• HTSC Bingo Night - Saturday 7 October - Tickets on sale now!

Infant 24/4/15

24 April 2015

Dear Parents,

Child development is so interesting and I am sure you enjoy watching your children grow and particularly note the difference between each one. I am now enjoying it for the second time around with my grandchildren. My daughter Johanna’s daughters are just so different both physically and mentally; Isla (4) is petite, precise, organised, likes plans and all things pink, Lois (2) is large framed, random, takes life as it comes and copies everything Isla does. Rather surprisingly they both share their father’s love of maths. It’s a great reminder that we are all unique and equally treasured and loved by God.

At HTPD we have 564 children and almost 100 staff and it is our duty and joy to care for and nurture each other. The staff take this responsibility very seriously seeking to really get to know the children in their direct care and meeting their needs. Children must be treated and educated as individuals if they are to succeed and thrive. They learn in different ways, make progress at different rates and have different attitudes to success and failure. It is hard to achieve this at times in a culture which seeks for everyone to achieve the same things and works on a tick box, target driven mentality.

Perhaps when you’re deciding who to vote for at this election you might like to consider the parties attitudes to education. Let’s see if any of them talk about the needs of the individual and have any real understanding of how children learn and develop. In the meantime we will continue to personalise learning wherever we can and continue to remind each individual how precious they are.

With best wishes, Richard


INSET Day: Please note that there will be an additional half day INSET for all staff on Friday 19 June. Pewley Down will close at 1200 and Holy Trinity at 1215. There will be no clubs, Clubs+ or PUPS on this day.

Sports Hall Athletics: We've been so proud of our Reception and Year 1 teams who have been to the Spectrum to compete in a range of PE activities over the last couple of weeks. Both teams represented the school superbly and are to be congratulated on their determination and good sportsmanlike attitude.

Help at the Wild Place, this Saturday 25th:
Skipton Building Society are very kindly supporting us with a new project to help with maintenance at the Wild Place. This Saturday, 25 April some of their volunteers will be at the Wild Place from 1.00pm onwards spreading new woodchips. They would be very glad of some extra help from parents (especially if you could bring a wheelbarrow and a shovel).

Admission to Year R and Year 3
- September 2015: If you have not already done so, please could you accept or decline places that have been offered to your children starting in Year R or Year 3 in September 2015. The closing date is Thursday 30 April.

PUPS+ Half Term, 26-29 May

PUPS+ will run in May half term, provided we have sufficient interest. If you wish to send your child to PUPS+, please could you download the form from the website and return it to Sam Andrews at Pewley as soon as possible. In order to secure your booking, please note that we do need to have payment included with the booking form (or tick that you will pay by vouchers so that we can watch out for them). Although PUPS+ will officially run to 5 pm, we will be able to arrange a later collection if we are notified in advance so that we can arrange staffing, for an additional payment. Please could you register interest by 1st May as a decision will be made on the 6th May.

Recycle Challenge: This week Recycle Man has challenged Chestnut Class to use old books, magazines, comics or newspapers to create something useful or beautiful as part of our assembly series this term. Please bring in your creations on Thursday or Friday next week.
 

FOPS

Ice Lolly Sales - will start again from Friday 1 May, so remember to bring a small amount of change at pick-up on a Friday if you would like to buy one for your child.

FOPS Meeting - Wednesday 6 May
- The next FOPS meeting will be on Wednesday 6 May at 8pm in the staff room. All are welcome. We will be starting our planning for the Summer Fair so do come along if you are interested in getting involved.

HTPD Summer Ball – Saturday 6 June 7pm – 1am…..Tickets on sale Tuesday 28th April!

A reminder to all parents keen to join us for the HTPD Summer Glitter Ball on Saturday 6th June, to get your groups together, whether it is 2 or 10 of you, couples, girls or friends - everyone is welcome. Last year tickets sold out by 9.15 last year so ensure your team are organised & your cheques ready for Tuesday 28th April. Please follow this link to the Ticket order form for the HTPD Summer Glitter Ball to be printed off and completed (paper copies available in Reception @ HT @ Pewley).

Tickets will be allocated on a first come first serve basis on TUESDAY 28th APRIL from 8.30 am. There will be someone at Pewley & HT Receptions collecting your ticket order forms & cheques.

Please follow instructions and make sure all relevant details & monies are enclosed in an envelope for the tickets you require. Cash or cheques should be made payable to HTSC.

