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  • Trinity triumphs at Tennis competition

    Published 29/11/23

    Year 3, 4 and 5 pupils took part in Tennis Oxfordshire's second competition at Henley Tennis Club.  Along with two other local primary schools, Trinity were lucky enough to be invited to compete in the final and emerged victorious in both the Year 3 and Year 5 finals.  All pupils at Trinity also benefited from tennis coaching during PE lessons, thanks to local coach Tom.

    Please take a look at the Henley Standard news article: Trinity emerge victorious

    Photo credit: Henley Standard

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  • Trinity celebrates Languages Day

    Published 27/11/23

    On Thursday 16th November, Trinity held a wonderful Day of Languages.  We dressed up in clothes representing different countries and learnt lots of new words and phrases in languages from all around the world.  We also found out about some of the different countries and cultures represented in our school community and it was fantastic to welcome so many family members into school on this day and learn so much from them!  Bravo Trinity!

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  • Reception teacher, Beth Evans, nominated for Community Champion Award

    Published 06/11/23

    Congratulations to Beth Evans for being nominated for the 'Best Teacher / TA' in the Henley Herald's Community Champion Award.

    To quote Ruby, aged 4 "Miss Evans gives me hugs when I hurt myself and she makes me feel like I want to invite her to my birthday party''.

    Please CLICK HERE to vote for Beth Evans.  She is such a wonderful teacher and colleague, so we would love her to get recognition from the wider community for the amazing impact she makes on the children here at Trinity.

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  • Missed our Open Morning, but still keen to come and look round?

    Published 01/11/23
    We were delighted to welcome parents and carers into the school on 7th November for our Open Morning.  For any parents / carers who missed the tour but would still be interested in coming to have a look, please don't hesitate to contact the
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    Published 20/09/23

    Trinity pupil Ben Clarke has been nominated for BBC Oxford's Make A Difference Bravery Award.  10-year-old Ben lives with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), which is life limiting.  DMD is one of the most common fatal genetic disorders to affect children. 

    On Thursday 7th September the school celebrated World Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day (WDMD) with a non-uniform day and a special assembly, with Ben as our star. The theme for WDMD 2023 is 'Breaking Barriers', something that Ben has done consistently throughout his time at Trinity.

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    Published 30/08/23

    Well done to our fantastic year 6 children who performed ‘The Amazing Adventures of Superstan’ in Holy Trinity Church this week.

    It was a truly enjoyable event and the year 6 children have made us very proud.

    We hope you enjoyed the experience as much as the staff and children at Trinity.

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    Published 30/08/23

    The Children were treated to an exciting career fair this week with visitors giving children an insight into a wide variety of careers.

    Thank you to our governors and parents who gave up their time to make this such a success.

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    Published 17/08/23

    Here are just a few pictures from the FOTS Sponsored Walk held in Remenham on 10 June. Well done to all those who took part in this event. A successful day was had by all.

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    Published 17/08/23

    Year 4, 5 and 6 children took part in their Bronze, Silver and Gold Expeditions this term. The Mayor of Henley came to present their certificates in school this week.

    Throughout the year children have worked hard completing their skills, physical and faith sections. Children have been learning instruments, learning to cook, feeding the needy and raising money for charity (to name just a few!).

    The Bronze expedition was slightly longer than planned at about 6 miles but the children managed so well on a very hot day.

    The Silver Expedition took us 8 miles over hills, through golf courses and fields. The children were fantastic and very resilient!

    The Gold Expedition also took us through fields, up hills and over golf courses and ended in a camp out on the Trinity Paddock! We managed to successfully pitch our tents and enjoyed snacks, a good game of cricket and cards (we even managed to get some sleep!).

    Thank you to all staff, parents and children for their support, enthusiasm and hard work this year!

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    Published 17/08/23

    Year 5 welcomed Nick Strange (parent and governor) into school to give a fascinating talk to the children about how he got started in the sport and his long and illustrious career including his Olympic and

    World Championships rowing experiences as a competitor and as a coach and mentor. He brought in his Olympic tracksuit, World Championship and Henley Regatta medals to show the children and answered all of their enthusiastic questions. Interestingly, he was once told

    that he was too short to be a successful rower!

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    Published 17/08/23


    Well done Trinity who were the overall winners in both categories of AFC Henley Football tournament and have been given the largest shield ever which is amazing!


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