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Newsletter 16 - 18th January 2019

Dear Parents

Courage and resilience We are pleased to see that Ofsted is going to be inspecting the work schools do to build resilience in their students. This is a result of the increasing concern of schools nationally that children lack resilience and independence and it is feared that this will leave them unable to deal with the inevitable difficulties that everyone will encounter at some point.

Whilst we instinctively want to protect our children from feeling sad, disappointed, angry, anxious, depressed or worried, it is a vital life skill to acquire resilience in the face of difficult events. We work very hard in our school to reward resilience, courage, independence and determination so that the children gain an understanding that this is the correct way to face difficulties which are going to be a normal part of life. Congratulating children on managing a difficult situation with courage builds their ability to cope with such situations in the future. It should be a growth experience for them.

Volunteers We are very lucky to have a team of strong and skilled volunteers who come in regularly to help us in school. Mostly, volunteers listen to children reading on a one to one basis and check comprehension of what they are reading. This is the single biggest help to our work since it is not possible for our teachers to hear every child read every day. They also support us with taking children offsite on trips and help with design and technology projects. We are very grateful for their support.

Hockey Well done to our Year 3/Year 4 hockey team which won three out of their four matches on Thursday! And thank you to Mrs Goddard and the admin staff for organising this, and to the volunteers who accompanied the trip.

Cyberbullying Please make sure that, if your child has an iPad or a phone on which they engage in online chatting, you check their devices regularly to ensure that they are neither sending nor receiving messages that are harmful or hurtful. It is strongly recommended that children do not take their phones to their rooms when they go to sleep, as so many children have very disturbed sleep due to late night messaging. We also remind parents to ensure that they have some form of parental controls on the phones and that they monitor all activity carefully – this could save your child’s life. It is not an invasion of their privacy, it is good and careful parenting. Children are tech-savvy but naïve and are at huge risk in the on-line world.

Dentist Visit Children in Sarum class will all go to visit the Urchfont Dental Practice on Thursday 24th January (next week). They will be given toothbrushes and disclosing tablets in order to learn the best techniques for brushing their teeth. They will also have a talk about good oral hygiene and diet, and will get a chance to do 'fillings' in plastic teeth that have been pre-cut and will see and touch (non sharp) dental instruments and familiarise themselves with the dental surgery. They will have a healthy snack while they are there. This is always a great trip for the children and they thoroughly enjoy it.

Southern Pro Musica in Southampton On Thursday 31st January, we shall be taking all our children to the Central Hall, Southampton where they will enjoy a wonderful feast of orchestral music designed for children. You can see more about this by clicking on this link: https://childrensconcerts.org.uk/programme/

We ask that all children are sent to school with a packed lunch on this day as we shall not be at school for our usual lunch programme. They will be given biscuits and a drink in the mid-morning.

Winter Please make sure all scarves, hats, gloves, coats and jumpers are labelled with your child’s name – even just writing it in ball point pen on any of the labels is better than nothing. In the event of very severe weather, where it would be unsafe to open the school, you will receive a text message, there will be a note on the website and the local radio will be broadcasting the information. We almost never close, however, and the children really love snow days at school, with long playtimes and Sledge Hill being great fun.

Junior Cricket at The Walled Garden, Erlestoke   We are pleased to announce that throughout the summer of 2019, Erlestoke & Coulston Cricket Club will be reviving the junior section of the club. We will be offering fun and all-inclusive cricket coaching for boys and girls aged 5-11 and welcome all abilities and experiences on Saturdays from 10.00am – 11.00am, £2 per session. Our coach, Toby Dorgan, has plenty of experience working with young children and coaching cricket, including all relevant qualifications. Dates to be confirmed but please drop us an email if you, or your children, are interested in getting involved. Email:ecccjuniors@outlook.com

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Thursday 31st January Classical Music Concert in Southampton – please bring a packed lunch Normal school hours
Friday 15th February Last day of term
Monday 25th February Everyone back to school
Monday 11th March Parent teacher meetings 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Wednesday 13th March Parent teacher meetings 3.10pm – 6.00pm
Friday 5th April Last day of term
Monday 8th – Friday 12th April Holiday Club, Superstars
Tuesday 23rd April Everyone back to school
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

 

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

How to get involved - The PFA is run purely for the benefit of the children of Holy Trinity School. All our fundraising goes towards providing additional equipment and activities for the children at school. Any involvement from parents, carers and friends of Holy Trinity, however big or small, is very much welcomed.