Don’t worry if you haven’t got a full table even if there is just 1,2,3 in your group, we will match you on tables of year group/like-minded people, so don’t let numbers put you off. It will be a fun evening and would be a shame to miss out. 

This year the Ball is being held at The Mandolay Hotel in Guildford, recently awarded a Michelin Star. The format for the evening will be, Welcome drinks, 3 Course Meal & Coffee, Auction/Fundraising, Raffle & of course plenty of Dancing! Tickets are priced at £50/head. 

Teacher-led clubs:
Forms confirming which teacher-led club your child will be attending this term are coming home in book bags today. Ukulele Club has proved extremely popular and will be divided into 2 groups of 5 weeks each. The first group will run from 28 April to 2 June and the second group from 9 June to 7 July.

HTPD Prayer Group: Our next meeting is on Friday 8th May at 9am at Emma Laporte's house. Contact emmalaporte@hotmail.com for details. All welcome!

Lost – please check to see whether these items have been taken home by mistake:
• Tilly Shenton has lost her new, blue, named school fleece.
• Beth Holloway's summer school dress - TU blue and white gingham dress aged 3yrs - missing since Ballet Club last week

Football Club: Please ensure that your child has shin pads in their football kit in order to be able to participate safely in the football club.

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Menu for week beginning Monday 27 April
Mon: Spaghetti with Bolognese or Margarita Sauce; Date Sponge with Custard
Tues: Chicken or Vegetable Paella; Semolina with Peach Sauce
Weds: Roast Pork or Leek & Pasta Bake, Roast Potatoes; Vanilla Ice Cream with Fresh Fruit
Thurs: Homemade Mixed Pepper Pizza; Apple Crumble with Custard
Fri: Fish Fingers & Chips or Vegetable Curry & Rice; Carrot Cake
Available daily: A selection of seasonal vegetables, salads and bread. Yoghurt, milk and fresh fruit.

Junior 24/4/15

24 April 2015

Dear Parents,

Child development is so interesting and I am sure you enjoy watching your children grow and particularly note the difference between each one. I am now enjoying it for the second time around with my grandchildren. My daughter Johanna’s daughters are just so different both physically and mentally; Isla (4) is petite, precise, organised, likes plans and all things pink, Lois (2) is large framed, random, takes life as it comes and copies everything Isla does. Rather surprisingly they both share their father’s love of maths. It’s a great reminder that we are all unique and equally treasured and loved by God.

At HTPD we have 564 children and almost 100 staff and it is our duty and joy to care for and nurture each other. The staff take this responsibility very seriously seeking to really get to know the children in their direct care and meeting their needs. Children must be treated and educated as individuals if they are to succeed and thrive. They learn in different ways, make progress at different rates and have different attitudes to success and failure. It is hard to achieve this at times in a culture which seeks for everyone to achieve the same things and works on a tick box, target driven mentality.

Perhaps when you’re deciding who to vote for at this election you might like to consider the parties attitudes to education. Let’s see if any of them talk about the needs of the individual and have any real understanding of how children learn and develop. In the meantime we will continue to personalise learning wherever we can and continue to remind each individual how precious they are.

With best wishes, Richard


Admissions for Sept '15 - Please could you accept or decline places that have been offered to your children starting in Reception of Year 3 in September 2015. The closing date is Thursday 30 April.

Year 6 Leavers Hoodies – please look out for the letter coming home today.

Lunch discount: The deadline for summer term lunch discount payments is next Thursday, 30 April. See the lunch price chart on the school website Payment page.

Payments for residential trips: The summer trips are just around the corner but quite a lot is still outstanding on payments – check how much you’ve paid on ParentPay. Thank you!
• The Year 5 Brenscombe trip is first up and the full £285 should have been paid by now.
• For the Year 6 Preston trip, of the total £348, £286 should have been paid by now and the final £62 is due by 25 May
• The total for the Year 4 Bentley Copse trip is £65 payable now.

Netball
Congratulations to the year 6 netball team who became High 5 County champions at the tournament in Chertsey this week. The teamwork and the support which they gave each other was outstanding. It was a very enjoyable and well deserved win.
Good luck to both year 5 and 6 teams playing in the Tormead Versatility Tournament tomorrow.

Airhop
Huge thanks to all of our year 6 parents for helping with lifts to Airhop for our Friday afternoon PE session. Each class is doing two weeks, so please do look out for the letters coming home if your child's class has not already participated.

