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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

Back to school dressed as... MINIBEASTS?

What a strange way to come into school dressed up as minibeasts!

The reason for this was so we could experience and start our learning of our new topic in a fun way!

We have learnt new vocabulary linked to our topic and we are trying our best to remember all these new words and phrases (with the help of pictures to support).

'My butterfly has spots on the wings.' - Afia
'It's a spider with 8 legs and it has red eyes.' - Kaidan

We enjoyed completing a minibeast key word activity and learnt some new names for different bugs.

We then had fun creating minibeast footprints by carefully holding an insect making sure we did not hurt it (obviously these were not real) and pressing it into paint to create the footprint.

We then used our knowledge of minibeast footprints which are small in size, to go onto the field and look for some insects of our own.

We looked for bugs in the outdoor area and we drew some using sticks!

Slowly some of us (even the teachers) are becoming more confident when seeing creepy crawlies around!

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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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  • Provision for pupils who speak English as an additional language is strong.

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