A date for our next meeting is soon to be announced - please do join us if you can- we love to hear new ideas and suggestions!

If you would like to be added to our mailing list to hear the latest updates please email us on

holytrinitypfa@gmail.com

Easyfundraising -  As always if you are doing any online shopping, you can raise funds for the PFA at no extra cost to yourself.  Do so via our easyfundraising page - search "Holy Trinity School PFA Great Cheverell" on easyfundraising.org.uk and sign up.

Many thanks!

Your PFA

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Newsletter 15 - 11th January 2019

Dear Parents

A very happy new year to all our families!

Christmas Thanks All our teachers, support staff, admin staff and I thank you very much for the gifts and, more especially, for the lovely cards and comments you sent us at Christmas. These are very much appreciated.

Parent-Teacher Meetings Please note that we have had to change one of the dates for the Parent – Teacher meetings in March. These meetings will now be held on Monday 11th March and Wednesday 13th March. As usual, you will be offered the opportunity to make an appointment online closer to the time.

Tesco website Our Tesco uniform embroidery service, from which you can purchase your child’s school uniform, was not functional over Christmas for some reason, and one of our parents received the following message from Tesco after placing an order.

 I would like to inform you that the Tesco School Uniform Embroidery Service will close on            12 February 2019.

 

I’m pleased to share with you, however, that our current supplier has set up an alternative service: My Clothing. They’ll offer great value as well as support for schools through their donation scheme. We’re working closely with My Clothing to make sure it’s a simple transition for schools and parents. If you’ve already placed your order with Tesco this will still be fulfilled.

Governors  We are delighted to welcome two new governors onto our Board of Governors. Mrs Stephanie Cadwgan, who was appointed by the Members as a Foundation Governor, and Mrs Kathy Smart, elected by the parents of the school. We are very fortunate in having a highly skilled, engaged and committed Board of Governors. Our external advisor recently wrote this:  I was incredibly impressed by the depth of the governors’ strategic knowledge of the school and by the skilful way in which they combined challenge, support and care.  I wish that I could bottle their skills and take them around with me!

The role of Governors is to

  • Oversee the financial performance of the school and make sure its money is well spent
  • Hold the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils
  • Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction

Management of the school is delegated to the Headteacher.

Cooking lessons We are very fortunate to be able to offer all our children short courses in cookery. This is not a formal part of the National Curriculum but is one of the extras we are delighted to provide for our children. The sequences of lessons are prepared and delivered by Mrs Ann Heath with great outcomes – the children prepare delicious food and learn skills not just in cookery but in nutrition, physiology, hygiene and healthy eating. We are grateful to the “Soap Box Derby” for donating funds towards a new cooker.

Hockey Tournament  Mrs Goddard is taking a team of hockey players to participate in a tournament with other local schools on Thursday 17th January. The children will be taken to Lavington School for this event. We wish them well and thank Mrs Goddard for organising this for us.

Facebook and our Website If you are interested in seeing photos of some of the things that take place in school, or if you would like more information on policies, staffing, governors, the school calendar, or many other aspects of our school, do visit the webpage at http://holy-trinity.co.uk/ . If you follow Facebook, you might wish to “like” our Facebook page so that you can receive the photos and other notifications which are sent out quite regularly. We never publish photos in which children might be identifiable, but you will be able to see many of the great things that happen here.

Primary School Applications Please remember to apply for a primary school place for your child if they will turn 5 between September 2019 and August 2020 (if their birthdate is between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015). You application must be with the Local Authority by 15th January 2019. We are likely to be oversubscribed so don’t miss this deadline if you want a place here at Holy Trinity. Even if you live locally, if you have not put in an application, you will have be considered under Late Admissions and then might not get a place here. You may register at https://admissions.wiltshire.gov.uk/prefs.php

Flu Vaccination catch up clinics in January – if your child missed the vaccinations in school, they may attend one of the following clinics but it is essential to book and NOT just turn up. To book please contact 0333 234 1125.

