Welcome to Friends of Trinity School

To excel, to value, to enjoy, together.

Who We Are and What We Do

Friends of Trinity School (FOTS) is a committee of parent volunteers whose main aim is to raise money for our school.  Each year we host a variety of events, raising invaluable funds that have allowed the continual improvement of the school environment and pupil resources.

The events we organise for the school also provide a fantastic opportunity for the children, fellow parents and carers to socialise and have some fun.


Upcoming Events

Sat, Oct 31
Location is TBD
FOTS Penny & Sinclair Signboard Scheme
Support Local and raise money for our school. Simply sign up to have a Penny & Sinclair Sign board outside your house for 2 weeks in November and the school will receive a generous donation. This is the EASIEST fund raiser for the school so please do sign up today! DEADLINE FOR SIGN UP END OCT.
Tue, Nov 03
FOTS Zoom Meeting
FOTS Meeting via ZOOM
Agenda: Christmas / AGM Please join us for our FOTS meeting via zoom. Just register and we will send you the zoom link.

How We Have Helped

To find out about what we have achieved and read our latest meeting notes, visit our blog

The Christmas Bazaar 2019

We raised a jolly £1400

Sport Day After party

We raised £1500 and had lots of fun!


Henley to Paris bike ride

Raised over £30K and paid for our new science lab

2019 Winter Wonderland  Ball at the Rugby Club

16K Raised 

Forest school

Made possible thanks to FOTS fundraising 

Astro Turf

Made possible thanks FOTS fundraising 

Requesting Your Support

We'd love you to get involved!

Everyone is welcome to come along to a FOTS meeting, we meet about every two months. 

We are a friendly bunch and are happy to meet new people.

We understand that juggling time can be tricky, so whether you can volunteer for a couple of hours or perhaps you can spare more time, any help you are able to give would be very welcome.

Maybe you have a fundraising idea, would like just to know a little more about what we do, or perhaps you would like a say in how the money raised is spent?

Please do click below to email us if you are interested help out.


Nicola Nott


I have 2 boys, one at Trinity and 1 at the pre school.   I am a website and graphic designer and  I co-run The Creative Duck, a local creative community group.  

My aim for FOTS is to create a welcoming active group in which we can have fun, raise money and create a positive community vibe.

Graeme Gilbert


I'm married to Sarah with 3 young children.   I enjoy getting the kids outdoors whether cycling, running at the Henley park run or coaching rugby at Henley Hawks.  

Julian McLean


I have 2 kids at Trinity with several years ahead at the school, so want to help FOTS fundraising efforts and ensure a great learning environment.

Lizzy Hughes


I have 2 girls at Trinity.  My background is in Marketing, PR.

I am also the founder of Mama Do and The Big Little, both local groups aimed at empowering women

Our Committee

We consider every parent at the school to be part of FOTS, but here are a few who regulars that like to get involved.

Angela Lee


I have 2 boys, one at Trinity and a toddler.  I'm a trained pastry chef and an Aussie at heart.  I am very passionate about sustainability and ready to help Trinity to reach our sustainability goals.

Tola Smith


I have two young children; a daughter at Trinity and a son at nursery.  I have a background in veterinary medicine and wildlife conservation, and am currently training to be a herbalist.  I'm excited about helping Trinity set ambitious sustainability goals that involve the whole school and the local community.

Jemma Meehan


I have a son in yr 1 and another joining reception in September. When we looked at the school one of my most important questions was about parent engagement and fundraising.  They said it was great but I have really been blown away by quite how much effort the fabulous FOTS volunteers put in and the staggering amount of money raised.  It really sets our school apart and seemed only right to do what I can to help.

I have lots of experience in organisation and events, so co-chairing the secretarial side is an easy one to fit in around family and work commitments.

Jules Campbell


My family and I moved from London in 2015.  I have a daughter in year One and work locally as a legal assistant at an employment law firm.

Iona Hoyle

Cake Sale

I am Mum to Jago in year one.  I am a part time graphic designer.  I am happy to be part of the FOTS weekly cake sale, which raises over £1000 a year for the school.