Matravers School believe that every day is an open day, so any interested parents can go on a tour of the school. They can arrange this by sending an e-mail to engage@matravers.wilts.sch.uk

Big Family Music Day, Saturday 22nd June from 10am – 4pm at Wiltshire Music Centre. Live performances and taster sessions. Book on 01225 860100 or  www.wiltshiremusic.org.uk

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Wednesday 26th June Year 3/Year 4 residential trip meeting for parents 2.30pm
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Wednesday 10th July Sports Day and picnic 9.15am  – 1.00pm
Tuesday 16th July Year 6 Restaurant 1.30pm
Wednesday 17th July School Eucharist 2.00pm
Monday 22nd July Parents’ “Welcome to the new class” meetings 4.30pm White Horse 5.00pm Sarum

5.30pm Avebury 6.00pm Silbury

Tuesday 23rd July Last day of term
Tuesday 3rd September Back to school

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

SUMMER FAYRE – 3pm onwards on Friday 28th June – Request for Volunteers & Donations –

Anyone who is able to offer a hand with the fayre, either by helping to run a stall or set up/clear up (or in any other capacity), please do come forward.

We will also be requesting donations of cakes, books and teddies for our stalls. Any help and donations will be greatly appreciated.

You can contact us via our email holytrinitypfa@gmail.com or our Facebook page “Holy Trinity (Great Cheverell) PFA

Many thanks,

Your PFA

We welcome and value your opinion. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Head teacher or Chair of Governors

Newsletter 32 – 7th June 2019

Dear Parents

Performance for musicians taking lessons outside of school We shall be holding a little concert to showcase musicians who take music lessons outside of school on Wednesday 12th June at 10.45am. There are a few slots remaining so feel free to apply if your child can play to a good standard and is ready to perform.

Design Technology at Dauntsey’s School We are always grateful for the outreach provided by Dauntsey’s School – amongst other things, we are invited in the summer term to take all our Year 6 children to their beautifully equipped D&T workshop where they can design and make their own clocks. This is great fun for the children and is one of the things that helps them prepare for secondary school. This week, our Year 6 children came back to our school with some very interesting clocks that they had made at Dauntsey’s.

Transition into Secondary School We collaborate closely with the receiving schools of our current Year 6 children to ensure that the transition into secondary school is as easy as possible. During June and July, the children are invited to spend a day at their new schools. We also meet with the head of year, or leader with this responsibility, and share data with them about the children so that they are well prepared to receive our children. Lisa Adams from Lavington school recently met with Mr Amor for the “Handover” meeting and she also took the time to sit and chat with the Year 6 children who will be going on to Lavington school. These interventions help to reassure our children and make the transition as pleasant as possible.

Edington Tapestry Under the guidance of the very talented Mrs Heath, our children prepared one of the panels for great work, the “Edington Tapestry” (which will, we hope, rival the Bayeux tapestry!)  We designed and made the panel showing the story of Alfred the Great and his victory in Edington. This work, with all the other panels, will be having its public unveiling in the Edington Parish Hall on Monday 17th June at 12,30pm. Some of our children who took part in the project will attend this unveiling.

Lavington Road Show Anyone who would like to find out more about Lavington secondary school, please come along to their roadshow here in our hall on Tuesday 11th June at 2.45pm.

Emmanuel Collaboration We continue to work closely with, and build stronger links with, the four other schools that belong to our Collaboration. These schools are Five Lanes Primary, St Barnabas Primary, St Thomas a Becket Primary and Urchfont Primary. These are all Church of England schools and are all judged “Good” by Ofsted. The work we do together builds really great practice as we share expertise, resources, training opportunities, moderation opportunities and much more. We are a supportive group, providing challenge and inspiration for each other. Since the inception of the Collaboration in 2015, the aggregated data as measured in the statutory assessments has risen year on year, showing the impact of the work we do to support great learning for all children in our part of Wiltshire. We gain all the benefits of closer working without losing anything of our own independence, finances or character. It is a very successful system of providing the best education for our children.

Calendar Dates Please take time to read the dates of various summer term events in the table below.

