Holy Trinity enjoyed a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and reading on Thursday 2nd March. It is the 20th year of World Book Day and it is marked in over 100 countries all over the world. We had a fabulous day exploring the pleasure of books and dressing up.
We were very lucky to have a visit from the author ‘Gracie Wright’ in Key Stage 1 last week. She came and shared her 3 books and talked about being an author.
What a lovely treat to end the term! We had a wonderful day starting with an assembly. Children sang songs together in French and we had a brief introduction to countries in the world that speak French. We shared a French breakfast together in our classes and listened to some stories in French.
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Year 2 performed wonderfully in their Class Assembly all about dinosaurs. We learnt a great deal, including an alphabet of dinosaur names and we heard some fantastic poems written by the children.
Bible Club performed fantastically in assembly on Monday. They sang some lovely songs and recited some verses from the Bible.
Butterfly Class performed beautifully in their Class Assembly this morning. We saw some examples of counting, some lovely pictures and writing and they spoke very clearly. Well done Reception for telling us the story of Owl Babies and acting it out.
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 7th February 2017. As well as learning about keeping safe on the internet in our classes, we will also be holding a workshop for parents to come and find out about how to keep children safe on the internet.
Year 1 gave a fantastic performance during their class assembly on Friday 27th January 2017. The children performed the story “The Smartest Giant in Town”, which is a book they are reading as part of their English project. The children were amazing and did a grand job. The audience were delighted with the performance and we all look forward to seeing our year one
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We are pleased to publish the recent inspection report for church schools which has rated Holy Trinity Primary School as OUTSTANDING. Some of the highlights: “The warm, inclusive Christian family feel is apparent in all areas of Holy Trinity.” “Christian values are proclaimed ‘loud and proud’” “Collective worship which spills out into the local area has a positive impact on the school family and the
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On Thursday 27th March 2014, Holy Trinity celebrated its 140th birthday. Children and staff dressed in period costumes and had a Victorian school morning. The day began with collective worship in Holy Trinity Church to celebrate the last 140 years and culminated with a Victorian Drill and a birthday lunch. See below for some pictures of the day. [Show slideshow]