Surrey Youth Games
Each year the Surrey Youth Games provides a fantastic opportunity for free coaching across a wide range of different sports. Most sessions have already started but do check the Active Surrey website for more details or check out Guildford.gov.uk/syg. They are still looking for new players for the girls cricket. Surrey Youth Games training is held at Sutherland Memorial Park on Fridays from 24th April to 19th June, 6-7.30pm (years 4, 5 and 6).

PUPS+ will be running in for May half term from 26 - 29 May, provided we have sufficient interest. If you wish to send your child to PUPS+, please could you download the form from the website and return it to Sam Andrews at Pewley as soon as possible. In order to secure your booking, please note that we do need to have payment included with the booking form (or tick that you will pay by vouchers so that we can watch out for them). Although PUPS+ will officially run to 5 pm, we will be able to arrange a later collection if we are notified in advance so that we can arrange staffing, for an additional payment. Please could you register interest by 1st May as a decision will be made on the 6th May.

HTPD Prayer Group - our next meeting is on Friday 8th May at 9am at Emma Laporte's house. Contact emmalaporte@hotmail.com for details. All welcome!

Thank you! For collecting Sainsbury’s vouchers! – We have been overwhelmed with your support, as always! The last day for sending the vouchers into school is Friday, 12th June. Please check purses and bags!
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Holy Trinity School Community (HTSC) PTA News


HTPD Summer Ball – Saturday 6 June 7pm – 1am…..Tickets on sale Tuesday 28th April!

A reminder to all parents keen to join us for the HTPD Summer Glitter Ball on Saturday 6th June, to get your groups together, whether it is 2 or 10 of you, couples, girls or friends - everyone is welcome. Last year tickets sold out by 9.15 last year so ensure your team are organised & your cheques ready for Tuesday 28th April. Please follow this link to the Ticket order form for the HTPD Summer Glitter Ball to be printed off and completed (paper copies available in Reception @ HT @ Pewley).

Tickets will be allocated on a first come first serve basis on TUESDAY 28th APRIL from 8.30 am. There will be someone at Pewley & HT Receptions collecting your ticket order forms & cheques.

Please follow instructions and make sure all relevant details & monies are enclosed in an envelope for the tickets you require. Cash or cheques should be made payable to HTSC.

Don’t worry if you haven’t got a full table even if there is just 1,2,3 in your group, we will match you on tables of year group/like-minded people, so don’t let numbers put you off. It will be a fun evening and would be a shame to miss out.

This year the Ball is being held at The Mandolay Hotel in Guildford, recently awarded a Michelin Star. The format for the evening will be, Welcome drinks, 3 Course Meal & Coffee, Auction/Fundraising, Raffle & of course plenty of Dancing! Tickets are priced at £50/head.

HT @ Home - extended
Thank you so much for all your enthusiasm for HT @ Home already! Many of us socialise with people we've met via this school, with the friends we make in the class room and at the school gate. In recognition of this, HTSC are encouraging us to arrange lots of socials (which we do anyway). The difference is that, under the HT @ Home umbrella, we can now turn these into mini HT fundraisers by asking guests to make a donation to school via the new online page.

Some lovely events are bubbling away in support of our efforts to raise £5,000 for an overhaul of student computers at HT. To reach our target, it would be wonderful to see more HT@Home events in the coming weeks and months. Please think about how you might be able to raise a little cash for this important venture - could you host a Pimms evening for your HT friends, or a dinner party, or a girl's pamper night? If you have any queries, or simply wish to chat through an idea, please contact nataliesavage@me.com.

Please keep checking our designated online fundraising page to see how our fundraising efforts are going against target. Our children might be interested to see the page too, for every penny raised will go to improving computers at school. https://mydonate.bt.com/events/htathome/208773

Dates for the Diary
Summer Fair planning meeting – Wednesday 6th May 9am HT staffroom
Thirsty Thursday – All year drinks night - Thursday 7th May at Rogues from 8pm
Summer Ball – Saturday 6th June
Summer Fair – Friday 12th June 6-8pm


Menu - Week 1

 

Infant 17/4/15

17 April 2015

Dear parents

I wonder what makes you really happy? It’s a new term and we have a new assembly series. This series is all about rubbish and recycling. So Mr Recycle Man ( a.k.a. Nick) will join us each Monday to discuss something which we can use again or use in new and exciting ways. This week we also started looking at the life of St. Paul and Bible book of Acts. Near the start of the book the disciples were filled with Holy Spirit and began spreading the happiness and good news about Jesus. So our main theme has been Light and flame and we too are seeking to share happiness and joy within our school family.
The Daily Mail published a list of the top 50 things which make you feel great. Here is a link to the article.

