Welcome to HOTS!
What is HOTS?
HOTS is officially known as the Friends of Holy Trinity School.
We are a Friends organisation and registered charity (Charity Number 1112099),
run entirely by volunteers, committed to fundraising to provide resources to support the education of the children at Holy Trinity School. These are prioritised in consultation with its members (through surveys) and with the school leadership team - in particular as part of the school’s annual budget process.
HOTS is also committed to providing fun events for the children and parents/carers aimed at fostering good relations throughout the school and with the local community.
For more information and past accounts please visit our Charities Commission page https://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/CharityWithoutPartB.aspx?RegisteredCharityNumber=1112099&SubsidiaryNumber=0
Who are members of HOTS?
As parents/carers/staff, you automatically become members of HOTS. You have voting rights at the annual AGM. The (small) Committee of a handful of trustees relies on its members help to run events and raise funds.
What are Class Reps? What is their link to HOTS?
Each class from nursery to year 6 has two class reps who provide the link between classes and HOTS, sharing HOTS emails – publicising events and sourcing volunteers. Class Reps organize a stall each year at the school’s Summer Fair.
How can we support HOTS?
In the current environment, with events such as the Summer Fair cancelled, HOTS have a substantial funding gap…... Please help us to raise funds by…
1) Using our shopping portal at www.easyfundraising.org.uk, find ‘Friends of Holy Trinity School, Wimbledon SW19 (HOTS)’ as your cause and shop with your usual online brands like Amazon, John Lewis etc
2) Use Amazon Smile when you shop on Amazon and pick HOTS as your cause.
3) Order name labels and stickers via Easy2Name www.easy2name.com, quote ‘HOTS Holy Trinity Primary SW19’ HOTS will receive 20% of the value of your order at no cost to you.
4) Recycle your old ink jet printer cartridges and mobile phones through Recycle4charity.co.uk – supporter ID: C56685/Friends of Holy Trinity Association (HOTS)
The HOTS committee can be contacted via email email@example.com, via your class reps, or via the school office
At present the HOTS team is severely depleted – we are looking for new members to allow us to continue in the coming year. Please do get in touch if you can help.
Thank you for your support
With best wishes from the HOTS team – Liz, Lisa and Daisy
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