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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Outside fun!

This week we have been using falling leaves to help us in our learning, as well as cooking pizza, making patterns and designing habitats.

We have been exploring the leaves using water and found that they sunk to the bottom. They were fun to swirl around!
Can you think of any items that might float on water?


We designed and made habitats for our dinosaurs. We had to use our fine motor skills to make sure it looked life-like.  
We had to knead the dough before we could add our toppings and cooking our pizza's.
How many different pizza toppings can you think of?
We are getting very good at our cutting skills now.
We were surprised to see the amount of seeds that are inside a pepper!
We made repeating patterns using leaves stones and sticks.
Can you you find items to make a repeating pattern with at home?
  • Mrs Rushen 3 weeks ago
    Wow! What a fun filled week we have had. We had so much fun throwing the leaves in the air and watch them flutter down landing on our hair and in our hoods. Our junk modelling dinosaur habitats were so much fun to make. Watching you use your imaginations to make volcanoes, trees, rivers and nests from twigs and leaves made my day. The end results were amazing. As for your dough making and cutting skills this week producing yummy pizzas, what can I say.....every week you get more confident with your weighing, mixing and kneading.... MasterChef here you come xx Recharge your batteries for next week little ones, love Mrs Rushen xx

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  • The school’s Christian values of love, honesty and respect are well expressed through its caring atmosphere. This impacts positively on the strong sense of belonging and supporting relationships evident across the school.

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