Thank you all for everything you have been doing to support your children’s learning at home. The school is now closed for Easter break and staff will be on holiday. They will back in touch with you via Class Dojos and on the phone from Monday 20th April when the term starts. Please don’t get in touch with them until then.
We expect to be closed for a few weeks after Easter but your child’s teacher will provide a structured routine of home learning. I will give updates as soon as I have them on when we can expect to open again.
I hope you all manage to keep safe during this very difficult period. In case these are helpful for you and your family, here are some:
Prayers and Resources to Use at Home During Covid-19 Pandemic:
• Coronavirus prayer resources for children from the Church of England
• Forgiveness Prayer Activity
• Gratitude Prayer Activity
• Heartsmart Family
• Light In Our Darkness Prayer Activity
• Love One Another Prayer Activity
• New Life Prayer Activity
• Others First Prayer Activity
• Remembering Those In Need Prayer Activity
• Thank You Wall Prayer Activity
https://www.isingpop.org/ have made many of their songs available on their YouTube channel, great for engaging children at home
I am looking forward to the time when we are all back together again as a school community.
Another great World Book Day. Our theme was heroes and leaders and as well as the popular characters we had some original ideas…
Year 4 Assembly
The Year 4 assembly on kindness was a great message to hear last Friday.
The class spoke so emotively about how to be kind and how kindness feels – Great singing too !
We will keep you updated on our response to the Coronavirus. Advice has not changed – encourage hand washing! Please see the link in the Parent Zone of the website for updates. We will text to alert you to updates.
The Royal Albert Hall Choir concert is still planned to go ahead.
Have a great weekend.
We hope you have a restful half term break.
Well done to Year 6 who performed a great assembly last week on Macbeth. They also shared an account of their trip to The Globe.
Internet Safety Talk:
We hope you found the session helpful.
Here are the links to the information shared that afternoon. 7-11 scenarios and Digital Parenting Workshop KS2
Amazing Design and Technology in Year 6:
Each class has a gallery on our website where you can see the art and DT work.
Here is a taster of some Year 6 work:
Tuesday was an unusual day at school due to 25 Barclays Volunteers. As part of their corporate responsibility to the community, Barclays employees spends a day each year completing work for a good cause. They have done a great job of painting the hall, stairwells, planting beds and benches.
Due to all the volunteers being in school, some classes went on trips:
Year 6 have been reading Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
They visited the Globe Theatre to learn more.
Year 5 have been learning about Ancient Greece – They visited the British Museum.
Year 2 have been learning about the history of communication. They visited the Postal museum.
Reception Class have been learning about Chinese New Year.
Class Assembly – Year 2
Well done Year 2 for your brilliant assembly last Friday all about Owls.
School Hours and Attendance:
Please ensure your children are in school on time. We will close the gate at 9 am and any child will be registered late after that. Teachers are in class from 8.45 and we do strongly encourage you to try to get your children to school for 8.45.
We do offer breakfast club from 8am which is staffed by our own team at Holy Trinity.
Attendance letters will go home to you next week. This letter will explain attendance expectation.
******Term Dates 2020 / 2021 are now available on this site*********
Thank you to all parents who attended our Parent Council Meeting this morning about Mental Health.
We discussed what we do in school already for children’s well-being and shared ideas on next steps.
The display board in the playground will show information on fundraising:
- The amount of money raised
- Different ways we can raise money
- Future fundraising
- How the money is spent
Events for parents next week:
Keeping your child safe on the internet: School Hall
Tuesday 11th February at 3.00 – Reception / Year 1/ Year 2 parents
Tuesday 11th February at 3.30 – Years 3/4/5/6 parents and children
Year 2 SATs: School Hall
Wednesday 12th February at 3.00 – Year 2 parents SAT meeting
Have a great weekend,
We are now in full swing of 2020 and children have settled back into school life.
A few dates for your diary:
Open Classroom: Week of 3rd February
Posters will be up next week for you to sign up:
This is an opportunity for you to come into school and see what is happening in your child’s Class.
Class Assembly is always on a Friday at 2.45 p.m. in the hall.
