• Place available in Year 3 for Sept - email bevr@htpd.surrey.sch.uk

Infant 20 July 2012

20 July 2012

Dear parents

So we have arrived at another end of the school year. We have had “graduation” ceremonies for Year 2 and Year 6 and everyone seems well prepared for the next exciting steps. As the children left the disco last night at about 8.10 pm there was a bright rainbow right over Holy Trinity and Pewley Down school. Joseph Harwood was heard to remark that it was “very serendipitous” (we teach good vocabulary at HTPD) and so it was a mark of God’s faithfulness to us in all circumstances. 
At both schools we have been following the life story of Joseph and this week have got to the end of the story and the stunning dramatic moment of Joseph revealing himself to his brothers. Joseph’s story also teaches us that through good times and hard times God has a plan and purpose for our lives.  We pray for all our school community that, as Robert reminded us in the service yesterday, we will put our hand into his hand and feel sure of his presence.
We are already looking forward to the next exciting year of the school with the leadership team having its first planning meeting this Thursday!  In the meantime, have a great holiday, enjoy the Olympics, make lots of memories, keep safe and we look forward to seeing you all again on September 5th.

With best wishes

Thank you
All of the staff would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ for all the lovely end-of-year presents. Your kind words and good wishes really mean a lot to us, especially at the end of such a busy term.

Dates for September:
Tuesday 4 September - INSET Day
Wednesday 5 September - First day of term (Years 1 and 2)
Thursday 6 September - First day of term (Year R)
Tuesday 11 September -‘Meet the Team’ evening, 7.00pm.

Golden Boot
Well done to Hazel Class who won the Golden Boot competition for the greatest improvement in ‘green’ ways to come to school over the last month.

School lunches
The price of a school lunch is increasing to £2.20 per day (£2.10 currently) with effect from 4 September.

Martha Fitzwater’s (Beech) Olympic bear is missing – possibly taken home by accident? Small brown bear – pink swimming suit with sparkly heart. Call 07792 452218.

Anastasia Negus (Oak) has lost her named Mandela PE sweatshirt.