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Trinity Family Survey

I hope you and your families are keeping safe and well.  In light of recent government announcements we are beginning to consider what a phased reopening of Trinity would look like, and the measures that need to be in place to make it safe for us all.  Even though the government and the press make mention of 1st June as a key date,  Mr Lucas is very clear that  we are not going to be rushing into anything.  It is unlikely that we will reopen on 1st June.  We want to be able to open our school slowly to mitigate as many issues as possible and  to keep us as safe as possible.  We will only consider gradually opening parts of the school once we have a fully comprehensive risk assessment in place. 

We really do appreciate that this is a challenging time, and extremely worrying for many people.  To this end we have started surveys with our staff, parents and groups of pupils.  We want to make sure we listen to the whole community so that as we continue to plan we are able to take into account everyone’s views.  There are many different aspects to consider, and as this is an unprecedented time we have as many questions as you do.  Together we will get through these and prepare for an opening that we can all feel positive about. 

Please complete the staff survey by following the link:

The survey will close at 12pm on Monday 18th May.


Dear Trinity Families,

Please click on your child's year group page to find weekly newsletter updates outlining which specific online tasks and activities your child should complete.

Also, please do visit our virtual assemblies given by the Executive Headteacher - Click here.

Electronic versions of the paper packs can also be found on each year group page.

All login details for which we have a school subscription have been supplied with your child's paper pack.

If you do lose these or you have not received your pack by Tuesday 24th March, then please call the office and these will be retrieved for you within 24 hours.  Click on your son / daughters year group and you will also find an email account to ask questions with regards to the work.  We are here to help.

I am often asked by parents about the best things they can do for their children at home. My answer is that the most important things you can do for your child is to read with them, give them your time and love them. That advice is as pertinent now as ever.  

I look forward to seeing you and your children soon,

Darren Janes

Head of School

Primary Phase

Trinity Church of England School, Lewisham