Read to your child There is good evidence to show that it is important to read to your child even when they are eleven years old (and beyond!). It is worth having a “Family Book” on the go all the time, reading good, high quality prose aloud, so that children become accustomed to hearing the rhythm of challenging language, and learning more advanced vocabulary. It has been shown that children who love books and reading do better in GCSE, with particularly high outcomes in maths, oddly enough.

Also, it is really good for your child to read out loud to you several times a week, even if they are good readers. Please do not let this habit drop as they move into the older classes in our school. As they read, please check their comprehension, especially the understanding of text that requires inference and deduction. There are questions that might help with this on our website: http://holy-trinity.co.uk/learning-at-home/#Reading .

Hot weather Please send your child into school with a sunhat and a water bottle – these are essential as they play outside in the warm weather. It is also very important that all items of clothing are marked with your child’s name – jumpers are cast off regularly at this time of year and often we cannot return them to their owners as they have no names written in them.  

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Tuesday 11th June Lavington Roadshow 2.45pm
Wednesday 12th June Music Concert for children taking music lessons outside of school 10.45am
Wednesday 26th June Year 3/Year 4 residential trip meeting for parents 2.30pm
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Wednesday 10th July Sports Day and picnic 9.15am  – 1.00pm
Tuesday 16th July Year 6 Restaurant 1.30pm
Wednesday 17th July School Eucharist 2.00pm
Tuesday 23rd July Last day of term
Tuesday 3rd September Back to school

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

SUMMER FAYRE – Friday 28th June – Volunteers needed – Our annual Summer Fayre will take place immediately after school. Anyone who is able to help in whichever way possible with the fayre please do come forward. We will greatly appreciate your support.

You can contact us via our email holytrinitypfa@gmail.com or our Facebook page “Holy Trinity (Great Cheverell) PFA

Many thanks,

Your PFA                

 

Newsletter 31 – 24th May 2019

Dear Parents

Today is the last day of this half term and we will return to school on Wednesday 5th June. Have a great half term holiday!

Summer Music Concert What a wonderful evening we had on Tuesday, when our remarkable young musicians treated us to a tremendous festival of music! There is such a wealth of talent here and it is a joy to see that talent unfolding. We were also very proud of the children who were waiting their turns to perform – they sat and listened, joined in, supported their peers and made the event even more fun. The performance went on longer than we had planned and we may need to change the format next year to reduce the time spent sitting and waiting by participants. Any ideas are welcome.

We would like to thank our amazing music tutors, Mr Broomfield, Mrs Edwards, Mr Gundry, Mrs Heath, Mrs Jenkins and Mr Lazarus who work so hard, and above and beyond the call of duty, to ensure the very best outcomes for our children. And thank you to our amazing children whose diligence, commitment and enthusiasm made this such a memorable evening.

Forest of Dean residential Trip   Another exciting and memorable trip for the children in Years 5 and 6 who spent two nights in the Forest of Dean, taking part in adventure activities. So much learning goes on during these residential trips, not just around the physical skills that are honed, but also the independence, teamwork, resilience and courage that are developed. And the trips are fun! Our thanks to the staff who take on the onerous responsibility of looking after a large group of excited children, on duty for 24 hours a day whilst they are away, and making sure that everyone is safe and has a good experience. Mr Amor, Mr Gyllenspetz and Mrs Edwards spend months in preparation for the trip, and we are very grateful to Mrs Trusler and Miss Berrington who went with them as helpers this year.

Devizes Trip Children in Sarum class had an excellent trip to Devizes where they learnt more about English civil war (their topic this term) and the famous battle of Roundway hill. They re-enacted some aspects of the battle under the supervision of a local historian. After having ice creams, they travelled into the centre of Devizes and carried out a traffic survey and a survey to find out what local residents knew of the English Civil War. After having lunch and play in the park, they returned with some great data which they will process and analyse, and produce reports.  This was a remarkably successful trip and one which the children thoroughly enjoyed. Our thanks to Mrs Goddard and Mrs Jones who led the trip, Mrs Hayward and Mr Goddard who accompanied and Mrs Edwards and Mrs Yates who administered all the paperwork and risk assessments. It takes imagination and flair to turn a trip to Devizes into such an adventure!

