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  • FOTS Summer Ball raises over £9,000 to benefit all Trinity pupils

    Published 14/06/24

    We are over the moon to announce that the FOTS Summer Ball raised more than £9,000! Thank you once again to everyone who came along to support the event, placed bids in the silent auction and got involved with the very energetic live bidding! A great night was had by all, thank you again! The money raised will go directly supporting projects that benefit all of the pupils in this school and this is only possible thanks to the parent volunteers who gave up their time to arrange this amazing event.

    If you are interested in helping to organise a future FOTS event, please visit the FOTS website

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  • Trinity parents cycling to Paris to boost school fundraising

    Published 10/06/24

    A group of parents are cycling ‘non-stop’ (there is a few hours on a ferry involved of course!) to Paris to raise money for Trinity, as well as The Chiltern Centre and Gillotts secondary school. They departed Trinity playground at morning break on Friday 14th June, waved off by the children. 

    In 2017 a similar Ride to Paris raised over £40,000 - see photo. This proved critical to The Chiltern Centre and also funded a brand new 'Discovery Hub' science and technology classroom at Trinity Primary School -

    For 2024, participants have the option to also fundraise for Gillotts school. Most importantly, some of the riders’ employers will match fund what they raise: so if £20 is donated plus Gift Aid the charities will actually receive up to £50 - fantastic! So we’d please encourage you to direct all your support towards their fundraising pages: 

    John Groat & Alan Campbell raising for Trinity and the Chiltern Centre:

    Orlando Taylor raising for Trinity, Gillots and The Chiltern Centre:

    Please note that 100% of all funds raised are going directly to the charities - the riders are personally covering all the ride costs themselves. 

    Many thanks in advance for your support - it is hugely appreciated and will make a fantastic difference to Trinity. We will of course communicate in due course how the funds raised have been raised for Trinity. 

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  • Congratulations to Trinity Chef Jill who is a finalist in BBC's Make a Difference Award

    Published 03/06/24

    Our very own Head Chef Jill is one of the finalists for BBC's Make a Difference Award 2024. The Awards are chance to say thank you and recognise those who love to make life better for others. Jill is a finalist for the Green Award, in recognition of Gardening Club, which she runs weekly, giving up her own free time to do this on a voluntary basis.  Jill is also responsible for the plants and flowers that appear as if by magic inside our school and she often comes to school in her free time in the holidays just to water the plants. Jill has a huge passion for gardening, which she enjoys sharing with the children at Trinity. Good luck Jill, we are all 'rooting' for you!

    For further details please CLICK HERE for the BBC website

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  • Max smashes his fundraising goals for Ben and Duchenne UK

    Published 24/05/24

    Year 4 pupil Max was moved by an assembly given by Year 6 pupil Ben, who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) and decided he wanted to help raise awareness and funds.  On 1st June Max completed the bronze level of the UK Triathlon and raised over £700 for his school mate Ben and Duchenne UK. (It was also part of his Major of Henley Award).

    Max completed the course in 24mins & 38 secs and came in well under his estimated time. He was exhausted but managed a sprint finish.

    Please see the below link for the full story. The page is still open for donations, so any further support from the Trinity community would be hugely appreciated.

    For more information about DMD please CLICK HERE.

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  • HOPS Holiday Club returns to Trinity

    Published 17/05/24

    Henley Outdoor Play Scheme (HOPS) returns to Trinity from Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August. HOPS is a fun, exciting week of activities for children from Years 1 - 7 inclusive.

    Established over 40 years ago, HOPS provides hours of activities to keep your children busy and happy from 9:00am - 3:00pm. HOPS is open to ALL children living in and around Henley and tends to be very popular.

    Bookings will open at midnight on 1st June.

    For more details please click here 

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  • Cyberbullying and Digital Safety Workshop - 25th June

    Published 26/04/24
    Education Henley will be holding a Cyberbullying and Digital Safety Evening for the parents of children in the Henley Schools and Colleges at the town hall from 7 - 8:30pm on 25th June 2024.  Kidscape, one of the leading digital safety
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  • Teamwork makes the dream work

    Published 15/03/24

    Well done to all the Trinity pupils who took part in the various competitions run by Henley Youth Festival.  Our after school club, Start Art, entered the 'Collaboration' category and WON! There were several other Trinity pupils who picked up awards in the 'Art' category competitions.  We also had two winning entries in the 'Film' competition, so hopefully we have some budding film makers at Trinity too.  It's great to win a trophy / prize, but it's just as important to take part, so well done to everyone who participated.

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  • Year 6 girls win Cross Country Trophy

    Published 26/02/24

    Congratulations to our Year 6 girls who have consistently represented Trinity at Cross Country events over the 23/24 season. They scored the most points overall and were awarded a trophy in recognition of their effort and commitment. We are hugely proud of all of the pupils who have taken part in the Cross Country events and their fantastic race times. 

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  • LKS2 Museum brings Ancient Greece to life

    Published 26/02/24

    Lower Key Stage 2 enjoyed learning about Ancient Greece and put on a museum for the wider school and parents. We learnt about various topics, such as clothing, food, war, art and myths, and went on to research these for optional homework, creating some truly fantastic pieces of art and writing. The children truly enjoyed explaining to and interacting with other year groups, as well as to the adults, and in particular performing their Greek dances. We hope you enjoyed it too!

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  • Local newspapers recognise Ofsted achievement

    Published 23/02/24

    Thanks to both the Henley Herald and the Henley Standard for covering our recent Ofsted Inspection. If you would like to read the articles, then please click on the following links:

    Henley Herald

    Henley Standard

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  • Gold Medallist Visit

    Published 23/02/24

    On Thursday 8th February, the children and staff really enjoyed a special sports circuit event and visit from athlete and gold medallist, Ryan Scott. The children have been raising sponsorship in order to get a playground gym and they managed to raise an astonishing £2740.50!! 

    Further details as to when and where the playground gym will be installed, will follow shortly. Thank you to everyone who helped raised sponsorship.

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