I wonder which of these particularly appeals to you - the smell of freshly made bread or rainbows, chocolate melting in your mouth or remembering something you had forgotten?

As I visit other Schools in Surrey from time to time, I am very quickly aware of the difference in happiness levels – it is immediately apparent from the welcome, to the children, to the care and respect which are shown. At HTPD we actively seek for children to be happy so that they can thrive and enjoy school. Enjoyment leads to children keen to come to school and to actively engage in their learning.

I do hope you have a very happy weekend.

With best wishes, Richard


Summer Term

Welcome back to the first week of the summer term with the spectacular sunshine. We have been making the most of the weather: Year 2 have been digging up dinosaur bones, Year 1 went on a visit to the castle gardens and Year R enjoyed our beautiful outdoor spaces and the Wild Place – a fantastic week of learning.

Warmer weather

Now that the weather has warmed up, please ensure that children have a named water bottle in school every day as well as a named hat. On sunny days please also apply sun cream before children come to school.

Recycle Challenge
In assembly today Recycle Man issued a challenge to Walnut Class to build something useful or fun using egg boxes and bring it to school on Thursday or Friday next week. We will show the best ones in assembly on Friday. Different classes will take part each week using different materials.

Teacher-led clubs
Letters about teacher-led clubs will come out in book bags today and need to be returned by next Wednesday 22 April. Clubs themselves will start in the week beginning Monday 27 April.

New after-school clubs
• We have had an offer of a Year 2 Rounders Club being run between 4 and 5pm on Wednesday afternoons. This would be free and run by a volunteer parent who is a sports teacher at another school. We need to know whether we have enough interest to make it viable to run, so please email Julia Brown (juliab@pewleydown.surrey.sch.uk) if your child is interested in joining. Please note that there are no additional spaces in PUPs on a Wednesday.
• Additionally, Premier Tennis have offered to run Girls-only Tennis for Years 1 and 2, 3-4pm on Thursdays at their usual rates. Again, if you are interested please let Julia Brown know by email as above.

Lost Property
We have accumulated quite a lot of lost property which will be on display in the front playground before and after school on Monday and Tuesday next week. Please have a look and claim any items which you have lost; the remainder will then be sent to Phil the Bag.
 

FOPS

Phil the Bag Collection - Wednesday 22 April 2015
We are holding a Phil the Bag collection at both the Pewley and HT sites on Wednesday 22 April 2015. If you have any unwanted clothes, shoes, bags, belts, bed linen, towels in wearable condition please donate them to raise money for the school. We receive 40p for every kilo collected. The clothes and textiles are mostly shipped to African countries where they are sold on at affordable prices. Please bring your bags to the grassy area next to the staff car park between 8am and 9.15am on Wednesday 22 April. Unfortunately we do not have anywhere to store bags which aren’t collected so please do not leave bags after this time. If it is more convenient, you can also drop your bags in the Atrium at HT anytime from this Friday until 9.15am on Wednesday 22 April. Thank you. We will let you know how much we raise.

Summer Glitter Ball - Saturday 6 June 2015

A reminder to all parents keen to join us for this year’s HTPD Summer Glitter Ball on Saturday 6 June, to get your groups together, whether it is 2 or 10 of you, couples, girls or friends - everyone is welcome.

As a reminder tickets sold out by 9.15 last year so ensure your team are organised & your cheques ready for w/c 27th April. Details of where and how together with the relevant forms to complete will be on the website shortly. Keep your eyes peeled for more details........


Lost
Stefan Lawson-Foia, Oak Class, has lost his blue, named GAP fleece.

Cake Tins

Please come and collect any cake tins left behind after the ‘bake and stroll’.

A Concert for Rowan, 23 May 2015, 7.30pm, Guildford Cathedral:
Join over 300 musicians for an extraordinary fund-raising concert for the Rainbow Trust. Singers from Guildford, Salisbury and London will be joined by local children’s choirs and Guildford’s professional orchestra – Southern Pro Musica – for an evening of wonderful music. Tickets £16, £22 and £28 available from www.vivacechorus.org. The Rainbow Trust provides emotional and practical support to families who have a seriously ill child.