Tuesday 15th January 14.15-15.45 Trowbridge (Derby Court)

Wednesday 23rd January 14.15-16.15 Devizes (Community Hospital)

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Thursday 31st January Classical Music Concert in Southampton – please bring a packed lunch Normal school hours
Friday 15th February Last day of term
Monday 25th February Everyone back to school
Monday 11th March Parent teacher meetings 5.30pm – 8.00pm
Wednesday 13th March Parent teacher meetings 3.10pm – 6.00pm
Friday 5th April Last day of term
Monday 8th – Friday 12th April Holiday Club, Superstars
Tuesday 23rd April Everyone back to school
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

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

Happy New Year!

A big THANK YOU to all who helped with and supported the PFA's Christmas events - it was fantastic to see the excitement and joy on the children's faces at this magical time of year!

Next PFA meeting - There will be a meeting later in January to discuss our calendar of events for the next few weeks - date TBC.

Easyfundraising -  As always if you are doing any online shopping, you can raise funds for the PFA at no extra cost to yourself.  Do so via our easyfundraising page - search "Holy Trinity School PFA Great Cheverell" on easyfundraising.org.uk and sign up.

Many thanks!

Your PFA

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Newsletter 14 - 21st December

Dear Parents

We wish all our families and the wider community a very blessed Christmas and a happy new year!

We shall see you all back at school on Monday 7th January, refreshed and ready for an exciting Spring term.

Christmas Performances We are so proud of our extraordinary children who gave us such wonderful performances in their Christmas plays! Their confidence and enjoyment, coupled with undoubted talent, made for great entertainment. We are very grateful to our staff who worked very hard to ensure that the productions were so successful and to you, our parents, for supporting us so strongly as you always do. The collection at the door raised £525 this year! What an achievement! Half of this will go to a charity/charities that the children will select in the New Year, and the other half will go towards improving and maintaining our art and drama provision. Thank you very much for your generosity.

Thanks to PFA Our thanks to our amazing PFA and our parents who provided a really wonderful Christmas party for the children – the hall was beautifully decorated and arranged and the food and drink was delicious. Thanks also for the refreshments provided by the PFA through the Christmas performances. We are very grateful to Lisa Downing and her team for their outstanding contribution to our school – their work really enriches our children’s experience.

Church service Thank you to Rev Andrew Sinclair and Steve Dewar who helped lead our Christmas service in the church. And thanks also to our children who told the story of Christmas and sang beautifully, and to the parents and grandparents who supported us at the service. It was a lovely, peaceful moment to pause in our busy day to reflect on some of the important aspects of this festive season.

Thanks to Dauntsey’s We would like to thank Dauntsey’s school for all their outreach, which helps to enrich our children’s experience. They always lend us stage lighting for our Christmas plays, their sports coaches support our PE provision and provide opportunities for interschool tournaments, and our Year 6 children have the chance to use the equipment in their Design Technology labs in the summer term.

Library Books We make a plea that you check your child’s book shelf over the holiday and return any books that belong in school (they will have a school stamp inside the front cover). We have lost entire series of the most popular books and would love to have them returned. No one will judge you if you bring armfuls of books back! How wonderful that your child wished to read to so much! However, we would be grateful to have them returned.

Swimming Sarum class There will be no swimming for Sarum class on Thursday 24th January as we have other exciting things happening on that afternoon – we will make up that session on Thursday 23rd May.

Lost Property We shall recycle the lost property over the Christmas holidays. So if you are missing anything that belongs to your child, please come in and go through the Lost Property basket before the holidays. The basket is full!

Primary School Applications Please remember to apply for a primary school place for your child if they will turn 5 between September 2019 and August 2020. You application must be with the Local Authority by 15th January 2019. We are likely to be oversubscribed so don’t miss this deadline if you want a place here at Holy Trinity. Even if you live locally, if you have not put in an application, you will have be considered under Late Admissions and then would be very unlikely to get a place here.

Coin Batteries Please remember that these are terribly dangerous for children who put them in their mouths or swallow them. Please make sure that no child has access to any coin battery – they can kill a child within hours of being swallowed.

Christingle Service Please join us for our Christingle Service at St Peters Church, Great Cheverell on Sunday 23rd December at 4pm.

All are welcome!

