The NSPCC were over the moon with the amount of funds raised in our recent sponsored ‘golden mile’. The children have all worked extremely hard to raise over £900 and were thanked in assembly this morning.

Thank You from the NSPCC

We’re raising money for Comic Relief! Here’s how you can help: Chuckle whilst designing a funny red nose INSIDE the red circle. Grin when you bring this form, and a donation, into school by 9am on Friday 24th March. Giggle as we scan & crop all your funny red noses […]

(How To) Stick A Red Nose On Your Teacher!

Following today’s vote, which replicated General Election & Council votes as closely as possible, the results were announced by Halstead Mayor Shirley Driver, and Councillor Jennie Sutton. Every child voted and as a result of their choices the £240 raised via the “Football & Pyjamas” Non-Uniform Day will be divided […]

S.M.S.C. Week – Vote Results!

We are delighted to announce that this year we raised £250 for Children in Need. This came from the donations children made when decorating their spots and half of the proceeds from the PTFA’s first Family Bingo evening. Thank you all for your support.

Children In Need Total

For Children in Need this year the new School Council have decided to let everyone ‘Show their Spots’! From tomorrow morning (Friday 11th) special Children in Need sheets will be available within class in exchange for a donation to the appeal. Decorate your spot in an amazing way! You can use […]

Children In Need 2016

We will again be collecting food for the Halstead Foodbank as part of our Harvest Festival. We have already started receiving some donations in school; thank you. Alternatively, Revd Katie has suggested that donations could be brought direct to St Andrew’s Church at the start of our Harvest Festival. The […]

Harvest Festival 2016

We hope the children have all enjoyed the Christmas events that have taken place this week. To round it all off tomorrow we will be marking Christmas Jumper Day, the charity day being held in aid of Save The Children. Just come into school on 18th December wearing your own Christmas Jumper […]

Christmas Jumper Day

This year we have decided that we will be supporting a local charity – The North Essex Christmas Gift Appeal kindly organised by Mrs Gemma Frost. We will be collecting presents here at Holy Trinity from November 23rd to December 11th. These presents will then be given to vulnerable and […]

Christmas Gift Appeal

On Wednesday the whole school paused for thought. We took time to honour and remember the enduring sacrifices made by our servicemen and women all over the world so we can enjoy freedom and liberty – values that we hold dear. At 11.00am our children sat in silence and reflection […]

Remembrance Day 2015

Confirmation that this Friday, 13th November, will be a non-uniform day in aid of Children in Need. Children can come to school in any November-appropriate clothes and, if they wish, make a donation to Children in Need.

Children In Need Non-Uniform Day

On Monday 23rd November the pupils of Holy Trinity will be taking part in an all-day sponsored Dancethon to raise money for our Solar Schools Project. The Danceathon will be a relay involving every pupil, each of which will be dancing for at least one hour during the day. The Danceathon […]

Solar Schools Danceathon!

Dear Parents, Carers, Friends, You are no doubt now aware that we are a Solar School (apologies if your children are talking of little else…) but until now nothing official has been sent home explaining what we are trying to do. As a school we are trying to raise £10,010 […]

Solar Schools Launch