Year 2: 31st January
Year 6: 7th February
Year 1: 14th February
Year 4: 28th February
Year 5: 13th March
Year 3: 20th March
Mother Day Assembly: Friday 20th March 9.15 a.m. in the School Hall
Parents of: Reception, Year 1 and Year 2
Workshops For Parents:
Wednesday 5th February: Year 4 Parents: Times Tables Test information, 2.45 p.m. in the School Hall
Friday 7th February: Parent Council Meeting, 9 a.m. in the School Hall
Tuesday 11th February: Keeping your child safe on the Internet, in the School Hall
Reception / Year 1 and Year 2 Parents: 3 p.m.
Year 3 / 4/ 5 / 6 Parents and children: at 3.30 p.m.
Wednesday 12th February: Year 2 Parents: SATS meeting 3 p.m. in the School Hall
Have a great weekend.
Dear Parents and Carers,
It has been a great Autumn term with much to celebrate.
Staff and children have worked hard to create a wonderful balance of learning through a rich curriculum with classes going on trips, taking part in national projects, performing to parents and of course maintaining high standards in core subjects such as reading, Maths and writing.
We continue to share our excellent work in RE, showcasing your children’s work to other schools.
I hope this blog reflects some of the wonderful work and events of this term.
Have a great Christmas break.
Many Thanks, Laura Hall
Mr Miller who teaches music and Mr Pallas who teaches Computing started in September and have had a huge impact on children’s learning. I hope your children report that they are enjoying these specialist lessons.
Ms Roscoe returned to school following her maternity leave a couple of weeks ago. She is teaching Reception Class alongside Mrs Dean. This is a change to Ms Hammond who is off sick at the moment. This partnership will continue in Reception for the rest of the year. Mr Sammy will also be staying with us as a Teaching Assistant in Reception class.
Mr Edwards was covering Ms Roscoe’s maternity leave. As she has returned Mr Edwards will be leaving us this week. Ms Styllis will be increasing her days to teach Year 5.
Year 5 Carol Concert:
Year 2 Nativity:
Art in school:
Year 5 Local Area Project
Year 3 (current Y4 children) Steve McQueen Project:
Reception Class at the Wallace Collection:
Dear Parents and Carers
Congratulations to Year 1 and 2 for their fantastic Nativity, full of confident acting, speaking, singing and dancing. It was great to see so many of you at the different performances.
We look forward to seeing Year 5 parents on Monday at 4 pm and Reception parents on Wednesday at 9.30 or 3 p.m. for their children’s Christmas performances.
Have a lovely weekend. If you get a chance, take a look at our Pupil Newsletter which has been produced by Press Club
This half term has flown by with lots to celebrate and enjoy.
Reception Class has settled so well and celebrated the end of their first half term with a trip to the Unicorn Theatre. Despite chaos on the Jubilee Line the class along with many parent volunteers enjoyed a showing of:
Year 5 and 6 went on a trip to ‘YFYA – Your Future, Your Ambitions’ careers conference at the Emirates Stadium. They heard from different companies and organisations about career paths and opportunities. Some children tried their hands at being a weather forecaster..
We have been updating information on our Curriculum.
You can find out about the curriculum your child follows here.
We have developed three whole school themes a year which connect the curriculum to our school vision. This approach links topics and texts which are being taught across different year groups in the school, providing an integrated, thematic approach to the curriculum content.
Autumn – Flight, Journeys and Exploration: ‘Aiming High’
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
Spring – Leadership and Heroism
Thomas Coram (Y1) Emmeline Pankhurst (Year 2) Narnia (Year 4)
Beowulf (Year 4) Greek Heroes (Year 5) Macbeth (Year 6)
Summer – Creative Thinking
Fantasy Worlds (Year 1) Roald Dahl (Year 2) Krinklekrax (Year 3)
House of Wisdom – Islamic History (Year 4) Shakespeare (Year 5)
We are firm believers in connecting curriculum subjects within year groups too in order to make the learning experience rich, relevant and memorable.
Have a great half term.