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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

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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: …………………………………………………………………….

 

 

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Newsletter 29 - 10th May 2019

Dear Parents

SATS Week Our Year 6 children will write the compulsory SATS tests next week, and all the other KS2 children will undertake some little summative assessments. We do not want any child to worry about these and we ask that you do not make any fuss about them either. The children are all well prepared, they will enjoy the week and have fun in the afternoons once the assessments are over for the day. Please do not feel that you need to do anything extra at home and please do not put any pressure on your child. It would be good if they all have a good night’s sleep and a good breakfast, some fun with jokes and laughter on the way into school, and a very relaxed approach. Your child has been very well taught and will achieve at the limits of whatever their ability is. A cheerful, confident approach is the very best way forward.

Forest of Dean residential Trip Children in Years 5 and 6 will be going on the residential trip to the Forest of Dean from 22nd May to the 24th May. Here they will take part in adventure activities – caving, climbing, archery etc and will have a chance to be independent, to hone their skills as members of a team and to enjoy time in the beautiful woodland.

Please make sure that your child can carry and pack their own bag and that any prescription 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.

We are very grateful to our teachers, teaching assistants and sports coach who are prepared to take on the responsibility of a residential trip in order that our children can have such a great experience. Our thanks also to Mrs Yates and Mrs Edwards who work very hard to ensure that all the administration of the trip is smooth.

Dogs on site We ask that no dogs come anywhere on the school site. We have a duty of care to all children and there are health and safety issues if we have dogs on our property.

Releasing children Year 4 and over Please note that children in Year 4 and above are not released into the care of their parents directly by the teacher at the end of the school day. They are allowed to leave the classroom at the end of the day and make their way onto the playground to find you. If you are not happy with this arrangement, and would prefer that we released your child directly into your care, please let us know.

Children and Communion Course   Revds Andrew Sinclair and Marion Harrison, the Church of England clergy who look after the catchment area of our school, would like to offer our children the opportunity to receive Holy Communion before they are confirmed.  Preparation for this will take place at an “After School” club on Tuesdays after May half-term, and children participating will receive their first communion at the school Eucharist on Wednesday July 17th July when Bishop Andrew will be attending.  Any parent and child wishing to know more about this programme is invited to a meeting on Tuesday 21st May at 3.15 - 4pm in school.  The course will run from June 11th from 3.15 - 4.15pm for five weeks.

Families leaving our school As we prepare for our Admissions Panel at the beginning of June, we ask that if you are going to remove your child from our school at the end of this academic year, you let us know by the end of this half term. We have many families who would like to transfer their children into our school and we need to know how many places may be available to offer for the coming academic year 2019-20.

Rogation Sunday  Sunday 19th May, St Peters Church Great Cheverell are having a family Rogation service, a short walk around the village stopping to bless animals and places including the school apple orchard.

Meet 10.30am in the Church, to be followed by a ploughman's lunch. All welcome.

Plant Sale There is a very good plant sale taking place in Erlestoke Church on Saturday 11 MAY from 2pm. There will be tea, cake, raffle and a FREE PLANT for every child who comes! (While stocks last.) It is always a great event with very reasonably priced and very good plants to get your garden started for summer. Do come along!

Worton & Cheverell Youth Football Club 9.30am on Saturday mornings for ages 3-6. Contact David Kiddle on 07843 678781 or davekiddle@sky.com for more details.

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

Spring Social Evening - TONIGHT!! - The Three Daggers Brewery (underneath the Farm Shop) - 7:30 pm - A very limited number of last minute tickets will be available on the door.  It's sure to be an enjoyable evening!

Children's Disco Night - Friday 17th May - £1.50 per child which includes a drink + biscuit (pay on the door).

Key Stage 1 (Foundation - Year 2) 5:00 - 5:45

Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) 6:00 - 7:00

We are still looking for volunteers to help during the KS1 session so please come forward if you can lend a hand.

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

Many thanks,

Your PFA

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Newsletter 28 - 3rd May 2019

Dear Parents

Children and Communion Course  Revds Andrew Sinclair and Marion Harrison, the Church of England clergy who look after the catchment area of our school, would like to offer our children the opportunity to receive Holy Communion before they are confirmed.  Preparation for this will take place at an “After School” club on Tuesdays after May half-term, and children participating will receive their first communion at the school Eucharist on Wednesday July 17th when Bishop Andrew will be attending.  Any parent and child wishing to know more about this programme is invited to a meeting on Tuesday 21st May at 3.15 - 4pm in school.  The course will run from June 11th from 3.15 - 4.15pm for five weeks.