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Friday 21st December Last day of term – Christmas dinner day
Monday 7th January Children back to school
Thursday 31st January Classical Music Concert with Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in Southampton – please bring a packed lunch Normal school hours
Friday 15th February Last day of term
Monday 25th February Everyone back to school
Wednesday 13th March Parent teacher meetings 3.10pm – 6.00pm
Thursday 14th March Parent teacher meetings 5.30pm – 8.00pm

 

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

TEXTILE RECYCLING - MONDAY 7TH JANUARY

A Thank you & a problem with clothing/textiles getting wet.

We would like to thank everyone who gives us their recycling - this is a great little earner for the PFA and we are most grateful for this.

Our fantastic "Recycling Fairy" would like us to remind you that all textile recycling must be left in a SEALED PLASTIC BIN BAGS and if left in the blue lidded bins, please ensure that the lid closes properly.

If any of the textiles get wet this poses a problem since the recycling centre will not accept wet textiles.

As usual we will be collecting textiles such as clothing, shoes, bags, curtains, bedding but not cushions or duvets for recycling on the first Monday back. Please leave any bags of recycling in the covered area between the Art centre and school reception on the morning of Monday 7th January - thank you!

WE WISH YOU ALL A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Many thanks!

Your PFA

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Newsletter 13 - 14th December 2018

Dear Parents

No Sharing Assembly Please note that there is NO Sharing Assembly on Friday 21st December as the children will be having fun watching the Science Boffin’s experiments as part of their Christmas entertainment and education in the afternoon. School finishes at the usual time.

Christmas Performances Please note that EVERY person must have their own ticket if they are watching the shows, even if they are a pupil here, a younger child or a baby. We have to adhere strictly to fire regulations and we cannot allow young children into the hall if they do not have their own ticket, otherwise we will be in breach of our fire risk assessment.

Please also note that there will be NO crèche this year between the performances, so parents will have to make arrangements to pick up and drop off their children if they have children in both performances. We do encourage you to consider lift sharing since there is so little parking available and these evenings are very busy and crowded. We have a few tickets for the KS1 performance on Wednesday evening available. If you would like one or two, please contact the office. There are no other tickets for any other performance available.

Times to drop off and pick up for evening Christmas Performances:

KS1 children: Drop off at 4.40pm at the back door of the classrooms. Pick up at 6.00pm at back door of classrooms.

KS2 children: Drop off at 5.50pm, to come in through back doors of their classrooms quietly as the other performance will still be in progress. Pick up at 7.10pm at the double doors from the hall into the playground.

Our Wonderful School Our school has come top in Wiltshire for the percentage of children achieving the expected standard in all of reading, writing and maths - this is one of the most important measures used by Ofsted to judge school effectiveness. This outcome also puts our school in the top 2% of the country (one of the top 300 out of over 20,000 primary schools). The percentage of children achieving at the higher standard puts us in the top 4% of the country and we are in the top percentiles for most of the other measures as well.

We always emphasise that, whilst we are delighted with these great academic outcomes, we are just as proud of all other aspects of our children’s success. We are proud of how kind they are to each other, how sensitively they respond to those in need; we are proud of their outcomes in sport, art, music, philosophy, social skills and the humanities; and we are proud of their spiritual development. Our children are outstanding young people in all aspects of their development.

Bed time story and hot chocolate  Thank you to Miss Nisbeck and Mrs Trusler who hosted this lovely evening last Friday. It was great fun. The children were as wonderful as ever.

Christmas events Our children will have a Christmas service at St Peters in Great Cheverell on Thursday 20th December at about 9.30am – everyone is welcome to join us for this lovely event, with singing, storytelling and quiet time for reflection. After that, we will have our Christmas party, with food provided by the PFA (and our generous families), and noisy party games organised by Mr Amor and Mr Gyllenspetz. Children are allowed to wear their party clothes on this day, providing they are warm and they have sensible shoes, as there is the walk to the church in the morning. Children will not need a lunch on this day as it will be provided for them.

On the last day of term, we will have a quiet meditation with candles in the morning and then we will have our Lataca Christmas dinner – most children have this dinner, but if your child prefers a packed lunch, please feel free to send this in. Then after that we have the Science Boffins in for an afternoon of education and entertainment before the holidays begin. A reminder that also on the last day of term, at 9.00am, we will be holding a special assembly to say good bye to our cleaners who have worked for so many years, so faithfully, and are now retiring. Please come along to this if you are able.