Transition for children coming to our school Recently, Miss Nisbeck took her class to visit the children in Old School Nursery who are going to start in our school in September. They had a lovely time at Old School Nursery, playing games together and taking part in a treasure hunt, then having a picnic together. Miss Nisbeck is getting to know all these new children through her visits to the school and they are getting to know her. All parents and children due to start in September are invited to come and wander around the school and get to know the setting and the teaching staff in Stonehenge classroom on Wednesday 5th June from 3.30pm – 4.00pm. Staff from Old School Nursery will also be here.

Disco Our thanks to Mrs Cleveley and the amazing PFA team who organised and managed the Disco last Friday – the children had such fun and the whole event was superbly well run. We are always very grateful for all the wonderful events and fundraisers that our PFA organise.

Performance for musicians taking lessons outside of school We shall be holding a little concert to showcase musicians who take music lessons outside of school on Wednesday 12th June at 10.45am. So far we only have two applicants to take part in this event, and if we don’t have a few more, we shall have to cancel it. Please apply (form on the end of last week’s newsletter or send in a note) if you wish your child to take part.

Cooking The children have cooking lessons with Mrs Heath on Tuesday afternoons, on a rota basis. It is lovely to see how they grow in confidence with their cooking over the years, and by the time they are in Years 5 and 6, they are able to follow recipes, and make improvements to recipes with very little support. They also learn a lot about nutrition, healthy eating, food hygiene and physiology through these lessons – all things that they will need to live healthy lives as adults.

Written Reports Your child’s written report for the year will be published on Friday 28th June. The reports will be uploaded onto the Parent Portal so if you have forgotten your password or are struggling to access that platform, please come to the office where we will help you. You may request a hard copy of the report.

Transition data As children transfer to their new secondary school (or their next primary school), the data that we hold on them will be sent on to the receiving school. As well as personal information such as birthdates, ethnicity and the like, these data will include academic, behaviour, SEND, welfare, safeguarding and child protection data.

Lavington School Roadshow If you are considering Lavington Secondary school as a possible destination for your child when they move to Year 7, you are welcome to come to a presentation by Lavington staff on Tuesday 11th June at 2.45pm in our school hall. Please note the change of time from previously advertised. Children in Years 4 and 5 will also be able to attend this presentation.

 

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Friday 24th May Last day of term
Monday 3rd June and Tuesday 4th June TD days
Wednesday 5th June Everyone back to school
Tuesday 11th June Lavington Roadshow 2.45pm
Wednesday 12th June Music Concert for children taking music lessons outside of school 10.45am
Wednesday 26th June Year 3/Year 4 residential trip meeting for parents 2.30pm
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Wednesday 10th July Sports Day and picnic 9.15am  – 1.00pm
Tuesday 16th July Year 6 Restaurant 1.30pm
Wednesday 17th July School Eucharist 2.00pm
Tuesday 23rd July Last day of term
Tuesday 3rd September Back to school

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

A big thank you to Harriet Cleveley for organising the school disco and to all the helpers – the children had a great time!

The date for the Summer Fayre is Friday 28th June straight after school on the playground/ playing field.

We really need your support to help this event run so please do get in touch if you are able to help in any way!

You can contact us via our email holytrinitypfa@gmail.com or our Facebook page “Holy Trinity (Great Cheverell) PFA

We welcome and value your opinion. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Head teacher or Chair of Governors

Newsletter 30 – 17th May 2019

Dear Parents

Wonderful Children We are, as ever, very proud of our children, many of whom have completed their summative assessments this week. They face these challenges with cheerful courage and optimism, and always aim to do their best. They have enjoyed this week which involves a lot of PE, cooking, projects and art in between the assessments. Thank you to our families who have supported their children so beautifully through the year.

Summer Music Concert Do come along to our very popular Summer Music Concert on Tuesday 21st May at 5.00pm. This event is for those children who take music lessons through the school’s extracurricular and peripatetic music provision and who have reached a standard of performance that is good enough to be included in the concert. Your child’s music tutor will let them know whether they have been included in the programme or not. If not, they will always have another chance next year.