Year 3 Year 4 residential trip There will be a meeting for all parents of children who will be in Year 3 and Year 4 NEXT academic year (those currently in Year 2 and Year 3) to discuss the residential trip to Hooke Court in Dorset that will take place in October. The meeting will take place on Wednesday 26th June at 2.30pm.  Please do come along to find out about this very exciting trip and to ask any questions you may have. The children spend one night away, and take part in great outdoor activities – they enjoy the independence, the activities, the team work and the fun that they have on this trip. We are always very grateful to our teachers and teaching assistants who are prepared to take children away on these trips, to be on duty all day and night to care for them, and to help them learn and have fun.

Summer Music Concert Those children who take peripatetic music lessons in our school and who have reached a good standard, will be invited to perform in the Summer Music Concert on Tuesday 21st May starting at 5.00pm. If your child is performing, their music tutor will let them know and prepare them. Everyone is welcome to attend – it is a wonderful concert and the standard is remarkably high.

Demographic information of our school

 

Village Number of children Percentage of children
Great Cheverell 33 22%
Little Cheverell 11 8%
Erlestoke 12 8%
Coulston 2 1%
Total in catchment 58 39%
Edington 14 10%
Devizes 14 10%
Potterne 12 8%
West Lavington and Littleton Panell 12 8%
Marston and Worton 11 8%
Market Lavington 9 6%
Bratton 5 3%
Other 12 8%

If we had only children from our designated area (catchment area), the school would be very vulnerable to closure since there would be only 58 children here. We are very grateful to all those parents who choose to transport their children from other places in Wiltshire to attend our school. We have children coming in from Devizes, Warminster, Westbury and Hilperton, as well as all the more local villages.

Families leaving our school As we prepare for our Admissions Panel at the beginning of June, we ask that if you are going to remove your child from our school at the end of this academic year, you let us know by the end of this half term. We have many families who would like to transfer their children into our school and we need to know how many places may be available to offer for the coming academic year 2019-20.

GDPR and Safeguarding Please remember that all parents must report into reception if they want to come into the school, and that they must be accompanied by a member of staff if they go into the classrooms. This helps us to make sure we are compliant with both safeguarding and data protection requirements.

Plant Sale There is a very good plant sale taking place in Erlestoke Church on Saturday 11 MAY from 2pm. There will be tea, cake, raffle and a FREE PLANT for every child who comes! (While stocks last.) It is always a great event with very reasonably priced and very good plants to get your garden started for summer. Do come along!

Worton & Cheverell Youth Football Club 9.30am on Saturday mornings for ages 3-6. Contact David Kiddle on 07843 678781 or davekiddle@sky.com for more details.

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

Quiz Night success - Thank you so much for all who took part and our fabulous volunteers who made this evening such a success! Over £700 was raised for the PFA - FANTASTIC!!

Children's Disco Night - Friday 17th May - Save the date! Further details to follow.

Social Evening - Friday 10th May - The Three Daggers Brewery (underneath the Farm Shop) - Only one week to go until our Spring Social Evening! We need a minimum number of 40 for this evening to go ahead so please let us know ASAP if you would like a ticket! Tickets are £15 and will include a buffet and a welcome drink. There will be a minibus service operating on the evening (donation to the driver).

There will be a Silent Auction at the social evening to raise funds for the PFA. We would very much appreciate any donations from local businesses for the Silent Auction. Please do come forward if you know of a business who would like to help us raise PFA funds towards equipment & activities for our children.

Many thanks,

Your PFA

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Newsletter 27 - 26 April 2019

Dear Parents

Water Bottles, sun hats and lost property Every child should have a water bottle and a sun hat in school every day as the weather warms up. Please mark ALL items with your child’s name. Lost property grows into a huge heap in our school. If you are missing something, do come and hunt through the lost property basket. Everything in the basket will be recycled in the school holidays.