Gardening Club Our amazing Gardening Club has been awarded the Level 2 School Gardening Awards from the Royal Horticultural Society! This is a huge tribute to Liz Read and her team of volunteers, and to the children who work so hard in Gardening club. Congratulations to all of you!

Liz Read will be retiring from Gardening Club in the new academic year and we are desperate to keep the club running. It is a tremendous asset to the school and so much outstanding learning is done, not just by the Gardening Clubbers but by the whole school through their work. If you are interested in gardening and would like to be part of a team helping to run this club, please come and let us know. Liz will help with handover. There is a small budget and lots of support for Gardening Club activities.

“Smart” Toys for Christmas Some parents might be considering buying toys for their children which have some connectivity to the internet – toys such as Furby Connect, I-Que Intelligent Robot, Cloud Pets, Toy-Fi Teddy, WowWee Chip. There are warnings being issued that these sorts of toys can be “Hacked” and children can receive messages “from their pets” which have been sent by complete strangers hacking into the toys, some of the toys could be hacked to photograph children or to defraud you. We need to keep our children safe and toys like this can pose a real risk to children and their families.  You can read more on Which? at https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/smart-toys/article/smart-toys-should-you-buy-them

Superstars Holiday Club Our holiday club providers are offering Holiday Clubs in the following weeks: Monday 8th April – Friday 12th April, Monday 29th July – Friday 2nd August and Monday 12th August – Friday 16th August. Website: http://www.super-stars.org.uk/ .

Lost Property We shall recycle the lost property over the Christmas holidays. So if you are missing anything that belongs to your child, please come in and go through the Lost Property basket before the holidays. The basket is full!

Saturday 15th December - Children's Workshop at Erlestoke Church, 10am till noon. Come and make take part in some festive activities, a short Christingle service will be held at the end of the workshop. Items made will go on display for the Carol Service on Sunday 16th December at 6.30. All ages welcome but under 5's must be accompanied by an adult. Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Monday 17th December Christmas Plays – daytime performances 10.00am KS1

1.30pm  KS2

Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th December Christmas Plays – evening performances 5.00pm KS1

6.15pm KS2

Thursday 20th December Christmas service in Gt Cheverell  Church and Christmas party Service: 9.30am – all welcome
Friday 21st December Last day of term – Christmas dinner day
Monday 7th January Children back to school

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

CHRISTMAS PARTY- Thursday 20th December - Please keep an eye out for food lists going up outside classrooms and sign up to make food contributions. Plates have been sent home with your child today.

The PFA will be preparing the hall in the morning ready for when the children return from church, and there will be a visit from Father Christmas in the afternoon with a gift for every child!

Easyfundraising Please remember when doing Christmas shopping to do so via our easyfundraising page - search "Holy Trinity School PFA Great Cheverell" on easyfindraising.org.uk and sign up. Every time you click through our easyfundraising page to shop, the retailer will give the PFA a donation (at no extra cost to you!). This is potentially a very valuable source of fundraising for the PFA.

Many thanks,

Your PFA.

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Newsletter 12 - 7th December 2018

Dear Parents

Christmas Performances Please note that EVERY person must have their own ticket if they are watching the shows, even if they are a pupil here, a younger child or a baby. We have to adhere strictly to fire regulations and we cannot allow young children into the hall if they do not have their own ticket, otherwise we will be in breach of our fire risk assessment.

Please also note that there will be NO crèche this year between the performances, so parents will have to make arrangements to pick up and drop off their children if they have children in both performances. We do encourage you to consider lift sharing since there is so little parking available and these evenings are very busy and crowded.

Times to drop off and pick up for evening Christmas Performances:

KS1 children: Drop off at 4.40pm at the back door of the classrooms. Pick up at 6.00pm at back door of classrooms.

KS2 children: Drop off at 5.50pm, to come in through back doors of their classrooms quietly as the other performance will still be in progress. Pick up at 7.10pm at the double doors in the hall.

Bed time story Children in Stonehenge class are invited to come back to school this evening at 5.00pm in their pyjamas for a bedtime story, hot chocolate and marshmallows. This is always great fun. Please be prompt picking up at the back door at 6.00pm as the children (and the staff!) will be tired.

Pantomime Thank you very much to the PFA who raised the money to take all our children to pantomime in Salisbury. What a good time we had there! It was very professional, glamorous and participative and the children had fun. As ever, our children behaved beautifully and it was a pleasure to take them out.

