Author Archive | Miss Heightley


A busy half term for Year 5!

Trip to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door On Friday 6th July, on the hottest day of the year (!), Year 5 visited Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door as part of their Jurassic Coast topic. The children were able to consolidate their learning by seeing the different rock formations in ‘’real-life’. They impressed the Rangers, by read more »

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Wonderful Writing

The Man Who Walked Between the Towers Over the past few weeks, 5P have been working hard on writing the story of ‘The Man Who Walked Between the Towers’. They have been learning the value of editing and improving their own writing. Here are a few brilliant examples of 5P’s writing: Even though he wanted read more »

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Year 5: Walk Like An Egyptian

Egyptian Day On Monday, all of Year 5 came to school dressed up as Egyptians, including the teachers! We had a range of different activities throughout the day in each classroom. In Miss Heightley’s class we made bookmarks, using Hieroglyphics, on Papyrus paper. In Mrs Johnston’s class we played a board game called Senet. Then read more »

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A Wonderful Week

What a fantastic week we have had! We have shared many experiences together over the past few days, which means we’ve got lots to share with you in this week’s blog. The photographs are a must see!! Science at All Saints School On Wednesday morning, 5P and 5T went to All Saints School to experience read more »

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Two Stars

Welcome to 5P, Evie 5P have had a new addition to our class; welcome Evie. Miss Heightley buddied me up with her and I think she has settled in very well already! Written by Amelia. Sponge Bob settling in   SpongeBob also seems to have settle in with his new best buddies (Jaws and Fiona). read more »

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What an Achievement

What an achievement! Over this half term, one of Holy Trinity School’s big focuses has been on raising attendance. It is of upmost importance that children attend school every day, so as to ensure maximum potential in the progression of their learning journey. 5P have a great understanding of this and as a class it read more »

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