Click on the link below for the latest letter from Mrs Russell (20.5.2020)
Click on the document below for an update from Mrs Russell (15/5/2020)
Click on the documents below to access some Covid 19 Support Tools
Bingley Community Kitchen
Every Monday and Thursday, Kathy Hughes and her husband have kindly offered to cook a free takeaway meal from the community kitchen. This is understandably dependent on resources available to them so please only access this resource if you genuinely need to. Please email Kathy to book your meals. Meals must be collected from the Old kitchen gate on Church Street - there will be a sign outside. Please do not go into the school. It is important that you observe social distancing if there is queue. Try to have only 1 family member to collect meals. If you are having to self-isolate we may be able to deliver. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. Times will be agreed when you make contact with Kathy.
Thanks Mrs Russell
Letter regarding E-Safety
As pupils are now at home, there is the likelihood that many of them are spending more time than usual online. Parents need to make sure that their children's online activities are appropriately monitored. This includes both the websites that they are accessing and what they are saying to each other when they are communicating on messaging apps or on gaming devices. These issues are particularly related to pupils in year 5 and year 6.
Where parents have concerns about inappropriate messages being sent to their child by other children in the school, please take a screen shot of these messages and send them to your class teacher on email@example.com.
These messages will be passed on to me and I will contact the parents of the children concerned to inform them of these issues so that they can act accordingly.
Kind regards Mrs Russell
Grandparents Lunch 2020
Thank you to all the lovely grandparents that joined us for lunch. We had a great time. Hope you did too.
SKIPTON MUSIC FESTIVAL
Our wonderful hand bell ringers represented Trinity All Saints Primary School at the Skipton Music Festival on Tuesday 10th March 2020. Our team came a close second.
They worked hard as a team, showed excellent effort and performed amazingly. Well done to them and all the staff who supported them.
Frogs appeared at Trinity All Saints Primary School on Thursday 5th March 2020....
The children had great fun pretending to be detectives exploring the school for clues as to how the frogs arrived and
searching to discover the havoc that they had caused. The whole school writing will be displayed in the main reception for you to see shortly.
See the pictures below for a snap shot of our day! We even got frog cakes for lunch!
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW, TO SEE A VIDEO OF THE STORY, THAT WE USED TO CELEBRATE WORLD BOOK DAY 2020
'Tuesday' by David Weisner
Holy Trinity with St Wilfrid's Monthly Calendar