After school help/babysitter
required by HT/Pewley family with 3 children (aged 12, 9 and 4). This would mainly involve being an extra pair of hands to help with picking up from school/clubs, helping with homework, playing with children, helping to tidy up etc, a couple of afternoons a week and occasional babysitting in the evening. If you know anyone who may be interested, or have any questions, please contact Sarah on kingstonbells@gmail.com or 07811 135903.

Free to a good home

White Ikea girls’ Minnen toddler bed (metal frame) and mattress. Please contact Cat on 07817 085366.

Menu for week beginning Monday 20 April
Mon: Yum Yum Chicken & Rice Pilaf or Sweet Potato & Bean Pitta; Pear and Oaty Crumble
Tues: Sausage or Quorn Sausage Volcano, Mashed Potato; Jam Tart & Custard
Weds: Steamed Gammon or Cauliflower & Leek Bake, Roast Potatoes; Jelly & Fresh Fruit
Thurs: Salmon Crumble Bake or Lentil & Tomato Stew, Pasta; Iced Orange Sponge
Fri: Fish Fingers or Vegetable Lasagne, Chips; Apricot Flapjack
Available daily: A selection of seasonal vegetables, salads and bread. Yoghurt, milk and fresh fruit
 

Junior 17/4/2015

17 April 2015

Dear parents

I wonder what makes you really happy? It’s a new term and we have a new assembly series. This series is all about rubbish and recycling. So Mr Recycle Man ( a.k.a. Nick) will join us each Monday to discuss something which we can use again or use in new and exciting ways. This week we also started looking at the life of St. Paul and Bible book of Acts. Near the start of the book the disciples were filled with Holy Spirit and began spreading the happiness and good news about Jesus. So our main theme has been Light and flame and we too are seeking to share happiness and joy within our school family.
The Daily Mail published a list of the top 50 things which make you feel great. Here is a link to the article.

I wonder which of these particularly appeals to you - the smell of freshly made bread or rainbows, chocolate melting in your mouth or remembering something you had forgotten?

As I visit other Schools in Surrey from time to time, I am very quickly aware of the difference in happiness levels – it is immediately apparent from the welcome, to the children, to the care and respect which are shown. At HTPD we actively seek for children to be happy so that they can thrive and enjoy school. Enjoyment leads to children keen to come to school and to actively engage in their learning.

I do hope you have a very happy weekend.

With best wishes, Richard


LSB University Study

Your child will be bringing home an information letter and permission form relating to a PhD study being conducted by Genevieve Waterhouse. Richard fully endorses this study and would appreciate your support for Genevieve.

INSET Day
Please make a note for your diaries that there will be an additional half day INSET for all staff on Friday 19 June. Pewley Down will close at 1200 and Holy Trinity at 1215. There will be no clubs, Clubs+ or PUPS on this day.

Richard’s Retirement - Save the Date
Wednesday 15 July – picnic lunch on the Downs for all current pupils and parents
Friday 17 July – party at Holy Trinity School – 7pm to 9pm

Traffic in Cline Road
We would like to remind all members of our school community that, to ensure the safety of our children and the continuing goodwill of our neighbours, it is essential that drivers do not park on the double yellow lines before the school gates nor park in the turning area. We would also request in line with ethos of our school that drivers extend courtesy and patience towards other road users at the busy drop-off and pick-up times.

Lunch discount
Don’t forget to avail yourselves again (or for the first time perhaps) of the termly discounts for school lunches. If you pay for the full summer term by 30 April, the discount price is £2.35 per meal, not the full £2.40. The termly amount payable differs slightly by year group to take account of days out, so consult the lunch price chart on the school website Payment page. After 30 April, we uprate discount payments to the full meal price on ParentPay. Lunch credits are only used when meals are actually taken, so you really can’t lose. Leavers will have any credit refunded. Thanks, Lesley.

Tag Rugby

We had a fantastic afternoon up at the SSP on Wednesday afternoon for the County Tag Rugby Final. It was a great competition, hotly contested by 26 teams from across Surrey and the standard of play was really good throughout. After winning their group in four tight matches, the Holy Trinity team went through to the semi-finals, which they won. In a nail biting final with end-to-end play the score went to the other team 4-3 and our team came away with lovely silver medals. Well done to all of the boys and girls involved.

Lacrosse
Having introduced lacrosse as a PE option for all of our year 5 and 6 children last term we had a lovely opportunity to enter the County Final on the same afternoon. Given that the children had only been playing for such a short time, it was just amazing to see the progress they have made. It was a lot of fun and all of the girls and boys involved enjoyed
the competition.

