Holy Trinity CofE Primary School (Merton)

Holy Trinity C of E Primary School


What Have We Achieved This Week:
This week in maths we have been practising how to tell the time, at O'clock and half-past. We have been thinking about and using sequential language to order and sequence different events.
In literacy we have continued to read our book 'The Storm Whale'. We have been creating our own board games and writing instructions.
We can't believe next week is our final week of Year 1 before the Summer holidays. What a fantastic year it has been :-)
Phonics Please continue practising sounds, key words and blending. There are lots of fantastic apps you can use at home to make this as fun as possible!
Homework: No set homework this week.
Maths homework ):
Mathletics homework tasks this week: 
Please also continue to practise basic maths skills at home:
  • Counting up to and back from 100
  • Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s
  • Writing and reading numbers to 100
  • Writing numbers from 0 - 20 in words
  • Halving and quarters (shapes and quanities)
  • Money
  • Time
High Frequency words  To support both reading and spelling of the first 100 high frequency words, we will be sending home a list, together with ten words at a time. These are to use at home to play games with and practise reading/writing. When your child can use these words written in a simple sentence we will provide them with the next ten. We will test the children and send new words home every 2-3 weeks.
Reading In Year 1, our aim is to ensure that your child sight reads with confidence, enjoyment and understanding. Your child’s reading is assessed regularly to ensure that they are reading at an appropriate level to their ability. We have a Guided Reading session every day in class which will help the children to develop their comprehension skills and expression. Please do listen to your child read every night and encourage them to read other books and reading material other than in the school reading scheme. Mrs Lyons and Mrs Mills will be in charge of monitoring and changing books on a Monday. Please communicate anything of note about your child’s reading in their reading record.
Please note that Friday 13th July is our International Day. Children are invited to dress up in line with a country of their choice (ideally one with which they have some affiliation). 
Parents and carers are invited to join us for an international picnic in the school grounds from 2:45. Children are asked to bring in an item of food linked to their chosen country!
Next week we will be sending home PE kits to be washed over the Summer holidays, as well as children's work from this year.
In this hot weather is it essential that children come to school wearing sun cream. Please ensure that your child also wears a named hat and has a water bottle. 
Please could we have more boxes of tissues! Thank you.
Please ensure that your child has only one keyring on their bookbag. This will enable all trays to fit properly. Thank you.


Please ensure that if you provide your child with a snack for before an after school club, that it is healthy. We are a healthy school and wish to promote this at all times of the day. Snacks should be raw fruit and vegetables.

Drop off and pick up times safety

Please can we remind you to say your goodbyes at the outside door before the children enter their classroom. At pick up time if your child has left something behind, please wait until all the children have left the room before sending your child back in. 


Simba, Narla and Moley

To encourage excellent behaviour, each week, a child who has shown excellent behaviour will have the privilege of taking home our class mascots. If you are given them for the weekend, we would love to know what they get up to with you. You could for example, take a picture/do a drawing/make a comic/write a diary, which we can then display.  Enjoy being creative with them! 


Please ensure that your child comes to school in the correct school uniform at all times and that it is all clearly named.  (There are always mountains of lost property at the end of each term). No jewellery or nail varnish should be worn to school except for possibly a watch and/or stud earrings and it is important that long hair is tied back.


P.E. lessons will be on Wednesdays  and Fridays mornings for both Foxes and Moles. The children are expected to keep their labelled P.E. kit (shorts, t-shirt in team colour and plimsolls) in school at all times. Should they have a club after school, we require them to bring a different change of clothes.