Skip to content ↓
Holy Trinity RC Primary School

Holy Trinity
Roman Catholic Primary School

  • slideshow image
  • slideshow image
  • slideshow image
  • slideshow image

New Intake 2020-2021

 On behalf of the staff at Holy Trinity RC Primary School, I am happy to welcome you to our school! 

This is a strange time for all and usually your child would attend four induction mornings at school to meet the staff and the other children who will be in the class as well as getting used to the environment. You would then be invited to attend an induction meeting. However, as this is not possible, this page has been created with some useful information on. There is also a powerpoint at the bottom of the page that is used for induction meeting. There is also an 'All about Me' sheet that you could do with your child if you have a printer and bring this into school on the first day in September. 

Please have a look at our blog to get a feel for what we do in Class 1 and to see parts of our classroom. 

We are looking forward to a productive partnership with you to ensure your child can achieve their highest potential. We recognise that in order to be successful in school, the children need support from both the home and school. We know a strong partnership with you will make a great difference in your child’s education.  This is why regular communication is important- this can be in the form of writing in your child's reading record, letters, speaking to me before/after school, helping your child to complete their homework and practising their letter sounds and numbers with them.

                                                                                                                                                              Trinity Lutheran Church

Some useful information about our class:

* PE will be on Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings, so please ensure that your child has their full PE kit in school. Names should be in every item of clothing that belongs to your child. If your child has their ears pierced, then the earrings need to be removed on these days or a plaster put over them.

* Reading books are changed every Monday and Friday. Please find the time to read with your child as often as possible, reading for 5-10 minutes daily would be ideal.  Please ensure that you write a brief comment and sign the reading record. The reading book and reading record should then be brought back to school on a Monday morning and on a Friday morning in order for us to listen to your child read and change the book.

* Please ensure your child brings their book bag to school everyday as we may give letters or work out.

* Phonics homework will go home on a Monday to be completed for the Friday. Children need to draw objects that contain the sounds featured, e.g. s- snake.

* In your child's book bag, you will find the number cards to 20, Oxford Reading Tree Character pictures and cards and a phonics pack. Please look through these and practise recognising, writing and ordering the numbers to 20; practise recognising the Oxford Reading Tree Characters- names and pictures and practise the sounds that we have learnt in the week at school (you will know which sounds by looking at your child's phonics homework).

There is a bbc website to help with starting school: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/collections/starting-primary-school/1

You can also see myself (Miss Smith) reading some stories on Youtube so that your child will recognise me in September: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVuvc391lQUWS7I5kbvcJYw

If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to ask.

Many Thanks,

Miss Smith and Mrs Kaye.

 

Top tips for getting ready for school (for children):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CM15-9VLcr8&feature=youtu.be