Clubs
Apologies that we have not been able to deliver all of our sports clubs the first week back due to alternative commitments. We look forward to a term full of summer sports. There will be no Year 5 netball on Tuesday due to a fixture.

Holy Trinity School Community (HTSC) PTA News

Phil the Bag is Back
Please bring in your your unwanted textiles - adult and children’s clothing, shoes, handbags, belts, hats, curtains, school uniform and bedding please bring them in and leave them at the bottom of the ramp in school from Friday 17th April until the morning of Wednesday 22nd April no later than 9am please.

The following items are not accepted Blankets, Bric-a-Brac, Duvets, Pillows, Sleeping Bags, Rugs, Carpet, Offcuts of fabric, Any WET items, Tent Canvas and no ripped or stained clothing. Please bear in mind that the clothing is for re-use so should be in a wearable condition. Please use bin liners to bring in your textiles. The more we collect, the more we raise. The school receives 40 pence for every kilo we manage to collect that’s £400 per tonne - so every item of clothing counts! Phil that bag!

HTPD Summer Ball – Saturday 6 June 7pm – 1am
A reminder to all parents keen to join us for this years HTPD Summer Glitter Ball on Saturday 6th June, to get your groups together, whether it is 2 or 10 of you, couples, girls or friends - everyone is welcome. As a reminder tickets sold out by 9.15 last year so ensure your team are organised & your cheques ready for w/c 27th April. Details of where and how together with the relevant forms to complete will be on the website shortly. Keep your eyes peeled for more details........
This year the Ball is being held at The Mandolay Hotel in Guildford, recently awarded a Michelin Star. The format for the evening will be, Welcome drinks, 3 Course Meal & Coffee, Auction/Fundraising, Raffle & of course plenty of Dancing!! Tickets are priced at £50/head.

Summer Fair – Friday 12th June
Please note the Summer Fair is much earlier this year and we have a lot to do to get ready. We will be holding our first planning meeting on Wednesday 22nd at 09:45 in the staff room. If you are able to help with the organisation of the fair please come along, if you can’t make the meeting but would like to be involved please email caroline@swifts.me.uk.

HT @ Home - extended
Thank you so much for all your enthusiasm for HT @ Home already! Many of us socialise with people we've met via this school, with the friends we make in the class room and at the school gate. In recognition of this, HTSC are encouraging us to arrange lots of socials (which we do anyway). The difference is that, under the HT @ Home umbrella, we can now turn these into mini HT fundraisers by asking guests to make a donation to school via the new online page.

Some lovely events are bubbling away in support of our efforts to raise £5,000 for an overhaul of student computers at HT. On average, the events are raising £50 a time (kite flying, Easter walk, film nights @ home, and a Guildford Treasure Hunt). To reach our target, it would be wonderful to see more HT@Home events in the coming weeks and months. Please think about how you might be able to raise a little cash for this important venture - could you host a Pimms evening for your HT friends, or a dinner party, or a girl's pamper night? If you have any queries, or simply wish to chat through an idea, please contact nataliesavage@me.com.

Please keep checking our designated online fundraising page to see how our fundraising efforts are going against target. Our children might be interested to see the page too, for every penny raised will go to improving computers at school. mydonate.bt.com/events/htathome/208773

Dates for the Diary
Phil the Bag – Friday 17th April – Wednesday 22nd April by 9am
Summer Fair planning meeting – Wednesday 22nd April 09:45 HT staffroom
Summer Ball – Saturday 6th June
Summer Fair – Friday 12th June 6-8pm



Lost: Tobi Daramola in 4S misplaced her left pink and grey coloured Everlast PE shoe before the half term break. If found, kindly return it to the office. Thank you.

Teddy Bears Picnic on Bank Holiday Monday, May the 4th, from 12-4pm. This local charity event has now been running for 34 years and is a wonderful community event for all the family to enjoy. Abinger Hammer Stream RH5 6QX. Teddy Bear Competition, Duck Races, Face painting, Bouncy castles & rides, Tea & cakes, Pimms and Barbeque. Please visit - www.facebook.com or teddybearspicnicabingerhammer

After school help/babysitter required by HT/Pewley family with 3 children (aged 12, 9 and 4). This would mainly involve being an extra pair of hands to help with picking up from school/clubs, helping with homework, playing with children, helping to tidy up etc, a couple of afternoons a week and occasional babysitting in the evening. If you know anyone who may be interested, or have any questions, please contact Sarah on kingstonbells@gmail.com or 07811 135903.

Menu: Week 3