Performance for musicians taking lessons outside of school If you would like your child to be part of a little concert to showcase musicians who take music lessons outside of school, we shall be holding that event on Wednesday 12th June at 10.45am. You will need to be responsible for ensuring that your child plays to an acceptable standard, and has rehearsed their piece. Please complete the slip at the bottom of this letter so that we can put together a programme. In the event that there are very large numbers of children, we will offer places to the older children first. Parents/carers are welcome to attend the performance which will probably last no longer than half an hour.

Class Splits At this time of year, some parents may start to feel anxious about which classroom their child will be in next year. We ask you to trust us to make the very best decision for your child – every child is important and we will make sure that we do the very best for each one.

If your child is moving into Year 1, Year 4 or Year 5, they will be in a split group. However, they will continue to follow the Year 1, Year 4 and Year 5 curriculum, whichever classroom they are in. Our analyses show that children do equally well in all classrooms – they are tested on the same tests at the end of the year, and statistics show that their progress and attainment meet or exceed the targets equally well in all classrooms in our school.

Please do not put pressure on your child to try to achieve some goal of being in a specific classroom. This leads to anxiety and a sense of having “let you down” if they do not achieve the goal. Decisions about class splits are made on the basis of the child’s academic achievement through the year and the number of children in each year group and classroom. We can assure you that children are taught at the edge of their learning regardless of which classroom they are in.

Trophies If your child received a trophy from the school at our annual presentation event last year, it is now time to return it so that we can prepare for the presentations for this year. We have awards for sport, swimming, music, drama and, of course, for academic success, as well as for good citizenship and living generously in a community.

Forest of Dean residential Trip  The coach will leave the school shortly after 9.00am on Wednesday 22nd May and will return sometime around 3pm on Friday 24th May. We will keep in touch by text if there is a delay in the return trip – please do not feel that you need to phone in to check.

Please make sure that your child can carry and pack their own bag and that any prescription medication or travel medication has the correct paperwork completed and has been handed in to the teacher. Please do not send any food or electronic devices except watches and a torch. Mobile phones do not work in the Forest and would, in any case, provide a distraction and too much responsibility for the children. If children want to bring a camera, please let them use disposable cameras since they are likely to get wet or lost.

Hard copies of the newsletter Please contact the office if you would like to receive a hard copy of the newsletter each week. We are aiming to reduce paper consumption but we are happy to provide these hard copies to those who need them.

Devizes Tennis Club are offering free tennis coaching/try out on Sunday 19th May. Rackets and balls provided. 10.00 – 10.45 for ages 5 and under, and 10.45 – 11.30 for ages 6 – 10.

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Tuesday 21st May Music Concert for children taking music lessons in school 5.00pm
Wednesday 22nd May – Friday 24th May Residential trip to Forest of Dean, Years 5 and 6
Friday 24th May Last day of term
Monday 3rd June and Tuesday 4th June TD days
Wednesday 5th June Everyone back to school
Wednesday 12th June Music Concert for children taking music lessons outside of school 10.45am
Wednesday 26th June Year 3/Year 4 residential trip meeting for parents 2.30pm
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Wednesday 10th July Sports Day and picnic 9.15am  – 1.00pm
Tuesday 16th July Year 6 Restaurant 1.30pm
Wednesday 17th July School Eucharist 2.00pm
Tuesday 23rd July Last day of term
Tuesday 3rd September Back to school

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

Firstly a huge thank you to all who came along to the Social night at the Three Daggers, we had a great evening and the generous donations from the silent auction made over £1000!! Thank you.

Disco night tonight! Harriet Cleveley has kindly organised the event for the children. Please remember to bring your child along at 5pm for KS1 and 6pm for KS2 and £1.50 for the entry!

Next term we will be asking for support towards the Summer Fayre, keep your eyes peeled for more details!

You can contact us via our email holytrinitypfa@gmail.com or our Facebook page “Holy Trinity (Great Cheverell) PFA

Many thanks,

Your PFA

Application for a place in the music concert for children taking music lessons outside of school

 

I……………………………………………., would like to apply for a place for my child, ………………………………………………to take part in the concert on Wednesday 12th June at 10.45. I understand that it is my responsibility to ensure that my child is well prepared for this event. The piece that they play will be no longer than 2 minutes in duration.

 

Signature: …………………………………………………………………….

 

 

We welcome and value your opinion. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Head teacher or Chair of Governors