Summer Blues At this time of year, we notice that people are a lot more likely to fall out with each other and argue. We are not sure whether this is because they are tired through sleeping less in the shorter nights, or whether they are hot, or whether they are starting to think about the changes that might come about in the next academic year. However, it is something that happens every year through the summer term. We do ask that you help your child to maintain a sense of proportion, to support them to mend relationships and to find ways to live amicably with those around them. Please help children to defuse situations rather than inflaming them.

Stop and Drop PLEASE remember that the layby outside our school is meant to be kept for “Stop and Drop” in the mornings, not for parking. If you want to stay in the playground with your child for Wake and Shake, please park over the road in the Pavilion car park, or park further down in the village and walk into school. It is very dangerous for parents trying to “Stop and Drop” if cars are parked in the layby. The idea is that parents pull up safely in the layby, let their children out, watch them enter the school grounds and then pull away again, leaving space for the next Stopper and Dropper. Used properly, this eases the congestion very effectively and keeps our children safer.

Gardening Club Gardening Club will meet again after Easter. The sessions will be as follows: 29th April, 13 May and 20 May then after half term sessions will run on 24 June, 1 July, 8 July, 15 July and 22 July. If your child would like to join Gardening Club please ask for an application form from the school office. Places are limited to 12. If you would like to find out more about gardening club or be involved in running it, please call Liz Read on 07967 803420.

Summer Music Concert Those children who take peripatetic music lessons in our school and who have reached a good standard, will be invited to perform in the Summer Music Concert on Tuesday 21st May starting at 5.00pm. If your child is performing, their music tutor will let them know and prepare them. Everyone is welcome to attend – it is a wonderful concert and the standard is remarkably high.

Pupil Premium A reminder that if your child is entitled to the Pupil Premium funding, we do ask that you sign up for it – it is a significant amount of money and we will use it for many school activities, in addition to helping to pay for music lessons and school trips for your child. If parents do not sign up, the school simply does not get the funding and, with budgets being increasingly tight, it is important that we access every penny possible to ensure the outstanding education we provide here at Holy Trinity can continue.

Please do check and if you think you are eligible, complete the form so that we can process the claim for the funding – all done in the strictest confidence.  The benefits which attract the funding are:

  • Income support,
  • Income based Job Seekers Allowance,
  • Income related Employment and support Allowance,
  • Support under Part IV of the Immigration and Asylum act 1999 (NASS),
  • the guarantee element of State Pension Credit,
  • Child Tax Credit (you must NOT be entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual income as assessed by HM Revenue and Customs that does not exceed £16,190),
  • Working Tax Credit “Run On”.

Lavington School Roadshow is Tuesday 11th June after school here in our school hall. This provides an opportunity for all those with children in Year 5 and younger who might be considering Lavington School as one of their choices for their child’s secondary schooling to come along and hear a bit about Lavington and ask any questions they may have.

A reminder: TD Dates for the academic year 2019-2020

Monday 2nd September 2019

Monday 1st June 2020

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Monday 29th June 2020

Wednesday 22nd July 2020

Plant Sale There is a very good plant sale taking place in Erlestoke Church on Saturday 11 MAY from 2pm. There will be tea, cake, raffle and a FREE PLANT for every child who comes! (While stocks last.) It is always a great event with very reasonably priced and very good plants to get your garden started for summer. Do come along!

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 11.00am
Friday 28th June Written school reports uploaded for parents
Wednesday 3rd July

Thursday 4th July

Year 3/ Year 4 performance
Tuesday 2nd July Year 6 Leavers’ trip to Salisbury Cathedral
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

Social Evening - Friday 10th May - The Three Daggers Brewery (underneath the Farm Shop) - Only two weeks to go until our Spring Social Evening! We need a minimum number of 40 for this evening to go ahead so please let us know ASAP if you would like a ticket! Tickets are £15 and will include a buffet and a welcome drink. There will be a minibus service operating on the evening (donation to the driver).

There will be a Silent Auction at the social evening to raise funds for the PFA. We would very much appreciate any donations from local businesses for the Silent Auction. Please do come forward if you know of a business who would like to help us raise PFA funds towards equipment & activities for our children.

Textile Recycling - We are sad to announce that the Textile Recycling centre has closed down and so we will not be taking in any more recycling. A HUGE thank you to our "Recycling Fairy" Emma Farebrother for all her work in collecting and delivering the recycling for us over the years!

Many thanks,

Your PFA

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