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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

Year 5

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  • 29/06/20

    Year 5 and the 'New Normal'

    I had the privilege of speaking to almost all of Year 5 a couple of weeks ago. I heard about what you had been learning, and most of all enjoyed getting a glimpse of your families and who you have been during Lockdown. Today, some of Year 5 are back at school. I thought I would capture...
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  • 08/06/20

    Term 6 in Year 5

    Year 5 writers have been creating great stories. I love how Ariana began with a preposition. Can you do the same? (Remember prepositions are position or time words - under, through, after)     A big shout out to Rueben and Eshan for their amazing maths work - keep it up! Marth...
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  • 18/05/20

    Did you hear the joke about the sky?

    Well done for all the learning you are doing at home. Thank you for sending the pictures and emails - I love seeing what you are up to.  We love a joke in Barn Owls. Here is a selection sent to me from Colette: (scroll down for punch lines) 1. Did you hear the joke about the sky? 2. Ho...
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  • 16/05/20

    Puffins Keeping Busy...

    Let's look at some of the home learning that Puffins have been doing over the past fortnight. Eshan has sent in work nearly every day! Here are some sentence he has written, he is trying hard with his handwriting. Darius has been working on his calculations using decimals and some R.E...
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  • 01/05/20

    Keeping busy...

    We know that you will all have been very busy learning new things whilst you are at home. We would like to share some of the things that have been e-mailed to us in Year 5.
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  • 13/03/20

    How well do you know Europe?

      As part of our topic 'Earth as an Island', we are learning about countries of the world. In particular, Year 5 are focussing on Europe, and looking at the countries and their capital cities. We used atlases to search, and had to make sure we were identifying capitals - not just lar...
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  • 13/03/20

    Dipping into dips!

    This week Puffins made a variety of dips and then tried them out. First we prepared our ingredients - fine chopping or mashing was needed.  Finely chopping roasted red peppers. Chopping avocado and then mashing it with the flat of the knife. Finely chopping mint.
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  • 13/03/20

    Year 5 celebrate World Book Day

    At Holy Trinity today, Year 5 dressed up as book characters for the occasion of World Book Day. A large variety of Hogwarts students attended our class today - and an evil witch Ms LeStrange.  "I would like to wear this uniform every day," said Holly (aka Hermione Granger) and...
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  • 05/03/20

    A New Generation of Jewellery Designers!

    Apologies for this delayed post! We did some amazing design work last term, and wanted to showcase our work - even though it was a few weeks ago. Bangles, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, pendants: what is YOUR favourite bit of 'bling' to wear?       Last term, year 5...
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  • 03/02/20

    All in a Muddle!

    Year 5 have been looking at lots of hands on science this term. Chocolate has been melted and an egg was cooked, all in the interest of exploring reversible and irreversible changes.  On our class windowsills, we are 'growing' salt crystals, all thanks to the power of ev...
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  • 24/01/20

    Read all about it!

    This week we have started studying newspaper articles and we started with one about the athlete Usain Bolt.
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  • 17/01/20

    Foamy Fun and Finding a Solution.

    We have been exploring different substances as part of our materials science topic. This week we started by exploring shaving foam. We discovered that the foam was made of tiny bubbles. Each bubble is made from a liquid surrounding a gas and over time the bubbles burst and the foam collaps...
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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.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Teachers inspire pupils to learn.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Teachers model skills effectively across the curriculum and instil a desire to succeed.

    Ofsted 2018

  • There us a culture of aspiration and improvement across the school.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Relationships are strong and pupils’ good behaviour is reflected in a happy and caring atmosphere, with attendance that is well above the national average.

    SIAMs 2016

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

    Ofsted 2018