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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

Cooking up creativity!

It is wonderful to see the variety of learning taking place at home!

Here are some of the learning and activities from Kestrels class over the past two weeks.

Aahana shared her creativity in the kitchen. She has both cooked and baked as part of her weekly routine. Along with other learning, she shared her Spanish work and creative writing.

   

Noah has been writing creatively, working on his spellings, and completing many Maths calculations.

Adam shared many items of learning including dividing by 10 to create decimal answers.  We can see him busily learning, too.

  

VE Day celebrations were on Avni’s mind.  She wrote a diary entry from 1945 and included an invitation to a party celebration. As well as other learning, Avni shared wonderful artwork.  Can you see the colour grading in the background?

   

Well done Kestrels! We can’t wait to see further work, creativity and learning experiences from you.

   

  • Prafulla Shimpi 4 months ago
    It is so nice to see our kids becoming creating during lockdown and engaging themselves in various real life activities. Very well done Aahana, Adam, Noah and Avni !! We all are proud of you !!

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