Archive | December, 2016


Get creative!

Are you arty, crafty and creative? We need you! As part of the launch of our new mission statement: Through our journey of life, we strive to follow the values of Faith, Respect, Harmony and Life-Long Learning; made possible through God’s love. “God is Love” (1 John 4:16) We would like to display some pupils’ read more »

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3T work on metaphors

We have been learning about metaphors. We were given pieces of paper with words on them, for example: We had to match the words to make metaphors. A metaphor is when something becomes something else, eg ‘Her hair is a golden river’. We wrote the metaphors in our books and drew pictures to accompany the metaphors. read more »

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1P Christmas celebrations

Leading up to Christmas, we have been making Christmas cards, Christmas decorations and last week we watched the Reception classes perform their Nativity play.  We have learnt about the Christmas story of Mary and Joseph walking from their home in Nazareth to Bethlehem on a donkey.  They had a baby who they called Jesus. Whilst we were watching the read more »

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Year 5 visit Scaplen’s Court

Dressed in Victorian costume, Year 5 visited a museum in Poole called Scaplen’s Court.  On arrival we were shown into a room where we met all of the staff who showed us around the museum – they were in Victorian costumes too.  We played Call my Bluff  and we were shown various items from the Victorian age with the 21st Century equivalent such read more »

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New! After School Child Care Club

Dear Parents/Carers, We are delighted to announce that Holy Trinity Primary School will now be offering an After School Child Care Club as of 3rd January 2017, term time only. The club will care for the children of Holy Trinity Primary School after school from 3pm until 5:30pm (a 5:45pm collection is available at request.) The read more »

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Class 1P Christmas decorations

We have made Christmas decorations for our corridor. We put glue on coloured paper in a star shape, then sprinkled rice and glitter over the top. When the glue had dried we hung our snowflakes in the corridor outside our classroom. We also made snowflakes using pipe cleaners.  We had three pipe cleaners each and read more »

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