The partnership between Holy Trinity and parents is vital.
We have an 'open door' policy, where the views of parents are always valued. If you have any queries, please speak to a member of the office staff (Mrs Caldecott or Mrs Ingleton).
Parent Forums are an important part of communicating with parents. We hold these regularly throughout the academic year.
If there are any specific topics that you would like to discuss, please send these to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Holy Trinity Facebook
We also have a brand new Holy Trinity Facebook Page
Helping adults to read
If you know someone who needs support with reading PLEASE let them know and help them sign up for this free, friendly and confidential course. For further details please download a leaflet: LEARN TO READ IN CALNE poster
Nasal flu vaccination
Your child’s nasal flu vaccination is now due and the date for this scheduled with school for the 19th November. In order to provide electronic consent for your child’s Flu vaccination, please access the consent portal via the following link completing 1 consent for each child in reception to year 5:
Flu vaccine online link
We would like to request that consent is provided as soon as possible as the link closes 5 working days prior to the session in school. This link is secure and unique to your child’s school. Full details and information to assist you in completing the consent is detailed on the portal including full FAQ’s, patient information and contact details should you wish to speak to a nurse regarding the nasal vaccination.
You can download a paper copy. Flu consent form 2018.2019 Alternatively you can pick up a paper copy from our office.
Contacting by email
If you would like to receive emails or notification of forthcoming events, please let the office staff have your email details.
To find out more about Wiltshire Family Learning, please ask the office who can give you a leaflet. Family Learning Newsletter April 2018
Domestic violence and abuse is a devastating crime that shatters the lives of victims and families.
The Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) – often referred to as “Clare’s Law” after the tragic case of Clare Wood, who was murdered by her former partner in Greater Manchester in 2009 – was rolled out across all 43 police forces in England and Wales.
The Scheme allows the police to disclose information regarding an individual’s previous violent and abusive offending to their partner, where this may help protect them from further violence and abuse. Please click on the following link for more information, DVDS poster_A5
Age rating guides for parents
Please click to download more information on age rating guides for films, games, etc - Age_Ratings_March_19
Important Information from Wiltshire Police
This week (5th-9th October) Wiltshire Police are engaged in Operation AIDANT, which highlights potential child trafficking across the country.
Schools can share the attached documents to help families know what to look out for and raise awareness of the risks to children.
There is also advice for parents on how to help keep their children safe and who to talk to if they have concerns.
For more information about County Lines, please click to download Information about County Lines for parents and carers
Wiltshire Short Breaks Bulletin
The Wiltshire Short Breaks Bulletin is available to download - http://wiltshireparentcarercouncil.co.uk/en/Short_breaks_-_Short_Breaks_Bulletin.
A hard copy can be obtained by telephoning Wiltshire Parent Carer Council on 01225 764647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Calne Summer Play Scheme
Registration Day for Calne Summer Play Scheme on 12/5/18 10-12pm at Sainsbury. Registration forms available on the day and on-line bookings will be going live wc14/5/18. For children aged 6-12 that live in SN11.
The play scheme will be running from Holy Trinity 30/7/18 - 9/8/18 and from John Bentley 13/8/18 - 24/8/18. For more information please visit their website www.summerplayscheme.co.uk