New Balance Trail And another thank you to the PFA for purchasing the new balance trail that was installed on our field this week. It has been very muddy and boggy up there so the children have not been able to access it as much as we would have liked – but once the ground has recovered from the installation damage and the weather dries out a little, they will be able to enjoy the trail and work on their balancing skills.

Hockey team We are very proud of our hockey teams who won the recent interschool hockey tournament held at Dauntsey’s school last Saturday. It is a great moment for our children to be able to hold up the trophy as the best hockey players in the area! Well done to all. Our thanks to Mr Amor who gives up his Saturday mornings to organise and accompany the children to these tournaments.

School Bus The school transport department at the Local Authority have offered our children the chance to take part in training on getting on and off the bus safely and doing up their seat belts efficiently. We will have this training for bus children on Monday 10th December.

Christmas events As well as the Christmas plays, our children will also have a Christmas service at St Peters in Great Cheverell on Thursday 20th December at about 9.30am – everyone is welcome to join us for this lovely event, with singing, storytelling and quiet time for reflection. After that, we will have our Christmas party, with food provided by the PFA (and our generous families), and noisy party games organised by Mr Amor and Mr Gyllenspetz. Children are allowed to wear their party clothes on this day, providing they are warm and they have sensible shoes, as there is the walk to the church in the morning. On the last day of term, we will have a quiet meditation with candles in the morning and then we will have our Lataca Christmas dinner – most children have this dinner, but if your child prefers a packed lunch, please feel free to send this in. Then after that we have the Science Boffins in for an afternoon of entertainment before the holidays begin. A reminder that also on the last day of term, at 9.00am, we will be holding a special assembly to say good bye to our cleaners who have worked for so many years, so faithfully, and are now retiring. Please come along to this if you are able.

Straps on book bags We are having too many accidents involving children tripping over or getting their feet caught in the straps on book bags. We are therefore asking all parents to remove the straps from the book bags, and let the children carry them by the hand hold instead. We should only have the very thin, portfolio type book bag in school as storage space here is a real issue. No rucksacks or back pack type bags, no larger portfolio type bags should be coming into school.  They present health and safety issues for us.

Primary School places Children who will turn five years old between 1st September 2019 and 31st August 2020 will start school in September 2019. You need to apply for a place by 15th January 2019. Please register at https://admissions.wiltshire.gov.uk/prefs.php

Film Great Cheverell Pavilion Club are showing Paddington 2 (cert PG) on Saturday December 8th @ 2.30pm. Doors open 2.10pm free admission but please get a ticket from Cheverell stores from 1st December onwards.

Edington Children’s Christmas Party  Saturday 8th December in Edington Parish Hall. Doors open at 3.15pm and Mr Bert’s show begins at 3.30pm. Entry is free, but please bring a food/drink contribution for the buffet.

Upcoming Events (Calendar of events is available on the website at www. holy-trinity.co.uk)
Friday 7th December Bedtime story, hot chocolate and marshmallows for children in Stonehenge class 5.00pm – 6.00pm
Thursday 13th December Flu Vaccine offered to all from FS to Year 5 12.30pm onwards
Monday 17th December Christmas Plays – daytime performances 10.00am KS1

1.30pm  KS2

Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th December Christmas Plays – evening performances 5.00pm KS1

6.15pm KS2

Thursday 20th December Christmas service in Gt Cheverell  Church and Christmas party Service: 9.30am – all welcome
Friday 21st December Last day of term – Christmas dinner day
Monday 7th January Children back to school

 

Best wishes

Mercedes Henning

PFA News

CHRISTMAS FAYRE TODAY in The Pavilion!! 3:00 - 4:30 - See you there!!

CHRISTMAS PARTY! - As usual we will be asking for food donations for the children's Christmas party (20th December). Please keep an eye out for food lists going up outside classrooms at the end of next week.

Easyfundraising - Don’t forget when doing Christmas shopping to do so via our easyfundraising page - search "Holy Trinity School PFA Great Cheverell" on easyfindraising.org.uk and sign up. Every time you click through our easyfundraising page to shop, the retailer will give the PFA a donation (at no extra cost to you!) - a great Christmas gift to the PFA!

Many thanks,

Your PFA

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